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Cities in Uganda:   Entebbe - Kampala
Destinations in Uganda:   Central - Central Region

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Exploring the Crater Lakes Region in Uganda

Exploring the Crater Lakes Region in Uganda - Kampala, Uganda

Duration: Flexible
Location: Kampala, Uganda

From USD
$840.00

Kibale Crater Lakes in the Rweteera Safari Park are an ideal base for tourists visiting Kibale Forest National Park, Semliki Game Reserve and Semliki National Park, and Mountain Rwenzori National park. one of Uganda’s most rewarding destinations to explore ... More info ›

Kibale Crater Lakes in the Rweteera Safari Park are an ideal base for tourists visiting Kibale Forest National Park, Semliki Game Reserve and Semliki National Park, and Mountain Rwenzori National park. one of Uganda’s most rewarding destinations to explore.

The camp is within walking distance to Kibale National Park, with all its wonderful African wildlife and spectacular scenery. It is recommended to reach some of the craters by foot. if you would like to incorporate this into your stay please ask your driver / guide.

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7 Day Gorilla Trekking Adventure

7 Day Gorilla Trekking Adventure - Kampala, Uganda

Duration: Flexible
Location: Kampala, Uganda

From USD
$4780.00

This amazing adventure takes us to the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest in Uganda’s mountainous far south-western tip where you will have the opportunity to track Mountain Gorillas.

Bwindi Impenetrable forest is home to one of the richest ecosystems in Africa ... More info ›

This amazing adventure takes us to the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest in Uganda’s mountainous far south-western tip where you will have the opportunity to track Mountain Gorillas.

Bwindi Impenetrable forest is home to one of the richest ecosystems in Africa. Mountain Gorillas are some of the world’s most endangered apes. It is estimated that there are only about 880 left throughout the world. Almost half of them can be found in Uganda, with populations in neighbouring Rwanda and Democratic Republic of Congo.

Day 1: Arrival
On the day of your arrival, we will meet you at the Entebbe International Airport and transfer you to the Papyrus Guesthouse; your accommodation for tonight.

Overnight: Papyrus Guest House (B&B)

Day 2: Entebbe – Bwindi Impenetrable National Park
After an early breakfast and briefing, we will fly you to Kisoro in southern Uganda. During the short flight, you will be able to see Uganda´s beautiful landscape from high up. We will pick you up from the airstrip once the plane lands, and begin our 2 hour journey to Nkuringo.

Overnight: Nkuringo Gorilla Camp

Day 3: Gorilla Trekking
At 8:00 AM, the gorilla trekking will start with a detailed briefing about gorilla etiquette. Once we find them, we will be allowed to spend 1 hour with them.

Overnight: Nkuringo Gorilla Camp

Day 4: Forest Nature walk - Bwindi Forest
You will have the opportunity to undertake a full day of trekking, accompanied by our local guides through the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest.

Overnight: Nkuringo Gorilla Camp


Day 5: Community Walk and Canoe excursion on Lake Mutanda

Depart Nkuringo after breakfast with your safari guide to commence a walk to Lake Mutanda after having been dropped by your safari vehicle at Rubuguri Junction. Here, a 9km walk to the north shore of the lake is conducted where the dugout canoe team will rendezvous at the Rwajenje landing site with you to complete a traverse of the lake over 2 and 1/2 hours to the southern shore. From the southern shore, it is a 90 minute walk into Kisoro town.

Overnight: Volcanoes Mgahinga Lodge

Day 6: Golden Monkey Tracking
Mount Gahinga National Park is at 33 km, the smallest national park, but its flora and fauna and the 3 volcanoes offer a wide range of activities. Golden Monkeys are a unique species which can only be found on the volcanoes of the Virunga and in Nungwe forest in Rwanda. The tracking and viewing activity is generally conducted over a 4 to 5 hour window.

Optional activity – Mt Sabinyo Volcano Climb
Tracking Approx 8 hours
After breakfast, proceed to Mgahinga National Park head quarters for a briefing before starting a Volcano climb of Mount Sabinyo. Mt. Sabinyo, at 3,669m, takes about eight hours to cover the 14km round trip, following a steep ridge up to the peak this trek will be conducted in the company of your Nkuringo Walking Safari guide.

Overnight: Gahinga Lodge

Day 7: Transfer to Kisoro Airstrip – Entebbe
We will drive back to Kisoro for your flight back to Entebbe.





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12 Day Rwenzori Trek with Safari

12 Day Rwenzori Trek with Safari  - Kampala, Uganda

Duration: 12 days
Location: Kampala, Uganda

From USD
$4727.40

The Rwenzoris, or the “Mountains of the Moon”, have a celebrated beauty. Shrouded almost perpetually in mist, they have a seducing, eerie quality that led to many wondrous tales about them through the ages.

