Day One: Bwindi Impenetrable National Park
Our driver will pick you from your hotel after breakfast then you drive to the south-western Uganda. You will have a stopover at the equator for photos and experiments then proceed to Mbarara for lunch. After lunch, drive through the savanna grasslands and here you will be able to see the beautiful banana plantations and the long horned herds of cattle (the pride of Ankole). As you ascend to the Kigezi highlands, you will begin enjoying the cool breeze of the Pearl of Africa. As you approach Bwindi, you will be able to see the peaks of the active Virunga volcanoes in Congo then drop off to the valley to Bwindi Impenetrable national park.Check in at the hotel of your choice for dinner and overnight.
Day Two: Gorilla Tracking
Wake up very early in the morning and after breakfast together with your packed lunch go the starting point for briefing and guidance about the activity. Here you will begin the walk in search of the gorillas passing through the thick forest slashing the thick grass to track the gorillas. During the walk you will be able to see a variety of birds and other primates. On discovering the gorillas, you will be allowed 1 full hour with them as you watch the way they interact with each other and communicate, you will be allowed to take photos and record videos then walk back to your hotel for dinner and overnight.
Day Three :Transfer to Queen Elizabeth National Park
Wake up early in the morning after breakfast and together with your packed lunch, transfer to Queen Elizabeth National park. The park being located on the rift valley flow between Lake Edward and Lake George, you will be able to see a number of animals and plants. As you enter the park, you will be able to see the Rwenzori ranges that are in the plains and are 60meters long, 40m wide and looking at a distance they as if they touch the sky. The park is directly on the equator so its vegetation is dry savana throughout the year with rainy seasons during March to May and September to November. You will be welcomed by charming baboons as you make your way through the park driving to the Mwea peninsular where you will get a chance to spot some of the animals like elephants, warthogs, waterbucks, buffalos etc. Dinner and overnight at the hotel of your choice
Day Four: Game drive and Boat Cruise
Wake up very early in the morning ready best part of the day. After breakfast, drive to the northern Kazinga channel and here you will get an opportunity to see the early risers as they go back to their hide outs and as you proceed in the parks vegetation that is bushy grassland, acacia woodland, forest grassland and swampy vegetation, you will be able to see a number of bird species. On arrival on the Kasenyi plain that is East of Kasese road, this part has the kobs mating ground and here there are high chances of viewing a lion awaiting its prey. Return to the park for late breakfast then take a rest as you wait for lunch then drive to Kazinga channel for a boat cruise on the banks of the lake. Kazinga channel is located between Lake George and Lake Edward and its 40km long. the shore being an attraction to many birds, you will be able see a variety of birds like white winged warbler, lesser and greater flamingos, African skimmer, pink backed pelican, the rare shore bill stork, martial eagles etc and a number of elephant families, herds of Buffalos, antelopes as they drink water on the lake then crocodiles and hippos. Return to your hotel for dinner and overnight
Day Five: Head to Kampala
Wake up very early in the morning at 6:30 and do a game drive to catch up with the early risers as they return to their hideouts then return to the park for breakfast at 8:00am. Prepare yourself and drive back to Kampala having a stopover in Mbarara for lunch then continue to Entebbe to catch up with your onward flight back home