10 Days Uganda Ultimate Primate Safari

10 Days Uganda Ultimate Primate Safari : Experience the chimpanzees in their native habitat—Kibale National Park—during your Uganda primate safari. Transfer to Queen Elizabeth National Park to take a wildlife safari and see the Big 4. Drive through Ishasha, the home of tree climbing lions, then trek into the Bwindi impenetrable forest in search of the rare and endangered mountain gorillas. Finish your visit of Lake Mburo National Park.

10 Days Uganda Ultimate Primate Safari Safari Highlights:

Chimpanzee tracking

Nature walk in Bigodi Swamp

Game drives

Boat cruise

Crater Lakes

Tree Climbing Lions of Ishasha

Gorilla tracking

Itinerary

Day 1: Welcome to the Pearl of Africa

When you arrive at the airport today, a representative from Discover Africa Safaris Tours  will be there to greet you and drive you to your hotel in Entebbe where you will spend the night. Dinner will be served to you based on your arrival time.

Day 2: Transfer to Kibale national park

After breakfast today, your driver-guide will pick you up from your accommodation to begin your journey to Kibale Forest, the primate capital of the world. The drive travels through rural Uganda, passing through many agricultural fields, homesteads, roadside stores for fruits and vegetables, and woods. The only stops, aside from these wonderful vistas, will be to use the restroom and stretch as needed.

You will eat lunch at the lovely Fort Portal town, which features lush green meadows and breathtaking views of the Rwenzori Mountains in the distance. From there, you will travel to your lodging to get ready for the following day’s chimpanzee walk.

As an alternative, you can fly on a regular timetable from Entebbe International Airport to Kasese Airstrip, from which point you will be taken to your resort.

Drive time: five hours; scheduled flight: one hour and thirty-five minutes B, L, and D

Day 3: Chimpanzee trekking in Kibale national park

In Kibale National Park, the primate capital of the world, today is chimpanzee tracking day. Your naturalist guide will take you to the briefing area before the chimpanzee expedition after breakfast. You will receive a briefing from the knowledgeable ranger guide on what to expect and how to act in the forest.

After the briefing, you will begin the journey through the tropical forest in search of chimpanzees, which are the closest living cousins of humans. Once you’ve found them, you have one hour to spend with them.

Take a swamp nature walk in the Bigodi village after lunch; the revenues from this activity support local development. In addition to the swamp, you will visit various households for coffee, banana, basketry, and traditional medicine experiences.

Day 4: Transfer to Queen Elizabeth National Park

Depending on the state of the roads, this Uganda primate safari continues to Queen Elizabeth National Park while driving through the Crater Lakes region and taking in vistas of the Rwenzori mountain ranges. You could choose to eat a leisurely breakfast before getting ready to leave.

You can decide to spend your “free” afternoon at your resort relaxing and sleeping. Before arriving at your lodge, you might go on a game drive around the park or go for an afternoon stroll through the neighborhood.

Day 5: Game drive and Boat Safari in Queen Elizabeth national park

There are an enormous, unmatched number of wild species in Africa. Of all the protected areas in Africa, Queen Elizabeth National Park boasts the most biodiversity. The morning, when predators are on the prowl for prey and just before they retreat into hiding, is the optimum time to see wildlife. To maximize your chances of seeing the game, you’ll be driving a car with an opening roof. Take in the uncommon and exotic animals, such as the elephants, lions, leopards, buffaloes, and uganda kobs, among others.

Enjoy a launch cruise on Kazinga Channel in the afternoon as you head toward Lake Edward to see the various wild animals that visit its waters, those that reside there, and a wide variety of birds.

Day 6: Transfer to Ishasha sector for tree climbing Lions

The tree-climbing lions make Ishasha, in the southern portion of Queen Elizabeth National Park, famous. These predators enjoy climbing fig trees after meals to rest, experience the winds, and to keep an eye on their prey because of the tall savanna grass. You will go for the Ishasha area to see the lions, several bird species, and other creatures this morning after a late breakfast.

10 Days Uganda Ultimate Primate Safari
Ishasha Sector

Day 7: Transfer to Bwindi Forest

After breakfast, depart for Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that is home to half of the world’s remaining mountain gorillas.

If you weren’t able to see the lions the day before, you have the option of going on another game drive around the park to look for the amazing Ishasha tree climbing lions.

Day 8: Gorilla trekking in Uganda

Spending a day in the dense forest with the enormous, friendly mountain gorillas is the pinnacle of the safari experience in the “jungles of Africa.” An unforgettable experience is traveling through the dense, impenetrable jungle of Bwindi in search of gorillas. After receiving a briefing from the ranger guides, you will be divided into groups to search for various gorilla families.

Then, under the guidance of a ranger guide, you will stroll through the jungle in search of gorillas. Once you and your ranger guide have located the gorillas, spend an hour watching them before beginning your exit from the forest.

Day 9: Transfer to Lake Mburo national park

After the thrilling experience of seeing gorillas up close in the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, your driving guide will pick you up after breakfast to begin the journey to the serene and lovely Lake Mburo National Park. Take pleasure in the Kigezi region’s winding roads with photo stops.

You have a choice of taking a boat tour on Lake Mburo or a guided nature walk or walking safari once you get to the park. You will return to your lodge to get the much-needed rest after this event.

Day 10: Depart to Kampala

After breakfast, your driving guide will pick you up for a little game drive before leaving the park. Today you return to Kampala by car. As you leave the park, you’ll make a pit stop at the Equator monument for lunch, gifts, and photos of both the northern and southern hemispheres.

Your Uganda primate tour will now come to an end. We appreciate you traveling to Uganda with us. We sincerely hope that you had a wonderful stay and will inspire others to travel to the Pearl of Africa.

End of 10 Days Uganda Ultimate Primate Safari

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