What is included?
- Pick-up from the airport
- Car & fuel
- Gorilla and Chimp permits and all the game drives into the parks
- Batwa trai at Mgahinga National Park
- Guide (including accommodation and meals costs for him)
- Accommodation (homestay, guest house and other budget solutions)
- Breakfasts and meals during 'homestay program'
- park fees ($40 per person for 24h for every park visited), boat trips and social activities
wHAT IS NOT INCLUDED?
- Travel insurance
- Meals (except during “homestay program”)
- (alcoholic) drinks
WHAT TRANSPORT DO YOU USE?
4WD Toyota Land Cruisers. These are our own cars and drivers. The cars are well maintained and our drivers are experienced and English speaking Ugandans.
ARE THERE GROUP DISCOUNTS?
- $2350 per person for a group of 2 people
- $2150 per person for a group of 3 people
- $1950 per person for a group of 4 people
Pick up the Visitors at the Airport, long drive (350 Km) to Murchison Falls NP, stop at Ziwa Rhino sanctuary, arrive in Murchison Falls NP. If early enough you can have a first evening game drive.
Accommodations inside the park at beautiful and wild Fort Murchinson. Visitors will stay in double/triple room with private bathroom, bed and breakfast formula.
Morning Game drive, afternoon boat trip with UWA (Ugandan Wildlife Authority) boat and top to falls, sleep into the park.
Early wake-up, morning game drive before leaving Murchinson. Long drive to Fort Portal. This region is well known for craters lakes and tea plantations. Dinner at Eliba guesthouse where visitors will also spend the night. Eliba is a family managed guesthouse, double/triple room with private bathroom, bed and breakfast formula.
Early wake up, short drive to Kibale NP for chimpanzee track. The trekking will take from 3 to 5 hours. After a lunch (in a typical small restaurant), crater lakes tour and visit tea plantations. Drive to Queen Elizabeth NP, visitor will sleep in tents inside the park.
Breakfast and morning game drive around the park. In the afternoon boat trip on Kazinga Channel, a great chance to spot wildlife from a very short distance. Evening Game Drive, sleep into the park.
Drive to Ishasha sector looking for tree climbing lions. Continue to Kisoro where visitors will meet “the family” and local community. Very simple but cozy accommodations: rooms without electricity and shared bathroom. During homestay all meals are included.
Early wake-up (6.30 am), drive to Bwindi and Gorillas track! The trekking will start at 8.30, rangers will brief visitors about the gorilla family you are going to track. Trekking can takes from 3 to 6 hours. Travellers need to wear good boots and bring a rain jacket. Drive back to Kisoro, dinner at home.
Early wake-up (7.30 am), short drive to Mghainga NP and Batwa trail. The trekking will start at 9, Batwa guide will introduce visitors to their lands and history. Trekking can takes from 3 to 4 hours. Travellers need to wear good boots and bring a rain jacket. Drive back to Kisoro and visit the Batwa community and our project Save the Vulnerable Children, so visitors can see how difficult is Batwa life far from their forest. Dinner at home.
Early wake up, say bye to your hosting family and leave Kisoro. Long drive back to Entebbe (600 Km). Stop at lake Bunyonyi, than drive to Entebbe, where the tour end.