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Gorilla, Chimpanzee, Wild game, Culture and Adventure Safari in Uganda – 12 Days

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Gorilla, Chimpanzee, Wild game, Culture and Adventure Safari in Uganda – 12 Days

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The 12 Days Gorilla, Chimpanzee, Wild game, Culture and Adventure Safari in Uganda is a detailed Uganda safari encounter that brings out the mentioned aspects in detail. The tour starts and ends at Entebbe International Airport taking you to the destinations of Fort Portal region for chimpanzee trekking, responsible eco tour in Bigodi wetland Sanctuary, adventure cycling in Mpanga tea estates, hike to the fort Portal Crater lake field, the tour to the Amabere g’ Nnyinamwiru Caves, the tour to Sempaya hot springs both female and male before proceeding to Kasese area to encounter the Rwenzori Art foundation which apparently is the only bronze casting center in the whole of Africa, the Ruboni Community, three (3) adventure hiking to the Rwenzori Mountains involving mountain camping, game viewing and Kazinga channel recreational boat cruise all in Queen Elizabeth National Park. The 12 Days Safari in Uganda continues to the Bwindi region for gorilla trekking experience in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park and romantic Island hopping on the Lake of a thousand Islands – Lake Bunyonyi. The return journey to Kampala involves encounters to the 1520AD Eclipse monument, Erijukiro Museum at Igongo Cultural Center, a game drive in Lake Mburo National Park and a stop at Uganda Equator crossing at Kayabwe. It is such a diversified safari worth exploring.

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Safari Highlight

Day 1: Arrive in Uganda. Land at Entebbe International Airport & connect to the hotel

Day 2: Transfer from Kampala to Fort Portal Area, undertake Cycling in the Mpanga tea estates, settle for lunch in Fort Portal town, tour the Amabere g’ Nyinamwiru caves, hike the Fort Portal Crater Lake & then transfer to Kibale National Park

Day 3: Do chimpanzee trekking in the morning to encounter man’s closest ape and undertake a responsible/ community tour to the Bigodi wetland Sanctuary

Day 4: Transfer to Semliki National Park and do the Sempaya Nature walk to explore the hot springs & transfer to Kasese. Visit the Rwenzori Art foundation – the only bronze casting center in Africa & visit the Ruboni local community

Day 5, 6 & 7: Undertake the adventure hike to the Rwenzori Mountains. Explore the Mahoma trail

Day 8: D o a morning game drive in the impressive savannah landscapes of Queen Elizabeth National Park and undertake an afternoon recreational & sightseeing boat cruise along the 45km long Kazinga Channel

Day 9: Transfer to Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. Undertake a game drive in the Queen Elizabeth National Park’s southern sector of Ishasha in search of tree climbing lions and other wild game. Visit the local Coffee plantations en route in Kanungu district

Day 10: Undertake the mountain gorilla trekking in the Impenetrable Bwindi and have Batwa / Bakiga traditional performances at the lodge

Day 11: Transfer to Lake Bunyonyi and do Island hopping the whole day exploring the lake of a thousand Islands

Day 12: Transfer back to Kampala. Make a stop at 1520AD Eclipse monument at Biharwe, Igongo Cultural Center for lunch and tour to the Erijukiro Cultural Museum, game drive in Lake Mburo National Park and a final stop at Uganda Equator crossing Kayabwe and catch up with a night flight at Entebbe International Airport


Day 1: Arrive in Uganda. Land at Entebbe International Airport & connect to the hotel

After your long flight from your country of origin, you land at Entebbe International Airport which is the main point of entry into Uganda if you are coming by flight. Positioned with in a majestic peninsular, the airport is surrounded by fresh waters of Lake Victoria – the world’s second largest fresh water lake, the largest lake in Africa and the largest tropical lake in the whole world. You are welcomed by soothing fresh breeze and a brightening equatorial sunshine. You secure your Ugandan Visa from the immigration arrival desk at the Airport and then connect to the waiting area where you are courteously welcomed into Uganda by our company representative. You attend to a short briefing about Uganda and the safari in particular after which you board the vehicle and connect to the hotel for relaxation, dinner and overnight

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Accommodation(click on a particular accommodation to view more information about it)

Upmarket / Luxury: Sheraton Kampala Hotel

Midrange / Standard: Humura Resorts

Budget / Basic: Buziga Country Resort

Camping at Back Packers Hostel

Day 2: Transfer from Kampala to Fort Portal Area, undertake Cycling in the Mpanga tea estates, settle for lunch in Fort Portal town, tour the Amabere g’ Nyinamwiru caves, hike the Fort Portal Crater Lake & then transfer to Kibale National Park

