Gorilla Trekking & Wildlife safari

Gorilla Trekking & Wildlife safari

Day 1: MORNING TRANSFER TO QUEEN ELIZABETH NAT PARK

In the morning, you will leave Kampala and transfer to Queen Elizabeth national park stopping at the equator for photography reaching in the afternoon. check in at the lodge, have lunch and refresh waiting for the afternoon launch cruise at Kazinga channel. At 2:00 go for the boat cruise which provide you with great view of the various wild and bird life on the water shores. Dinner and overnight stay at your your Lodge.

Day 2: GAME DRIVE IN ISHASHA – TRANSFER TO BWINDI FOREST

After breakfast at 8:00 am transfer to Ishasha – the southern sector of Queen Elizabeth national park in search of tree climbing lions. It is approximately an hour’s drive from Mweya to Ishasha Gate. At 10:00 am lions begin climbing fig trees as they seek shelter in the tree branches from the scorching sunshine and relaxing after a night and morning feast on the antelopes.
At 13:00 O’clock transfer to Savannah Hotel for a hot lunch and later proceed to Bwindi national park for an evening Batwa (Pygmies) community walk. Overnight stay at your Lodge.

Day 3: GORILLA TREKKING AND LATER VISIT BATWA ‘PYGMIES’ IN THE FOREST

You will have morning breakfast and transfer to the park headquarters for briefing before trekking. From there, you will hike into the forest following different trails in the forest in follow of the allocated gorilla family. From there with the lead of an armed ranger, hike into the forest in search of a mountain gorilla family which will take you between 30 minutes and a whole day depending on the movement and location of the gorillas that day but you are greatly assured of seeing these endangered species. In the evening, you will visit the Batwa pygmies communities who will introduce you to their traditional forest life. Dinner and overnight at the lodge.

Day 4: DEPARTURE

Have breakfast and depart for Kampala with a picnic lunch enroute arrive late in the afternoon for your transfer to the airport.

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