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32 Days Uganda Safari

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32 Days Uganda Complete

Introduction

The kingdom of Uganda is a fairy-tale. You climb up… and at the end there is a wonderful new world. The scenery is different, the vegetation is different, the climate is different, and, most of all, the people are different from anything elsewhere to be seen in the whole range of Africa ... I say: ‘Concentrate on Uganda’. For magnificence, for variety of form and colour, for profusion of brilliant life - bird, insect, reptile, beast - for vast scale -- Uganda is truly the pearl of Africa. (Winston Churchill). This 32 days journey will take you to the best attraction that Uganda has to offer from east, to north, to south and west.

All lodges are selected for their location and service standards.

Detailed Itinerary

Day 1: Welcome to Uganda

Our company representative will pick you up on arrival at Entebbe International Airport and drive you to your hotel. Just 10 minutes drive from Entebbe international airport. Depending on your arrival time, you can visit interesting places within Entebbe including: Uganda Wildlife Conservation Education Centre; Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Sanctuary, botanical gardens and others. Journey time: 10 minutes. Breakfast, lunch, dinner & overnight stay at Horizon Hotel. All activities today are at additional cost.

Day 2: Transfer to Jinja

After breakfast, you will meet your guide and drive to Jinja, commonly referred as the adventure capital of East Africa. You will have a stopover at the spectacular Sezibwa Falls. Next, after roughly twenty minutes drive you will arrive at Mabira Forest for yet another exciting adventure. Mabira Forest is the largest natural forest in Central Uganda that extends several miles along the Kampala – Jinja highway. Sign up at the Mabira Forest Eco Site and explore this incredibly rich jungle. Look out for several monkeys, birds, butterflies, small mammals such as squirrels, and get to learn about the different species of trees. Next, drive to your hotel, check-in and have lunch, after continue to the Source of the Nile. You will take a boat ride to the exact spot where the Nile waters start to flow, beginning its 6,650 km long journey to the Mediterranean. After some photo moments, enjoy the ride further into Lake Victoria, enjoying the beautiful countryside. For the keen birder, there are plenty of water birds including Cormorants, Egrets, Fish Eagles, Pelicans, etc. There are other activities on offer in Jinja including: water rafting. Horse riding, bungee jumping, quad biking, kayaking etc. Please note that these extra activities are at additional cost. You will return to your hotel for dinner and overnight stay. Drive time: 3 hours; Meal Plan: Lunch, Dinner and overnight stay at 2Friends Jinja Hotel.

Day 3: Transfer to Sipi Falls – Water Fall Hike & Coffee Farming tour

Today after an early breakfast, you drive to Sipi falls in the foothills of Mount Elgon National Park. You will arrive in time for lunch and later, you will have the hike to the falls for photography which is such an amazing experience. This magnificent wonder gives you sweet thundering sounds as well as stunning views. Later you will head for a guided coffee tour in the nearby coffee plantation. Here, the guides will take you through coffee growing and processing exercise, you will practically get involved in some stages of preparing organic, from the garden to the cup. Mount Elgon region is recognized for being one of the best Coffee producing areas in the entire East Africa. After all is done, return for dinner and overnight at your lodge. Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner and overnight stay at Sipi River Lodge. Drive time: 5hours; Meal plan: Full board; Lodge: Sipi River Lodge.

Day 4: To Pain-upe Game Reserve – Evening Game Drive.

Today you will drive to the stunning Pain-upe game reserve in North-eastern Uganda for game drive in the reserve. The reserve is mostly unexplored and with virgin pristine habitat known to harbor unique wildlife including cheetahs, the greater Kudu, Roan Antelope, eland and a vast array of unique bird species including ostriches and other wildlife. It is a 5-hour drive with a stopover at Nyero rock painting in Kumi district where you will spot ancient art of paintings with words that has never been read by anyone. The experience will open your minds to unforgettable thoughts. Continue to Pian-Upe game reserve, few kilometers from Kidepo National park, the entire drive takes you through amazing views of some rolling hills along the way, dotted grass thatched houses and green plantations along the way. Lunch will be en-route before arriving at the lodge for dinner and overnight. Drive time: 5 hours; Meal Plan: Breakfast, lunch and dinner; Lodge: Karamajong Safari Camp.

