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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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10 Days Uganda: Primate's tour

Day 1 - Arrival to Entebbe

Arrival at Entebbe International Airport, where you be met by Marabou 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. Dinner and overnight in 4 Penguins Hotel.

Day 2 - Ziwa Rhino Ranch

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. Transfer to Murchison Falls national park.

Day 3 - Murchison Falls National Park

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.

Day 4 - Drive to Fort Portal, Walumbe Pits

We will drive to Fort Portal (450 km), and make a stop in the most mysterious place of Uganda – Tanda Pits (Walumbe Pits of Uganda). Walumbe pits are recesses in the rock, 1.5 meters wide and up to 70 meters long), going vertically downwards into the ground. There are 240 pits that bring questions of who could have spared the time to dig all these pits. Animals seem to keep away from this place, and the people who dared to go down into the depths of the pits, said that they were overcome with inexplicable horror. Overnight in Fort Portal

Day 5 - Chimp trekking in Kibale National Park
Chimp trekking is done in the mornings as you get to see the chimpanzees alongside other primates like grey- checked mangabey, black and white colobus, red tailed money, vervet monkey, olive baboons. In the evening you can visit the Magombe swamp to check out a list of birds. Drive to Kasese

Day 6 -  Queen Elizabeth National Park
Travel in the morning to Queen Elizabeth Park, a park that is endowed with rich wildlife. Go for a game drive to the Kasey plains and gaze at the beauty of Uganda. Check out herds of elephants, bush buck, Defassa waterbuck, warthogs, buffalos among others. we enjoy a morning game drive in Queen Elizabeth National Park. Expect to see the famous Big Five; Elephants, Buffalos, Lions, Bush bucks, Kobs, Giant forest hog, Hyenas, Waterbucks and Warthogs. In the afternoon we will cross the amazing Kazinga channel and forward to Ishasha Plains, that is well known for its tree-climbing lion population. Around 20:00 we arrive to Kihihi for overnight.


Day 7 - Queen Elizabeth National Park, drive to Bwindi

Early morning we will have one more safari in Queen Elizabeth National Park with thousands of Ugandan kobs, lions, and elephants to see. Then we will drive to Kisoro.
Day 8 - Gorilla trekking in Bwindi

Today enjoy gorilla trekking in Bwindi! Wake up and take a cup of tea followed by a brief talk by the park rangers at the park quarters then finally head to the forest to search for these unique creatures in the highland areas, gorillas. There are roughly 700 mountain gorillas remaining on Earth, and nearly half live in the forests of the Virunga mountains in central Africa. Gorilla trekking is unpredictable. It's difficult to foresee how many hours you will hike. The gorilla excursion can take from 2 up to 8 hours. Expect to walk along distance in steep and muddy conditions, sometimes with rain overhead, before you encounter any gorillas. For conservation purposes, time spent with the gorillas is limited to one hour. A ranger will brief you on how to behave with the gorillas. After gorilla trekking we drive forward to a small town Lyantonde.


Day 9 - Transfer to Entebbe
We will drive to Jinja (490 km). We make a stop in the Equator in Masake for photos and watching water experiments, and buy some souvenirs. Overnight in 4 Penguins Hotel
Day 10 - Ngamba islands or fishing on Lake Victoria
Today you have a chance to visit chimps island (Ngamba island). Early morning we will take a motor speed boat to the island (45 minutes). Here you will be able to feed chimps and learn more about this amazing animals.

Another option ftoday is local style fishing on  Lake Victoria. For guest who catches a fish, it will be cooked for free in 4 Penguins Restraint.

Transfer to the airport. End of the trip

 

INCLUDES:

1. Residing in double rooms

2. Breakfasts

3. All movements within the limits of the program, park guides and security

4. Chimps and Gorillas trekking permits

5. Professional guides and security

 

NOT INCLUDED:

1. International air fare.

2. Uganda visa

3. Lunch and dinner approximately

4. Tips

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