14 Days - The Pearl of Africa


Arrival at Entebbe

You will be picked by our driver/guide who will transfer you to hotel for overnight stay. He will brief you about the tour and what time to pick you on the second day.


To Murchison Falls NP

Early morning we will depart for Murcnison Falls NP. We will stop at ziwa Rhino sanctuary for tracking the rhinos and also have lunch here before continuing.


In Murchison Falls NP

The day will be spent on a game drive. We will leave early morning and go on a game drive from 8am to 12 noon, seeing several animals including lions and giraffes. In the afternoon (2pm to 5pm) we will go on the impressive launch trip on the Nile, up to the falls, giving you a chance to see hippos, crocodiles, buffaloes, elephants and different birds.


In Murchison Falls NP

Early ln the morning the boat will take us downstream to the delta, where the Nile Enters Lake Albert. This trip of 5-6 hours will  show us al I the beauty of this national park especially the delta with all the different birds. This is a good chance to see the elusive shoebill stork. In the afternoon you can relax.




To Kibaale Forest NP

Early in the morning we will leave for Kibaale Forest NP. We will pass close to Lake Albert on a clear day the view from the top of the Albert rift is spectacular. In the afternoon we will arrive at Kibaale Forest, where we will stay sleeping with the noises of the tropical rain forest.


Chimp Walk and Swamp walk

At 8am, we will start with the 4-hour chimp walk during which you may also get to see 10 other primates. Kibaale Forest NP is also known for all the butterflies and birds. In the afternoon we will walk through Bigodi Swam.


To Queen Elizabeth NP

Early morning we will leave for Queen Elizabeth NP. We will travel through Fort Portal and reach Mweya in Queen Elizabeth NP at midday, with a stunningly beautiful view over Kazinga Channel. In the late afternoon(4pm to 7pm) we will go on a game drive


In Queen Elizabeth NP

This day is for a game drive on the plains of Queen Elizabeth NP, with thousands of Uganda Kobs, Lions, Elephants etc. Also on the programme is a two hours launch trip on the kazinga channel where we will see all the animals from the waterside


In Queen Elizabeth NP

Our second  day in this beautiful park, very early in the morning after breakfast we go to Kyambura Gorge. Here you can go for 3 hour walk in to the gorge for meeting the chimpanzees. After the gorge will drive to Ishasha sector and have an evening game drive in search of the tree climbing lions. 


To Bwindi Impenetrable NP

In the morning, we leave for Bwindi. The scenic route runs through a verdant countryside while you pass traditional homesteads and farms.


Gorilla Tracking

In the morning, we leave for Bwindi. The scenic route runs through a verdant countryside while you pass traditional homesteads and farms.

To Lake Mburo NP

Early in the morning we will leave for Lake Mburo National Park. You will have lunch in Mbarara before you continue to Lake Mburo, a smaller but unique park, and the only one in the western part of Uganda with impalas and zebras.


In Lake Mburo

Early morning we will go for a game walk. In the afternoon a boat trip on lake mburo followed by another game drive in the afternoon/early evening. This little park hosts a variety of mammal species, including a large number of impalas (the antelope from which “Kampala” is named after), zebras, Uganda kobs, duikers, bushbucks, ankole cattle topis, buffaloes, leopards, spotted hyenas, waterbucks, warthogs. There are 315 bird species including; shoebill stork, red faced barbet, crested crane, papyrus yellow warbler. The vegetation is mainly open savannah of acacia trees, Olea and Boscia.  Lake Mburo is a natural haven for fauna and flora. the bank teems with animals and birds. Crocodiles and hippopotami are permanent residents, and buffaloes come to drink during the dry season. The wide variety of resident birds includes malachite kingfishers, pied kingfishers. African fish eagles, rufous long-tailed starlings, blue-headed weavers, green-necked doves, hammer kobs, pelicans, herons and cormorants.


To Entebbe Airport

Early morning the last part of the journey will bring us to Entebbe Airport. On the way back after Masako there will be an opportunity t9 stop at the equator for photo shoots, buying souvenirs and have lunch. We will bring you directly to Entebbe airport for an onwards flights.

  • Entebbe
  • Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary
  • Murchison Falls NP
  • Kibaale Forest NP
  • Queen  Elizabeth NP
  • Bwindi Impenetrable NP
  • Lake Mburo NP
  • Entebbe

The shuttle

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