7 days Uganda Wildlife adventure includes wilderness, Birding and Cultural Experience. Queen Elizabeth National Park is the most popular and easily accessible game reserve in Uganda. Situated on the Albertine Rift overlooking the mysterious Mountains of the moon (The Rwenzoris) in South-western Uganda, the park covers 2000 square km and includes a remarkable variety of echo systems from semi-deciduous Tropical to green meadows, savannah, crater lakes and swamps. A total of 95 mammal species have been recorded here, the highest for any Ugandan National Park.
It is also home to the most famous Tree-climbing lions along the Ishasha Sector, the Ugandan cob, and other Antelope species, as well as Elephants, Buffaloes, Hippos, Baboons, and elusive primates in the scenic Kyambura gorge. An impressive 547 confirmed bird species have been recorded in Queen Elizabeth NP. In addition to all these fascinating game viewing and birding; a relaxing boat trip along the Kazinga Channel will give you an Ultimate experience.
You will be picked by our Safari guide and then Transfer you at booked hotel for Dinner and Overnight.
Day1: Transfer to Queen Elizabeth National Park.
Pick up from your hotel by your guide to Queen Elizabeth National Park (6-7hrs), with en- route stopovers for lunch and at The Equator for photo opportunity and then check inn at your booked hotel, dinner and overnight.
Day2: Morning Game drive/Afternoon Boat Cruise.
Set off for an early morning game drive in kisenyi plains and view different wildlife and then afternoon boat cruise on kazinga channel. Dinner and overnight
Day3: Ishasha game drive/Transfer to Bwindi National Park.
In the morning after breakfast at 7:00 am, The Trip will take you through Ishaasha sector for climbing lions on your to bwindi buhoma Sector dinner and overnight at booked lodge.
Day4: Gorilla Tracking in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park
The day starts with an early breakfast and packed lunch and then you will be driven to the briefing point. After briefing, your gorilla tracking will start, and it takes only 2- 4 hours.
Day5: Transfer to Lake Bunyonyi (3-4 hrs)
Lake Buyonyi (the deepest lake), should not be missed when visiting Uganda, tucked away in the Gorilla Highlands, it is a must visit destination for every traveler. Dinner and overnight
Day6: Lake Bunyonyi Experience
Wake up early morning and have breakfast 7:00am then after starting your experience on Lake Bunyonyi for both morning and evenning. Return in the evening for dinner and overnight.
Day7: Transfer to Kampala
After a relaxed breakfast, you will check out and embark on the 7-8 hours’ journey to Kampala with Lunch and interesting stopovers including igoongo cultural center for lunch and then to Kampala at booked hotel.
You will wake up early in the morning and have breakfast and do city tours as you wait for your departure time