Classic Uganda - Tailor Made Private Guided Safari
Highlights * Gorillas & Chimps * Murchison Falls * Game Drives & Boat Cruises
Arrive in Entebbe for an overnight stay.
Transfer by road with your driver-guide to Murchison Falls National Park. This is where the Nile River explodes dramatically through a narrow 6 metre gorge, creating the magnificent Murchison Falls. Stop en route for a guided walk at Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary. Stay for 2 nights in the park where you’ll take a game drive along the banks of the Nile, on the lookout for resident wildlife, which includes lions, buffalo, elephant, Rothschild giraffe and more. The game viewing continues on a boat cruise to the bottom of the Falls.
Drive to Kibale Forest Reserve for a 2 night stay. It’s a long drive, with stops along the way, but one of Uganda’s highlights is in store – a trek to see the chimpanzees in Kibale Forest. You may well spot other primates too on your walk, which can be quite strenuous.
Leave Kibale after lunch and drive to Queen Elizabeth National Park for 2 nights. Here you’ll enjoy game drives in the park and a boat cruise on the Kazinga Channel, with opportunities to see elephants, hippos and Nile crocodiles as well as the spectacular birdlife.
Another highlight to end the tour on – the Mountain Gorillas in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest. The terrain is steep and the trek is strenuous, but the hour spent in the company of the fascinating gorillas will give you memories to last a lifetime. If you want to do a second gorilla trek during your 3 night stay, please let us know when making your booking, permits are limited and strictly controlled. Other activities in the area include forest walks, bird walks or a cultural visit to the local Batwa tribe.
Fly back to Entebbe and continue your holiday or return home.
This is a sample itinerary which can be personalised for your requirements. Gorilla permits sell out many months in advance, so we recommend booking early.
For your personalised quotation, please contact the African Pride team on 01904 619428 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
See page 140 of the African Pride 2020-21 brochure