Day 1: Arrival and Transfer to Lake Mburo National Park
On your landing in Entebbe International Airport you will be met by your guild/driver for your great gorilla tracking tour/ tour around Uganda. You will then be transferred to the Mantana Camp at Lake Mburo the drive will take approximately 5-6 hours. The flat river valleys of Lake Mburo National Park feature thick thickets of vegetation offering an intriguing environment for wildlife watching. Depending on your arrival time, you may as well have sufficient energy for evening activities, for example game drives, boat cruise or walking. Have dinner and overnight at Mantana Camp. (FB)
Day 2: Transfer to Bwindi Impenetrable National Park
After have morning breakfast at the lodge, have an en-route fantastic game drive through Lake Mburo National Park and continue to Bwindi Impenetrable National Park in Southwestern Uganda. This drive to Bwindi Impenetrable National Park takes approximately 6-7 hours drive with exceptional picturesque perspectives. Lunch will be served en-route and you will arrive in Bwindi National Park in the evening. Have dinner and overnight at Gorilla Resort / Silverback Lodge / Buhoma Community Bandas on Full Board Basis.
Day 3: Gorilla Tracking Tour
With your packed Lunch, bottled drinking water and walking stick, you will head to headquarters of Bwindi National Park for briefings and there after, you will be headed by experienced guide who will bring you amongst a family of mountain gorillas. These primates are extremely rare; with about 720 remaining in the wild very few individuals in the world are lucky enough to see these gorillas in their natural environment. After your gorilla trek you will come back to the lodge. If time allows, you will go for a community stroll in the nearby village of Buhoma. Have your dinner and Overnight at Gorilla Resort / Silverback Lodge / Buhoma Community Bandas on Full Board Basis.
Day 4: Transfer to Queen Elizabeth National Park
This morning you will travel to Queen Elizabeth National Park, be ready for fantastic scenery along the way. This park protects 200km of Rift Valley Savanna, interspersed with patches of forest and crater lakes, an idea area for a safari. You will reach in the Park in time for an evening boat cruise along the excellent Kazinga channel. The boat cruise is offers an excellent platform for photography, bird viewing, or game watching with such differing qualities of life supported by the channel; incorporating hippos, water birds, elephants, buffaloes, crocodiles and the infrequent leopards. Overnight at Jacana Safari Lodge/Mweya Safari Lodge/Hippo Hill Camp/ Simba Safari Lodge on Full Board Basis
Day 5: Kyambura Gorge Walk
This 100m deep Kyambura Gorge is drained by the Kyambura River making a microclimate that supports a thick tropical forest, altogether different to the savannah landscape that encompasses the gorge. Your tour guide will take you for a trek into this gorge, home to a lot of different amazing wildlife, incorporating families of wild chimpanzees which you may be lucky enough to see. Toward the evening your driver/guild will show you around the highlights of Queen Elizabeth National Park, giving you an opportunity to enjoy some of Uganda’s finest game viewing. You will have dinner and overnight at your lodge as on day 4 on full board basis.
Day 6: Transfer to Kibale National Park
After your breakfast you will be transferred to Kibale Forest National Park, along the way with the assistance of your driver / guild there will be chances for game watching. Inside Kibale Forest National Park is a region known as the Bigodi Wetlands, this is a community tourism initiative created to secure the Magombe Swamp. The papyrus chocked wetland is home to different wildlife incorporating 8 primate species, and 140 types of birds. Toward the evening you will visit the Bigodi Wetlands birds and primate sanctuary, where you may only go over a rare shoebill stork or maybe a Central African red colobus. You will have dinner and overnight at Primate Lodge / Kibale Safari Camp / Mountains of the moon Hotel on full board basis.
Day 7: Chimps Tracking Kibale Forest
After early morning breakfast you will go for chimpanzee tracking, through Kibale Forest National Park. Throughout this walk you will have an extremely great opportunity of seeing many of the 13 primate species native to Kibale Forest. Your guides have years of experience inside the forest and they have the ability to answer any of your questions. You will have dinner and overnight at your lodge as on day 6 on full board basis.
Day 8: Transfer to Kampala
Depart for Kampala promptly after breakfast, En-rout stop in Fort Portal Town for lunch on and then proceed to Kampala City for your flight back home.