The 7 Days Uganda Safari Luxury package is one of the best tours with high end accommodation and best safari activities to engage in during your visit to Uganda. You will visit Kibale National Park for chimpanzee trekking which takes about 3-4hours depending on your physical ability. Visit Queen Elizabeth National Park for for a classic game drive and boat cruise, engage in Gorilla Trekking in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park and Fly back to Entebbe

Day 1: Arrival at Entebbe International Airport | Transfer to Kibale

Transfer to Kibale National Park. The scenic drive on a smooth road and exciting sceneries of Uganda’s west side bring us to one of Uganda’s  most kept tract of Forest that keeps 13 primate species that include chimpanzees. We shall have various stops for lunch, landscape viewing arriving late afternoon. You will have a community walk and later have dinner, relaxation and overnight.

Overnight: Turacco tree tops

Day 2: Chimpanzee Tracking in Kibale forest National Park

Chimpanzee day. After breakfast head to Kibale Forest. The activity begins at 8.00 am with a briefing of the rule for trekking the chimpanzees after which you set off to search for them in the forest. Kibale Forest National Park, it boasts the highest number of primate species in the world, including the chimpanzees. Approximately 5,000 chimpanzees live in the wild in Uganda, which makes it a perfect place to spot them! An experienced ranger will take you chimp tracking in the morning. Once you locate the chimpanzees, you will spend an hour with them and then head back to the accommodation for Lunch and relaxation later dinner and overnight.

Overnight; Turacco tree tops

Day 3: Transfer to Queen Elizabeth National Park and afternoon boat safari on the Kazinga channel.

Wake up to your Early morning breakfast, check out at the lodge and transfer to queen Elizabeth National Park. You will have lunch at the lodge. In the afternoon, you will have a boat safari on the Kazinga Channel. The channel is 40km long and a converging place for wildlife (that come to drink) during the dry season. It has the highest number of hippos, has crocodiles, and several water birds. A 2-3 hour cruise will get you magic. After the cruise, we will drive to our lodge and have an overnight here.

Overnight: Mweya safari lodge

Day 4: Morning Game drive and Evening Sundowner

After an Early morning breakfast, Time to explore Queen Elizabeth’s Kasenyi plains. We shall have a drive through the network of tracks as we search for Big game (Lions, leopards, elephants, serval cats, kobs, buffaloes, hippos, etc.) you will head back to the lodge after the game drive for lunch and relaxation. Embark on an evening sundowner as you watch the sun going down in the wilderness. This is a perfect time for photographers to take wild class photos with a picnic evening. Head back to the lodge for dinner, relaxation and overnight.

Overnight: Mweya safari lodge

Day 5: Transfer to Bwindi Impenetrable National Park through Isasha

After your early morning breakfast, you will embark on an early morning game drive through isasha in search of the tree climbing lions as you proceed to Bwindi impenetrable National Park.   You will check at the lodge for dinner relaxation and overnight

Overnight: mahogany springs lodge

Day 6: Gorilla Tracking | Batwa experience

You will be up early on the morning of your Gorilla Tracking for a good breakfast in preparation for the day’s physical activity. You will report for registration at the Uganda Wildlife Authority ranger station by 8 AM. After a briefing by the rangers, your gorilla trek will start. The trek usually takes between three and six hours so a reasonable degree of fitness is required, as well as a strong pair of walking boots or shoes.

The rangers will guide you through the village gardens and into the jungle-like forest. They will escort you through the sometimes thick bush, occasionally hacking the dense undergrowth with a machete as you search to locate the gorillas. The mountain gorillas are under 24-hour monitoring for their safety. You are almost guaranteed to see them. The rangers monitor each gorilla family by keeping in close radio contact.

In part due to gorilla tourism, the population of gorillas is slowly increasing but the species remains critically endangered. Gorillas and humans share almost identical genetic material and their health must not be compromised by coming into contact with human diseases (via our food, for example). To reduce the transmission of disease from humans to gorillas, you will also be advised to keep a distance of 7 meters from the gorillas.

Once you have located the gorilla family, you will be asked to leave all your belongings to one side and approach the gentle giants, just with your camera. The guides will interpret the animals’ behavior and advice on what you are watching. Females and their young, young males and even a dominant Silverback may be seen: feeding, playing, interacting with each other, or just sleeping! You will never forget your encounter with the gorillas. They will be quite curious to see you! You are allowed exactly one hour with the gorillas before returning to base.

After Gorilla Trekking, you will return to the lodge for lunch and relaxation. In the Afternoon, you may have optional activities to do such as Batwa community experience to have a feel of how the local communities in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park live in Harmony with the mountain Gorillas.

You will later return back to the lodge for Dinner, relaxation and overnight.

Overnight: mahogany springs lodge

Day 7: Fly back to Entebbe

After your breakfast, you will be transferred to kihihi airstrip upon your flight back to Entebbe and departure.

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