After breakfast, embark on the 300km transfer to Fort Portal Area which lasts about 4 – 5 hours’ drive. The drive takes you through the lush green cover of the Ugandan countryside marked with rugged landscape including the scenic Inselbergs of Mubende. The small towns of Mpigi, Mityana, Mubende and Kyenjojo give you a taste of the urban life in rural areas. The impressive swamps of Kyegegwa and Kyenjojo coupled with forested lands along the route and Sebitoli section of Kibale National Park will not make your drive a disappointing journey. Few Kilometers to Fort Portal town, you enter a vast open last with short green cover which you will later realize that they are actually tea leaves. There is no other rewarding means through which you can explore these plantations of Mpanga apart from undertaking a thrilling bicycle cycling encounter. The cycling experience through magical undulating landscape all covered with green is indeed rewarding. The estate staff is viewed plucking the ready tea leaves as harvests with their collection baskets on the back. You do not find any trouble parking your bicycles and join then for an experiential moment. You can’t imagine plucking the tea leaves and then throw then into the collection basket on your bark without looking there; it’s a challenge and a rewarding experience that will make you part of the estate group. Retreat from the activity and drive to Fort Portal town for lunch at one of the preferable restaurants where you have option of choosing Alarcarte or African Buffet. After lunch, connect to Amabere g’ Nyinamwiru Caves and the Fort Portal Crater Lake field for an afternoon adventure experience. Upon arriving at the reception center of the Amabere g’ Nyinamwiru Caves, you are treated to general briefing of the attractions before heading on a down ward slope following a narrow and challenging path through the dense patch of a forest until you arrive at the caves. At the briefing point, the horror that surrounds the story might prompt you to reserve the trek to the caves but once you persist and arrive at the caves, the experience is rewarding. It is great natural landscape with the roaring Nyakasura falls falling down the caves while the breast-like features are busy producing their milky substance. The locals believe that the breast like features are breasts of Nynamwiru a daughter of Bukuku a self-enthroned King of the Bachwezi who was denied by her father to breastfeed her first son Ndahura as he had been foretold that Nnyinamwiru would give birth to a son that will take over his throne. At the caves, there are also teeth stuck inside the rock which is attributed to the ancient wildlife that might have even got extinct. Retreat from the caves and embark on the hike to the Fort Portal Crater Lake field. The hike involves a relative steady walk through undulating hills past the crater hollows until you rich the highest Kyeganywa hill surrounded by the magical views of a range of explosion crater some of which have been filled by water to form lakes and others have been left empty. The Lakes include; Saaka, Kigere among others. The top of the hill offers impressive scenic views of the area and Rwenzori Mountains at a distance. Retreat from the evening encounter and connect to Kibale National Park for relaxation, dinner and overnight

Accommodation (click on a particular accommodation to view more information about it)

Upmarket / Luxury: Ndali Lodge

Midrange / Standard: Chimpanzee Forest Guesthouse

Budget / Basic: Rwenzori View Guesthouse

Wild Camping at Primate Lodge Camp site / Kanyanchu River Camp

Day 3: Do chimpanzee trekking in the morning to encounter man’s closest ape and undertake a responsible/ community tour to the Bigodi wetland Sanctuary

