Do not hesitage to give us a call. We are an expert team and we are happy to talk to you.
+256 394 801150
The 14 days Uganda gorillas and wildlife safari is the ideal package to sate the avid adventurer. While on this safari, you will encounter over 13 primate species including; the endangered mountain gorillas and chimpanzees. While on game viewing drives in the various national parks including; Queen Elizabeth National Park, Murchison Falls National Park, and Lake Mburo, you will encounter numerous wildlife species including; zebras, elands, waterbucks, buffaloes, leopards, hyenas, topis, hippos, crocodiles and lions.
Entebbe International Airport
3 Hours Before Flight Time
Your 14 Uganda Gorilla safari will include;
This 14 days Uganda safari adventure begins with a guide picking you from Entebbe airport or your residence in Kampala. Your adventure will begin with a visit to UWEC – Uganda Wildlife Education Center, commonly referred to as Entebbe zoo, for a prime encounter with Uganda’s wildlife. The next adventure will be a birding excursion in Mabamba bay – a home to over 260 bird species.
In the early morning, you will set out on a drive to Lake Mburo National Park. You will enjoy a scenic drive through a serene countryside, lush greenery, steep landscapes, and rugged hills. Once you arrive at the park, you will embark on a guided birding excursion in any of the main birding spots; the swampy valleys of Warukiri and Miriti, the roadsides between Rwonyo camp and the jetty, the viewing platforms at the salt licks, and Rubanga forest.
After having breakfast, you will go for a game drive through any of the park’s main game viewing tracks. You will sight many wildlife species including; zebras, elands, waterbucks, buffaloes, leopards, hyenas and topis. After lunch, you will embark on a 2-hour boat cruise on Lake Mburo. You will spot crocodiles and hippos at the banks, and a variety of water birds. Besides sailing, you can end your day with sport fishing on the lake.
You will embark on a drive to Bwindi Impenetrable National Park in the early morning. Once you arrive at the park, you will take out some time to relax and unwind before embarking on a guided nature walk in any of Bwindi’s major regions. The forest is a habitat to over 120 mammal species and 348 bird species.
You will report at the park headquarters in the early morning for briefing on gorilla trekking etiquette. You will hit one of the trailheads to begin your quest for a habituated gorilla family. The trek lasts between 2-8 hours before you can encounter the gorillas. After the excursion, you will embark on a Batwa trail experience. You will encounter the native pygmy people who will demonstrate their way of life and culture through music, dance and drama.
You will transfer to Lake Bunyonyi in the early morning. When you arrive at the lake, you will go for a boat cruise and visit some of the islands spread across the waters – the lake has 29 islands. Besides setting out on a community visit to encounter the Pygmy Batwa, you can go swimming, biking or canoeing.
Queen Elizabeth National Park will be your next wildlife safari destination. When you arrive, you will go for a guided nature walk in any of the park’s wildlife hubs; Mweya peninsula, the shady Maramagambo forest or along the banks of Ishasha river. While in Maramagambo forest, you will have a chance to explore the famous Bat cave.
Your day will start with a game drive in any of Queen Elizabeth’s main game viewing tracks; Kasenyi, the north Kazinga plains and the fascinating Ishasha sector. Guaranteed wildlife sightings include; buffaloes, antelopes, elephants, warthogs, baboons, and the tree-climbing lions found in Ishasha. In the afternoon, you will go for a boat cruise on Kazinga channel. While at it, you will sight pods of hippos and crocodiles basking at the water banks.
You will embark on a transfer to Kibale National Park in the early morning. When you arrive at the park, you will set out on a guided nature walk in Magombe swamp, a habitat to eight primate species including; the black and white colobus monkeys, grey-cheeked mangabeys, olive baboons, L’hoest’s, red-tailed and blue monkeys.
The day will begin with a chimpanzee trekking excursion in Kibale forest. The trek lasts between 2-6 hours before you can encounter a chimp family. When you finally land on one, you will spend an hour observing its members. Later in the afternoon, you will embark on a birding excursion in Bigodi Wetland Sanctuary. The wetland is a habitat to over 200 bird species.
You will travel to Murchison Falls National Park in the morning. When you arrive, you will embark on a game drive in any of the park’s designated game viewing areas. The delta region, Buligi peninsula and the southern sector are the main tracks. You will spot; elephants, giraffes, antelopes, hippos, buffaloes, and crocodiles at the banks of the Nile. The day’s final excursion will be a hike to the top of the falls.
You will set out on a hot air balloon adventure in the early morning. You will have a bush breakfast and then set out into the air, relishing the panoramic view across the park as you fly over it. After the excursion, you will go for a boat cruise downstream on the Nile – Lake Albert delta. You will spot numerous wildlife and bird species.
You will embark on a guided hike and nature walk in the park. For a sating experience, you can take the trails through Kaniyo-pabidi and Rabongo forests, trek along Mubako junction, and the banks of the Nile. You will sight many primates and a variety of bird species including the rare shoebill stork. Later, you can go sport fishing or embark on community tour.
After breakfast, you will set out on your journey back to Kampala. Along the way, your guide will stop in Nakasongola for you to visit Ziwa rhino sanctuary – the only place in Uganda where rhinos are bred. You will spend 1-2 hours tracking rhinos. The adventure will end when you finally reach the capital.