This 12 days Uganda Adventure Safari starts and ends in Entebbe International Airport. Meet eye to eye with the amazing gorillas and chimpanzees of Uganda in their natural habitat, one of Africa's major highlights. This close encounter with these amazing apes is simply breathtaking. Also get a close encounter with other diverse African wildlife, beautiful landscapes, and amazing culture and if you are a keen Birder, this is the place to be. Experience the wonder of the World’s reknown Murchison Falls as it squeezes through the narrow gorge.
Day 1: Arrival at Entebbe International Airport
Day 2: Transfer to Murchison Falls National Park via the Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary
Day 3: Game Drive and afternoon boat cruise on the Nile
Day 4: Transfer to Kibale National Park with a Lunch stop on the way
Day 5: Morning Chimpanzee tracking and Bigodi swamp walk in the afternoon
Day 6: Transfer to Queen Elizabeth National NP and Boat Cruise on Kazinga Channel
Day 7: Game Drives-Ishasha Sector(Tree climbing lions)
Day 8: Transfer to Bwindi Impenetrable Gorilla National Park
Day 9: Gorilla Tracking in Bwindi Forest
Day 10: Transfer to Lake Bunyonyi
Day 11: Transfer to Lake Mburo National Park, boat cruise and game drive
Day 12: Bush walk, and optional mountain biking or horse riding and transfer to Kampala/ Departure
DAY 5 : KIBALE FOREST NATIONAL PARK
After breakfast at your lodge, transfer to the starting point of your Chimpanzee tracking experience in Kibale Forest National Park which is reputed to have the greatest variety and highest concentration of primates in East Africa. The most famous of its 13 species is the Chimpanzee, man’s closest relative. Kibale’s 1450 Chimpanzee represent Uganda’s largest population of this endangered primate. Kibale is also a home to the rare I’Hoest’s monkey. Other primates include the black and white Colobus, Blue monkey, Grey cheeked mangabey, Red tailed monkey, Olive baboon to mention but a few. So you will enjoy a guided nature walk in the tropical rainforest in search of the wild chimpanzees, red-tailed monkeys, black and white colobus monkeys and many others. Although chimp sightings are not guaranteed, visitors stand a good chance of hearing and seeing our distant cousins as they gloom and bond with one another.