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Gather at Kanyanchu Tourism Center in Kibale National Park to catch up with Chimpanzee trekking which begins at 8am. The encounter commences with a briefing from the respective park rangers who will be your guides through the activity detailing the conduct of the exercise. After this, you head to the forest in search of the man’s closest relative. The dense forests of Kibale comprise of lush flora with mature trees marked with huge buttress and climbers, impressive bird species including the African Pitta, Afep Pigeon, Green-breasted Pitta, White-naped Pigeon, Red-chested Owlet, Crowned Eagle, Black Bee-eater, Yellow-rumped Tinkerbird, Western Nicator, Little Greenbul, Blue-breasted Kingfisher, Brown-chested Alethe, African Grey Parrot, Brown Illadopsis, Scaly-breasted Illadopsis, Black-capped Apalis, Collared Apalis, Blue-headed Sunbird, Dusky Crimsonwing, Red-faced Woodland Warbler, Purple-breasted Sunbird, Yellow Spotted Nicator, Black-eared Ground Thrush Little Green Bul and Abyssinian Ground-thrush among others. Apart from chimps, Kibale also supports other 12 Primate Species including the threatened red colobus with the highest population thriving in Kibale, the rare I’Hoest’s monkey, black-and-white colobus, grey-cheeked mangabey, red-tailed and blue monkeys, bush baby, olive baboon and potto which may be viewed during the trek. Finally you approach the common chimpanzees which have been fully habituated and thus offering you an opportunity to draw closer to them and take pictures. Viewing them as they munch fruit, swinging in trees, socializing, patrolling, mating and making pant hooting calls may lure you into unforgettable excitement. You have hour availed to you to encounter these precious apes and you are free to take as many photos as you can. Retreat from the activity which tend to last 2 – 5 hours and get back to the starting point where you will rejoin your company safari guide, settle for your packed lunch after which you transfer to Bigodi Wetland for an afternoon eco-walk. The Bigodi wetland is an eco-community initiative offering impressive nature walk in the community controlled wetland which features over 138 species of birds including the famous Great Blue Turaco and a range of hornbills. The swamp also shelters the swamp dwelling sitatunga antelope and other primate species like monkeys with chimpanzees making occasional visit. Retreat from the activity and drive back to the lodge for relaxation, dinner and overnight

Accommodation (click on a particular accommodation to view more information about it)

Upmarket / Luxury: Ndali Lodge

Midrange / Standard: Chimpanzee Forest Guesthouse

Budget / Basic: Rwenzori View Guesthouse

Wild Camping

Day 4: Transfer to Semliki National Park and do the Sempaya Nature walk to explore the hot springs & transfer to Kasese. Visit the Rwenzori Art foundation – the only bronze casting center in Africa & visit the Ruboni local community

Drive to Semliki National Park after breakfast at your lodge 78km about 2 – 3 hours’ drive. You drive passed the town of Fort Portal which is one of the organized beautiful towns of Uganda before proceeding to Bundibugyo area welcomed by the views of the Mount Rwenzori block. On arriving in Semliki National Park, you undertake the famous Sempaya Nature walk to explore the hot springs both the female and the male hot springs. The male hot spring also known as Bitente has a wider pool while the female hot spring Nyansimbi features hot boiling geyser that sprouts up to 2m high and boiling to more than 100 degrees Celsius. You can boil some plantain or eggs to have picnic bites. The walk to the hot springs also exposes to the lush flora of Semliki Forest which is an extension of Congo forest biome. The Primate species like Black and white colobus monkeys might also be viewed. From Semliki, you connect back to Fort Portal and transfer to Kasese. Upon arrival in Kasese, visit the Rwenzori Art Foundation which is the only bronze casting center in the whole of Africa where you have an opportunity to explore the gallery with a collection of beautiful artworks. The foundation also offers an experiential touch and allows you to participate in casting process. From the art foundation, if you still have time, you visit the Ruboni Craft village and encounter the local women putting together different material to produce one of the best craft products in Uganda. You can learn a skill like basket weaving. Retire for relaxation, dinner and overnight on the foothills of Rwenzori Mountains.

Accommodation: (click on a particular accommodation to view more information about it)

Upmarket / Luxury: Equator Snow Lodge

Midrange / Standard: Ihamba Safari Lodge

Budget / Basic: Ruboni Community Camp

Wild Camping

Day 5, 6 & 7: Undertake the 3 days adventure hike to the Rwenzori Mountains. Explore the Mahoma trail

Day 5: Hike from Ibanda to Omu’ka Kizza Rest Camp (2.977 m)

Following a moment of breakfast at your lodge, embark on the trek to the legendary mountains of the moon towering to 5,109m above sea level with snowcapped peaks. The day 1 trek takes you through the Kyambogho pristine forest ridge gaining views of Mubuku Valley, climbing the ridge that is densely forested that shelters counts of primates including the Black and white colobus monkeys, the rare L’hoest Monkey and the blue monkey stretching up to the Omu’ka Kiiza Rest Camp standing at an elevation 2,977m. This point offers you an impressive view of the foothills of Rwenzori Mountains and the town of Kasese at 2,160 meters below and you can have opportunity of viewing Rwenzori Turaco and hear the pant hooting calls of Chimpanzees. You camp for overnight in the mountain wilderness.