Day 5: Morning & Afternoon Game Drive in Pain-upe Game Reserve

Today you will have game drives in the reserve giving you an opportunity to see unique wildlife including cheetahs, the greater Kudu, Roan Antelope, eland, jackals, Spotted Hyenas, Civets, the elusive Leopards, Lions, Eland, Zebra, Hartebeests, Günther’s Dik Dik, Oribis, impala, Giraffe, Cape buffalo, the Uganda Kob, Waterbuck, Blue and Common Duiker, Klipspringers, Bohor, Mountain Reedbuck and a vast array of unique bird species including ostriches and other wildlife. Breakfast, lunch and dinner at Karamajong Safari Camp.

Day 6: Visit Karamojong Manyata & Drive to Kidepo Vallrey National Park.

In the morning you will have the opportunity to visit a traditional Karamajong manyatta. A manyatta is a village made up of several huts, which in turn are surrounded by a fence made of branches and thorns. These are put up to keep the cattle in and to protect them from thieving rival tribes and wild animals. Visiting a manyatta will give you an interesting insight into the customs and traditions of the Karamajong. After this visit you will head farther north to the most remote and pristine national park in the country: Kidepo Valley National Park. It is a long but very rewarding journey to get to this region with some of the most beautiful scenery in Uganda. On your way, you will enjoy some scenic views of the few hills; you will cross some few seasonal rivers. You will have en-route lunch and you will arrive in the late afternoon for relaxation and overnight. Drive time: Approximately 7 hours; Breakfast, lunch and dinner and overnight stay at Kidepo Savannah lodge.

Day 7: Full Day Game Drive in Kidepo - Visit Hot Spring

After an early breakfast you will drive to Narus Valley for your morning game drive. Narus Valley is popular for mammals such as lions, ostriches, zebras, bat-eared foxes, aardwolves, caracals, cheetahs, and greater and lesser kudus as well as 475 bird species. Return to the Lodge for Lunch, short relaxation and then drive to Kidepo Valley to visit the eye-catching Kanangorok hot springs situated a few kilometers from the park, enjoy the stories and demonstrations that will be done besides taking photos and boiling an egg up to the point of eating. After, drive back to the lodge for dinner and overnight stay at Kidepo Savannah lodge.

Day 8: Drive to Gulu Town

After a After breakfast you will drive to Gulu. All our tours to Kidepo National Park stop at Gulu town for overnight and to break the long journey. Drive time: Approximately 7hours; Meal plan: Lunch and Dinner. Today is merely a transportation day en-route to Zziwa Rhino Sanctuary. Gulu is the largest town in northern Uganda. Breakfast, lunch and dinner and overnight stay at Gulu Churchill Courts Hotel.

Day 9: Transfer to Zziwa Rhino Sanctuary

After breakfast you will drive to Zziwa Rhino Sanctuary, arriving in time for lunch. After a short relaxation you will go for Rhino tracking with the guides, you will be briefed on dos and don’ts before heading out to look for Rhinos. This is a perfect opportunity to track White Rhinos in the wild. Rhinos became extinct in Uganda in the 1970s due to over poaching for their treasured horns. They have now be reintroduced in the Zziwa Rhino Sanctuary in the hope that when their population improves then they can be reintroduced in some of Uganda’s National Parks. Have an opportunity of tracking these endangered species and learn more about them. Drive time: approximately 4-5 hours, Meal plan: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner and Overnight stay at Pakuba Safari Lodge.

Day 10: Drive to Murchison Falls National Park

After breakfast you will drive to Murchison Falls National Park. Its most memorable feature is the Victoria Nile which cuts through the park, running along a series of rapids before shooting out of a narrow channel in an incredibly powerful waterfall. A boat safari during your stay will offer a closer look at the majestic falls while providing ample opportunity to see some of the incredible wildlife that the park is known for along the way. Murchison River Lodge is situated directly on the southern bank of the River Nile overlooking Uganda’s largest national park, Murchison Falls. From the vantage point of the lodge bar and restaurant you have the panoramic views of the park and the River Nile as it flows downstream between papyrus islands and pods of hippos. Journey time: 4-5 hours. Breakfast, lunch, dinner & overnight stay at Murchison River Lodge.

