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This Uganda safari takes you for game viewing tours or chimpanzee tracking in 3 Uganda safari parks:
Murchison Falls National Park
The largest Ugandan National Park Home to 76 species of mammal (lions, giraffes, buffalos, elephants, leopards, hippos…), 451 birds species, and 9 species of primates, including chimpanzeesMurchison Falls: one of the most powerful waterfalls in the world.
Kibale National Park
This park rich in biodiversity is best known for its primates which include Uganda’s largest population of chimpanzees.
Queen Elizabeth National Park
probably the highest biome conservation area in AfricaMore mammal species (95) than any other Ugandan park and over 600 bird species.
In the early morning, the driver will pick you up at your hotel and you will drive southwest of the park through Masindi to reach the park in the afternoon.
On the road, after a drive of 3 hours, along the way, you will visit the Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary which was set up to reintroduce rhinoceros to Uganda following extinction in 1982. This 70 square kilometer sanctuary in an immaculate bush country is currently home to the only wild rhinos in Uganda.
Now, it’s time to enjoy lunch in Masindi town.
Before checking in at your hotel, you will be driven to the top of the falls where the Nile River perfects its beauty: see the calm Nile forcing itself through a narrow gorge to fall a distance of about 43 meters down producing a thunderous roar of white water.
After you will transfer to your lodge: for dinner and overnight at Nile Safari Lodge /Pakuba Lodge / Murchison River Lodge /Budongo Eco Lodge.
PAKUBA SAFARI LODGE
Right in the middle of the Murchison Falls National Park in front of Lake Albert.
Don’t be surprised to see a herd of giraffes, elephants, or even lions passing by…
Probably, the most exceptional luxury safari lodge in Uganda. Every little detail is just perfect and doing one with the environment. If you want to treat yourself to just one exceptional night, you are at the right place
Set out after some tea or coffee and embark on an exciting 3–4-hours early morning game drive to explore the savannah in the Northern bank of the Nile. Expect to see herds of buffaloes, elephants, lions, giraffes, waterbucks, oribis, bushbucks, spotted hyenas, and leopards. Return to the lodge for late breakfast and relax as we wait for lunch.
Exceptional location overlooking the Nile. Different levels of comfort: riverside safari tents, large cottages, or basic tents offer a range of price options.
This lodge is ideally located in the forest of Budongo for those who want to seek out the chimpanzee or to enjoy the calm and contact with nature.
Today we head south to Kibale via Hoima. The landscapes are breathtaking and varied: fields of tea, cotton, coffee, lush countryside, the Rwenzori Massif, also called Mountain Of The Moon, with peaks exceeding 4500 meters, some covered with eternal snow…
A short tour of 8 km west of Fort Portal will drive you in a hilly area dotted with crater lakes, this is a must to be seen! In the same area, let’s visit the Amabere Ga Nyinamwiru Caves and listen to her legend before checking in to our hotel: Kyaninga Lodge/ Chipundu Lodge/ Turaco Treetops/ Chimpanzee Forest Guesthouse.
A masterpiece of imagination and engineering. This eco-lodge perch on the rim of the Kyaninga Crater Lake, face a phenomenal panorama. Kyaninga is about 1 hour’s drive from the chimp trailhead in Kibale.
Composed of 18 luxury cottages, scattered in the forest close to the departure for the chimpanzee tracking. Calm, luxury, nature, and exceptional meals.
Nicely decorated lodge in total harmony with the surrounding forest. Warm lounge with open fire and with a panoramic view of the Rwenzori and the Kibale Forest.
This lovely guesthouse lies on a hillside near the Kibale NP in the middle of the tea plantations. Simple and confortable.
MEETING WITH THE CHIMPANZEES IN THE KIBALE FOREST AND LATER TRANSFER TO QUEEN ELIZABETH NP – +/-100 km – 2 hours
Be ready for a sensational experience today! Kibale Forest National Park is home to the highest number of primate species in the world, including chimpanzees.
After a pre-tracking briefing at 08.00, you will go to meet the chimpanzees in the company of an experienced ranger. Once the chimpanzees are located, you will have a full unforgettable hour with them.
You will return to the lodge for lunch after which you will head out to Queen Elizabeth National Park. As usual in Uganda, the scenery along the way will be breathtaking and as you approach the Queen Elizabeth NP, don’t be surprised to cross wild animals like the elephants! You will arrive in the evening (+/-100 km – 2 hours) and have an overnight stay at your hotel: Elephant Plains Lodge or Elephant Hab.
Elephant Hab is a spacious haven nested at the top of the famous Kyambura Gorge ensuring a stunningly amazing view of Queen Elizabeth National Park.
This luxury lodge ideally situated above a crater lake with a bird’s eye view of Lake Georges is virtually located on the equator and a short drive from the park gate.
Wake up before sunrise to a cup of tea or a glass of juice and then set off to the park tracks for a game drive to be able to see predators as they return to their hideouts and the early risers. During the drive watch out for games like leopards, lions, giant forest hogs, hyenas, Uganda kobs, warthogs, and others. After the game drive, you will drive back to the lodge for heavy breakfast and then later have lunch to transfer to the Park headquarters for the boat ride. The launch that takes you along the Kazinga Channel that connects Lakes George and Edward will reward you with games like hippos, elephants, Nile crocodiles, and buffaloes at the shores not forgetting plenty of birds. Dinner and overnight at Elephant Plains Lodge or Elephant Hab.
After the adventurous experience, head to Kampala. We will make a short stop on the way after a 2:30-hour journey at the Igongo Cultural Center for a small snack. Crossing the equator, 2:30 hours later, we will stop for the required snapshot, a late lunch, and some souvenir shopping. Arrival in the evening and overnight at your hotel: Le Petit Village.
Along the road, you will see many herds of superb Ankole cows, the pride of this region.
LE PETIT VILLAGE – KAMPALA
We have a big crush on this hotel, the reason why we use to spend a lot of time there. It is really a small village with its bakery, its restaurant (yummy!), its hotel, its luxury grocery store, its gym, its massage room, its swimming pool… A haven of peace nestled in Kampala alongside its great nightlife.