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5 Days Queen Elizabeth & Bwindi Forest Safari
Uganda is an unforgettable destination that combines incredible wildlife, spectacular scenery, and friendly people. Uganda is every nature lover's dream destination with the world-renowned Queen Elizabeth Park and Bwindi Impenetrable Forest. Visitors can go on gorilla treks to observe these magnificent creatures in their beautiful natural habitat, visit national parks full of lions, elephants, and antelopes in awe-inspiring locations, or take a guided tour of the Kibale National Park with its stunning rainforests, abundant birdlife and lush foliage. Just being in Uganda is an experience like no other. With so much to explore and visit, it's impossible not to find something you like - be it zip lining through the treetops of Masaka Hill or taking part in cultural celebrations such as Kalindi Festival - there's something for everyone. Take advantage of a visit to Uganda; you won't regret this life-changing experience!
- Meet and Greet
- All airport transfers and assistance
- Accommodation on safari on a Fullboard basis
- Park entry and Conservation Fees
- Private transport during the safari in a Tourist Land Cruiser
- Services of an English / Bi-lingual speaking driver-guides
- Bottled drinking water while trekking and in the vehicle
- All taxes on the services quoted above
- Meals and beverages other than specified.
- Passport and visa fees and service charges for obtaining visas.
- Excess baggage charges levied by airlines.
- Gratuities to drivers/guides and other conveyance attendants.
- Laundry and other items of a personal nature, such as drinks, telephone calls ETC
- Personal, baggage, Accident and Trip Cancellation/Interruption insurance.
- Cost for anything not specifically mentioned in the inclusions listed above.
DAY 1: Kampala- Queen Elizabeth National Park
Our representative will be there to meet and greet you when you land in Kampala. Take a westward route through the Ankole highlands. After taking some pictures at the equator, continue on to Mbarara Town for lunch. Before you reach the resort, take a wildlife drive in Queen Elizabeth National Park. After unwinding, set out on a nighttime game drive to see the park's animals and avian residents. Having supper and staying the night at the Lodge.
DAY 2: Queen Elizabeth National Park
Get some early morning game viewing in. Wild animals like elephants, lions, buffalo, and bushbuck roam the park's grassy plains, tropical forests, rivers, marshes, lakes, and volcanic craters. Get back to the lodge as late as possible for breakfast and leisure. After lunch, set out for a boat ride through the Kazinga Channel, which connects Lakes George and Edward. This is a true heaven for birdwatchers since you can see a great variety of migratory and resident waterbirds, including hippos, from the boat. It is a magnificent sight to see several buffalo relaxing in the water of the Channel as large herds of elephants drink and play on the banks. Having supper and staying the night in the lodge.
DAY 3: Queen Elizabeth National Park – Bwindi Impenetrable National Park
Chimpanzee tracking in the tropical Kyambura gorge awaits you after breakfast. It requires physical fitness because of the climbing involved. You'll frequently see birds and butterflies. The best way to see the tree-climbing lions is to leave the park via Ishasha in the southern part of the park and head to Bwindi. Dinner and overnight at the Lodge.
DAY 4: Bwindi Impenetrable National Park
The forest is most beautiful and refreshing first thing in the morning, so wake up early and enjoy it by heading there after breakfast. More than half of the world's mountain Gorillas reside there. After getting a briefing from the guides, we'll head out for a full day into the jungle to look for gorillas. Later dinner and overnight at the Lodge.
DAY 5: Bwindi Impenetrable National Park – Kampala
Leave Bwindi for Kampala after breakfast, stopping for lunch in Mbarara. Drive to the terminal to catch your flight and say goodbye to Uganda.