Day 11: Morning Game Drive – Afternoon Boat Cruise

Welcome to morning game drive in the park. You will need to be up before the sun and in the vehicle after a quick snack to see the best sightings. This is when the land is cool and the animals are most active, when anything is possible and sighting comes quickly. Elephants, buffalo and several species of antelope, lions, leopard are some of the animals you may come accross. Later in the day you will take a boat safari towards Murchison Falls which is the special highlight of the day. On this 3-hour journey upstream on the Victoria Nile you will pass by breathtaking scenery, many crocodiles, hippos, buffaloes, water birds, and monkeys that come down to the Nile for a cool drink in the hot afternoon. The boat will drop you near the waterfall for your hike (1-1.5 hrs) up to the top of the falls. Journey time: 3 hours. Breakfast, lunch, dinner & overnight stay at Breakfast, lunch, dinner & overnight stay at Murchison River Lodge.

Day 12: Visit top of the Fall – Drive to Hoima

After breakfast, you will visit the top of Murchison falls then after you will drive to Hoima town, on your way you will have stops for sightseeing and community visits, on your arrival in Hoima you will check in at your lodge and then have lunch, after lunch you will go for a cultural experience tour with major cultural activities including the traditional Banyoro cultural dance, community walks where you will walk down to katasiha Fort where Omukama Kabalega’s cave is found and known as the magic hiding place where he could hide and the whites loose him during battle, then later you will retire back to the Lodge for overnight. Drive time: 3-4 hours; Meal plan: Breakfast, Lunch Dinner and overnight stay at Hoima Cultural Lodge.

Day 13: Drive to Fort Portal Town

After breakfast, you drive to Fort portal with en-route stop over for sightseeing and community visits then proceed arriving in the afternoon. You will have a local lunch in Fort portal town and then you will proceed to your lodge for check in and a short relaxation. Later in the evening you will visit the local markets in town and art crafts. Drive time: 3-4 hours; Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner and overnight stay at Nyaika Hotel or Mountain of the Moon Hotel.

Day 14: Drive to Semuliki Game Reserve – Visit to the hot springs

After breakfast, you will drive to Semuliki National Park located across the floor of the Semliki Valley on the remote, western side of the Rwenzori. Check in your accommodation, relax and prepare for a visit to the Hot springs and afternoon game drive. The Semliki Valley contains numerous features associated with central rather than eastern Africa. Thatched huts are shaded by West African oil palms; the Semliki River (which forms the international boundary) is a miniature version of the Congo River, the forest is home to numerous Central African wildlife species, and the local people includes a batwa pygmy community that originated from the Ituri. As a result, this park provides a taste of Central Africa without having to leave Uganda. Hot springs bubble up from the depths to demonstrate the powerful subterranean forces that have been shaping the rift valley during the last 14 million years. Drive time: 3 hourS; Meal Plan: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner and overnight stay at Semuliki Safari Lodge.

Day 15: To Kibale National park, en-route visit of Nyakasura Caves

Today you will drive to Kibale Forest National Park via a visit and hiking of Nyakasura Caves to learn about the history and traditional values of the local community towards the stalactites and stalagmites then you will hike up the hills for sightseeing of the beautiful carter lakes. You will have a stop in Fort portal town for Lunch before proceeding to check-in at Chimpanzee Forest Guest House or Isunga Lodge.Drive time: 3-4 hours; Meal Plan: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner and lodging at Chimpanzee Forest Guest House or Isunga Lodge.

Day 16: Chimpanzee Tracking & Swamp Walk

No other animal reminds us so much of ourselves as the chimpanzee. Besides many common features and mannerisms, chimpanzees also share 98% of our human DNA, making them our closest living relatives. It is not so surprising then that we find the habits and biology of these primates so fascinating to study. After breakfast, you will be transferred to Kibale National Park headquarters located at Kanyanchu. Here, you will join other trekkers for briefing before you proceed into the forest for chimpanzee trekking. You will have the opportunity to follow an experienced guide into the forest to observe these fascinating creatures at a close range. Watching them interact with each other and go about their daily routine of grooming, playing and foraging is an incredible experience. You are allowed to take photographs. So make sure your cameras are nearby. In the afternoon you can choose whether you would like to spend more time with the local communities and learn more about their day-to-day lives or go deeper into the forest on a Swamp Walk in the Bigodi Wetland Sanctuary. The Bigodi Wetland Sanctuary is home to 8 primate species, over 200 bird species, butterflies and various reptiles. For bird lovers the highlight of the afternoon is spotting the beautiful great blue turaco. Meal Plan: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner and overnight stay at Chimpanzee Forest Guest House or Isunga Lodge.

