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Uganda Chimpanzee Tracking Safari – 5Days

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5 Days 4 Nights
Entebbe International Airport
Kibale National Park
Min Age : 14+
Max People : 28

A five Day Chimpanzee Tracking Safari in Uganda

Visiting Uganda Chimpanzee Tracking Safari for 5 days takes to the submerging beauty of Africa, with thousands of ancient trees, unique cultures with massive presentations around the Savannah game parks, magical potshots with the highest concentration of wildlife species, ideal positions that register hundreds of Uganda visitors. As you drive through the bending roads, observe the pointing hills that have been sculpted by time and revered by generations of local people.

Visiting Uganda on a 5 days Uganda Safari gives it all in harmony, we visit the Savannah National parks with rolling grassland scattered with shrubs and Isolated trees which are home to a whole host of wildlife. Kibale National Park‘s twisted bark, hollows, and dead woods provide a multitude of specialist habitats including nest sites for Chimpanzees, hundreds of bird species. The other parks we shall visit include the most visited Savanna Park Queen Elizabeth National Park, a great survivor Savannah national Park that has lived through remarkable changes but its adventurous scenes never fail to impress on your Uganda Safari.

Proposed iteneray for 5 days Uganda Chimpanzee Tracking Safari:

Day 1 Transfer  to Kibale National Park 6 – 7 hrs.
Day 2 Chimpanzee tracking & visit to Bigodi wetland-Kibale national park N/A
Day 3 Transfer to Queen Elizabeth National Park N/A
Day 4 N/A
Day 5 Transfer back to Kampala 8 – 9 hrs.

Detail Itinerary

Day 1: Transfer to Kibale National Park

Early morning, the City is already astir, after your breakfast, our driver guide will drive you through the City’s street lights towards KNP. Get to see and understand the city life, proceed on a 310 kilometers drive to Kibale National Park in the southern region via the Kampala-Mubende-Fort portal highway. Enroute Observe nature offerings, the pointing adjacent hill with coffee plantations, the grazing local herds of cattle, different town suburbs with locals selling off their merchandise and so much more.

Later, you will check in your preferred lodge in Kibale and have lunch.  After your lunch, Prepare for a nature walks in the last remaining forest expanses to comprise of both lowland and montane forests in eastern Africa, engage with the mothers nature store as you experience the whole biodiversity of the park, Encounter with the two tribes. Batoro and Bakiga communities living around the park which after you will return to the lodge and relax.

Location: Kibale Forest National Park

Meal plan: half board

Accommodation Option:

  • Budget: Lake Nkuruba Camp Site | Rweteera Safari Park
  • Midrange: Chimpanzee Guest House | Kibale Forest Camp
  • Luxury: Kyaninga Safari Lodge | Papaya Lake Lodge

 

Day 2: Chimpanzee tracking & visit to Bigodi wetland-Kibale national park

Early Morning after your breakfast, you will be briefed about your Chimpanzee tracking in Kibale forest Safari, along with your armed game ranger you penetrate the forest following the trails in the park as you track the chimps guided by their evocative pant-hoot calls, Kibale forest National Park is an ideal center for eco-tourism and safari destination, and is popular for its population of habituated chimpanzees and twelve other species of primate, meaning that you can interact with the Chimpanzees in Kibale forest not forgetting that the park has one of the highest diversity and concentration of primates in Africa.

Encounter with unique forest dwellers inclusive of the red colobus monkey, the rare L’Hoest’s monkeys, the black-and-white colobus, and the blue monkeys. Enjoy bird watching to over 325 sited species of birds. The park is also home to other wildlife species that include elephants, duikers, bushbucks, sitatungas, bushpigs, giant forest hogs, common warthogs, after the chimpanzee tracking you will return back to your lode and have your lunch.

After lunch in the afternoon, Enjoy nature walks in Bigodi Wetland Sanctuary! A fascinating area, located in Magombe swamp, this area is recognized for an extensive array of biodiversity among which are several primates species like the red colobus monkey, baboon, black & white colobus monkey, blue monkey grey cheeked, mangabey, vervet monkey, red-tailed monkey, and the L’Hoest’s monkey. After the visit, you will return back to your lodge.

