Queen Elizabeth Park a biosphere park with 600 amazing birds. Game drives and boat rides on Kazinga channel will reward you with both spectacular views of aquatic wildlife and birds. This is one of the major attractions in this park. Kibale Forest National Park the chimpanzee primate capital is home to 13 species of primates. The endangered Uganda mangebay, Red colubus Monkey,L’hoest monkey,Black and white colubus monkey are all found in this park. Enjoy your visit to Murchison falls home to a variety of wildlife. Everything from elephants, hippos, Nile crocodiles and rare shoe bill is showcased in this park.
Day 1: Meet and greet our guide .Transfer to your Hotel.
Today, arrive at Entebbe International Airport. Welcome to the Pearl of Africa. Our guide will pick you and transfer you to your hotel.
Day 2: Queen Elizabeth National Park
Drive to Queen Elizabeth National Park arriving in the afternoon on time for lunch. Relax or go for an evening game drive in the park.
Stay at Hippo Hill Lodge.
Day 3: Game drive & Boat Ride
Early morning game drive in the Park in search for the retiring predators. This park is home to 600 amazing bird species including the Black Chested Eagle, Black Bee-Eater, Bustards. After lunch, go for an afternoon boat ride on the Kazinga channel to view the Hippos, crocodiles and Buffalos.
Optional activity at extra cost: Tree climbing lions at Ishasha
Stay at Hippo Hill Lodge.
Day 4: Chimpanzees tracking
Kyambura gorge to track chimpanzees or go for a nature walk in Maramagambo Forest,a visit to the bat caves and the blue lake. Get back to the Hotel / Lodge for Lunch. Visit Kikorongo women group weaves baskets and mats for a living. The incomes earned supports the communities sustain themselves. Later travel to Fort Portal the Toro Kingdom capital.
Stay at the Ruwenzori view guest house
Day 5: Fortportal – Murchison Falls National Park
Have your breakfast and then Transfer to Murchison falls National Park. Go for a walk to the top of the Falls. Murchison falls is the most stunning attraction, a point where the waters of the mighty Nile squeeze through a narrow gorge to an awesome 45m plunge producing a thunderous roar and at times forming a rainbow. Have lunch and then go for afternoon game drive.
Stay at Sambiya Lodge
Day 6: Boat ride
Enjoy a boat excursion today from lodge to the foot of Murchison Falls. Hippos and crocodiles are abundant, and you will see elephants, buffaloes, waterbucks and birds like; Herons, Cormorants, Ducks, Bee-eaters, Fish Eagles, Kingfishers takes about three hours. A boat trip to the Delta where the Victoria Nile meets Lake Albert takes about four to five hours. Stay at Sambiya Lodge
Day 7: End of Safari