Day 17: Transfer to Queen Elizabeth National Park

After breakfast you will drive to Queen Elizabeth National Park. Queen Elizabeth National Park is Uganda’s most visited game reserve and arguably the most scenic. The national park protects the vast savannah plains, bushland, wetlands and forests that lie at the base of the Rwenzori mountain range. Kazinga Channel, which flows through the park and connects Lake George in the east to Lake Edward in the west, attracts a rich array of animals and birds, including the infamous Nile crocodile and one of the world’s largest concentration of hippos. On your first game drive you will explore the park along a 200 kilometre network of well-maintained game viewing tracks. Journey Time 3½ hours; Breakfast, lunch, dinner and overnight stay at Elephant Hab Lodge.

Day 18: Transfer to Kyambura – Chimpanzee Walk

After breakfast, you will be transferred to Kyambura for the Chimpanzee walk. Here, you will join other trekkers for briefing before you proceed into the forest for chimpanzee trekking. You will be led by a well-trained and experienced ranger/guide who will take you for a guided primate walk. Both forests provides an opportunity to visit one of the habituated communities of chimpanzees. You are allowed to spend an hour with these Great Apes while observing their behaviour. You are allowed to take photographs. So make sure your cameras are nearby. Meal Plan: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner and overnight stay at Elephant Hab Lodge or Pumba Safari Lodge.

Day 19: Morning Game Drive - Afternoon Boat Safari

Welcome to morning game drive in Queen Elizabeth National Park. You will need to be up before the sun and in the vehicle after a quick snack to see the best sightings. This is when the land is cool and the animals are most active, when anything is possible and sighting comes quickly. Elephants, buffalo and several species of antelope, lions, leopard are some of the animals you may come accross. Later in the day you will go for a boat safari. when the sun is high in the sky the animals make their way to the river for a drink, we will head to Kazinga Channel for an exciting boat safari (a fantastic way to get close to wildlif). You can also visit Kyambura Gorge (home to several primate species including chimpanzees, the red-tailed monkey, black-and-white colobus, baboons and vervet monkeys and colorful bird species). This activity is at additional cost of USD 50 per person. Breakfast, Lunch, dinner & accommodation at Marafiki Safari Lodge.

Day 20: Visit local community, Katwe Salt Mines & Crater Lakes

Today you will visit local communities in Queen Elizabeth National park for cultural experiences in Kasenyi and Katwe, you will have a chance as well to visit the Orphanage groups as a company we do recommend you carry any items that you can donate to the needy people in these communities, from here you will visit Katwe salt mines for a local experience and education on how slat is mined using local means, after you will proceed for sightseeing and visiting the beautiful carter lakes. Meal Plan: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner and overnight stay at Elephant Hab Lodge.

Day 21: Transfer to Southern Queen Elizabeth in Ishasha Sector.

Enjoy a Lazily morning game viewing en-route to the southern part of Queen Elizabeth National Park otherwise known as the Ishasha. After your lunch, you will drive into the park in in the afternoon to search for the popular tree climbing lions. Although this is the best place to see tree climbing lions, the chances of seeing them is not guaranteed. The Ishasha region also has other animals species like Buffaloes, Elephants, Antelopes and many others. You may also drive to River Ishasha to see the border between Uganda and the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). Thereafter, you will return to the Lodge for dinner and overnight. Meal Plan: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner; Lodging: Ishasha Jungle Lodge or Enjojo Lodge.

Day 22: Morning Game drives - Evening Community Experience.

Bush Breakfast Start the day with a very short drive to our amazing Bush breakfast spot. Accompanied by your driver guide, you will enjoy your morning breakfast with the view of the Ishasha beautiful wilderness. After breakfast you will start your game drive in the rich Ishasha areas in search of wildlife including warthogs, bush bucks, water bucks, Uganda Kob, Elephants and countless bird species. Remember you also still have yet another beautiful opportunity to see Tree Climbing lions that are only famously found in the Tree figs. You will visit the Ishasha community projects later on in the day. Meal Plan: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner; Lodging: Ishasha Jungle Lodge or Enjojo Lodge.

