14 Days Wildlife to see plenty of animals and Chimpanzee Safari to see rhinos is uganda, nile boat ride, chimpanzee tracking in kibale, kazinga channel boat ride, source of the nile boat ride.
You will be received by your driver/guide at the Airport. Drive to Cassia lodge for an overnight and get ready for tomorrow's start of the safari.
After a cup of tea/coffee, drive to Murchison falls National park - Uganda's biggest Park which is over 5000sqkm. Drive through Luwero Triangle famous with Ugandan civil war of 1980, Nakasongola long stretch to the Rhino sanctuary
Visit the Rhino sanctuary for Rhino tracking and continue to Masindi town for lunch.
Advance into the park, check into murchison river lodge for Dinner and over night, relaxation.
An early cup of tea/coffee at 6:00am Ferry crossing, to the Game drive Nile river Bank to the broad savannah for the most likelihood Big cats hunting, Elephants, Giraffes, Buffalos, plus more as the checklist of mammals reaches 76 we continue browsing the Drive circuits to the Delta point for a cocktail of Birds and mammals . If you are a bird lover, this is a great moment for fantastic sightings.
Afternoon 2-5pm for a 3hours Boat ride to the base of Falls where you get to see the Hippos, Grooming in there Pods ,Nile crocodiles, elephants and a variety of beautiful bird species along the falls. Elephants quenching their thirst for the afternoon sun. Continue for a Hike to the top of the falls where you will find your driver.
Dinner and over night - Murchison river lodge, relaxation.
Morning breakfast, check out of the park and drive along lake Albert, to the escarpment area for a great view of the great rift valley, continue to Hoima town for lunch at the kolping Hotel, continue through Mabale, kagadi towns with great views the local community, thatched houses, school kids and finally to Kyenjojo town.
Remember it a dirt road from Murchison falls to Kyenjonjo town. Drive 55km to fortportal town and continue through the tea plantations for your evening.
Check into chimps nest in Kibale forest for the night.
Early morning breakfast, continue to Kibaale park headquarters for a morning briefing and start the chimpanzee tracking experience. Expect loads of monkeys, birds and lots tree species. Return for lunch at the Primates lodge. Evening relaxation or Bigodi Nature walk with lots of monkey species.
Overnight at chimps nest.
Drive to Queen Elizabeth National park through the crater lakes and on to the main road check in on time at Marafiki safari lodge for lunch and get ready for an evening boat ride on the Kazinga channel.
Drive through ishasha the southern section of Queen Elizabeth National Park for great chances of the tree climbing lions in ishasha, herds of buffallos, elephants, hippos in Ntungwe river, check out and lunch at Savannah Resort hotel.
Continue with the drive to Bwindi Impenetrable forest park. Check into silverback lodge for an over night
Get to the briefing area and get ready for the trek through the thick forest of Bwindi and get close to the gentle giants. Check back into your lodge - Silverback Lodge.
Drive to Lake Bunyonyi through Bwindi Forest and drive along the Bakiga potato cultivations on the hills overlooking Kabale town. Check into Lake bunyonyi at the birdnest lodge for an over night.
Full day on the island with Nature walks and visits to the community's and pygmies plus canoeing.
Accommodation - birdnest lodge.
After the speed boat bringing you back, we drive to Lake Mburo National Park through Mbarara town and check into mburo safari lodge for lunch and an evening boat ride follows
Morning game drive and evening game drive. Accommodation mburo safari lodge.
Drive to kampala through the equator. Lunch in kampala and drive to Jinja for an over night at the Jinja Nile resort. Remember we make optional stops in Mabira forest for a Nature walk and Sezibwa falls.
Overnight at Jinja Nile Resort
Morning breakfast, source of the Nile boat cruise and Bujagali falls visit and Jinja city tour. Lunch and drive back to Kampala - Entebbe Airport for your return flight.
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