5 Days Uganda Gorillas & Wildlife Safari

The most visited park of Uganda, the western region has a terrific adventure in store for you. You will get 5 Days to enjoy Uganda’s unrivaled scenery, weather and variety of flora and fauna. The second-largest national park in Uganda is Queen Elizabeth National Park, which receives the most visitors. There are over 500 unique bird species, tree-climbing lions, breathtaking scenery, and more.

Unquestionably, Bwindi Impenetrable National Park is among the Must-See destinations in the world. The most endangered mountain gorillas living on the African continent can be found there in great numbers. You can take part in a wildlife drive, boat trip, guided nature walks, and optional cultural tours as part of this safari package.

Detailed Trip.

Day 1: Arrival and transfer to Bwindi impenetrable National Park.

You will meet and greet our safari guide upon arrival at Entebbe International Airport or at any other prearranged meet-up location. He or she will accompany you during the entire journey. Before beginning the drive to the west of the country, you will receive a briefing on what to anticipate throughout the journey.

The drive takes about 9 to 10 hours, during which time you will see the beautiful scenery, lush vegetation, dotted homesteads, and more. After stopping for lunch, you’ll continue to the Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, where you’ll check into a lodge in one of the park’s four sectors. After dinner, retire to bed.

Day 2: Gorilla Trekking and Batwa cultural adventure

You will choose lunch and put on your tracking gear after a dawn breakfast at the lodge. You will then head to the park headquarters for a pre-trek briefing from the knowledgeable ranger guides, who will go over the dos and don’ts of trekking. Following the briefing, you will follow the apes from their last known location to where they are believed to be feeding or relaxing. The duration of the search is between two and eight hours, with an extra hour for photographing and closely observing the distinctive habits of the silverbacks, youngstars, infants, and other individuals.

You have an opportunity to identify numerous additional birds, primates, and forest mammals that live nearby the jungle, as well as learn about the meaning of plants. You will return to the lodge for refreshments following your gorilla trekking experience, and then you can choose to go on an optional cultural adventure with the Batwa pygmies. These people were once forest hunters and gatherers, and they will entertain you with village walks, dances, and songs. After that, you can have dinner and take a relaxing snooze at the resort.

Day 3: Depart Bwindi impenetrable National Park to Queen Elizabeth National Park

Following a leisurely breakfast at the lodge, you will check out and travel to Queen Elizabeth National Park, stopping along the way to enjoy lunch and go on an hour-long wildlife drive in search of the tree climbing lions, where on a lucky day you might catch one lounging at the top of a tree. You will observe the lunchtime plants, take pictures, and identify the numerous bird species there. Dinner will be served at the conclusion of the day, followed by a restful dinner.

Day 4: Game drive and Boat cruise

Enjoy delicious breakfast at the lodge this morning before embarking on a fulfilling 3- to 4-hour game drive. You might come across numerous birds and creatures that are grazing, hunting, or resting. The lions, hippos, warthogs, many antelope species, elephants, cape buffaloes, and other animals are notable residents.

Following the game drive, you’ll have lunch at the lodge before taking a boat trip down the Kazinga Channel in the evening. You can observe hippos, crocodiles, and other aquatic species along the beach during the two-hour boat ride. Dinner and bedtime bring an end to this day.

Day 5: Departure

After breakfast, you will check out of the lodge and begin the lengthy trip to Kampala’s Entebbe International Airport. At the equator, there will be a halt for photos, lunch, and some downtime. A safe Deperture, or finish of the journey, will be guaranteed by the driver guide.

End of safari

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