13 Days Uganda Safari Albertine rift Thrilling Adventure

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13 Days Uganda Albertine rift Thrilling Adventure Safari

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The 13 Days Uganda Albertine rift Thrilling Adventure allows you to explore the remarkable destinations that lie within the western arm of the East African rift valley and its environs. The safari features wild game viewing in Murchison Falls National Park where there are chances of exploring the Africa’s Big five including the Rhinos in the neighboring Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary, the elephants, Buffaloes, Lions and leopard. The Nile River shelters impressive aquatics including the Nile crocodiles and Hippos not forgetting the shoebill stork that tend to appear in the River banks. The 13 days safari proceeds to incorporate the chimpanzee trekking destination of Kibale National Park, adventure hike to the Rwenzori Mountains, heritage tour to the salt gardens at Kibiro, tea estate cycling in Mpanga, the mountain gorilla trekking in Bwindi, Island hopping experience on Lake Bunyonyi and the cultural tour to the Banyankole community on the outskirts of the Uganda Safari destination of Lake Mburo National Park.

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Safari Highlight of 13 Days Uganda Albertine rift Thrilling Adventure Safari.

Day 1: Arrive in Uganda (Entebbe International Airport) & transfer to the Hotel

Day 2: Explore the Christ Our Vision Child Care and then drive to Murchison Falls National Park. Make a stop en route to visit Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary

Day 3: Undertake a morning game drive and an afternoon Nile Launch cruise

Day 4: Visit the top of the falls – the world’s powerful Murchison Falls and visit the Boomu Community to explore their setting of the local people

Day 5: Drive to Hoima.  Make a stop en route to visit Kibiro Salt Gardens

Day 6: Drive to Fort Portal area, have lunch in Fort Portal town and undertake Mpanga Tea Estate Cycling in the afternoon or explore the Amabere g’ Nnyinamwiru caves and hike the Fort Portal Crater Lake area or engage in Batooro naming ceremony before transferring to Kibale National Park

Day 7: Undertake chimpanzee trekking experience in the morning and drive to Kasese. Upon arrival, visit the Rwenzori Art Foundation – the only Africa’s bronze casting center and engage in sculpture making process and viewing. Ruboni community craft village can also be visited

Day 8: Undertake a whole day hiking on Mount Rwenzori known as the legendary mountains of the moon towering up to 5,109m above sea level featuring snow on its top

Day 9: Embark on the transfer to Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. Undertake a game drive in Ishasha sector south of Queen Elizabeth National Park in search of tree climbing lions

Day 10: Undertake the gorilla trekking adventure and settle for the local Bakiga / Batwa traditional musical performance at the lodge

Day 11: Drive to Lake Bunyonyi via the fascinating Kigezi Highlands & do Island hopping the whole day

Day 12: Drive to Nshaara on the margins of Lake Mburo National Park. Make a traditional lunch stop at Igongo Cultural Center en route and upon arrival undertake an afternoon tour of the Banyankole village

Day 13: Transfer to Kampala in the morning for the flight departure


Day 1: Arrive in Uganda (Entebbe International Airport) & transfer to the Hotel

Arrive in Uganda following the flight from your respective country of origin. You land at Entebbe International Airport which is the main gateway to Uganda where you will find the company representative dedicated to offer you a courteous welcome. The amazing weather and brightening atmosphere on the shores of Lake Victoria give you a remarkable first impression of Uganda. After briefing about Uganda and the safari, you will connect to the respective hotel for relaxation, dinner and overnight

Accommodation:

Upmarket / Luxury: Lake Victoria Serena Resort

Midrange / Standard: Boma Hotel

Budget / Basic: Airport Guesthouse

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Day 2: Explore the Christ Our Vision Child Care and then drive to Murchison Falls National Park. Make a stop en route to visit Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary 

