This itinerary offers the ultimate Uganda experience and is great for the traveler looking to get outside the vehicle and enjoy a variety of activities. Accommodation is comfortable but not luxurious therefore we only recommend this itinerary to adventure travelers. You will have a private guide and vehicle with you throughout your journey.
Your trip begins with two nights in Entebbe as a slow start to your safari. Enjoy a boat cruise on Lake Victoria, a walk through the Entebbe botanical gardens and a visit to the Uganda Wildlife Education Centre. The Botanical Gardens are conveniently located close to town, and allow for good wildlife viewing opportunities. A variety of bird species can be seen here, as well as a number of unusual plant species. Several primate species also reside in the gardens. The Uganda Wildlife Education Centre was founded as a sanctuary for young animals whose parents had been killed by poachers, the UWEC now operates as a conservation education centre, with a mission to promote an understanding of the importance of protecting Uganda’s biodiversity. All the animals at the centre have been rescued from poachers, illegal trade or accidents. Over 50 animal species are represented by over 200 animals.
Next, drive to Ziwa Rhino Reserve for a one night stay. This is a convenient stop on the way to Murchison Falls, this sanctuary is working to breed and repopulate Uganda’s National Parks with rhinoceros.
Continue to Murchsion Falls National Park for 2 nights, home to the most impressive waterfall in East Africa and the centerpiece of the largest wildlife reserve in Uganda. Lions and elephants are the main attraction as well as river boat safaris to the base of the falls where one can often see hippo, buffalo and crocodile.
Next, stay two nights at your lodge in the Kibale Forest, the best location to trek for chimpanzee in Uganda, a large tropical forest which is home to 13 species of primates and more than 325 species of birds.
Continue to Queen Elizabeth National Park for 3 nights staying between 2 different camps and a variety of activities including river cruising on the Kasinga Channel. This is an impressive savanna reserve with broad open grasslands and large herds of elephant, buffalo and oftentimes lions can be found.
Your trip concludes with 2 nights at a lodge in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest – a montane topical forest and home to some of the rarest animals on earth, the endangered mountain gorillas
A truly unique thing about this itinerary is that you will visit Murchison Falls, Queen Elizabeth & Bwindi National Parks as well as Kibale Forest and a rhino sanctuary at a great time of year to see all the wildlife with high chances of seeing predators. Epic guiding and animal viewing guaranteed, including BOTH gorilla and chimpanzee trekking.
13 days / 12 nights