Day 6: Hike from Omu’Ka Kizza Rest camp to Lake Mahoma

Following your early morning breakfast, embark on the hike to the famous Lake Mahoma which the trail is named after. The forest offers a way to an extended narrow ridge covered by moss rising up to 3,515m above sea level passing through an incredible lush forest comprising if giant heather covered in bright green moss layers. You impressively follow the mountain elephant footprints passing through the Bamboo and the heather forest where you might have the opportunity of encountering them as they consume water at the hot spring. The ridge takes you to Rukenga Valley where you can encounter everlasting flowers (mimulopsis eliotti) and the remarkable giant lobelia. After this point, you cross to the Mahoma Lake Camp for dinner and overnight. With a clear sky, you have opportunity to view Mount Stanley, Mount Baker and the Portal Peaks from the Camp.

Day 7: Mahoma Lake to Ibanda

After breakfast, take a walk around this mountain lake before descending back to the starting point through Nyabitaba ranger post and the Mpanga ridge to adjoin the Valley of Mubuku which is a home to the three horned Chameleon leading you back to Ibanda. From Ibanda, you embark on your vehicles and drive to Queen Elizabeth National Park arriving in the evening for relaxation, dinner and overnight

Accommodation:

Upmarket / Luxury: Mweya Safari Lodge

Midrange / Standard: Enganzi Game Lodge

Budget / Basic: Pumba Safari Cottages

Day 8: D o a morning game drive in the impressive savannah landscapes of Queen Elizabeth National Park and undertake an afternoon recreational & sightseeing boat cruise along the 45km long Kazinga Channel

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You wake up for an early morning cup of coffee in the views of the moist savannah before heading to the park for the game drive at 7am. Undertake a game drive in the Kasenyi tracks and the Queen’s Mile in the open savannah plains of Queen Elizabeth National Park lying flat on the Albertine rift floor. This Uganda safari encounter offers you an opportunity to explore a range of wild game including; cape Buffaloes, Leopards, Topi, Elephants, Kobs, Waterbucks, Warthogs, Hyena, lions, side stripped jackals among other wildlife not forgetting counts of bird species since Queen Elizabeth National Park has the highest bird count in the whole of Uganda and East Africa (over 600) including the Martial Eagle, African Skimmer, Black-rumped Buttonquail, Chapin’s Flycatcher, Pinkbacked Pelican, Verreaux’s Eagle Owl, White-tailed Lark, Black Bee-eater, White-winged Warbler among other birds. Retreat from the activity for relaxation and lunch after which you gather at Mweya jetty for an afternoon Kazinga Channel boat cruise departing at 2pm. You will have an afternoon 2-hour boat cruise running along the Kazinga channel that stretches from Lake George to Lake Edward covering 45km distance. This cruise offers you an opportunity to see at close range the highest concentration of water submerged Hippos, surrounded by over 550 species of migrant and resident birds plus crocodiles drinking and resting at water edges. The cruise offers an excellent platform for photography, bird watching and game viewing. You retreat from the boat cruise and do an evening game drive along the Channel track to explore more wild game in their evening moments. Continue to the lodge for overnight

Accommodation:

Upmarket / Luxury: Mweya Safari Lodge

Midrange / Standard: Enganzi Game Lodge

Budget / Basic: Pumba Safari Cottages

Day 9: Transfer to Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. Undertake a game drive in the Queen Elizabeth National Park’s southern sector of Ishasha in search of tree climbing lions and other wild game. Visit the local Coffee plantations en route in Kanungu district

After breakfast, embark on the transfer to Bwindi Impenetrable National Park driving through southern sector of Queen Elizabeth National Park named Ishasha well known for its tree climbing lions. The Ishasha sector presents a remarkable encounter with the unique tree climbing lions which are only existing in two spots in the whole world with Ishasha sector having the best viewing opportunities. From Ishasha, you proceed on the drive to the south before you make a stop at the local coffee plantations along the route preferably in the Kanungu district. The locals will give you at themed interpretation about coffee, its growing and harvesting practices including methods, the pests and diseases and the traditional means of handling them, its cultural attachment to the people including how to it was used to administer friendship practices in most of African tribes among other aspects. Retreat from the activity and embark on the drive to Bwindi Impenetrable National Park arriving in the evening for relaxation, dinner and overnight

Accommodation:

Upmarket / Luxury: Chameleon Hill Lodge

Midrange / Standard: Gorilla Mist Camp

Budget / Basic: Broadbill Forest Camp

Wild Camping

Day 10: Undertake the mountain gorilla trekking in the Impenetrable Bwindi and have Batwa / Bakiga traditional performances at the lodge

