National Park Tours; Excellent Game Viewing & Spectacular Safari
BIC004: Murchison Falls National Park: (2 Nights/3Days);
Excellent Game drive, White Nile Falls at a Close range in Boat Drive
& Lots of Fun
Location & Time Estimates: 300km North West of Kampala (6 hour drive)
Murchison Falls National park is the largest park in the country and it is
traversed by the great Nile River which provides with unique falls (by which the
park derives its name). A visit to the top of the falls offers a spectacular
experience where several million gallons of water squeeze in a hardly 7 meter
gap before it plunges into thunderous echo falling down 40 meters.
A boat Cruise to the bottom of the Falls will give you an amazing experience
viewing large Nile Crocodiles , Hippos at a close range. The boat trip ends at
the bottom of the falls.
Day 1: Kampala - Rhino Sanctuary - Murchison Falls National Park
Morning: Depart Kampala in the early morning and drive northwards for
Stop over at Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary for Rhino Trekking. Stop over for Lunch at
a selected restaurant in Masindi town.
Afternoon: Proceed to Murchison Falls National Park. Proceed to check in at
your selected lodge (Full Board).
Overnight at Paara Safari Lodge (High end) Sambiya River Lodge (Medium)
or Red Chilli Camp (Budget).
Day 2: Murchison Falls National Park - Game drive - Boat Cruise
Morning: After an early breakfast drive through the scenic Northern Route to
the shores of Albert Nile. Explore the Parks amazingly high concentration of
game. In search of Lions, expect to see many Giraffes, large herds of
buffalos, Kobs, waterbucks, and Elephants. Return to the lodge for relation.
Lunch at your Lodge.
Afternoon: Catch up the Launch Trip at 2Pm to the bottom of the falls. Three
hours Launch trip hike the fall. A boat cruise upstream to the bottom of the falls
is amongst the unforgettable experience the park has to offer giving the
opportunity to view giraffe, elephants, groups of hippos, crocodiles, buffaloes,
lions, and an abundance of birdlife including the famous shoebill stork. This
park offers typical African safaris.
Return to your Lodge. Overnight at Paara Safari Lodge (High end) Sambiya
River Lodge (Medium) or Red Chilli Camp (Budget).
Day 3: Murchison Falls National Park - Top of the Falls - Kampala
Morning* Breakfast at the Lodge. Depart with your parked lunch and head to
the top of the Murchison Falls. Enjoy the spectacular view of the watter
funnelling into the 7 metre wide gorge resulting in a waterfall of astonishing
power and one of Uganda’s most spectacular sights.
Depart the National Park for Kampala. Stop over at Masindi town for Lunch.
Drive back to Kampala & drop off at residence or hotel.
BIC005: Kibale National Park (2 days/1 night); Chimpanzee
tracking, Nature walk & a spectacular birding experience
Location & Time Estimates: 350km west of Kampala (4.5 hour drive).
Best known for its chimpanzees, the park is home to 13 primate species - the
greatest variety and concentration in East Africa - and numerous forest birds.
Several habituated chimpanzee families provide the focus for excellent
tracking. With more than 30 crater lakes, it is a great place for hiking.
Day 1: Depart Kampala early morning for Fort Portal. Stop over for Lunch at
The Gardens in Fort Portal. Afternoon take a spectacular game drive in the
Kibale Forest in the search of Birds. Proceed to an evening Dinner, and
overnight at Kanyanchu.
Day 2: After breakfast we visit Kibale Forest National Park, reputed to have
the greatest variety and highest concentration of primates in East Africa. Take
a guided nature walk in the tropical rainforest in search of the wild
chimpanzees, red-tailed monkeys, black and white colobus monkeys and many
other primates. After lunch, explore the Crater Lake region, which has more
than 30 crater lakes. Depart for Kampala, arrive late evening. Drop off at
residence or Hotel.
BIC006: Lake Mburo National Park (1 day); Excellent Game Drive, &
Lots of Fun at the Equator
Distance & Time Estimates: 250km South West of Kampala (3.5 hour drive).
With a varying landscape of open plains, acacia grasslands and marshes this
park is home to a huge array of flora and fauna. About 68 different species of
mammals can be found within its 260km². The park also has approx. 313
different species of birds including Uganda's national emblem, the crested
Day One: Depart Kampala early morning. Arrive at Lake Mburo at about 10:
00am. Brief 30 minutes by park headquarters. Start Game drive. Return to
Kampala late evening. Stop over at the Equator for fascinating equator
experiments and craft shopping. Drop off at place of residence or Hotel.
