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Entebbe Uganda:
4 Penguins Hotel
15 km from Int. airport, is a right start to explore whole Uganda
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Day 1
Arrival at Entebbe International Airport, where you be met by Marabu Tour guide and transfer to 4 Penguins Hotel located near Lake Victoria. After a short brief we are going to Entebbe Botanic Garden. The walk here shows all the amazing green tropical trees and there inhabitants: monkeys (black-and-white colobus, red tailed monkey, and blue monkeys), birds, butterflies, flowers, dragonflies, ants etc. The story goes that in a part of the original Tarzan movie (1947) was shot here.  In the evening we have a wonderful dinner made of fish from Lake Victoria and degustation famous local gin (included into tour price). Overnight at 4 Penguins Hotel.

Day 2
After breakfast we will drive to Ziwa Rhino Ranch near Masindi where you will have a trekking with the rhinos.  Ziwa Rhino & Wildlife Ranch is home to Uganda’s only rhinos – making this a must for anyone who has come to Uganda to see Africa’s “Big Five”! Tracking these enormous creatures on foot through the savannah and swamps is a thrilling experience, and your specialist guide will share his expert knowledge on these impressive animals. Overnight at Kabalega Resort.

Day 3
Early morning we will drive towards Murchison Falls National Park. Murchison National Park occupies an area of 3840 square meters, is inhabited by 76 mammal species and 450 species of birds. Here we will have a graceful boat trip along the Victoria Nile to the great falls as we view clearly the hippopotamuses, crocodiles and birds. Then we leave the boat and trek (1 hour) to the top of the hill to see how the water falls makes its way through the rocks forming a great Murchison falls. After lunch we will take a ferry across the river Nile to the heart of Murchison Falls National Park and enjoy safari. We will be accompanied by a Uganda Wildlife Authority guide who are experts on the wildlife in the park and greatly increase your chances of finding the animals, so keep an eye out for the elephants, lions, and giraffes as well as large game herds. Overnight at Kabalega Resort.  

Day 4
We will drive to Jinja (288 km). We make a stop in the Equator in Masake for photos and watching water experiments, and buy some souvenirs. We will reach Brisk Hotel located on Lake Victoria, and in the afternoon we will visit the source of the Great Nile. We also will visit the place where the ashes of Mahatma Gandhi have been dispelled. Overnight at Brisk Hotel.

Day 5
On this day we shall have rafting across the Nile with professional guides who know how to have fun and take safety. Rafting across the Nile covering a distance of 31km with 6 rapids whereby between them it is possible to swim and observe numerous beautiful birds in the vicinity and then have dinner at the island. Here we offer you a boat trip in case you do not participate in rafting. But believe us! Rafting on the rapids’ of the Nile is a mad beauty of the great River Nile! On this same day, we will cross the Ugandan-Kenyan boarder and then proceed to Eldoret, a (195km) journey and rest in White Highland for refreshment and our first night in Kenya. Overnight at White Land.

Day 6
After breakfast in the second half of the day, we will travel to Nakuru Park (190 km) also commonly known as “the land of dust” to see ‘the man eaters’, and of course the peaceful Flamingos which paint the coastal Nakuru park.  Among these, we shall also have a safari within the park, viewing the black Rhinoceros which are at the verge of extinction, and also the widely spread fields of acacia woods that make it a comfortable stay for the antelopes, white rhinos, giraffes, and wild beasts in Nakuru Park.  Overnight at Kunste Hotel.

Day 7
Very early in the morning, we will go to Amboseli Park located near Great Kilimanjaro Mountain. This is one of the most beautiful parks with endless unfolding sceneries of Cheetahs, Hippopotamuses, Giraffes, the Zebras, antelopes and then most interestingly the Magnificent five of  Africa, i.e. the Leopard, Buffalo, Rhino, Elephant and the Lion.  This is then followed by a sit round-fire. Overnight at Nomoorah Camp.

Day 8
Early morning, we will climb the Observation Hill, followed by a short safari in the park then a  visit to the Masai village where we get to see their way of life and get acquainted with a life of “the gipsy of Africa’.  After, we will drive to Namangu and cross Kenia – Tanzania border. Overnight at Planet Lodge

Day 9
In the morning we will drive to Lake Manyara National Park and enjoy a wonderful safari. The park has remarkable wildlife and is known for its legendary tree-climbing lions and impressively tusked elephants. Large buffalo, wildebeest and zebra herds congregate on the grassy plains. The hippo pool is a good place to see these creatures up close. There have also been more than 400 bird species recorded with highlights being thousands of flamingos on their perpetual migration, as well as other large waterbirds such as pelicans, cormorants and storks. Overnight at Twiga camp.

Day 10
Today we will drive to Serengeti National Park that is Tanzania's oldest and most popular national park, also a world heritage site. It is featured in many documentaries and so stunningly beautiful, it is declared a Unesco World Heritage site. It is home to the spectacular wildebeest migration and offers top class wildlife viewing throughout the year. Great herds of buffalo, smaller groups of elephant and giraffe, and thousands upon thousands of eland, topi, kongoni, impala and Grant's gazelle are resident at any time of the year. All three big cats are easily seen: lions, cheetahs and leopards. Overnight at camping in the park.

Day 11
Whole day we will spend in Serengeti National Park safaris. We will explore the most interesting parts of the park. Overnight at camping in the park.

Day 12
In the morning we will drive to Ngorongoro Crater for 4-5 hour safari. The Ngorongoro Crater is the world's largest intact volcanic caldera.  Created by the collapse of a volcano, the extraordinary volcanic landscape of Ngorongoro is rich and fertile – and home to the densest concentration of wildlife in Africa. From its rim, it drops 600m to the crater floor, where wildlife including black rhino, hippo and a large lion population. It is home to approximately 30,000 animals at any one time.  The Crater rim is over 2,200 metres high and experiences its own climate. Overnight at Jacaranda

Day 13
Transfer to the airport. End of the trip.


2800 USD per person (2 people group)

2500 USD per person (4 people group)

2250 USD per person (6 people group)

1990 USD per person (8-14 people group)


1. Residing in double rooms (300 USD extra charges for Single room).

2. Breakfasts (In Amboseli and Serengeti National Parks three meals a day)

3. All movements within the limits of the program

4. Entrances to National Parks in Uganda, Kenia, Tanzania

5. Crossing the Nile by a boat and ferry on Murchison falls

6. Visiting Masai village

7. Walking rhino safaris



1. International air fare.

2. Uganda, Kenia, Tanzania visas (150 USD for 3 visas)

3. Lunch and dinner approximately 15-20 USD a day.

4. Nile rafting (125 USD)

5. Tips