Wilderness Journeys in East Africa

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14 Days Wildlife Safari in Uganda.

Day 1. Arrival at Entebbe Airport.
On your arrival at Entebbe airport, you will be picked up by our representative, your driver/guide, who will brief you about you safari and transfer you to your place of accommodation. Do a city tour in the afternoon and visit local sights depending on your flight time. Dinner and overnight at forest cottages.

Day 2. Source of the Nile Jinja and Sezibwa Falls.
Depart from your hotel after early morning breakfast for Jinja via Mukono , make a stopover at Sezibwa  Falls  to see the spiritual healing waters. Visit the mighty Source of River Nile where we shall have our lunch and if time allows we will also visit Itanda falls.  In the evening we drive back to Kampala for dinner and overnight at forest cottages.

Day 3. Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary
After breakfast, you will be picked up from your Hotel by our driver/guide and transfer to Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary passing through traditional home steads arriving to the Sanctuary in the early afternoon and do the Rhino Trekking, have lunch and later drive to Masindi , for dinner and overnight at Masindi hotel.

Day 4. Chimpanzee Trekking Budongo Forest, MFNP.
After an early breakfast, we transfer to Murchison Falls National Park, entering the Park with a mini game drive and go straight to Kanio Pabidi out post for registration and briefing before we start the Chimpanzee Trekking.  The activity normally takes about three hours but sometimes it may be shorter or longer depending on the food availability.  We come back to the out Post, have lunch, relax around, and visit the top of Murchison Falls and have dinner and overnight at Fort murchison.

Day 5. Game drive and boat cruise.
The day begins early with early breakfast and then go for the game drive in search for wildlife that includes the Elephants, Buffaloes, Bushbucks, Giraffes, Cobs, Lions and Leopards among others.  It also harbors a variety of bird life (450 bird species) that includes the rare Shoe Billed Stock.  The game drive normally takes about three to four hours. We later come back to the Lodge, relax around , have lunch and later  at around 2:00pm go for the boat cruise on the Nile for yet another but different  view of the wildlife at close quartos  as they cool off at the banks of the River and also view  the Falls from the bottom side. We come back to Lodge for dinner and overnight.

Day 6. Delta Launch and transfer to Hoima.

After a relaxed breakfast, at around 09:00am, we take a boat cruise to the Delta for another view of wildlife especially the Shoe Billed Stork. We later come back to the Lodge , have lunch and later transfer to Hoima passing  through the Bulisa escapement  for  a better  view of  Lake Albert  and the Albertine Rift  Valley and check in to the service  of Hotel Kolping for dinner and overnight.

Day 7. Hoima – Kibale National Park.
After breakfast, we transfer to Kibale National Park passing through traditional home steads and the tea plantation of Fort Portal (Kabarore) with en-route lunch arriving in the evening and check in to the service of Kibale Primate Lodge for dinner and overnight.

Day 8. Chimpanzee Trekking, Kibale.
After breakfast  we slope down  to the Park Offices  for registration and briefing  before we  start the Trekking in one of  East Africa’s  oldest Forest with trees  as high as 50 metres .  The Trekking may take about three hours in search for Habituated Chimpanzees. The forest also harbors about five primate species that include the Black and White Colobus, Red Colobus, Red tailed, Lhotse’s Monkeys and Grey cheeked Mangbey.  It is also home to a variety of bird species including the rare Green Breasted Pita.  We come back to the Lodge, relax around, have lunch and later go for a nature walk in the Bigodi wetland which is also very rewarding. We come back to the Lodge for dinner and overnight.

Day 9. Kibale – Queen Elizabeth National Park.
After  breakfast we transfer to Queen Elizabeth  National  Park  driving through  the  Crater Lakes region and  drive  south wards  along the  foot hills of  Rwenzori  Mountain   Ranges, these constitute the  western Rift Valley and form the boundary between Uganda and Congo. With en-route lunch at Kasese.  We enter the Park with a mini game drive arriving in the afternoon  and check in to the  service  of bush lodge,  have a free afternoon, dinner and  overnight.

Day 10. Game drive and Boat cruise, QENP.
The day begins early with an early morning cup of coffee and then starts our game drive towards the Kasenyi plains in search for the wildlife that includes the Elephants, Waterbucks, Cobs, Buffaloes, Giant Forest Hogs, Bushbucks, Hyenas, Lions and Leopards among the mammal species and a variety of bird life. This Park is said to have the highest concentration of bird species as compared to any Park in the world (about 612 birds) recorded in this Park.  We come back to the Lodge for breakfast, relax around,  have lunch and  later in the  afternoon  go for the boat cruise  on the Kazinga Channel   for yet another but different view  of  wild life  from close as they come to cool off  in the Channel water. We come back to the Lodge in the evening for dinner and overnight.

Day 11.  QENP. – Bwindi Impenetrable National Park.
After breakfast   we visit Katwe salt lake on the edge of the Park to see how salt is locally extracted.  Did you know that latex is used as one of the protective gadgets in the mining of salt?  Come and experience this, it’s worth visiting.  We  later transfer  to  Bwindi Impenetrable National Park  passing  through the Ishasha  sector  where  the famous  tree climbing Lions  can be seen as we are arriving in Bwindi in the evening  and  check in to the service of Gorilla Resort  for dinner and  overnight.

Day 12. Gorilla Trekking, Bwindi.
After  breakfast  we go to  Park Offices for  registration  and briefing  before  we  start  the highlight  for our safari, the Gorilla Trekking . The hikers will like it although sometimes it may be strenuous walking in muddy conditions on hilly terrain and sometimes with rain over head.  This may take between 2 -8 hours depending on the food availability.  We come back to the Lodge for dinner and overnight.

Day 13. Bwindi – Lake Mburo National Park.
After breakfast we transfer  to Lake Mburo  National Park  passing  through  the rolling  hills of  Kigezi  and Ankole,  with en-route lunch  arriving in the afternoon  and enter the Park with a mini game drive  and check in to the service  of Eagles nest lodge.  We then  go for the  boat cruise on lake Mburo  in search for wild life  that include the  Hippos,  Crocodiles, Elands,  Statungas and  Monitor lizards among  others.  We also expect to see a variety of bird life including the rare African Fin foot.  We come back to the Lodge for dinner and overnight.

Day 14. Lake Mburo National Park – Kampala.

The day begins early  as we go for the  Nature walk  on shores of Lake Mburo in search for  wild life that  includes  The Zebras,  Impalas,  Reedbuck, Cliffspringers, Buffaloes and  Leopards  among  other  mammals and  a variety  of bird life that includes  the  Papyrus  Gonolake.  We  go back to the  Lodge for  breakfast   and transfer to Kampala  arriving  in the  afternoon  and  check  in to  the  service of forest cottages or to the  Airport according the time of your flight.