Day 23: Transfer to Lake Mutanda & Bwindi

Your journey today will continue south-west toward Kisoro, a bustling town to the south of Bwindi Forest, near the borders to Rwanda and Congo. This is one of our favorite drives in Uganda. The serpentine roads wind through lush rainforests, skirting hill tops (keep your eyes open for the volcanos!) and dipping into lively villages in the valley before arriving to the serene waters of Lake Mutanda. Offering some of the best views in Uganda, Mutanda Lake Resort is perched on a peninsula overlooking a series of small islands scattered across the water and the volcanoes from the Virunga Range rising out of the mist in the distance. Gorilla Tracking is the main highlight of a visit to the southern parts of Bwindi Forest, but you are also in the perfect place for volcano hikes, birding, nature and culture walks and canoe and paddle board excursions. The sunset scenes are unforgettable so make sure to find your way to the veranda in time for sundowners. Journey Time 8 hours Accommodation Mutanda Lake Resort Meal Plan Breakfast and dinner.

Day 24: Gorilla Tracking in Bwindi Forest

After breakfast, you will transfer to the park headquarters to join other trekkers to be allocated a Gorilla family that you will trek. Of course the park staff will first give you a full briefing concerning the Dos and Don’ts while with the gorillas. After that, you will be driven to the starting point of your trek into the forest. Half of the world’s populations of gorillas live under the mist-covered canopies of Uganda’s oldest and most biologically diverse rainforest. In the company of an experienced park ranger you will be tracking the whereabouts of the allocated gorilla family. Your tracking experience will be an exciting, yet challenging, journey along forested (often muddy and slippery) slopes, tangled vines, thick vegetation and bamboo forests before you reach the territory of these gentle giants. En-route, your ranger will point out signs of previous gorilla activity like dung, nests and chewed bamboo shoots. Depending on the location of the gorillas on any given day the walk can take anything from 2 to 7 hours. Once the family of gorillas has been located, settle in to your surroundings and enjoy one hour, quietly observing these fascinating primates whose habits and mannerisms remind us so much of our own. Encountering the mountain gorillas in the wild is a truly humbling and emotional experience, one that you are sure to remember for the rest of your life. Journey Time 1 - 1,5 h each way Accommodation Mutanda Lake Resort Meal Plan Breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Day 25: Transfer to Mgahinga Gorilla National Park

Today you will transfer on a short drive to Mgahinga Gorilla National Park, get settled in the lodge and have lunch. The park is located in the south westen part of the country boarding Rwanda and DR Congo. Boasted by one resident gorilla family (Nyakagezi) and the other visitor from the volcanoes (Hirwa) and Golden Monkeys this makes the park interesting to visit. The park offers many activities that one can involve in while here. Late in the afternoon you will head out for a boat ride on Lake Chahafi and visit the local community. Drive time: Approximately 3 hours; Meal Plan: Breakfast Lunch and Dinner and overnight stay at Lake Chahafi Resort.

Day 26: Golden Monkey Trekking

After breakfast, you will transfer to Mgahinga National Park headquarters for either full day golden monkey habituation experience or half day golden monkey trekking. You will be briefed about the dos and don’ts while with golden monkeys and then proceed to the mountain/forest for your trek. You will be allowed enough time with researchers if you choose to do golden monkey experience and only one hour if you choose to do golden monkey trekking. Return to your lodge for relaxation, dinner and overnight. Meal Plan: Lunch and Dinner; Lodging: Lake Chahafi Resort.

Day 27: Early Morning Hiking of Mt. Sabinyo

Early today, you will start your day with with a short drive to the footsteps of Mountain Sabinyo and hike to the top, a Virunga Volcano that you can only access its summit from the park. Raising up, the mountain lies at 3,645 meters (11,959 ft), marks the intersection of the borders of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), Rwanda, and Uganda. The slopes of Mt. Sabinyo are a habitat for the critically endangered mountain gorillas. The hike to the top and down the mountain is a one day experience which makes it something most can do for those who wish to hike. Basically would involve 4 hours climbing and another 4 hours to get down the mountain but depends on the pace and weather conditions. Walking sticks are provided for free meanwhile the porters are available for hire. You will go through vegetation ranges from the bamboo zone between 2400 – 2800m. After ascending to its park, have some rest and your packed lunch. Start descending the mountain. Return to the lodge for dinner and overnight. Breakfast, lunch and dinner snd overnight stay at Lake Chahafi Resort.

