Enjoy 5 Day gorilla safari and wildlife safari in Queen Elizabeth National Park and activities to encounter include the gorilla trekking tours and wildlife safaris in Uganda offering wildlife viewing game drive and boat ride!
Day1: Kampala – Bwindi Forest National Park
Have breakfast and after meet the safari guide and after transfer to Bwindi Forest National Park via Masaka highway with en-route lunch at Agip Motel. After continue to the park waiting for the gorilla trekking tours and overnight stay at Mahogany Springs Lodge/Buhoma Haven Lodge/Rushaga Gorilla Camp. Meal plan: H/B
Day2: Bwindi Gorilla Trek
Breakfast and after go for gorilla trek in the jungle and after return to the park headquarters for your gorilla trekking certificate and after relax at the lodge. Meal plan: F/B
Day3: Bwindi Forest – Queen Elizabeth Ishasha Sector – Mweya Peninsula
Have breakfast and after embark the safari vehicle transferring to Queen Elizabeth National Park via the Ishasha southern sector famously known for African tree climbing lions in the branches of fig tree. Lunch en-route and transfer to the Mweya peninsula with overnight stay at Mweya Safari Lodge/Katara Lodge/Bush Lodge. Meal plan: F/B
Day4: Game Drive & Boat Ride
Dawn game drive looking for the African wildlife species like the elephants, buffaloes, lions, leopards and other wildlife like warthogs, water and bush buck, antelopes among others. This takes 3 – 4 hours and after go for the afternoon boat cruise along the Kazinga channel that connects Ramsar Lake George to Lake Edward. Return to lodge for dinner and overnight stay, Meal plan: F/B
Day5: Queen Elizabeth – Kampala
Have breakfast and after go for the Kyambura gorge chimpanzee walk and other primates and birds. After transfer back to Kampala with lunch en-route at the Uganda Equator with unforgettable photos. Continue to the airport for your return flight back home. En of services
The price will include
Accommodation and meals
Gorilla permits $ 600 USD each
Services of an English driver guide
Visa fees, tips, gratitude’s, drinks and all other personal expenses not mentioned in the itinerary.
What to wear/bring
Dress codes are informal. Daytime temperatures are generally warm, so bring lots of light clothing, supplemented by light sweaters for the cool evenings and heavier clothing for the higher altitudes especially volcanoes. When tracking gorillas layering your clothing is the best idea and we suggest: long sleeved shirts, cotton or gore tex trousers, strong walking shoes with ankle support, socks that you can tuck your trousers into, light gloves to protect your hands from thorns and nettles, a hat and sunglasses to provide protection against the sun and a water proof jacket in neutral colors may come in handy in the moist mountains. Travel light and remember that soft-sided luggage is required. One medium sized duffel bag and one small day pack (carry-on) per person should bead equate. Laundry services are available at most accommodations. You should also pack some zip lock bags for spare clothing, cameras, binoculars and film. Please note that you are not allowed to use a flash when photographing Gorillas. It is a good idea to take along several different speeds of film (64 to 1000) as gorillas can be found in open sun or in the dark underbrush of the forest.