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This is a great day that will mark your re-union with your long lost cousins – the mountain gorillas. You gather at the respective park headquarters for briefing in the morning at 8am where you are also allocated the respective gorilla families to track. From here, you head to the forest in the company of the armed ranger guides that will lead you up the gorillas. The walk is beyond the ordinary as it involves traversing the dense jungle whose thickness would at some points necessitate using a machete to make a path, hiking the challenging landscapes some of which are steep and slippery at times under the canopy of the mature forest which forms darkness even during the day. You are treated to the impressive bird songs and beautiful flowers through the experience. The encounter tends to take 2 – 8 hours depending on the gorilla movements and one hour is availed to you to have a direct touch with the gorillas. Upon approaching gorillas, their reaction is not predictable as it can include them giving you a courteous welcome, minding less about you and charging against you. However, as a result of habituation, Mountain gorillas are always welcoming with the Silverback beating a little of his chest to demonstrate his might and also welcoming to you to the group. The young gorillas are very playful and are at times not aware of the 7m rule thus can try to draw closer to even touching on your body – save it by taking some steps away to observe the distance. You are not limited in any way to ask as many questions about gorillas and their habitats along with taking pictures so long as you have the opportunity to do so. After your one hour with the gorillas, return to the starting point and connect to the lodge for relaxation. In the evening, chilling at the lodge grounds you are treated to a traditional thrill performance of the local Batwa or the Bakiga that live around the park. They have magical songs and dancing styles which definitely make your evening colorful.

Accommodation:

Upmarket / Luxury: Chameleon Hill Lodge

Midrange / Standard: Gorilla Mist Camp

Budget / Basic: Broadbill Forest Camp

Wild Camping

Day 11: Transfer to Lake Bunyonyi and do Island hopping the whole day exploring the lake of a thousand Islands

After breakfast, drive to Lake Bunyonyi driving through the fascinating Kigezi Highlands with magical sceneries. Arrive at Lake Bunyonyi and embark on the whole day Island hopping exploration visiting the main Islands of Lake Bunyonyi. You explore the Bucuranuka (Upside down) Island which is believed to have buried people alive after refusing to offer local brew to an old woman and she cursed the Island turn upside down burying its inhabitants. You also visit the Akampane (Punishment) Island where the girls with unwanted premarital pregnancies would be dumbed to die of hunger or as they as try to swim back the main land. There is also Bushara which has impressive forest cover with extensive Eucalyptus plantation, Kyahugye which is a resort Island with wildlife including waterbucks, De Brazza Monkeys and Impala antelope and Njuyera Islands which is a traditional leprosy healing center which can also be visited. The hopping experience exposes you to the local life of the Island communities including the process of brewing local beer. Retire from the activity and relax at the lodge for relaxation, dinner and overnight

Accommodation:

Upmarket / Luxury: Birdnest @Lake Bunyonyi Resort

Midrange / Standard: Lake Bunyonyi Eco Resort

Budget / Basic: Byoona Amagara Island Retreat

Day 12: Transfer back to Kampala. Make a stop at 1520AD Eclipse monument at Biharwe, Igongo Cultural Center for lunch and tour to the Erijukiro Cultural Museum, game drive in Lake Mburo National Park and a final stop at Uganda Equator crossing Kayabwe and catch up with a night flight at Entebbe International Airport

After breakfast, embark on the transfer to Kampala 437km and Entebbe 477km from Lake Bunyonyi. You make a stop at 1520AD eclipse monument at Biharwe that marks the occurrence of the total eclipse at the site in the mentioned year, continue to Igongo Cultural Center for traditional lunch and the tour to the largest Private Museum in Uganda featuring a range of artifacts belonging to the tribes of south western Uganda after which you drive to Lake Mburo National Park for a mini game drive taking 1 – 2 hours exploring the park’s landscapes comprised of savannah vegetation with great acacia concentration and open grassland in some parts. It offer possible sights of Rothschild Giraffes, Topis, Impala, Zebras, Elands, Wart hogs, water bucks among others before proceeding on the drive to make another stop at Uganda Equator crossing Kayabwe for amazing photo shoots where one leg is on the northern hemisphere and the other in the southern hemisphere. The site also has good souvenir shops where you can secure your memorabilia about Uganda before continuing on the drive to catch up with an evening flight at Entebbe International Airport

End of Safari

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  • Activity fees of the tourist activities mentioned
  • Bottled water while on safari
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  • Laundry Services
  • Other Beverages / drinks of personal nature like Alcohol
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