Location: Kibale Forest National Park

Meal plan: full board

Accommodation Option:

  • Budget: Lake Nkuruba Camp Site | Rweteera Safari Park
  • Midrange: Chimpanzee Guest House | Kibale Forest Camp
  • Luxury: Kyaninga Safari Lodge | Papaya Lake Lodge

 

Day 3: Transfer to Queen Elizabeth National Park

Wake up on the golden awakening sunlight, after your breakfast, check out from the lodge, and transfer to Queen Elizabeth National Park (QENP), Uganda’s most visited Savannah Park in the Western Region of Uganda that is comprised of prominent touristic hubs like the Maramagambo Forest, the Kigezi Game Reserve, the Kyambura Game Reserve, and the Kibale National Park.

Drive through the open rocky escarpments, to cover 2-3 hours road drive to Queen, the region is Uganda’s leading tourist hub encompassed by the Snow-capped Rwenzori Mountains National Park. Check-in at your lodge, have lunch and prepare for an evening game drive.

The evening game drive is a gateway for the big game safari, visiting the Savannah to see the whole host that includes; African buffaloes, Ugandan kobs, hippopotamus, Nile crocodiles, African bush elephants, African leopards, lions and other grazing wild-species in the Savannah. The park is home to 95 mammal species and over 500 bird species.

Location: Queen Elizabeth National Park

Meal plan: full board

Accommodation Option:

  • Budget: Pumba Safari Cottages | Bush Lodge
  • Mid-range: Irungu Forest Safari Lodge | Elephant Hub Lodge
  • Luxury: Mweya Safari Lodge | Elephant Plains Game Lodge

 

 Day 4: Morning game drive & launch trip

Wake up on the whispering jungles, with intermixed sounds emanating from the wilderness, after your breakfast, drive through the game to spot out the early risers including the nocturnally. This offers an authentic approach to define the Savannah, spot our hyenas coming out from their dens, Buffaloes crossing to their grazing short Savannah. Unique bird species whirling in Open clouds. Visit the Ishasha Sector famous for the great kings of the Jungle described as the tree climbing lions, the area around Ishasha in Rukungiri District is famous for its tree-climbing lions, whose males sport black manes.

After game drive you will have a short relaxation as well on ground nature sightings, this is a magnificent picturesque for good photo captions and have lunch as well. Then after your lunch, transfer to the Kazinga channel for a launch trip, the channel connects two lakes, Lake Edward and Lake George. The launch trip introduces you to a varied range of animals and birds, with one of the world’s largest concentrations of hippos and numerous Nile crocodiles seen throughout the year. After the experience drive back to the lodge for relaxation.

Location: Queen Elizabeth National Park

Meal plan: full board

Accommodation Options:

  • Budget: Pumba Safari Cottages | Bush Lodge
  • Mid-range: Irungu Forest Safari Lodge | Elephant Hub Lodge
  • Luxury: Mweya Safari Lodge | Elephant Plains Game Lodge

 

Day 5: Lake Katwe, crater lakes exploration and Transfer to Kampala

After your breakfast check out of the lodge and Visit the Kasenyi fishing villages. In this sector, see the local methods used to catch fish as well as identifying different fish caught on the channel. Proceed and visit the Lake Katwe crater deposits, see and learn how the locals especially women get into the lake extract salt deposits using their hands and other local tools, A method that is risky and dangerous to their human life, Yes, it’s survival for the fittest.

Later you will embark on your journey through Mbarara-Masaka-Kampala. Have a short stopover in Mbarara for your lunch. Proceed passed Lake Mburo National Park in Mbarara with unending sightings as you see the Ankole’s long-horned cattle, graze in the Park with adjacent acacia trees covering the park. Proceed passed Masaka up to Kampala City/Airport/Your hotel/your preferred area of destination in Kampala City.

 

Includes

·         Airport transfers

·         4×4 transport with English speaking local guide/driver for all road transport

·         Accommodation & all meals above

·         All park entrances fees

·         Drinking water in the vehicle

  • Mentioned activities
  • Chimpanzee permits
Excludes

·         International visas

  • Accommodation facilities while in Kampala
  • All expenses of personal nature such as tips and drinks
Health

·    Yellow fever and malaria prophylactics are required

·     COVID19 certificate

  • Officials have a right to refuse entry if you are found to have or show any signs of communicable diseases
Visas

  • Most nationalities require a visa to enter Uganda which can be obtained on arrival at USD 50 per person, single entry. Passport must be valid for a minimum of 6 months
Flights

  • It is imperative that you confirm your onward /return flights.  Please contact our offices for assistance.

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