5 DAYS UGANDA INCLUDING QENP AND BWINDI
A 4 day safari which starts in Kampala and finishes in Kampala
This safari starts FROM Kampala to Queen Elizabeth National Park (QENP) to see the great game of Africa in the magnificent QENP – elephant, lion, buffalo, hippo and leopard. Around Ishasha visit the tree-climbing lions lounging on old fig trees. Then continue to track gorillas in the primeval forest of Bwindi and back to Kampala.
Arrival and Over night
You will be picked up by your driver guide from Asyanut Safaris from the Airport to Golf Course Hotel in Kampala. Check in for the night and rest after your trip. (BB)
Day 1: Travel from Kampala
After morning breakfast check out of your hotel and transfer to QENP via the equator for a few
Experiments, then to Mbarara proceeding to Queen Elizabeth National Park. Situated on the floor of Albertine Rift Valley it contains varied vegetative habitats, including savannah, acacia woodland, forest, wetland and open water which support a variety of mammals (100) and about 612 bird species. As you drive to the lodge you will have a short game drive en-route to the lodge, Check in and have lunch. After lunch enjoy an afternoon boat ride on the Kazinga Channel with the world’s largest concentration of hippos. We spot also buffalos, hyenas, leopards, monitor lizards and a number of snakes, including pythons and cobras. Overnight at Mweya Safari Lodge. (FB)
Day 2: Queen Elizabeth National Park
Early morning game drive to see the various savannah animals that QENP has to offer, return to have your full breakfast then check out and transfer to Bwindi via Ishahsha sector for possible sitting of the tree climbing lions enroute to Bwindi. You will stay overnight at Ruhija Gorilla lodge (FB).
Day 3: 27th September 2012. Bwindi National Park
Today you will track the endangered gorillas. Morning Gorilla tracking and afternoon nature /community walk, dinner and overnight at Silver back Lodge. (FB)
This impenetrable ancient forest is found in the mountain landscape of south-western Uganda. Its great age, 25,000 years, has produced an impressive biodiversity including 350 birds, 310 butterflies, 200 trees, 51 reptiles and 88 moths. However, most Bwindi’s visitors are interested in only one of 120 mammals, the gorillas. Tracking mountain gorillas in their natural habitat is one of the world’s most exciting wildlife encounters. Return for lunch and transfer to Mbarara lake view Hotel.
Day 4: March 28th – 2012. Mbarara – Kampala
After early breakfast, you will depart Mbarara and travel to Kampala, have a brief stop at the equator then You will have your lunch break in Kampala and do a bit of shopping en route to your hotel in Entebbe check into your hotel for dinner and overnight.
Day 5: Entebbe Airport
Early transfer to Entebbe airport for your flight to Nairobi to connect to Lusaka via Nairobi.
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• All ground transportation with all airport transfers and fuel
• Full time Professional driver/guide fees
• All park entrance fees
• Full board accommodation while on safari apart from Kampala where it bed and breakfast.
• Boat cruise
• 1 Litre of Bottled water per day while traveling
• Game Drives
• Any other items included in the above itinerary
• Air tickets
. Meals in Kampala and Entebbe
• Entry visas and airport taxes
• Personal insurance
• Drinks and all alcoholic beverages
• All personal expenditure such as tips, telephone calls, laundry and drinks.
• For single rooms, a supplement needs to be paid
Please note that Gorilla viewing is subject to availability of permits, which are limited and each costs $600 therefore any gorilla permits required should be purchased at the time of booking. However it’s recommended that you book your permits in advance.
All clients will be escorted by our experienced Guides/Drivers who are able to provide a cheerful, caring and attentive service to our clients. All our guides are trained and have deep knowledge of all routes, conditions, local attraction and their ability to spot animals and birds is outstanding
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