Arrival at Entebbe , meeting at the airport with an English-speaking guide, transfer to the hotel. Rest.
You are advised to change the money depending on the time of arrival.
On this day, time will allow you to go on a city tour with the help of our driver / guide, visit shopping centers around the city and craft villages to get items that you may need during the trip. You can visit the Botanical Gardens for an additional fee of $ 10 per person, or visit the Uganda Wildlife Education Center for an additional fee of $ 15 per person, or go sunset with cheese and wine on Lake Victoria for an additional fee of $ 85 per person.
Accommodation: Cassia Lodge, Breakfast Breakfast
In the morning, a boat trip to Lake Victoria, visit the Mabamba Swamps, where you will have the opportunity to find a rare whalebird bird with a local ornithologist guide.
Departure to the Murchison Falls National Park. But first, we will call on a visit to the rhinos in Zziwa Rhino Sanctuary, where you can get close to these gray giants.
Upon arrival at Murchison Falls Park, check into a hotel.
Accommodation: Pakuba Safari Lodge, full board meals
Early breakfast and departure for a safari in Murchison Falls National Park.
Elephants, buffalos, giraffes, numerous species of antelopes are the most visible inhabitants of the park. If you go further, you can see large predators, including lions, leopards and spotted hyenas.
After lunch, departure for a boat cruise along the Nile. You will see hippos, crocodiles, elephants. This park is especially rich in rare birds.
The moment when the boat stops 10 meters from the seething base of the waterfall is impressive. Return to the lodge.
Accommodation: Pakuba Safari Lodge, full board meals
Long transfer to Fort Portal, located at the foot of the Lunar Mountains.
Stop for lunch on the way.
Then follow to Kibale National Park, which has the largest variety of primates in Africa.
Upon arrival, check into a hotel. Rest.
Accommodation at Crater Safari Lodge, full board meals
In the morning, an unforgettable walk through the humid evergreen Kibale rainforest awaits you during which you will see chimpanzees in their natural habitats.
After a walk, drive to Queen Elizabeth National Park.
Queen Elizabeth Park is a vast area of open expanse of savannah and tropical rain forests, impassable swamps and picturesque crater lakes. Edward Lake is one of the most picturesque in the rift fault chain. Rich in fish, it attracts pelicans, cormorants, gulls, herons, coliises, ibises and many other birds.
On a scale of biological diversity, this park is rightfully recognized as one of the richest in the world. The animal world is represented by more than 100 species of mammals, including: hippos, lions, buffalos, leopards, spotted hyenas and giant forest boars.
After lunch, departure for a 2-hour cruise along the Kazinga Canal and Lake Edward. During the cruise you will observe an unusually high concentration of hippos, as well as many animals coming to the watering place. Do not forget to prepare cameras, here you will have the perfect opportunity for a photo safari.
Accommodation at Park view safari lodge, full board meals
An early morning safari in the park. In the crater lakes area you can see large flocks of pink flamingos. On land you can see lions climbing trees, a secretive leopard, a herd of buffalo and elephants, different types of antelopes and other animals.
Transfer to the southern sector of Queen Elizabeth Park, Ishasha Sector, safari.
This part of the park is famous for lions climbing trees and large herds of buffalo, antelopes surrounded by beautiful nature. The landscape here is mixed, it is a combination of rain jengles, plain shrouds and equatorial forests. Return to the lodge. Dinner, rest.
Accommodation Enjojo Lodge, full board meals
In the morning, leave the lodge, on the road another safari to Ishasha.
Transfer to Bwindi Mountain Reserve.
Bwindi Forest is an old, complex, and very rich biosystem. The diversity of species is a feature of the park, due to its ecological significance, it has become a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Among the East African forests in Bwindi is the richest population of trees, small mammals, reptiles and butterflies.
The forest is a paradise for bird lovers, more than 300 species live here, including 24 endemic species that can only be seen here.
Accommodation at Gorilla Safari Lodge, full board meals
Early rise. A hot breakfast will give you the strength you need to hike to the mountain gorillas.
At 8 am, check-in at the starting point of the route and meeting with a guide who will lead the group to the gorillas. The road passes through a dense forest, through which sometimes it is necessary to literally cut through thick vines in search of traces of gorillas. It can take from one to five hours to search, so you need to be prepared for good physical activity. In advance, choose comfortable shoes with a good tread for this.
The result of all efforts will be an unforgettable meeting with the gorillas . Being next to them you will observe the behavior of these amazing creatures, listen to how they communicate with each other, and of course marvel at the huge size of the dominant male, which can be recognized by the silver wool on its back. It is amazing to realize that there are only about 700 individuals of these unique creations in the world!
After the hike, Departure to Lake Bunoni , where you will have the opportunity to observe the fatalistic bird world.
Accommodation at the lodge. Dinner. Rest.
Accommodation at BirdNest resort, full board meals
Departure from Bwindi to Kigali.
You can go on a tour of the city of Kigali today or tomorrow - visit the Museum of Genocide, local markets, coffee houses and craft workshops
Accommodation in Urban by cityblue Kigali, food breakfast
Transfer to the airport, departure home