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Following breakfast at your respective lodge, you embark on the tour to the Christ Our Vision Child Day Care Orphanage which has a considerable hand of Prime Uganda Safaris. The Orphanage supports counts disadvantaged children providing them with basic necessities including education. You can attend to their classes and see them study, play with them during break time and talk to them to restore hope for their future. From the Orphanage, you embark on the drive to Murchison Falls National Park covering 311km in around 5 hours’ drive. You branch off at Nakitoma after 115km drive from Kampala diverting from the main road for 7km to Ziwa Rhino Headquarters where you are welcomed and taken to the wild on foot to track the white Rhinos. Here, you have the opportunity to encounter the white Rhinos only here in the whole of Uganda that were reintroduced in the year 2005 following their extinction in the year 1983. Trekking the fifteen (15) southern white Rhinos thriving in their natural savannah thicket of Ziwa Sanctuary while walking past beautiful flora, amazing landscapes and birds present a rewarding encounter that is worth undertaking. It marks the beginning of your moments with the big 5 of land animals. Retreat from the activity and continue on the drive to Murchison Falls National Park arriving in the evening for relaxation, dinner and overnight.

Accommodation:

Upmarket / Luxury: Paraa Safari Lodge

Midrange / Standard: Pakuba Safari Lodge

Budget / Basic: Heritage Safari Lodge

Wild Camping

 

Day 3: Undertake a morning game drive and an afternoon Nile Launch cruise

Head to the rolling savannah landscapes of Murchison Falls National Park for an impressive morning game drive in the northern part of the park. The activity which commences at 7am takes you to the haven of wild game catching up with them before they disperse off completely to graze and hunt. You follow the designated tracks including the Buligi, Albert, Queen, Pakuba among others stretching to the delta area gaining impressive views of wildlife and the landscapes. The possible sights include Rothschild Giraffes, the Jackson’s Hartebeest, the lions, the leopards, the elephants, the Cape Buffaloes, the Oribis, Kobs among others. You retreat from the activity that lasts 3 – 4 hours and get back to the lodge for relaxation and lunch after which you gather at Paraa jetty for an afternoon boat cruise commencing at 2pm. The Nile launch cruise offers you an opportunity to explore the calm waters of Nile River as they approach the delta gaining views of the aquatic Species like Nile crocodiles and Hippos not forgetting the lucky sights of the most sought after shoebill stork.  The boat stops at the bottom of Murchison Falls – the world’s powerful water fall enjoying one of the magical sceneries in Uganda. Retreat from the activity and connect to the lodge for relaxation, dinner and overnight.

Accommodation:

Upmarket / Luxury: Paraa Safari Lodge

Midrange / Standard: Pakuba Safari Lodge

Budget / Basic: Heritage Safari Lodge

Wild Camping

Day 4: Visit the top of the falls – the world’s powerful Murchison Falls and visit the Boomu Community to explore their setting of the local people

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After breakfast, cross with the ferry to the southern section and drive to the top of the falls to explore the famous Murchison Falls. You encounter the world’s longest Nile River as squeezes itself to pass through an 8m ravine forming a plume of spray marked by a thunderous roar and a trade mark rainbow as it falls 43m below to the Devils Cauldron.  The site is impressive for photography. Retreat from the activity and embark on the transfer to the Boomu Village where you take a walk in the Kigaragara village participating in the craft making process, the black smith, the crop growing, the preparation of traditional food, storytelling and exploring the local school. The village has local bandas where you can opt to spend an overnight to immerse fully in the life of the local people or you can connect back to the park for relaxation and overnight

Accommodation:

