14 Days Uganda Wildlife Safari
Our 14-day Uganda wildlife safari vacation makes sure you notice how Uganda differs from traditional African safari destinations with distinctive sights. The trip starts at Entebbe, where you’ll probably land, then follows the Nile via Murchison Falls to Kidepo Valley before turning south into the lush highlands.
This unique experience has been skillfully designed to include intense natural interactions that will leave you with lifelong memories and stories, including seeing mountain gorillas in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest and running into playful relatives in Kibale. Almost all visitors to the Pearl of Africa recommend seeing mountain gorillas as one of the top highlights. To access a habituated mountain gorilla family, visitors must be able to hike across difficult forest terrain.
Day 1: Arrival at Entebbe International Airport.
Day 2: Transfer to Lake Mburo National Park.
Get back to your lodging to have dinner and overnight sleep.
Day 3: Lake Mburo National Park.
Day 4: Transfer to Bwindi Impenetrable National Park.
Bwindi Impenetrable Forest may be the most productive montane forest birding site in Africa as it is home to 23 of Uganda’s 24 Albertine Rift unique bird species. Bwindi Impenetrable National Park is now an ecological island amidst a sea of human agriculture and has great conservation value. As soon as you arrive in the late evening, check in have dinner and an overnight stay.
Rushaga gorilla harven.
Day 5: Gorilla Trekking Experience in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park.
Once you get the gorillas, you will be given ample time of over one hour to stay with these gorillas as you are having photos and fun. Drive back to your lodge for dinner and overnight.
Rushaga gorilla lodge.
Day 6: Hike Across Bwindi Impenetrable Forest and transfer to queen Elizabeth national park.
At the park headquarters in Buhoma, pick up a car and drive to Queen Elizabeth National Park. The native “tree-climbing” lions of Ishasha’s southern region are a unique attraction and well-known. While the Uganda Kob, the lions’ main prey, grazes on the plains below, the lions can be seen hanging from the branches of enormous fig trees. It takes about 4 hours to travel.
Day 7: Queen Elizabeth national park– Launch cruise & Game drive.
Simba safari lodge.
Day 8: Queen Elizabeth National Park – Kibale Forest National Park.
Once on the highway, your driver will proceed to Kibale Forest National Park. As you travel the Kasese-Fort Portal route on Uganda’s western border, take in the scenery. A great number of primates are honored in Kibale Forest National Park.
It will take 3 to 4 hours to travel from Kasese to Kibale.
Chimpanzee forest lodge.
Day 9: Chimpanzee trekking Experience in Kibale forest.
Chimpanzee forest lodge.
Day 10: Kibale to Murchison Falls National Park.
Day 11: Murchison Falls Savanna Experience.
Park view lodge.
Day 12: Transfer from Murchison to Kidepo Valley National Park
You will travel back to the lodge for dinner and an overnight stay.
Day 13: Kidepo Valley National Park.
Day 14: Flight To Entebbe and Departure.
- 10 Days Kibale Forest Chimp Trek
- 15 Days Kibale Primates Safari
- 20 Days Unique Primates Of Kibale
- 8 Days Chimps & Red Tail Monkey
- 7 Days Kibale Birding In The Forest
- 25 Days Colobus Monkey Kibale
All About Kibale
- History Of The Park
- Things To Do
- Places To See
- Getting There
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