Day 28: Scenic drive to Lake Bunyonyi

After breakfast at your hotel, drive to Lake Bunyonyi in Kabale District. Lake Bunyonyi is one of the three Lava damned Lakes in Uganda dabbed to be “the lost city of Wakanda”. The Lake was formed when lava flowing from one of the volcanoes blocked a river channel and water was forced to flow back hence filling the space to create the Lake Bunyonyi. Bunyonyi locally means small birds. So the Lake got its name because of the abundance of small birds in this area in filled the area. Lake Bunyonyi is said to be the deepest lake in Uganda and the second deepest in East Africa. The beauty of this Lake Bunyonyi is spectacular. It is one of the best places in Uganda to relax after your gorilla trek. Take off the evening to relax after the long packed tour with a bottle of wine as you stare at the beautiful lake sceneries. Drive time: Approximately 3-4 hours; Meal Plan: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner and overnight stay at Bunyonyi Birdnest Resort.

Day 29: Canoeing or Hiking

After breakfast, you are free to admire the beauty of the lake and its surrounding hills. You will have a choice of either taking a canoe ride on the lake to explore the different Islands with exciting histories behind them. For example, you will visit the Punishment Island. The story about this Island, it is the place where girls who were known to have conceived babies out of legitimate traditional marriage would be dumped and left to die. This is a whole day activity and you will surely enjoy it. Alternatively, you can hike one of the hills around the Lake Bunyonyi. Encounter Africa Safaris supports some projects around this area, which is part of our Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). So, for those who want to do something in the community while on their tour, this is another opportunity for you to go for volunteer work. Return to the Lodge for overnight. Meal Plan: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner and overnight stay at Bunyonyi Bridnest Resort.

Day 30: To Lake Mburo National

After breakfast, drive to Lake Mburo National Park via the Great Lakes Museum or Igongo Cultural center to learn more about the cultures of the ethnic groups in western Uganda and also have lunch here. You will arrive at Lake Mburo National Park just in time for an evening game drive. Lake Mburo National Park is popular for animals such as Impalas, Giraffes, Zebras and so much more. Return to the Lodge for overnight. Drive time: Approximately 6 hours; Meal Plan: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner and overnight stay at Rwakobo Rock.

Day 31: Morning game drive - Afternoon boat excursion

After breakfast, you will go for game drive or for a safari walk in Lake Mburo National Park depending on your interests. On a game drive in Lake Mburo National Park you will see herds of buffaloes, zebras, impalas, birds and so much more without driving so much. Return to the lodge for lunch, relaxing and then in the afternoon go out on boat cruise on the Lake. After lunch and short relaxation, you will be driven to the lake to meet your captain of the day who will take you for a two hour boat excursion. Lake Mburo boat cruise is an opportunity to see hippos, crocodiles, water bird such as the African fish eagle and the rare African fin foot. Many animals such as buffaloes and antelopes gather here to drink some water so this is an opportunity to enjoy wildlife most especially marine animals. After your boat cruise, you will return to your lodge for dinner and overnight. . Meal Plan: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner and overnight stay at Rwakobo Rock.

Day 32: Morning Game Walk – Drive to Kampala/ Entebbe Airport

Like all great journeys, the 18 days safari has come to an end. Enjoy your last sunrise in this beautiful corner of Uganda. Depending on your flight time, you can have a morning walking Safari or just embark on your journey to Entebbe International Airport. You will have a stop at the Equator crossing in Kayabwe for photography and stretching. Drive time: Approximately 5-6 hours; Meal Plan: Breakfast and Lunch.

Cost Per Person Sharing
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Rate 2024/ 2025

› 1 Person - USD 900 Per Person

› 2 Person - USD 470 Per Person

› 3 Person - USD 460 Per Person

› 4 Person - USD 450 Per Person

› 5 Person - USD 440 Per Person

› 6 Person - USD 400 Per Person

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Package Included

› All Airport Transfers

› 18 night accommodation

› English speaking friendly guide

› Drinking water while in the vehicle

› Transport in 4x4 safari vehicle

› Fuel for the whole trip

› All meals as listed

› Park fees

› Activities as listed

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Package Excluded

› 1 Gorilla Permit Per Person (USD 700)

› 1 Chimps Permit Per Person (USD 200)

› Pre and post tour accommodation

› Travel Insurance (recommended)

› Visa fees

› Personal expenses (Tips, Drinks, etc)

› Face Masks (Recommended)

› International flights

› Cost of additional activities

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