10 days Uganda Safari Wildlife, Gorillas and Chimpanzees

10 days Uganda Safari Wildlife, Gorillas and Chimpanzees : There will be a variety of activities, including gorilla tracking, boat excursions, game drives, and chimpanzee tracking.

Day 1: Transfer to Murchison Falls National Park

Drive to Murchison Falls, Uganda’s largest park and home to 451 bird species and 76 animal species, in the morning with your guide. As you have a glass of water along the journey, your eyes will be fed with numerous sights. Make several stops at the top of the waterfalls and at Masindi for lunch.

Nothing is more exciting than witnessing the River Nile navigate an 8-meter-wide chasm before plunging over 45 meters below as it continues on its route. You will notice that the ground is literally trembling here due to the powerful falls; this is extremely amazing because a rainbow is also present. Continue on to your lodge to check in, have supper, and spend the night.

Accommodation Options; Paraa Safari Lodge(Luxury), Fort Murchison/Pakuba Safari Lodge(Mid-range), Red Chilli Rest Camp/Heritage Safari Lodge(Budget) Full Board; Meal Plan

Day 2: Murchison Game Drive and the Nile Boat cruise

After a delicious breakfast, you will leave on a game drive on this day. The tour guide will direct you to the best locations for easy animal viewing. As you take the best photos that will be imprinted in your memory on your safari, you will undoubtedly enjoy Uganda’s authentic wilderness. The excitement will come from witnessing lions, lionesses, and their cubs as well as other wild species like elephants, giraffes, and buffaloes wandering around and grazing in the savannah.

After a filling lunch, return to your resort to rest up for the afternoon’s Nile boat cruise. You will have a terrific time on the boat as it brings you to the base of the Victoria Nile Falls. Numerous creatures, including elephants, crocodiles, a sizable population of hippos, buffaloes, and water bucks, as well as birds like storks and fish eagles, will be seen. You will enjoy seeing the majestic waterfalls while at the base of the falls. After dinner, stay the night at the resort.

Accommodation Options; Paraa Safari Lodge(Luxury), Fort Murchison/Pakuba Safari Lodge(Mid-range), Red Chilli Rest Camp/Heritage Safari Lodge(Budget) Full Board; Meal Plan

Day 3: Transfer from Murchison Falls to Kibale Forest

Enjoy a leisurely breakfast at the lodge before departing for Kibale Forest. The ride will be made more exciting by the breathtaking landscape of the surrounding area. get lunch while traveling through Fortportal town, then continue on since you will get fantastic views of the Rwenzori mountains. Register at your hotel.

In the Bigodi wetland, which is home to numerous bird and primate species, you might go on a guided nature walk. Afterwards, have dinner and spend the night at the lodge.

Accommodation Options; Ndali lodge/Primate Lodge/Kyaninga Lodge/Chimp nest lodge Meal Plan; Full Board.

Day 4: Kibale Forest- Morning Chimpanzee trekking

On the 4th day of your 10 days Uganda Safari Wildlife, Gorillas and Chimpanzees, Get up early for breakfast, then go to the park where you will get a little tour before beginning your trip with the chimpanzees through the forest. One of Uganda’s lovely locations, Kibale Forest is widely renowned for its numerous crater lakes and assortment of primates.

You can observe the chimpanzees in their natural habitat in the morning. These chimpanzees are equally fascinating, and your up-close interaction with them will provide you with an unforgettable travel experience. The Mweya peninsula in Queen Elizabeth National Park will be your destination after lunch, and you’ll get there in the late afternoon. Enjoy a great meal and get some sleep. Accommodation options; Mweya safari lodge/Katara lodge/Mazike Valley Lodge(Up market), Bush lodge/Ihamba Safari Lodge/Twin Lakes Lodge (Mid-range), Mweya Hostels/Bush lodge in Tents(Budget) Full Board; Meal Plan

Day 5: Game dive & Launch cruise -Queen Elizabeth

10 days Uganda Safari Wildlife, Gorillas and Chimpanzees
Queen Elizabeth National Park

After breakfast, have a game drive via the Kasenyi track and other tracks where you can see a variety of animals, including lions, elephants, antelopes, buffaloes, waterbucks, giraffes, and, if you’re lucky, leopards, along with outstanding and gorgeous bird species. With approximately 600 different bird species that inhabit in the park, Queen Elizabeth has a variety of Uganda’s habitats, including the Savannah, wetlands, lakes, and woodlands.

With crater lakes like Nyamunuka, as well as different plants and woodlands, its beauty is breathtaking. After lunch, return to the lodge to unwind. Take a launch cruise on Kazinga channel in the afternoon; it’s one of the park’s most memorable activities. Enjoy watching many water birds, including hippopotamuses, African crocodiles, waterbucks, and buffaloes, along with their echoing melodies. After exploring the actual wilderness, return to the lodge for dinner and a night’s rest.