Upmarket / Luxury: Paraa Safari Lodge

Midrange / Standard: Pakuba Safari Lodge

Budget / Basic: Heritage Safari Lodge

Wild Camping

Day 5: Drive to Hoima.  Make a stop en route to visit Kibiro Salt Gardens

You embark on the transfer to Hoima after breakfast. You make a stop en route at Kibiro Salt Gardens to encounter the heritage of this historic site. The Kibiro Salt Gardens has supported the livelihoods of the surrounding community dating far back to 900 years ago far before the coming of Europeans. The locals extract fine salt which they then exchange with the other communities for food and other items. The work of salt extraction at this site has for long been a dominant of female. The process of extracting is rather long and technical than the ordinary but it is amazing to see how the indigenous knowledge is put into use to have a product out well made. Accessing the site exposes you to walking on steep and challenging landscapes with narrow paths that can only be accessed by foot. Retreat from the encounter and transfer to Hoima arriving in the afternoon for relaxation, dinner and overnight

Accommodation: Kontiki Hotel

Day 6: Drive to Fort Portal area, have lunch in Fort Portal town and undertake Mpanga Tea Estate Cycling in the afternoon or explore the Amabere g’ Nnyinamwiru caves and hike the Fort Portal Crater Lake area or engage in Batooro naming ceremony before transferring to Kibale National Park

Transfer to Fort Portal Area after breakfast following five (5) hours’ drive passing through the impressive countryside landscapes of Kagadi and Kyenjojo that are dotted with lush green, rural homesteads and farmlands. Upon arriving in Fort Portal Area, you settle for lunch in one of best restaurants in Fort Portal town after which you embark on the cycling in the Mpanga tea estates. The green tea plantation is spread over a beautiful undulating landscape with endless scenic views which makes it ideal to encounter on your mountain bikes. On your cycling, you encounter the estate staff plucking tea and you are free to participate in the exercise to gain the exact touch.

Alternatively, you can opt to visit the Amabere g’ Nyinamwiru Caves and hike the Fort Portal Crater Lake field. Upon arrival, you are welcomed by the local inhabitants of the place with deep understanding and history of the place. You visit the Amabere g’ Nnyinamwiru caves – the breast like features believed to have belonged to Nyinamwiru the daughter of Bukuku who was a self-enthroned King of the Bachwezi. She was denied the opportunity to breastfeed her baby Ndahura as the father had been alerted that the child will take over his throne. The milk continues to flow out of Nyinamwiru’s breasts. Retreat from this encounter and embark on the hike to the Fort Portal Crater Lake field where you traverse the challenging slopes of Kyeganywa hill surrounded by a range of crater lakes and crater hollows presenting one of the beautiful scenic sites in Uganda. The top of Kyeganywa hill offers the views of Rwenzori Mountains on a clear day.

Another option would be spending an afternoon with the Batooro people who are the local inhabitants of the area and encounter their famous traditional ceremony called Empaako or giving the pet name. You have an opportunity to go through or watch the Batooro rituals as regards this event. You have yourself a pet name like Appuli, Akiiki, Araali, Amooti among others.

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 7: Undertake chimpanzee trekking experience in the morning and drive to Kasese. Upon arrival, visit the Rwenzori Art Foundation – the only Africa’s bronze casting center and engage in sculpture making process and viewing. Ruboni community craft village can also be visited

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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 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:

Upmarket / Luxury: Equator Snow Lodge

Midrange / Standard: Ihamba Safari Lodge

Budget / Basic: Ruboni Community Camp

Wild Camping

Day 8: Undertake a whole day hiking on Mount Rwenzori known as the legendary mountains of the moon towering up to 5,109m above sea level featuring snow on its top

Gather at Nyakalengija park station early in the morning to embark on the whole day hike to the Rwenzori Mountains. The Rwenzori Mountain rises to 5,109m above sea level with snowcapped peaks despite its closeness to the world’s main latitude – the Equator. Encounter the world heritage site which is greatly known for its impressive flora other than fauna. The impressive giant lobelias and groundsels are lovely to encounter. The sights of the peaks can be viewed at a distance, the sights of glaciers flowing down the mountain is beautiful not forgetting the savannah landscapes of Queen Elizabeth National Park, the rift valley lakes of George and Edward and Kasese town below. You have lunch on the mountain and retreat in the evening around 5pm for relaxation, dinner and overnight