Rwenzori is known primarily for its challenging hiking and climbing possibility with a unique among East African Mountains ... More info ›

The Rwenzoris, or the “Mountains of the Moon”, have a celebrated beauty. Shrouded almost perpetually in mist, they have a seducing, eerie quality that led to many wondrous tales about them through the ages.

Rwenzori is known primarily for its challenging hiking and climbing possibility with a unique among East African Mountains. Rwenzori is not Volcanic in Origin, but it rises directly from the Rift valley floor. Its range also supports a diversity of animals including mammals and about 177 bird species, with several being Albertine Rift Endemics. It’s the highest mountain range in Africa, with its Loftiest peaks, Margherita (5,109m) and Alexandra (5083m) on Mount Stanley, are exceeded in altitude elsewhere in Africa only by Kilimanjaro and Mt. Kenya.

Day 1: Arrival Entebbe International Airport and transfer to Papyrus Guesthouse for overnight stay.

Day 2: Entebbe: After breakfast and briefing, take off to Mt Rwenzori National Park (also known as the Mountains of the Moon). Enjoy lunch in Fort Portal and continue to Mihunga where we overnight.

Day 3: Trek to Nyabitaba (2650m). Start the trek to Nyakalengija trail head (1600m). We will follow the trail along the Mubuku River to then cross the Mahoma River before climbing through Podocarpus Forest.

Day 4: Trek to John Matte Hut (3350m) . Follow a small trail dropping down through the forest to the Kurt Shafer Bridge, below the convergence of the Bujuku and Mubuku Rivers. The forest gradually turns into a bamboo zone where the trail is slippery and moss covered.

Day 5: Trek to Bujuku Hut (2900m). The trail crashes down to cross the Bujuku River and enters Lower Bigo Bog, home of giant lobelias. We will cross the bog to the Upper Bog before continuing to Lake Bujuku where for views of the highest mountain.

Day 6: Trek to Elena Hut. After Bujuku, we will climb the boggy trail up the slopes west of the lake, passing through the paranormal groundsel gully and then ascend to the Scott Elliott Pass (4372m).

Day 7: Ascent to Mt. Stanley (5109 metres) to Kitandara Hut (4027m). If you don't wish to climb the peak, have a more restful day walking from Elena Hut (4541 metres) to Lake Kitandara (4023m). Continue to climb a further three hours to Margherita peak (5109 metres) and later down to Kitandara Hut.

Day 8: Trek to Guy Yeopman Hut (3260m). Climb from the base of Mt. Baker to the south side of the mountain to the Fresh Field Pass (4280m). From there we can view the Congo to the west, Mt. Stanley to the north. From the pass, the boggy trail will continue downwards, passing the rock shelter at Bujangalo, the base camp for the historic expedition by the Duke of Abruzzi in 1906.

Day 9: Trek to Nyakalengija Trail Head (1600m ASL). Safari extension to Queen Elizabeth National Park hence spend the overnight

Day 10: Queen Elizabeth National Park. Proceed to Park for the AM Game drive in the Kasenyi sector of Queen Elizabeth National Park the tracks through Kasenyi, the North Kazinga Plains offer virtually guaranteed of Wildlife.In the afternoon conduct boat cruise on the Kazinga Channel. O/N at Mweya Safari Lodge

Day 11: Lake Mburo NP. After breakfast proceed to Lake Mburo National Park. Enroute stopover at the Igongo Cultural Centre for lunch and learn about the culture of the Western Uganda tribe. Proceed to the Lodge; you can view game from your room. O/N at Mihingo Lodge

Day 12 – Lake Mburo National Park to Entebbe .The wildlife-rich eastern banks of Lake Mburo can be explored during a tranquil two-hour boat trip. Depart after early lunch with coffee break at the Equator to then transfer to Entebbe International Airport for Flight.

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10 Days Classic Uganda Primate Tour and Community Work

10 Days Classic Uganda Primate Tour and Community Work - Kampala, Uganda

Duration: 10 days
Location: Kampala, Uganda

From USD
$7353.00

This Classic Primate tour combines the safari highlights of Uganda such as the exciting chimpanzee tracking in the African rain forests of Kibale National Park, with an optional full day chimpanzee habituation experience, impressive Game drives in the vast African Savannah plains of Queen Elizabeth National Park and of course the unforgettable gorilla trekking in the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park.

This safari also gives you an opportunity to join our “voluntourism program” and spare two days on your safari to serve in the community ... More info ›

This Classic Primate tour combines the safari highlights of Uganda such as the exciting chimpanzee tracking in the African rain forests of Kibale National Park, with an optional full day chimpanzee habituation experience, impressive Game drives in the vast African Savannah plains of Queen Elizabeth National Park and of course the unforgettable gorilla trekking in the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park.

