This 9-day tour takes you to the southwest and west Uganda. A varied journey including a visit to the mountain gorillas in Bwindi, the only place in the world where these gorillas still live. Furthermore, the Queen Elizabeth National Park for a safari, a day in Fort Portal, and a visit to Hoima.
The price does not include flights.
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- Entry Fees
- Personal Guide
- Airport Transfers
Flight to Entebbe Airport, Uganda. Overnight in the Entebbe area.
Transfer from Entebbe to Lake Bunyonyi, overnight on the lake.
The day will start with breakfast, after which you will take a boat trip on the lake to surrounding islands and meet the locals. In the afternoon, we headed towards Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, known as the home of the amazing gorillas, the only place in the world where these gorillas still live. Overnight stay in the vicinity of the park.
Breakfast is ready early in the morning, with a packed lunch. Head to Park HQ for a briefing on how to act as you join rangers in search of the gorillas. It may take some time, but when you eventually find them, you will spend an hour with the gorillas. You have plenty of time to take photos and movies. The trek is strenuous, but the result is worth it. Afterwards, you will return to the headquarters to issue certificates. Overnight stay in the vicinity of the park.
After breakfast, head to the Queen Elizabeth Safari Park. Overnight stay in the vicinity of the park.
Have an early breakfast and leave for a morning Game Drive (safari). After lunch a boat trip on the Kazinga Canal, where you can see animals that come to drink water, such as water birds, crocodiles, hippos, elephants. Overnight stay in the vicinity of the park.
After breakfast we drive to Fort Portal, where the palace of the King of Tooro is located, one of the royal houses in Uganda. We stay one night in a guesthouse with a Dutch owner.
Departure to Hoima. Visit to Albert Lake. Lake Albert is one of the great lakes in central Africa. It ranks seventh in the row of Great Lakes and is located on the border of Uganda and the Democratic Republic of the Congo (formerly Zaire). The lake is approximately 160 kilometers long and 30 kilometers wide. The deepest point is around 50m deep and it is just over 600m above sea level. Overnight in Hoima.
Return to Kampala, visit souvenir market, then Entebbe for the return flight