• Entebbe Tour.
  • Source Of The Nile in Jinja.
  • Murchison.
  • Budongo Forest.
  • Kibale Forest.
  • Queen Elizabeth National Park.
  • Bwindi Impenetrable National Park.

DAY.1. Arrive Entebbe international Airport, transfer to your hotel for overnight stay (Golf view hotel in Entebbe) Bed and breakfast (B/B) .

DAY.2.Entebbe - Jinja. Tour to Jinja town; visit Bujagali falls and the source of the Nile. Picnic Lunch en route. On this tour you will be able to pass via Mabira forest a very diverse ecosystem for nocturnal and diurnal primates. En route are Tea and Sugar cane plantations. Overnight stay at Hotel Triangle which overlooking the source of the Nile. B/B.

DAY.3.Jinja - Masindi. After breakfast, depart for Masindi via Kampala the capital city of Uganda. Visit the historical Kasubi Tombs a historical site for the Buganda Kingdom. After lunch en route, proceed to Masindi. En route is a green country side and a chance of seeing the local Ankole cow. Overnight stay at a one of the colonial well furnished Masindi hotel Full board (F/B). About 350km.

DAY.4.Masindi - Murchison. After Breakfast proceed to Murchison Falls. Visit or trek the chimpanzees at one sector of Budongo forest (Kanyo Pabidi) which takes about 3 to 4 hours. After continue to Murchison via the top of the magnificent falls. Picnic Lunch at the top of the falls. Then after proceed and cross the the Nile on a Ferry to our to our Lodge. Full Board.

DAY.5.Murchison. A day centred around the river Nile. After breakfast, transfer to the Northern sector for game viewing most commonly the elephants, Giraffes, Buffalos, Warthogs, Leopards, Lions and many others. View of the Borassus savanna is spectacular. Return to the hotel for lunch. Afternoon on a Launch trip to the top of the falls for spectacular view as the mighty Nile is forced up a seven metre gap before plunging to depth below. This is one of Africa’s most splendid water safari up the Nile to the base of the falls. As you travel up the Nile, look at the enormous Nile crocodile basking on the sand banks or gliding silently up the water.
Animals to view here include; Elephants, Lions, Giraffe and a variety of Antelopes. Bird life is prolific and chance of seeing the rare shoebill stork is high. The return journey from the falls as the sun is setting is one of the most beautiful and relaxing of your experience in Africa. Overnight stay at Paara Sarova lodge Full board (F/B).

DAY.6.Murchison - Hoima. After breakfast, cross the Nile on the way to Hoima via Waseko landing site below the Nile delta. En route are Cassava and cotton plantations. Kids wave bye and lots of local cows and goats by the road side. Visit Waseko landing site that links to DR: Congo and across the lake are the Blue mountains og Congo. Pic-nic lunch en route. Continue to Hoima via Butiaba escarpment a real evidence of the Albertine rift valley. Overnight at Crown hotel(B/B).

DAY.7.Hoima - Kibale. After breakfast, Drive to Kibale forest national park a famous park for viewing primates especially chimpanzees. Lunch en route and overnight stay at Lake Nyabikere community lodge. (F/B). About 360km.

DAY.8.Kibale. An early transfer to the park headquarters to meet a guide before we enter the forest in search of chimpanzees and ten other primate species including the L’hoestes monkeys, Red colobus, Blue monkeys, Red tailed monkeys and Grey checked Mangabey. Our guide is an expert not only in primates but also on all the forest fauna and flora and will ensure that our walk is both informative and enjoyable. Return to the lodge for Lunch.
In the afternoon, take a swamp walk- excellent for birdlife and for seeing primates at close quarters (though not chimpanzees). Return to the lodge for Dinner and overnight stay F/B.

DAY.9.Kibale - Queen Elizabeth NP. After breakfast, drive to Queen Elizabeth National park (QENP). Lunch en route (Kasese town) and arrive QENP in the afternoon. Evening Launch trip on the Kazinga channel for a magnificent water safari on kazinga channel and Lake Edward. Photographic and game viewing opportunities abounds as you pass through the huge herds of hippos and watch animals coming to drink at the water edges. Bird life is colourful and abundant. Overnight stay at Mweya Safari Lodge F/B. About 250km.

DAY.10.Queen Elizabeth - Bwindi. Early morning game drive to Kasenyi area for lion viewing and other animals. Return to the lodge for lunch. Afternoon hours, drive to Bwindi Impenetrable National Park home of the mountain Gorillas. Overnight stay in Buhoma community Bandas. F/B. About 200km.

DAY.11.Bwindi. Gorilla tracking after breakfast. Walk the ragged hills of mountain gorillas, a walking stick will be provided at park offices when you need one. No flash cameras while watching gorillas. Sick persons will not be allowed to view the gorillas especially those with flue related illness. Overnight at Buhoma community Bandas. F/B.

DAY.12.Bwindi - Entebbe. Drive to Entebbe, lunch en route and overnight stay at Golf view hotel again B/B. About 480km.

DAY.13. - Entebbe - Relaxing day. Day open for visitors to visit the chimpanzee sanctuary. This is an optional. A Boat ride to Ngamba island chimpanzee sanctuary in lake Victoria is one of the wonderful experience. Watch afternoon feeding of the chimps. It cost 70 US Dollars per person on a speed boat. Evening transfer to the airport for departure.


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This price includes; park entrance fees, gorilla permits, chimpanzee permits, excursion on boats, game drives, ranger guide, fees to botanical, mineral water while on safari, source of the Nile, English or French speaking driver guide, and full board accommodation in hotels or Bandas /tents.
The price does not include; alcoholic drinks, crafts, visas, insurance, airfares, airport taxes, and tips.


  • Gorilla permits are obtained from Uganda Wildlife Authority Gorilla offices in Kampala at a cost of 500 US dollars each. This includes entry fees to the park, guide fee and community levy and government taxes. Due to competition on gorilla visit, the above mentioned amount of money for gorilla permit has to be transferred through the bank as soon as you confirm your trip to secure the place and to avoid inconveniences during the gorilla visit.
  • Chimpanzee tracking fee of 150 US dollars per person has to be done at the park head offices in Kampala just the same way as the gorilla permits.
  • Heavy jacket will be required for some time at night as some parks become cold at night and late evening. Include also light clothes (summer clothes) Temperature here ranges from 18 to 32 degrees centigrade.
  • You will definitely need a jungle boot for forest walk and game safaris.
  • Plenty of films.
  • Weather here can change anytime, highway roads are tarmac but most roads in the national parks have maram or mud soil so sometimes it can be difficult to go through. Of course you know this is Africa. A 4 wheel vehicle is always ready with us.

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