• Entebbe

  • Queen Elizabeth National Park

  • Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park.

  • Lake Bunyonyi

  • Equator monument.

Day 1. Entebbe.

  • Pick up at Entebbe International Airport and transfer to your hotel for check-in. depending on time of arrival, you could go for a day time visit of the attractions within Entebbe, for example visit the Entebbe zoo, go birding at the nearby Mabamba wetland in search for the elusive Shoebill stork, go shopping for souvenirs at the local market stall.

  • Overnight and accommodation on a full board basis.

Day 2. Queen Elizabeth National Park.

  • After breakfast, check-out of the hotel and set off for a long drive of about 8 hours through Fort Portal, to Queen Elizabeth National Park.

  • Queen Elizabeth National Park is one of the most famous National Parks in Uganda, with variety of wildlife to show for, elephants, hippos, buffaloes, lions, waterbucks, Uganda Kobs, warthogs and many more.

  • Check-in to our accommodation and rest for the day.

Day 3. Queen Elizabeth National Park.

  • Wake up at dawn and head out for a morning game drive, with packed breakfast. During the drive, keep an eye out for the big cats; lions and leopards as they hunt for their day’s meal.

  • The drive will last 2-3 hours and then we head back to the lodge, cool off, have some lunch, rest a bit and head out to Kazinga channel for an afternoon boat cruise. During this boat cruise, you’ll come insight with one of the most concentration of hippos on the content, with resident Nile crocodiles and abundant bird life along the shores of the lake.

  • Later return to the lodge for overnight rest and dinner.

Day 4. Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park.

  • After breakfast, while on a game drive through the Ishasha sector, we check out for the tree climbing lions, once more, and then head out towards Bwindi National Park.

  • Arrive later in the afternoon, we check into our lodge/hotel and overnight accommodation and dinner.

Day 5. Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park

  • After our early morning breakfast, we head out to the Park headquarters for briefing and get assigned trekking groups.
  • Trekking takes anything between 3-8 hours as you track the Gorillas, depending on where they last spent their night as you follow their trail. One thing is certain, and that is you will eventually see the gorillas.
  • Mountain Gorillas are endangered animals with very few populations inhabiting the Virunga massif of the Great Lakes region of Africa. This region stretches to three countries, Uganda, Rwanda and Democratic Republic of the Congo, with Uganda having more than half of the remaining population.
  • After you have finally met with the Gorilla group, you are required to be about 10 meters (Previously 8 meters) before COVID-19, and will spent maximumly 1 hour with the gentle giants.
  • After tracking, you will be issued with a certificate to this cause.
  • We return to our lodge later in the day, rest and have the rest of the day to our leisure.
  • Meals and accommodation on full board basis.

Day 6. Lake Bunyonyi

  • After breakfast, we go on a tour of Africa’s second deepest lakes, translated loosely as the lake of ‘Little birds’

  • We hop on a boat ride across the lake, visit the different islands on it with a local site guide who will avail us with all the information concerning the history and cultural significance of the lake and the islands to the surrounding local communities.

  • We later return to the lodge for overnight and accommodation.

Day 8. Entebbe.

  • We check out and drive back to Entebbe, with two stop overs, one in Mbarara for Lunch and then the other at the Equator monument to witness weight changes in the two different hemispheres of the world.

  • Arrive at the hotel in the evening, check-in and await our flight, depending on time of departure.

Our trip ends here.