Day 1: Kampala-Murchison falls National Park
Begin the day driving northwards to Masindi town, make a stopover at Masindi and have lunch.
Continue to Murchison falls National Park through Budongo forest, drive to the top of the spectacular fall where you can view the Nile’s perfected beauty, and wonder as it compresses and squeezes itself for more than 1 kilometer wide down through a -7 meter canyon. The 150-meter drop of the falls creates a thunderous roar and a beautiful rainbow in a plume of the spray-the best thing to ever happen to the Nile. Lastly, you can have pleasure in the sunset as you come back to the very nice comfort and service of Paraa Safari lodge or Red Chilli Camp, or Sambiya river lodge (BLD).
Day 2: Murchison falls National Park
After having a cup of tea, start on an early morning game drive on the northern bank where the guide will assist you to view elephants, lions, cape buffalo, Rothschild’s giraffes, hartebeests, waterbucks, oribi, bushbucks, bohor reed bucks, hyenas, and on rare occasions leopards. Come back to the lodge for breakfast. Relax at the swimming poolside. After having lunch, you will go upstream by boat to the placid Victoria Nile and the base of the falls just tens of meters from the Devils Cauldron. There you will see lots of hippos, crocodiles and over the 17-kilometer stretch, you may also view elephants, waterbucks plus goliath herons, Egyptian geese, pelican bee-eaters, kingfishers, Hornbills, cormorants and the uncommon shoebill stork. After taking shots of the photogenic Murchison Falls, you will come back for dinner and an overnight stay at Paraa Uganda safaris or Red Chilli´s Camp or Sambiya River lodge (BLD).
Day 3: Drive to Fort Portal
Welcome the early morning sunset for another game drive to view the wild species you may not have seen on the game drive before. Fort Portal is found in the shadow of the Fabled Mountains of the moon. The journey is long!. A minimum of four hours driving. Dinner and overnight will be at Primate lodge, Mid-range Kibale Forest Cottages, Rwenzori view guesthouse for Budget or other budget facilities (BLD).
Day 4: Kibale Forest National Park
After taking breakfast, we set off to Kibale Forest National Park, for primate observing. The activity begins at 8:00 am in the morning. A full day for chimps tracking and viewing other primates which include lots of monkeys, Red-colobus, Blues, red-tailed and grey-cheeked mangabeys swinging through the dense forest and birds, butterflies and several small insects. The guide will give detailed explanations on not only primates but also on all the forests fauna and flora, making sure that your walk is both informative and pleasurable. This walk is very good for seeing bird life and primates in close quarters. A tour to Bigodi swamps eco-tourism site is surprising, as we shall find scarce and beautiful flora and fauna. Lunch, dinner and overnight will be Primate lodge, Mid-range Kibale Forest Cottages, Rwenzori view guesthouse for Budget or other budget facilities (BLD).
Day 5: Queen Elizabeth National Park
After early breakfast, continue to Queen Elizabeth National Park following the mystical Rwenzori mountain range most of the journey. Our game drive tour route may yield waterbucks, elephants, leopards, buffalos, hyenas and a diversity of antelope species. After having lunch, enjoy the unique 2-hour boat cruise on the Kazinga channel and into Lake Edward. This trip passes via perhaps the highest concentration of hippos and several animals may be viewed drinking at the water?s edge. This launch cruise provides a very nice platform for photography, bird watching and game viewing great with well over 550 resident species. At Mweya safari lodge or budget institute of ecology, you will have dinner and overnight.
Day 6: Drive to Bwindi
After having a cup of coffee, start on an early morning game drive along Kasenyi path and Queen’s mile in the park and anticipate to view lions, elephants, cape buffalo, warthogs, leopard, hyena, mongoose, waterbucks, kobs and lots of several tiny animals and birds. After the game drive, continue to Bwindi, through Maramagambo and Ishaka sector. As you drive on the road through Ishaka side, animals like the waterbucks, elephant, antelopes, buffalo, kobs, can be viewed along the road. Relax around the forest camp. Dinner and overnight will be at the buhoma lodge found deep in the rain forest, mid-range Buhoma homestead or budget Buhoma commonly bandas (BLD).
Day 7: Bwindi Gorilla Park
There is an early morning entry in a gorilla sanctuary. The rainforest is spectacular as it provides a dramatic, heavily forested and dense landscape crisscrossed by several animal trails, allowing access for tourists. Registered mammals here include the endangered mountain gorilla, the uncommon golden monkey here includes the endangered mountain gorilla, the uncommon golden monkey. Buffalo, elephants, black-fronted duikers, bushbucks, leopards, giant forest hogs and other animals. This part is famous for a fascinating gorilla, where the time is taken and terrain changes depending on the movement of these wonderful primates. The thrill of spending time with and looking at these gentle giant gorillas is an uncommon, moving, awesome and exciting adventure which will leave you unforgettable memories of a truly unique experience. The gorillas are shy and peaceful animals and it is an everlasting experience to see and take pictures of them as they come together with each other. Dinner and overnight will be at the buhoma lodge, Buhoma homestead or Budget Buhoma Community Bandas (BLD).
Day 8: Drive to Lake Mburo
After having an early breakfast, you will drive to Lake Mburo National Park and get into the park through the Nshara Gate. The afternoon game drive will take you along the lakeshore path, and with its own system of game trails and cleared walkways, the Kigambara loop? provides interesting guided like sidewalks. Here you can meet groups of zebra, Cape buffalo and eland, and Priti and topi are easy to approach. Along with the game drive, many tourists also enjoy a boat trip on Lake Mburo and self-guided nature trails. Those who like watching birds will enjoy over 250 species of birds found in Lake Mburo, which include papyrus Gonoleks, Brown-faced lapwings, Carruthers’s asticolas, the unique white-winged warbler and the Bare-faced Go-way bird. You will come back home to have dinner and first-class service at the Agip Motel. (BLD).
Day 9: Return to Kampala
Set to Kampala. When going back to Kampala, there is a stopover at the Mpigi Royal Drum Makers. At this place, you will be able to view the ceremonial drums being crafted with methods passed down from generation to generation. You will also have time to stop at the equator to have photographs and you will reach Kampala before lunch.