This safari also gives you an opportunity to join our “voluntourism program” and spare two days on your safari to serve in the community.

Day 1- Arrival at Entebbe Airport& transfer to Papyrus Guesthouse on BB


Day 2 - Entebbe – Kibale Forest National Park

After breakfast, set off for KINP. This park offers some of the most varied tracts of tropical forest in Uganda. The drive takes 5 -7 hours, in time for lunch in Fort Portal. After lunch, shake off the long drive with a walk to the famous “top of the world” along the crater lakes.
O/N: Ndali Lodge, FB

Day 3 - Chimpanzee tracking - Queen Elizabeth National Park
Start early by tracking chimpanzees in KINP. Learn about the flora and fauna of the national park.
After the tracking, drive leisurely southwards to QENP, the most popular park in Uganda. It offers diverse ecosystems, classic big game,10 primate and over 600 bird species. Explore the park in a extensive evening game drive.
O/N: Katara Lodge, FB

Day 4 - Queen Elizabeth National Park
Spend the day exploring the park further, with an early morning game drive, then a boat trip on Kazinga Channel followed by the drive southwards to the Ishasha sector, re-known for tree climbing lions.
O/N: Ishasha Jungle Lodge, FB

Day 5 - Bwindi Impenetrable National Park
Drive further south to BINP one of Uganda´s oldest and most diverse rainforests, home to more than 320 mountain gorillas, 400 plants, 120 mammal and over 350 species of birds. Walk for 7 hours through the forest from Buhoma to Nkuringo on the southern side.
O/N: Nkuringo Gorilla Camp En-suite Cottage, FB

Day 6 – Gorilla tracking
Start the most exciting day of your safari with an 8am briefing about gorilla etiquette. Hike the impenetrable forest till you find the gorillas. For 1hour you are allowed to watch those majestic giants! Depending on the duration of the track you can either relax in the afternoon at the lodge or go for another walk around and explore the village.
O/N: Nkuringo Gorilla Lodge, FB

Day 7 – 8 – Community Work
Use your profession, talents and gifts to serve! Construction, Carpentry, Farming, Art, etc.
Join our “voluntourism program” and spare 2 days on your safari to serve in the community. All skills are welcome.
O/N: Nkuringo Gorilla Camp En-suite Cottage, FB

Day 9 - Walking& canoe excursion Lake Mutanda – transfer to Lake Bunyonyi
Explore the Nkuringo area by spend the day walking and canoeing. Our Walking Safari guide will take you past villages, farms, churches. At Lake Mutanda, enjoy your lunch before getting into the dugout canoes that will take you to the other side. Sit back, relax and enjoy.
Meet up with your vehicle for transfer to Lake Bunyonyi, the deepest Crater Lake in Uganda.
O/N: Bird’s Nest Lake Bunyonyi, FB

Day 10 – Lake Bunyonyi – Entebbe – Late evening flight transfer
After Breakfast depart L. Bunyonyi for Entebbe, with lunch en-route at Igongo Cultural centre in Mbarara, then proceed via the Equator for a coffee break enroute.
Day room-use at Papyrus Guesthouse, and later transfer for evening flight back home.

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7-Day Best of Uganda Gorilla Safari and Wildlife Experience

7-Day Best of Uganda Gorilla Safari and Wildlife Experience - Kampala, Uganda

Duration: 7 days
Location: Kampala, Uganda

From USD
$8165.00

This 7 day Uganda trip includes a 3 day gorilla safari and 3 day Kidepo Valley National Park that takes you to Bwindi, the impenetrable forest and home to the mountain gorillas, one of the most endangered apes in the world. Kidepo National Park is rated one of the best parks in Africa ... More info ›

This 7 day Uganda trip includes a 3 day gorilla safari and 3 day Kidepo Valley National Park that takes you to Bwindi, the impenetrable forest and home to the mountain gorillas, one of the most endangered apes in the world. Kidepo National Park is rated one of the best parks in Africa. Most of the animal species present in the Uganda National Park system are present including the lion, giraffe, elephant, buffalo, leopard, ostrich and cheetah. Truly one of the best kept secrets of Uganda.

Day 1:
On your arrival, meet your guide at Entebbe International Airport who will transfer you to Lake Heights for your accommodation.

Day 2: Entebbe – Bwindi Impenetrable National Park
After an early breakfast and briefing, fly to Kisoro in southern Uganda. During the short flight you will be able to see Uganda's diversity. Be picked up from the airstrip and driven up to Nkuringo. After lunch, there will be a community walk with one of our guides from the camp. Overnight at Clouds Mountain Gorilla Lodge.

