Uganda Gorilla Safari
Let us go on an adventure to the side of East Africa where the lavish landscapes, wondrous wildlife and the ever passionate people come together to make the music called life.
Details & Itinerary
Day 1 – Entebbe:
Upon arrival at Entebbe International Airport, you will be met and transferred to your hotel for overnight stay.
Days 2 – Kibale National Park:
After breakfast drive through scenic countryside to Kibale National park. In the afternoon, you will take a guided forest trek and and you can expect to see upto nine primate species that call this park home.
Days 3 – Kibale National Park:
This morning, you will take another walk in the depths of the lush green forest in search of primates. There are nine primates living in the forest, these include, vervet, red-tailed, L’Hoest’s, blue monkeys, grey-cheeked mangabey, red colobus, black and white colobus, olive baboon, and the chimpanzee.
Days 4 – Queen Elizabeth National Park:
After breakfast drive to the breath-taking surrounds of the Queen Elizabeth National Park. The drive offers fantastic views of crater lakes, valleys and the glaciated peaks of the Rwenzori Mountains. Boasting one of the highest biodiversity ratings of any reserve in the world, Queen Elizabeth National Park is home to 95 recorded mammal species as well as more than 600 types of birds. In the afternoon, you can relax at your hotel or explore the park on a game drive.
Days 5 – Queen Elizabeth National Park:
After breakfast enjoy game drives in the park to see the variety of game and bird species the park has to offer. You can also enjoy a shared boat trip on the Kazinga Channel to view some of the largest concentration of hippos in the world.
Days 6 – Ishasha Wilderness Camp:
After breakfast drive through the Queen Elizabeth National Park to the Ishasha region for a game drive where the park’s famous tree climbing lions can sometimes be seen resting in the shady branches of the large fig trees in the area.
Days 7 – Bwindi Forest National Park:
After breakfast drive through the scenic countryside to Bwindi Forest National Park. Bwindi, one of the richest ecosystems in East Africa, is home to over 120 mammals, 345 species of birds, 200 species of butterflies, and 160 species of trees. In the afternoon you can relax in your lodge, enjoy forest walks, visit a local school or orphanage or the Batwa pygmy village.
Days 8 – Bwindi Forest National Park:
Strap on your hiking boots for a full day of adventure. Hike through the rainforest accompanied by professional guide and trackers, in search of a mountain gorilla family. The hike is physically demanding but the beauty of the forest and sightings of the mountain gorillas makes the trekking worthwhile.
Days 9 – Bwindi / Entebbe:
After breakfast bid farewell to your forest friends and travel to Entebbe for your onward arrangements.
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At Akara Expeditions, we believe your trip should be designed just for you. The above expedition is an example showcasing available experience combinations that you can use to create your expedition with one of our dedicated Travel Specialists.