11 Day Uganda Gorilla Trekking Safari Adventure

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10 Days, 9 Nights


10 Days, 9 Nights

11-Day Uganda Gorilla Trekking Safari Adventure

An 11-day safari in Uganda includes an overnight stay in Kampala. Gorilla trekking is included. After that, there will be a transfer to Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, where you will have the opportunity to experience gorilla trekking and visit the Igongo cultural center. Following the completion of the hike, you will have the opportunity to participate in a community walk in the evening or an optional cultural experience with the Batwa people, during which you will observe their traditional practices and gain insight into their way of life. The tour also includes transportation to Queen Elizabeth National Park, where you will have the opportunity to take a boat cruise on the Kazinga Channel, during which you will see a variety of birds, crocodiles, and hippos, among other animals. You will get multiple opportunities to go on game drives, during which you will encounter a variety of animal species.

There will also be chimpanzee trekking at Kyambura Gorge, a transfer to Kibale National Park for chimpanzee trekking, and a visit to Bigodi Wetland, where you will be able to watch a variety of birds. All of these activities are included in the price of the tour. You will also go on a boat trip and go on game drives while you are at Murchison Falls National Park, which is included in this package. On the final stop on this safari, you will take a tour of Kampala and pay a visit to the Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary. This is the ideal gorilla trekking safari in Uganda that every visitor hopes to experience at some point in their lives.

Day 1: Travel to Bwindi Impenetrable National Park

Eat your breakfast as early in the morning as possible, and then, on the way to Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, make a pit stop near the Equator for some pictures and some scientific research. After that, you’ll stop for lunch at the Igongo cultural site, and then you’ll keep going until you reach Bwindi in the late evening. After that, you will have dinner and spend the night at your lodge.

Day 2: Gorilla Trekking in the Bwindi Impenetrable National Park

Once you have breakfast in the morning, you will travel to the headquarters of Buhoma National Park to receive your briefing. After that, you will continue on with your Uganda gorilla trekking safari to see the wonderful giants. This activity can take anywhere from three hours to an entire day to do, depending on how active the gorillas are in the bush. After completing the hike, you will make your way back to the lodge for lunch before beginning your preparations for an evening tour through the town or an optional visit to the Batwa tribe. These individuals are among the remaining few of the world’s shortest humans. They have a variety of dances and songs that they will perform for you. In the late afternoon, you will make your way back to the lodge in time for dinner and to spend the night there.

Day 3: Transfer to Queen Elizabeth National Park.

After you’ve finished breakfast, drive to Queen Elizabeth National Park and enter through the Ishasha sector. You will get the opportunity to view the lions that climb trees, and then you will continue on to the Mweya peninsula to take part in a game drive. You will also have the opportunity to witness many different types of birds, as well as elephants, buffaloes, antelopes, hippos, water hogs, and waterbucks in their natural habitats. You will have lunch at the Mweya Safari Lodge, and then later in the afternoon, you will go on a game drive in the park while following the Kasenyi trail, which is the path that offers the finest opportunities to see games in the park. In addition, there are a significant number of bird species that may be found in the park, such as the brown snake eagle, the Bateleur, the Grey-Kestrel, the White and Abdims Stork, the Martial Eagle, the African Harrier-Hawk, the Saddle-billed Stork, and many others.

Day 4: Explore Queen Elizabeth National Park.

After you have breakfast, you will next travel to Lake Munyanyange, which is located to the north of Katwe, in order to see more types of wildlife there. This area is especially well-known for its high concentration of mammalian species as well as its many different kinds of bird species. The people who watch birds will find this to be an additional benefit. The Little Stint, the Curlew Sandpiper, the Terek Sandpiper, the Greenshank, the Gull-billed Terns, the Red-necked Phalarope, the Greater and Lesser Flamingoes, Wintering Red-throated pipits, and Northern Wheatears may all be found in this area. Following lunch, we are going to go on a boat cruise across Kazinga Channel. This waterway connects Lakes Edward and George, which are located in close proximity to one another. There is no other park in the world with animal and bird species that can compare to those found in this park. Right following the conclusion of your boat ride, you will have the opportunity to go swimming in Mweya’s sizable pool.

