elephants

Kibale Forest National Park is a large protected block of rainforest, which has the highest number of primates in Africa such as Chimpanzees, Grey Cheeked Mangabey, Red Tailed monkey and Red Colobus. Kibale Forest is highly regarded of having the furthermost assortment and uppermost focus of primates in East Africa and also you get to enjoy a guided nature walk in the tropical rainforest in search of the wild chimpanzee, red-tailed monkey, black-and-white colobus monkey and many others.

Bwindi Mountain Gorillas are Uganda’s star attraction and of course she is believed to have the highest population of primates living in the country worldwide. Gorillas share 95% of human genes; they are gentle giants with brown eyes that are not common when looked directly into hence as humble and thrilling as a human being. There are 5 Gorilla groups found in Uganda,4 of them are found  in Bwindi Impenetrable forest, and 1 in Mgahinga National Park hence can only b e visited by a number of 8people per group.

Lake Mburo National Park one of Uganda’s spectacular safari parks. Lake Mburo National Park has open grass valleys and beautiful rolling hills, with thickets, woodlands and rich wetlands. It anchorages numerous variety of mammals; Zebras, Impala, Buffaloes, and birds which encompass of bill storks which are found nowhere else in the country, its sculptured scenery with rolling grassy hills and tranquil lake shore has a wide-ranging assortment of territories forest galleries, cyclic and permanent swamps and rich acacia wood valleys which all support a wealth of wildlife. With our Uganda safaris and tours you are able to see more of these attractions.

Day 1: Drive to Kibale Chimpanzee National Park for Tours
Early in the morning drive off to Kibale National park through plantations and homesteads and reach fort portal the district that lies amidst the great mountains of the moon. You will get at the National Park in the afternoon just in time to track chimpanzees.

Day 2: Drive to Bwindi
Have breakfast and transfer to Bwindi impenetrable National Park. The park is known for its gorillas although it has among others bird species recorded.  Reach in the late afternoon then go for a community walk where you will be entertained in some of the cultural dances of the area.

Day 3: Mountain Gorilla Tracking Tour
With packed lunch and after taking your breakfast, transfer to the park headquarters for briefing before setting off to the forest to track for gorillas. The time taken tracking these humble apes in unpredictable however it ranges between 2-9 hours depending on their movement. The adventure of encountering these giant primates erases the poor memories you went through in trying to find them.

Day 4: Drive to Lake Mburo National Park
Have breakfast and head to Lake Mburo National Park. One of the smallest Savannah parks in the country with plenty of antelopes mainly the impala from which the capital city of Uganda –Kampala- was named. Stop at Agip motel for lunch and then proceed with the journey to reach in the late afternoon. Go for an evening canoe ride on Lake Mburo to see animals and plenty of birds long the shore.

Day 5: Transfer to Kampala
Have breakfast early in the morning then head to Kampala. Stop at the Equator for photographic opportunity as well as an enjoyable and informative talk, have lunch then continue to Kampala