Accommodation:

Upmarket / Luxury: Equator Snow Lodge

Midrange / Standard: Ihamba Safari Lodge

Budget / Basic: Ruboni Community Camp

Wild Camping

Day 9: Embark on the transfer to Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. Undertake a game drive in Ishasha sector south of Queen Elizabeth National Park in search of tree climbing lions

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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. You continue 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 gorilla trekking adventure and settle for the local Bakiga / Batwa traditional musical performance at the lodge 

This is a special day dedicated for the mountain gorillas. The Bwindi Impenetrable National Park supports a minimum of 400 mountain gorillas which on global scale are given as critically endangered. Therefore, undertaking the gorilla trekking experience in the hilly forested landscapes of Bwindi is such a life time endeavor that will create lasting memories. 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. Retreat from the activity and transfer back to the lodge for relaxation. In the evening, you are treated to the thrilling traditional performances of the local tribal groups of the Bakiga and Batwa depending on their preference. Their dances and songs are thrilling and would 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: Drive to Lake Bunyonyi via the fascinating Kigezi Highlands & do Island hopping the whole day

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After breakfast, embark on the transfer to Lake Bunyonyi driving through fascinating Kigezi Highlands which locals apply terracing method to cultivate their slopes deriving impressive scenic landscape worth of viewing and photography. Upon arrival at Lake Bunyonyi, you embark on the Island hopping experience. 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, Kyahugye and Njuyera Islands 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. Retreat from the whole day encounter and retire at the lodge for relaxation and overnight.

Accommodation

Upmarket / Luxury: Birdnest @Lake Bunyonyi Resort

Midrange / Standard: Lake Bunyonyi Eco Resort

Budget / Basic: Byoona Amagara Island Retreat

Resort Camping

Day 12: Drive to Nshaara on the margins of Lake Mburo National Park. Make a traditional lunch stop at Igongo Cultural Center en route and upon arrival undertake an afternoon tour of the Banyankole village 

Following an early morning cup of coffee at your respective lodge, embark on the transfer to Nshaara area on the margins of Lake Mburo National Park, You drive through impressive south western Uganda landscapes before making a stop at Igongo Cultural Center 12km past Mbarara town the largest in the sub region for a thrilling traditional lunch after which you will proceed the Banyankole village. The drive in the Nshaara exposes to counts of long horned Ankole cow with their beautiful physical spread, horn patterns and body color.  You arrive at the Enyemebwa Cultural center; the local guides take you around the home stead exploring the exterior and interior of the local thatched huts, the views of the cattle Kraal, the crop gardens and banana plantations after which you head to the wilderness for grazing the cattle along with other herd’s men.  Retreat in the evening back home with the cows for traditional hand milking after which you attend to the traditional performances before retiring for dinner and overnight.

Accommodation

Upmarket / Luxury: Mihingo Safari Lodge

Midrange / Standard: Arcadia Cottages Mburo

Budget / Basic: Eagles Nest

Wild Camping / Home Stay

Day 13: Transfer to Kampala in the morning for the flight departure

Embark on the transfer back to Kampala 240km about 3 – 4 hours’ drive. A stop will be made at Uganda Equator crossing Kayabwe for amazing photo shoots with one leg in the southern hemisphere and the other leg in the northern hemisphere not forgetting the magical water experiment which justify the geographical divide between the north and southern hemispheres. Continue in the drive to arrive in Kampala and Entebbe for flight departure

End of  the 13 Days Uganda Albertine rift Thrilling Adventure Safari

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  • Entrance fees to the tourist sites including Protected areas mentioned
  • Activity fees of the tourist activities mentioned
  • Bottled water while on safari
  • Border crossing fees (for cross border safaris)

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  • Laundry Services
  • Other Beverages / drinks of personal nature like Alcohol
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