Day 5: Game drive throughout the entire day

Have breakfast, and then later go on a game drive, during which you can anticipate seeing many early risers and predators, such as leopard’s jackals and the foxes, hyenas, aardwolf, African wild cat, Bush babies, Uganda Kobs, reedbuck, Giant forest hogs, defassa waterbuck, warthog, Elephants, Hippos, and a great deal of other wildlife. You will also have lunch, and after that, you will go to Kyambura Gorge to go chimpanzee tracking and enjoy the animals there. If you have the time, you can also visit the Katwe salt mining site or the bat cave deep in the rain forest. Both of these places are located in the rain forest.

Day 6:Travel to Kibale National Park

After breakfast, depart for Kibale National Park, traveling via the crater lake Region and Kasanga Forest on the way. You will have lunch at the lodge, and then in the afternoon, you will pay a visit to the community, where you will have the opportunity to engage in conversation with Batooro locals. In addition to this, you will go on a tour of the tea factory and the tea farm.

Day 7: Chimpanzee trekking in Kibale national park.

Get breakfast at an early hour in the morning, and then afterward make your way to the Kanyanchu headquarters for your briefing. The chimpanzee tracking will begin at approximately 8:00 in the morning. In addition, you will have the opportunity to see a variety of primates, such as chimps, red-tailed monkeys, L’hoest monkeys, grey-cheeked mangabeys, Colobus monkeys, as well as butterflies, other insects, and forest birds. After that, you will make your way back to the resort for lunch, and after that, you will travel to Bigodi swamp to see the local birdlife. The indicated wetland can be found along the road leading from Fort Portal to Kamwenge five kilometers to the south-east of the Kanyanchu Tourist Center. In addition, the community-based project provides access to Magombe Swamp, which is a particularly interesting region due to the papyrus and swamp forest that can be found there. During your time there, you will have the opportunity to see a wide variety of birds, such as the White-winged Warbler, the Papyrus Gonolek, the Blue-breasted Kingfisher, the Papyrus Canary, the Black-faced Rufous warbler, the Blue-headed Coucal, the spectacular Yellow-billed Barbet, the White-spotted Flufftail and Grey-capped Warbler, the Scaly-throated honeyguide, the Blue-

Day 8: Murchison Falls National Park.

Breakfast will be served, and then you will be transferred to Murchison Falls National Park. This is going to be a very long day of driving through the homesteads, and you are going to make a pit stop at the Albertine escarpments. Another captivating sight is that of Lake Albert, which can be seen from the bottom of the rift valley. After that, you will go ahead and board the ferry that will take you across the Nile to the northern bank.

At long last, you will eat dinner and stay the night in the lodge.

Day 9: Game drive and boat trip

When you have finished your breakfast, you will go on a game drive across the northern portion of the park in the morning. You will have the opportunity to see a wide variety of species there, including lions, elephants, hyenas, Jackson’s Heart beest, monkeys, and Patas. Spend the afternoon aboard a boat that will take you all the way to the base of the falls. You will get the opportunity to see a large number of Nile crocodiles, hippos, bee eaters, and a variety of other birds here. After that, everyone will eat dinner together and stay the night at the lodge.

Day 10: Leave to Kampala.

After breakfast, you will be transferred to Kampala, with a stop along the way to the Ziwa Rhino sanctuary so that you can see the rhinos. You are scheduled to arrive in Kampala in the evening. After that, return to the hotel for dinner and a comfortable night’s rest. ziwa rhino sanctuary Uganda, rhino tracking in Uganda,

Day 11: A tour of the city of Kampala.

After you’ve finished breakfast, it’s time to head off on a sightseeing tour of Kampala. After that, the driver will take you to the airport depending on the specifics of your trip, which will mark the conclusion of your gorilla trekking safari in Uganda.

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