9 Days Wildlife Safari In Uganda.
Day 1. Arrival at Entebbe Airport – Lake Mburo NP.
On arrival at Entebbe Airport, you will be received by our representative, your driver guide, who will brief you about your safari and then transfer to Lake Mburo National Park, passing through traditional homesteads with a stopover at the Equator for pictures and souvenirs and en-route lunch. We proceed on arriving in the evening, enter the Park with a mini game drive and check in to the service of Rwakobo Rock. 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 see a variety of bird life including the rare African Fin foot. We come back to the Lodge for dinner and overnight.
Day 2. Lake Mburo National Park.
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, Topis, Oribis, Elands and Leopards among other mammals and a variety of bird life that includes the Papyrus Gonolake. We go back to the Lodge for breakfast, relax around, have lunch and in the afternoon go for the boat cruise on Lake Mburo for yet another but deferent view of wildlife as they come to cool off at the Lake. This normally takes about one and half hours, we come back to the Lodge for dinner and overnight.
Day 3. Lake Mburo National Park – QENP.
After breakfast we transfer to Queen Elizabeth National Park driving through Mbarara and its rolling hills, We enter the Park with a mini game drive arriving in the afternoon and check in to the service of Queen Elizabeth Bush Lodge, have a free afternoon, dinner and overnight.
Day 4. QENP. Maramagambo.
After breakfast, we drive to Maramagambo Forest for a Nature walk in search for wildlife that includes the Black & White Colobus, Red Tailed and Velvet Monkeys, Splendid Starling, Red Headed Bluebill, Red Caped Robin Chat, and Red Tailed Bristalbill among others. In the walk we also visit the Bat cave that Houses millions of Egyptian Fruit Bats, we come back to the Lodge for lunch, have a free afternoon, dinner and overnight at Bush Lodge.
Day 5. QENP. Mweya Peninsular.
The day begins early with an early breakfast and then go for the game drive towards the Kasenyi plains in search for wildlife that includes the Buffaloes, Water Buck, Kobs, Hyenas, Warthogs, Lions and Leopards among others. And for Birds lovers, you will like it because this Park is said to have the highest concentration of birdlife as compared to any Park in the World. We come back to the Lodge and pick our luggage and then transfer to Mweya Peninsular, have a free afternoon, dinner and overnight at Mweya Lodge.
Day 6. Mweya Peninsular.
The day begins early with an early morning cup of coffee and then start 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 bird) recorded in this Park. We come back to the Lodge for breakfast, relax around, have lunch and latter 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 7. QENP. – Kibale National Park.
After breakfast we transfer to Kibale National Park driving through the Crater Lakes region and drive North 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, arriving in the afternoon and check in to the service of Primate Lodge Kibale, have a free afternoon, dinner and overnight.
Day 8. Kibale National Park.
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 meters . 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 latter 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 NP. – Kampala.
After a relaxed breakfast, we transfer to Kampala passing through the beautiful Tea plantations of Fortpotal and traditional homesteads along the Fort-portal – Kampala Road, with en-route lunch at Mityana and arrive to Kampala in the afternoon. You will be dropped off to your place of accommodation or drive straight to the Airport for your flight home.
That will be the end of our safari, thank you for supporting Terrain Safaris