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This 5 days Uganda safari is the ideal package for the primate – wildlife lover. A trip to Kibale National Park guarantees you an encounter with 13 primate species including; the endangered chimpanzees, baboons and various monkey species. A visit to Queen Elizabeth National Park is your chance to encounter over 95 mammal species including the noteworthy tree-climbing lions. The park is also a habitat to over 600 bird species.
Entebbe International Airport
3 Hours Before Flight Time
Your 5 Days Kibale – Queen Elizabeth National Parks Uganda Safari including;
This safari begins when you embark on a drive to Southern Uganda – the location of Kibale National Park. You will have lunch in Fort Portal town and while there, you will pay a brief visit to the ‘Amabere ga nyina mwiru’ caves and the Karambi royal tombs. When you arrive at the park, you will take out some time to unwind and then embark on a guided nature walk in Bigodi Wetland Sanctuary.
The major highlight of the day will be the Kanyanchu primate walk. You will embark on a guided quest for the 13 primate species found in Kibale. The prime activity of the morning will however be a chimpanzee trekking excursion. You will encounter one of the habituated chimp families and then go ahead to see the various monkey species. In the afternoon, you will go for a guided birding excursion along the boardwalk trail and the various viewing platforms in Bigodi Wetland Sanctuary. The area has over 138 bird species.
You will embark on a transfer to Queen Elizabeth National Park in the early morning. Once you arrive at the park, you will drive north of Mweya peninsula to engage in the famous crater drive. You will explore the crater lakes in the region and also enjoy a splendid view across the great Western Rift Valley and its escarpments, the Rwenzori mountains, Kazinga channel and lakes Edward and George.
You will go for a game drive through any of the park’s demarcated game viewing tracks; Kasenyi, the north Kazinga plains and Ishasha region. You will sight numerous wildlife and have a glimpse of the tree-climbing lions stretched out amidst massive tree branches in Ishasha. You will go for an afternoon boat cruise on Kazinga channel. While on it, you will spot pods of hippos, crocodiles and buffaloes basking in the rising sun along the water banks.
A birding excursion in any of the park’s major spots will be the highlight of the morning. The park has over 600 bird species found in; Maramagambo forest, Kazinga channel, Mweya peninsula, Kasenyi plains, Lake Kikorongo, Ishasha sector, Katunguru bridge area and Katwe area. The park has over 54 raptor and many migratory species. You will later set off on a return drive to Kampala.