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6 days Kibale, Queen and Bwindi

Day 1: transfer from Kampala to Kibale/ Chimpanzee Trekking Day 2: Bigodi walk/ Transfer to Queen Elizabeth national park Day 3: explore Queen Elizabeth Day 4: Transfer to Bwindi NP Day 5: Gorilla trekking Day 6: Transfer to Kampala/Entebbe

Detailed Itinerary for 6 days Kibale, Queen and Bwindi

Day 1: Transfer from Kampala to kibale

After an early morning breakfast, transfer from Kampala to kibale National Park. We shall have a stop at the Equator where you will perform a simple experiment to experience a tropical balance, have a look at the traditional drums and crafts being made and this takes a duration of not more than one hour, and proceed to kibale national park famously the primate capital of the world and Bird species, and there is an incredible variety of flora and fauna. Kibale is also boasts over 372 species of birds, including six that are endemic to the Albertine rift valley that occurs in Uganda. Accommodation: Luxury: Kyaninga Lodge/Ndali Lodge/Crater safari lodge Mid range: Mountains of the moon Hotel Budget: Kibale Forest Camp

Day 2: Bigodi walk and Transfer to Queen Elizabeth national park

After an early morning breakfast, transfer to bigodi swamp and have a nature walk where you will see the nearby community and the swamp has a lot of bird species, in the afternoon transfer to queen Elizabeth national park known as the home for the big four in Uganda. Accommodations: Luxury: Mweya safari Lodge Mid range: Park view Lodge/Kasenyi safari lodge Budget: Enganzi Lodge

Day3: Explore Queen Elizabeth national park

After an early breakfast, drive to Queen Elizabeth National Park, a park known to be the home of the Big four with elephants, leopards, Rions, buffaloes and  boast the highest bio-diversity ratings of any game park in the worlds with habitats to include; lakes, forest, savannah grassland as well as wetlands. Go through the Ishasha sector famed for its tree climbing lions, and exercise our game searching and if you get lucky and spot these tree climbing lions, we proceed to the northern part of the park in time for dinner and an overnight.  The meal plan for this day is breakfast, lunch and dinner at your preferred accommodation Luxury: Mweya Safari Lodge Mid range: Park view lodge Kasenyi safari lodge Budget: Enganzi lodge

Day4: Transfer from Queen Elizabeth to Bwindi National Park

After a morning breakfast at leisure, drive to Bwindi forest national park, commonly known as the home for gorillas, other primates and the bird species and there is an incredible variety of flora and fauna. Bwindi is also known as the Bird watchers haven! It holds 348 species of birds and supports 24 of 26 Albertine Rift Endemics that occur in Uganda. Accommodation and dinner at your place of choice Luxury: chameleon hill Midrange: gorilla valley lodge Budget: gorilla mist lodge

Day 5: Gorilla tracking

After an early breakfast, you will be transferred to the gorilla tracking information office for a pre-gorilla tracking briefing by the park warden and rangers.  After briefing, you will into the forest to track these gentle giants (Mountain gorillas). The thrill of spending time observing the gorillas as they relate with each other is a lovely and memorable one, you are permitted an hour witnessing the communication of these close relatives of human. You are advised to take with you packed lunch for; the time spent tracking the gorillas would not be well-known to you but varies from 3 to 8 hours. Time permitting; you may go for a late afternoon community hike to see the local people’s way of life and cultures. Accommodations Chameleon Hill Lodge Gorilla mist lodge

Day 6: travel back to Kampala

Have your breakfast at leisure and later drive to Kampala to end your safari END OF THE TRIP
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