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Murchison Falls National Park

This is the largest park in Uganda.  The park is renowned for its scenic beauty and the spectacular falls.  The diversity of the park attracts carnivores , chimpanzees, Cape buffalo and a lot of plain game.  The falls offer a spectacular view from the top where the River Nile narrows from 50 metres to crash through a 7 metre gorge, falling 45 metres to the rocks below.  The cruise to the base of the falls is a must, whereby one can see crocodiles, hippos and different species of birds which cannot be found in other game parks in Uganda.  Guided walking and bird watching safaris are highly recommended. 

Queen Elizabeth National Park

It is one of the outstanding treasures of Uganda.  The 2000 sq. kms. Of the park offers a remarkable variety of Eco-system, from semi- decidious tropical forest to green meadows, savannahs and swamps.  It is the home of the famous tree climbing lions, the Uganda kob, the plain animals, elephants, buffalo, baboons, chimpanzees and over 500 species of bird life.  The launch trip along the Kazinga channel between Lakes George & Edward offers a memorable view of the game found in the park. 

Bwindi Impenetrable & Mgahinga Gorilla National Parks

Both of these parks are located in south- western Uganda.  Half the world's population of mountain gorillas is found in these two parks.  The vegetation is comprised of tropical rain forest with dense undergrowth, forest belt and bamboo zone.  This terrain makes gorilla treking exciting and also a variety of animals & birds are found in both the parks.  Over 200 species of butterflies are found in the Bwindi park.  The gorillas frequent these parks only 6 months in a year and 4-6 months advance bookings are recommended as the park authorities issues limited entry passes for these parks to view the gorillas. 

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Temperature (in degees C) 28 28 27 25 25 23 22 23 24 27 26 27
Rainfall (in mm) 49 36 85 153 126 32 13 18 21 48 132 75


TB 016: 4 days - Murchison Falls National Park

Day 1  After breakfast, depart for Murchison Falls National Park - where one can see rare Shoebill and Saddlebill Storks as well as numerous Wildlife.  After lunch, enjoy a game drive en route to a tour of the top of the Falls.  Dinner and overnight stay at the Lodge. 

Day 2  After breakfast, game drive after ferry crossing to Northern bank of Murchison Falls National Park.  See herd of Cape buffalo, giraffe, elephant and Uganda kob.  Lunch at the Lodge.  Afternoon walking safari for close-up experience of local flora and fauna guided by a game ranger.  Dinner and overnight stay at the Lodge. 

Day 3  Morning launch trip (boat cruise) up the Nile to the base of the Falls.  Crocodiles bask in the sun and hippos abound in the shallows.  Lunch at the Lodge.  After lunch, game drive on the Robongo Circuit.  Dinner and overnight stay at the Lodge. 

Day 4  After breakfast, chimp tracking in Papidi Forest.  Also see a variety of birds and butterflies.  Packed lunch provided.  Depart for Kampala arriving early evening. 

TB 017: 4 days – Queen Elizabeth National Park

Day 1  Depart from Kampala for south–western Uganda. Cross the Equator, drive through savannah and scattered bush country.  Enter Lake Mburo National Park, the only park in Uganda that surrounds an entire lake.  Enjoy a boat ride on the lake & on your game drive, see herds of Zebra, other savannah mammals and over 300 species of birds.  Dinner and overnight stay at the luxury bush camp. 

Day 2  Early morning game drive and depart L. Mburo after breakfast.  Pass through Mbarara and Bushenyi before you enter the famous Queen Elizabeth National Park. Game drive enroute.  Dinner and overnight stay at the Lodge. 

Day 3  After breakfast, walk & climb into the Kyambura Gorge in search of chimpanzees.  Alternatively a boat ride to Izinga Island chimpanzee sanctuary where in this unspoiled environment, birds, butterflies and other primates are found.  After lunch a launch trip up Kazinga Channel, which separates Lakes Edward & George, viewing game on the banks.  Dinner and overnight stay at the Lodge. 

Day 4  Early  morning game drive.  After breakfast, tour the volcanic area of the park with its many salt and extinct craters. Return to Kampala by early evening. 

TB 018: 4 days - Gorilla Thriller

Day 1  Early morning departure from Kampala, drive south-west and across the Equator.  Drive through savannah grasslands seeing banana plantations and herds of Ankkole cattle with their incredible long curving horns.  Ascend into the Kigenzi highlands, known as the "Switzerland of Africa'', with terraced farming and mountain scenery.  Drive through to Buhoma.  Dinner and overnight stay at a luxury tented camp. 

Day 2  Enter the sanctuary at dawn, enjoy the beauty and freshness of the forest, home of the mountain gorillas.  After a short briefing by the guides, proceed through dense bush to trek for these endangered animals.  Black and white Colobus monkey, redtail monkey and chimpanzee are amongst a few primates found in the forest.  Dinner and overnight stay at a luxury tented camp. 

Day 3  Full day gorilla trekking in the forest and a walk to the waterfalls.  Dinner and overnight stay at a luxury tented camp. 

Day 4  After breakfast leave the forest for Lake Bunyonyi, the lake of little birds, renowned for its variety and abundance of avians.  A canoe ride on the lake surrounded by green hills.  Dinner and overnight stay at an Inn. 

Day 5  After breakfast return to Kampala. 

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Note: A similar itinerary can be arranged in Djomba or Mgahinga on permit availability.
Camping safari in Uganda can be organised on request.

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