Accommodation options; Mweya safari lodge/Katara lodge/Mazike Valley Lodge(Up market), Bush lodge/Ihamba Safari Lodge/Twin Lakes Lodge (Mid-range), Mweya Hostels/Bush lodge in Tents(Budget) Full Board; Meal Plan

Day 6: Forest Walk and Chimpanzee tracking

After breakfast, go on a guided woodland walk in the Maramagambo forest in the hopes of spotting various bird species, pythons, and bat caves. Chimpanzee tracking is also possible in the Kyambura Gorge. After lunch, return to the lodge to get ready for an evening game drive through the park.

Accommodation options; Mweya safari lodge/Katara lodge/Mazike Valley Lodge(Up market), Bush lodge/Ihamba Safari Lodge/Twin Lakes Lodge (Mid-range), Mweya Hostels/Bush lodge in Tents(Budget) Full Board; Meal Plan.

Day 7: Transfer to Bwindi Impenetrable Forest

On the 7th day of your 10 days Uganda Safari Wildlife, Gorillas and Chimpanzees , Transfer to Bwindi after breakfast, going through the Ishasha sector where you can see lions that can scale trees in the wild. Over 346 bird species, 120 mammal species, 400 plant species, and 27 frog species are among the residents of the 331 sq km Bwindi National Park. Take a break for lunch along the way, then continue traveling while taking in the breathtaking sights of banana and tea plantations as well as the region’s general lush nature. When you get to the park, check into your preferred lodging. While you wait for the big day of gorilla tracking, eat dinner and spend the night.

Accommodation Options; Mahogany springs/Chameleon Hill/Silver back lodge/Buhoma lodge(Luxury), Gorilla Mist Camp/Bakiga Lodge/Ichumbi Gorilla Safari Lodge(Midrange), Ruhija Gorilla friends camp/Rushaga Gorilla Camp(Budget) Full Board; Meal Plan

Day 8: Gorilla Tracking and Community walk -Bwindi

After a cup of tea, head to the park head offices with your guide, have a briefing about the dos and donts while in the park with gorillas.

Depending on where the gentle giants are, the trip to see them can take two hours or up to six hours through the mist rain forest. Trekkers are only allowed to spend an hour with the gorillas. Carry a packed lunch, plenty of water, sturdy shoes, a camera without a flash, a rain jacket, and walking sticks for those who are less fit.

Later, go back to the lodge and unwind. Go on a community walk in the evening where you may see the Batwa, an indigenous people who have long lived in the forest, and take in some of their traditional dances. Dinner and overnight are at the lodge, so return there.

Accommodation Options; Mahogany springs/Chameleon Hill/Silver back lodge/Buhoma lodge(Luxury), Gorilla Mist Camp/Bakiga Lodge/Ichumbi Gorilla Safari Lodge(Midrange), Ruhija Gorilla friends camp/Rushaga Gorilla Camp(Budget) Full Board; Meal Plan

Day 9: Transfer to Lake Mburo National Park

Breakfast and a roughly six to seven-hour trip will take you to Lake Mburo National Park. You will go through Kabale’s breathtaking beauty, which includes terraced hills, woodlands, and banana plantations, among other things. After lunch, travel to Lake Mburo, which is on a 371 sq km region and is home to over 332 bird species.

It was inhabited by many species, including zebras, impalas, warthogs, topis, waterbucks, buffaloes, and reedbucks. Upon arrival, you will go on a boat tour on the lake where you may see many amazing things, like birds, crocodiles, hippos, and zebras. After dinner, get some sleep.

Accommodation options; Mihingo lodge(Luxury)/Rwakobo lodge(Mid-range)/Rwonyo Rest Camp(Budget) Full Board; Meal Plan

Day 10: Return to Kampala

You will eat breakfast and depart for an early game drive as this exciting safari comes to an end. You may observe a large number of zebras, Impalas, warthogs, and antelopes there as they live in a variety of natural environments.

A good camera is a necessity, and in this case, it will allow you to take better images of Uganda’s real wilderness.Continue on your journey to Kampala, with stops for lunch in Masaka and photo opportunities near the Equator along the way. If your flight is the same day, you will be transferred to Entebbe for your flight home.

10 days Uganda Safari Wildlife, Gorillas and Chimpanzees Includes

Gorilla Permits
Chimpanzee Permits
Rhino Tracking
Bottled Water
English Speaking Guide
Park Entrance Fees
Boat Rides
Cultural Tours
All Activities Mentioned

10 days Uganda Safari Wildlife, Gorillas and Chimpanzees Excludes

International flight fare
Entry Visas
Laundry services
Tips
Alcoholic Drinks

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