Uganda Luxury Gorilla Tracking

  • Day 1
    Day 1    Kampala

    On arrival in Kampala, you will be met by the company representative who will then take you to your hotel of stay. You will be spending your first night in Kampala the capital city of Uganda. Accommodation on BB: Serena Kampala

  • Day 2
    Day 2    Kampala - Murchison Falls

    Depart Kampala in the morning after breakfast to head to Murchison Falls. Uganda\'s largest and oldest national park, the park was established in 1952 and acts as a conservation area to untamed wilderness and savannahs, split through the middle by the dramatic River Nile. The River Nile is on its journey from its source at Lake Victoria to join Lake Albert when it is suddenly channelled into a gorge only six meters wide, and cascades 43 meters below. The earth literally trembles at Murchison Falls - one of the world\'s most powerful flows of natural water, and the reason the park is named after these incredible waters. Murchison Falls has had a turbulent history and suffered greatly with poaching. It was not until the 1980s that poaching stopped and the animal population increased rapidly with sightings of lion, elephant, hippo, waterbuck, leopard and hyena increasing. With a variety of ecosystems and prolific birdlife, over 450 species recorded in the park including numerous raptors and the shoebill stork this is a wildlife enthusiast\'s paradise. Accommodation on FB: Baker’s Lodge

  • Day 3
    Day 3    Murchison Falls

    Wake to the sounds of the river and get ready for a half-day game drive along the northern banks of the Nile, providing the chance to see elephant, giraffe, lion and an impressive variety of birds. Return to camp for lunch and some relaxation, before embarking on a Nile cruise which promises some exhilarating encounters with the local wildlife. Accommodation on FB: Baker’s Lodge

  • Day 4
    Day 4    Murchison Falls - Kibale Forest

    We depart Murchison Falls as you now starting going downwards to Kibale Forest. One of the most accessible Uganda\'s major rainforests Kibale National Park is home to some 13 species of primates included the red colobus and L\'Hoest\'s monkeys. The major attraction in this spectacular park however is the opportunity to trek habituated chimps. These apes, which are more closely related to humans than any other living creature are a delight to watch as they go about their daily lives in the forest. Botanists and butterfly lovers will also enjoy the network of shaded forest trails and with no less than 335 different recorded bird species it is a bird lover’s paradise. For those who are extremely fortunate you may get to see the elusive forest elephant. Kibale National Park is also home to other forest dwellers including buffalo, giant forest hog and antelope. Accommodation on FB: Kyaninga Lodge

  • Day 5
    Day 5    Kibale Forest

    Kibale’s rich rainforest is the natural habitat of primate species and over 300 species of bird. Take guided walks through the lush greenery, looking for families of chimpanzee and red colobus mon-keys chattering and swinging through the trees. Set against a stunning backdrop of Lake Kyaninga and the legendary Mountains of the Moon in the distance, Kyaninga Lodge is the result of six years of commitment creating an experience not to be missed. Each of the eight cottages are built on platforms and set apart to offer fantastic views, privacy and tranquillity. Each of the spacious cottage are beautifully appointed with an indoor sitting area which leads out to a private deck where you can enjoy morning coffee or tea and views over the lake and the Mountains of the Moon. Accommodation on FB: Kyaninga Lodge

  • Day 6
    Day 6    Kibale Forest - Queen Elizabeth Park

    Queen Elizabeth National Park, a three-hour drive from Kibale. The National Park is named after Queen Elizabeth I and it is most popular tourist destination. It contains a wonderful diversity of ecosystems varying from the wide open spaces of savannah to shady forests, sparkling lakes and wetlands with large bird populations. All the classical Big Game are found in the park and more than 600 species of birds. Its fame relates to some of the rarest primate species found on earth. The park offers some magnificent views of the Rwenzori Mountains, large craters and green rolling hills. Kyambura Lodge, at the eastern edge of the park, offers fantastic views over the wilderness to the Rwenzori Mountains. If you have more time, you can visit the Kyambura Women’s Coffee Cooperative and its coffee processing station or the wetland reserve to spot birds. Accommodation on FB: Kyambura Gorge Safari Lodge

  • Day 7
    Day 7    Queen Elizabeth National Park

    Queen Elizabeth is a diverse wilderness. As well as brilliant birding, the park also encompasses the Kazinga Channel, home to the world’s highest concentration of hippos – take a boat trip to get up close. The park is also famed for its tree-climbing lions (be sure to scan the branches of the huge fig trees), while the winding Crater Drive is the best way to peer into the numerous craters, some filled by lakes, that pock the valley floor. Accommodation on FB: Kyambura Gorge Safari Lodge

  • Day 8
    Day 8    Queen Elizabeth Park - Bwindi Impenetrable National Park

    The Bwindi Impenetrable National Park lies in south-west of Uganda along the edge of the Rift Valley. It contains Uganda’s oldest and most biologically diverse rainforests dating back over 25,000 years and it contains no less than 400 species of plants. More famously, this mist covered “impenetrable forest” also protects an estimated 320 mountain gorillas – half of the world’s population. Amongst these are several habituated groups, which can be tracked. Here you will have the opportunity to track these rare, magnificent, strangely human animals is one of the very greatest travel experiences. Sanctuary Gorilla Forest Camp, a luxury tented camp resting on a mountainside, is an ideal base for gorilla treks. Accommodation on FB: Sanctuary Gorilla Forest Camp

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Uganda, the “Pearl of Africa”

The Rift Valley landscapes and tropical forests make dramatic backdrops to an extensive variety of flora and fauna. This is one of the East Africa’s fertile land as you will witness yourself as you go by. This tour is meant to bring you up close and candid with some of the most rare species remaining in this world. Almost being extinct, it is the high time you come and see them with your own eyes and don’t wait for the history books to read. The activities in this ever green country are endless; from visiting of caves, horse riding, Chimp tracking, Gorilla tracking, nature and forest walks/hiking, mountain and volcano climbing, sport fishing, boat launch.

What is Expected

Chimpanzees Tracking Forest Hiking
  • • Hike through Kibale’s lush rainforest, looking for chimpanzees
Bird Watching
  • • Spot some of the 600 bird species of Queen Elizabeth National Park
  • • Cruise the Kazinga Channel for close hippo encounters
Gorilla Tracking
  • • Spend magical moments with mountain gorillas in Bwindi National Park

Uganda Gorilla Tracking

  • Days Place Duration:
  • Day 1 Kampala
  • Day 2 Kampala - Murchison Falls
  • Day 3 Murchison Falls
  • Day 4 Murchison Falls - Kibale Forest
  • Day 5 Kibale Forest
  • Day 6 Kibale Forest - Queen Elizabeth Park
  • Day 7 Queen Elizabeth National Park
  • Day 8 Queen Elizabeth Park - Bwindi Impenetrable National Park
  • Day 9 Bwindi Gorilla Trekking
  • Day 10 Bwindi - Lake Mburo
  • Day 11 Lake Mburo - Kampala