BIC007: Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park (4 Days/3 Nights;
Gorilla Tracking, Jungle Walk, Bird Watching, Bunyonyi Lake Boat trip
Location & Time Estimates: 530km south west of Kampala (8.5 hour drive).
Located in South west of the country, on the edge of the Western Rift Valley
Bwindi NP is home to half of the world's remaining 600 mountain gorillas and
other primate species (including chimpanzees and black & white colobus
monkeys), as well as many mammals (including elephant, leopard, bush pig,
giant forest hog). There are also 202 species of butterfly. Among the 300+ bird
species are several endangered and localised varieties.
Day One: Morning departure for the south with stops at the craft village at the
Uganda Equator for pictures and shopping. Have lunch at the Rwizi Arch Hotel
in Mbarara. Proceed through the beautiful evergreen banana plantations and
Farmland in Bushenyi, through Rukungiri to Kanungu District. Arrive late
evening for dinner and overnight at Buhoma Homestead.
Day Two: Early breakfast at 7:00am. Briefing by park ranger guides. Later
with packed lunch, Gorilla trekking starts at 8:30am. It takes about 8 hours of
trekking to find the Mountain gorillas. The tracking starts at the area where the
gorillas were the previous day. After a full hour with the gorillas, return to your
accommodations for dinner and overnight
Day Three: After breakfast, transfer to Kabale for lunch at Bunyonyi overland
Camp. Afternoon join the boat ride on Lake Bunyonyi enjoy good scenery of
Kabale hills referred to as the "Little Switzerland". Late evening enjoy campfire
and a drink in the cool breeze of Kabale.
Day Four: Depart early morning for Lake Mburo National Park. Arrive in time
for a boat drive for excellent game viewing in the park. Game in the park
includes; Zebra, Impala, Eland, Topi, Hippo and a variety of woodland bird
species. After lunch, depart for Kampala.
BIC008: Queen Elizabeth National Park (3 Days/ 2Night); Incredible
Biodiversity, Game Drive, Boat Launch, Equator
Distance & Time Estimates: 435km south west of Kampala (6 hour drive).
Queen Elizabeth National Park has more mammals than any other Ugandan
park and a diversity of ecosystems (acacia grasslands, papyrus swamps,
rainforest, and volcanic crater lakes) to thrill any naturalist. The Ishasha sector
of the park is home to a famous population of tree-climbing lions. The
Maramagambo Forest has a number of flamingo-lined crater lakes and the 100-
metre deep Kyambura River Gorge is the setting for an excellent game walk to
see habituated chimpanzees. Lying across the Equator, this 1,978km² park is
bordered to the South West by Lake Edward and to the Northeast by Lake
George with the Kazinga Channel connecting the two.
High on a peninsula overlooking the Kazinga Channel between Lakes Edward
and George, Mweya Lodge has one of the most beautiful views in Uganda and a
feel of true African Wildlife. The lakeside location of the luxury Jacana Safari
Lodge is impressive and ideal for visiting all the northern and southern sectors
of the park.
Day One: Depart Kampala early morning heading for Mbarara. Stop over for
Lunch at selected Hotel/Restaurant. Proceed to Queen Elizabeth National Park.
Enjoy a good panoramic view with banana and tea plantations, with lots of
crater lakes in Bushenyi District. Late evening boat launch at Kazinga Channel
Good opportunity for photography. Dinner & overnight at Mweya Safari Lodge.
Day Two: After breakfast, with packed picnic lunch, take an early morning
game drive up to Ishasha Sector. Expect to see tree climbing Lions. Take a
fancy drive through Maramagambo Forest. Retire for dinner & overnight at
Jacana Safari Lodge.
Day Three: After breakfast, take a breath taking nature walking Safari along
Kyambura Gorge. This is the home of many chimpanzee and good for forest
walk. After Lunch at Jacana Safari Lodge, drive back to Kampala having a stop
over at the Equator for fun and shopping for crafts & souvenirs. Arrive in
Kampala late Evening drop off at Hotel or place of residence.
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|Uganda's National Park Tour Highlights
- Gorilla Tracking; Bwindi Impenetrable & Mghahinga National Parks
- Chimpanzee Tracking; Kibale NP, Kyambura Game Reserve,
Budongo Forest & Kalinzu Forest Reserve & Ngamba Island on Lake
- Game Viewing & Safari Drives; Queen Elizabeth, Murchison
Falls, Kidepo and Lake Mburo National Parks
- Bird Watching; Bwindi, Queen Elizabeth, Kibale, Murchison Falls,
National Parks and Mabamba Swamp, Semliki game reserve.
- Leisure & Adventure Activities
- Boat Cruising Safaris; Kazinga Channel QENP, White Nile at
Murchison Falls and Lake Mburo National Park.
- Natural Walks
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