Day 3: Gorilla Trekking

Transfer to the visitor’s reception to track a Nkuringo Gorilla group in the southern part of Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park after you’ve been briefed at 8:00am. Once you have found the gorillas, you will be able to spend an hour with them observing. Your time in the forest cannot be pre-determined as every day is different from the previous. Return to your vehicle and proceed directly back to the lodge.

Day 4: Kisoro - Entebbe
You will be driven back to Kisoro for your flight back to Entebbe. Arriving at Entebbe International Airport, there will be a connecting flight to Kidepo to wait for. The flight takes approximately 2.5-hours to Kidepo. Be picked up from the airstrip and dropped off at Apoka Lodge for check-in. There will be time to relax and have lunch. After, there will be an evening game drive through Kidepo. Overnight at the Apoka lodge.

Day 5: Kidepo Valley National Park
After an early morning breakfast, set off for a 2-3 hour game drive to Kidepo Valley National Park in search of lions, cheetahs and leopards. Return to the lodge to enjoy the mid-morning with an open swimming pool within sight of the wildlife from the lodge. The lodge offers a viewing platform for wildlife and often at night you will hear the lions and hyenas. Lunch will be served following an evening game drive. Overnight at Apoka lodge.

Day 6: Kidepo Valley Park – Cultural visit
Kidepo is a wildlife bonanza where you can either conduct a morning nature walk accompanied by a ranger escort or take another game drive. In the afternoon, visit the nearby village of Karamojong. The Karamojongs are related to the Masai in Kenya and were mostly nomadic pastoralists. They have been recently been introduced to farming and agriculture. Learn more about the culture and their dance. Overnight at Apoka Lodge.

Day 7: Morning Game Drive
After the morning activities and lunch, you will be transferred to Entebbe. You will be at the Papyrus Guesthouse for day use. Transfer to Entebbe International Airport for your evening flight.

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3 Days Trip To Murchison Falls

3 Days Trip To Murchison Falls - Kampala, Uganda Star Rating

Duration: 3 days
Location: Kampala, Uganda

From USD
$864.00

Enjoy a 3 day safari through Uganda, during which you will visit Murchison Falls National Park to view scenic waterfalls and a sunrise game drive where you can see various wildlife, including buffaloes, giraffes, warthogs, lions, primates, and birds. Enjoy a boat cruise on the Victoria Nile for photographic opportunities, and visit the top of the falls.

Day 1: Travel to Murchison Falls National Park (5-6hrs)

You will have an early breakfast and drive to Murchison Falls National Park passing through beautiful woodlands and Savannah grasslands ... More info ›

Enjoy a 3 day safari through Uganda, during which you will visit Murchison Falls National Park to view scenic waterfalls and a sunrise game drive where you can see various wildlife, including buffaloes, giraffes, warthogs, lions, primates, and birds. Enjoy a boat cruise on the Victoria Nile for photographic opportunities, and visit the top of the falls.

Day 1: Travel to Murchison Falls National Park (5-6hrs)

You will have an early breakfast and drive to Murchison Falls National Park passing through beautiful woodlands and Savannah grasslands. This journey takes 6-7 hours with stopovers at interesting tourist attractions en route. 

Go straight to tour the top and bottom of majestic falls, where the Nile crashes through a 22 foot (7 m.) gorge to the 147 foot (45 m.) falls. Numerous scenic viewpoints are a photographers’ delight. The most impressive view is the foaming waters rushing into the gorge with a deafening roar. You will have dinner and stay overnight at your choice of the Red Chilli Rest Camp, Windsor Hotel, or Parkside Safari Lodge.

Day 2: Game Drive and Boat Cruise

You will wake up very early and set off at 6.30am for a sunrise game drive in the Nyamsika plateau. You can possibly see Cape buffaloes, Rothschild’s giraffes, Uganda kob, hartebeest and waterbucks. You may also spot oribi, bushbuck, Bohor reedbuck, shy sitatunga, bush duiker, warthog and bush pig. Large carnivores including lions, leopards and spotted hyenas like to make an appearance, too. Chimpanzees and olive baboons head the list of six species of primates found in the park. Crocodiles and hippos will be seen along the banks of the Nile. Some of the more common birds that can be seen include goliath heron, Egyptian geese, pelican, bee-eaters, kingfishers, hornbill, cormorant, saddle-bill stork and the rare shoebill stork.

You will return to your lodge for a late breakfast and some relaxation before setting off in the afternoon for a boat cruise on the placid Victoria Nile, upstream, to the base of the falls. The boat stops just feet from the “Devil’s Cauldron” for pictures to be taken. You will return to your lodge for dinner and overnight stay.

 Day 3: Visit to the top of the Falls and travel back to Kampala

After your breakfast, nature and community walk, you will have a chance of spotting other primates like the red tail and blue monkeys who hang out with many more species of birds. Proceed to Kampala after your memorable experience with stories to share.

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