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Uganda is a superb destination most sought after when it comes to wildlife views. It is home to critically endangered species of the mountain gorilla. Our 9 Days Exploring Uganda Safari will lead you to Murchison Falls National Park in search of the so-called big five of the wilderness, it is a great place to see hippos, African elephants, African buffaloes, lions, leopards, take a tour in the few remaining tropical rain forest of the western part of Uganda, Kibale Forest National Park is home to the country’s 13 primate species and is popular for the chimpanzee, the Queen Elizabeth National Park is second largest of the country it is a known haven for birds and tree climbing lions towards the southern sector of the forest, Bwindi Impenetrable National Park is one lovely place to meet Mountain gorillas the forest hosts half population of the world’s remaining Species of the primates they love within the forest without being captivated.

Tour Highlight

  • Gorilla Habituation.
  • Wildlife Game Drives.
  • Chimpanzee Tracking.
  • Bigodi Wetland Walk
  • Boat trips in Murchison & Queen Elizabeth National Parks.
  • Batwa Village Visit.
9 Days Exploring Uganda Safari

9 Days Exploring Uganda Safari Highlight Includes-

Murchison Falls National Park Game Drive.

The Murchison Falls National Park Game Drive takes place in the Murchison Falls National Park. The main areas of the drive are the Delta, Buligi Peninsula and the southern section which is known as the heart of Murchison. The Delta allows visitors an opportunity to see Lions, while the triangle of grassland in the Buligi Peninsula provides an opportunity to see elephants, buffalo, antelopes, and giraffes. This grassland is bound by the Victoria Nile entering Lake Albert with the Albert Nile flowing out of it. Lions, leopards, and waterbirds along with hippos can also be spotted here. Much of the southern part is populated with dense bush and forest, where lions and giraffes can also be seen.

Murchison Falls Boat Trip.

Launches run from Paraa to the base of the Falls.  The three-hour return journey is for many a highlight of a trip to Murchison. Along the river, there are thousands of hippos, enormous crocodiles, amazing bird life a possible sighting of the rare shoebill. A boat trip from Paraa to the Delta where the Victoria Nile enters Lake Albert offers excellent game viewing and birding opportunities and takes about five hours.

Kibale Forest Chimp Tracking.

The most favorite of Kibale’s walks embark on from the Kanyanchu Visitor Center at 08.00 & 15.00 and lasts 2 to 3 hours. Chimpanzees are the most sought-after primate by visitors, but you should look out for the black & white colobus, red-tailed monkey, or the grey-cheeked mangabey. Your guides will be able to show you pittas & different bird species and will give details of the tradition of the plant species within the forest. This walk is for 6 people in a group.

Gorilla Habituation Experience Bwindi.

Found inside the Ugandan borders, at the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park, this is a learning experience that has become a stable activity presented by the Uganda Wildlife Authority on a small scale. The experience accommodates a maximum of 4 each day. Bookings for this kind of activity are done approximately 6 months prior to the habituation day specifically during the months of December all through to March and July to October. Gorilla Habituation allows a person 4 hours in the company of the gorillas.

Selected Lodges for your stay Include:-

No.5 Boutique Hotel.

Nestled in the leafy suburbs of Entebbe, is the new and stylish boutique hotel, Hotel No.5. From the moment you arrive, you are warmly welcomed and cared for. With luxurious rooms opening onto the garden and swimming pool, this is a great option for guests looking for an intimate stay in a tranquil setting. Make yourself at home – unwind beside the swimming pool, pamper yourself with a spa treatment, or work up a sweat in the hotel gym. For one of the most flavorsome dining experiences in Entebbe, carefully planned menus are paired to an international wine list, and served with pride.

Clouds Mountain Gorilla Lodge

Remote, beautiful, and intimate, Clouds is a breathtaking lodge set high above the clouds at Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park. Guests stay in individual stone cottages with large private sitting rooms complete with a fireplace, overstuffed armchairs, and art commissioned from some of Uganda’s best artists. The main lodge feels like someplace else – soaring ceilings, massive exposed wooden beams, big picture windows with endless views of treetops, volcanoes, and mountains. It feels like a ski chalet in the Alps. Or a stone palace in the Rocky Mountains. But with the gentle and warm welcome, the quiet dedication of the personal butlers, and the smiles on the faces of virtually all the staff, this can only be in Uganda.

Kyambura Gorge Lodge.

This renowned Kyambura Gorge Lodge, with entirely remodeled public areas and gardens, has been converted from a coffee store to create a breathtakingly beautiful space. The lodge is located on the edge of Queen Elizabeth National Park with sweeping views of the rolling savanna, the distant mountains of the moon, and the sunken Kyambura Gorge. The guest bandas have an afro-chic theme with the accent on local artifacts re-imagined in a new context. Each banda offers a unique view either across the savanna or the gorge. There are four new deluxe bandas and four standard bandas. A new spa and swimming pool was launched in 2019.

Ndali Lodge.

Known as the ‘Cradle of the Nile’, Uganda is one of Africa’s best-kept secrets. Few countries can boast the infinite variety of flora and fauna and such diverse and spectacular scenery. Uganda has much to offer first-time visitor to Africa as well as veteran travelers.

Ndali Lodge is set stunningly amidst the Bunyaruguru crater lake region of Western Uganda, 26 kilometres south of Fort Portal lies at the centre of 1000 acres of privately owned fertile farmland still cultivated in a traditional style. A visit to Uganda would not be complete without experiencing the wonders Ndali has to offer.

Nile Safari Lodge.

Nile Safari Lodge is a luxury eco-friendly safari lodge located on the Victoria Nile River banks in Uganda. The lodge is situated in the heart of the Murchison Falls National Park and offers spectacular views of the river and endless game viewing opportunities. Accommodation includes eight secluded bandas equipped with en-suite facilities, a private view deck with deck chairs and a mosquito net. Guests may enjoy delicious meals at the on-site restaurant.

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