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6 Days Queen Elizabeth, Bwindi, & L. Bunyonyi, Uganda
Uganda, an East African country known for its lush landscapes and unique wildlife, is worth visiting. There are many experiences to be had, but one of the most sought-after is a visit to Queen Elizabeth National Park and Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. Here, one can witness diverse wildlife, including over ten species of primates, elephants and magnificent mountain gorillas. Gorilla trekking in Bwindi is particularly popular as it presents an opportunity to get close to the rare creatures in their natural environment. When planning your visit to Uganda for this experience, make sure you plan for enough time to explore all the region offers. Imagine taking beautiful photos at Queen Elizabeth Park and then proceeding on an unparalleled adventure through the stunningly dense jungles of Bwindi, from where you can truly gain an appreciation for this amazing Ugandan experience.
- Meet and Greet
- All airport transfers and assistance
- Accommodation on safari on a Fullboard basis
- Park entry 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 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, you leave for an evening nighttime game drive to see the park's animals and avian residents. Having supper and staying the night at the Lodge.
DAY 2: The Gorge of Kyambura & Kazinga Channel
In the morning, after breakfast, you'll take a car to Kyambura Gorge, where you'll go on a guided forest walk to see if you can spot any of the habituated chimpanzees or other monkeys that live there. There will be some walking involved. Birds, butterflies, and perhaps even monkeys will all be in sight. After lunch, you may head along the Kazinga Channel to watch as various types of wildlife travel from the forest to the ocean. After the launch, you may drive back to the Lodge and unwind for the rest of the day. Having supper and staying the night at the Lodge.
DAY 3: Bwindi Impenetrable National Park
After breakfast, head south via Ishasha, the southern sector of Queen Elizabeth, to Bwindi Forest, where you can see renowned tree-climbing lions. Elephants, buffaloes, lions, kobs, waterbuck, leopards, and spotted hyenas are just some of the animals you could encounter along the way. Amazing salt lakes and dry crater lakes await you as you explore the park's volcanic region. Eat dinner and stay the night at the Lodge.
DAY 4: Bwindi Impenetrable National Park
Take a packed breakfast and head out for a day of gorilla tracking. After a briefing from our guides, we'll head out into the bush in search of the endangered mountain gorilla. Pack your rain gear and your jungle boots for an easy trek. Finding the gorillas can take between two to six hours, depending on the habits of the elusive apes. It is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to rub shoulders with one of the world's remaining 650 mountain gorillas, whether a silverback measuring 350 pounds or a young gorilla. Have dinner and stay the night at the Lodge.
DAY 5: Bwindi Impenetrable National Park – Lake Bunyonyi
Lake Bunyonyi, often known as "the lake of small birds" due to the abundance of avian life there, should be your first stop after breakfast. Take a boat out on this picturesque tiny lake framed by lush hills and relax. It's time to get back to the hotel for some rest and a good meal.
DAY 6: Lake Bunyonyi – Kampala
You should leave the lush highlands behind and head to Kampala after breakfast. On the way back, we'll pass herds of Ankole cattle, known for their extraordinarily long curved horns. Gather in the terminal because we need to get to the airport for our departure.