Day 1:Arrival Uganda 

Arrival at Entebbe International Airport and warmly welcomed by our representative. You will be assisted with customs and immigration after meet your guide who will transfer you to your hotel. Check in, followed by dinner and overnight stay at Hotel No. 5

Day 2:Flight from Entebbe to Kasese to Kibale(1hour flight, 2 hour drive)

After breakfast, you may leave your extra luggage behind at the hotel to be collected on last day; alternatively, if you arrived yesterday morning, the driver will have taken it by road that morning. This morning you will carry your 15kg luggage and drive to Entebbe Airport for your morning flight to Kasese where your driver guide will be waiting to take you to Kibale.

After arrival at the property, you will check in and in the late afternoon visit, the Bigodi swamps for a walk in nature identifying different plants and birds especially the great blue turaco.

Day 3:Kibale National Park-Chimpanzee Habituation
After an early breakfast, you will depart the lodge with your packed lunches for the park headquarters for briefing thereafter proceed to the starting point. Ranger guides to the place where the Chimpanzees built their nests the previous night will lead you into the park. If you get into the forest quite early you could find them just getting up. You will then follow one Chimpanzee group and spend the entire time observing how they spend their day feeding, breastfeeding the little ones, hunting, patrolling among other activities till they build new nests where they will stay during the night. You will also see other primates in the forest like the Black and White Colobus Monkeys; Black faced Red Colobus, Red Tailed Monkeys, Olive Baboons and a variety of bird species. The experience for research reasons is 4 hours. You will then return to your lodge and relax.

Primate Lodge Double Cottage/Meal Plan: Full Board

Day 4:Kibale National Park -Queen Elizabeth National Park

Breakfast at the lodge and carry a packed lunch as you drive to Queen Elizabeth National Park.

The Park is understandably Uganda’s most popular tourist destination with a diverse ecosystem, which includes sprawling savanna, shady, humid forests, sparkling lakes and fertile wetlands. All these make it the ideal habitat for classic big game, ten primate species including chimpanzees and over 600 species of birds. Set against the backdrop of the jagged Rwenzori Mountains, the park’s magnificent vistas include dozens of enormous craters carved dramatically into rolling green hills, panoramic views of the Kazinga Channel with its banks lined with hippos, buffalo and elephants, and the endless Ishasha plains, whose fig trees hide lions ready to pounce on herds of unsuspecting Uganda Kob.

Check in to Elephant Plains Lodge Twin room and in the evening enjoy an evening game drive in the Park. Meal Plan: Full Board

Day 5:Morning Game drive -Afternoon Boat on Kazinga Channel

After breakfast, embark on a morning game drive exploring the park where there are high chances of seeing mammals like; Elephants, Buffaloes, Lions, Antelopes to mention but a few. You will then return to the lodge for lunch.

After lunch, you will proceed for a boat ride on the Kazinga Channel. The Kazinga channel is a wide, 32-kilometre (20 mi) long natural channel connecting the two Lakes; Lake Gorge (which is to the east) and Lake Edward (which is to the west). This channel is among the most important features in Queen Elizabeth National Park (which is the most well liked game reserve in Uganda covering an entire land area of 1,978 sq km). The channel has the wonderful view of the most important wildlife ventures within Queen Elizabeth National Park.

Dinner and Overnight at Elephant Plains Lodge Double room /Meal Plan: FB

Day 6:Queen Elizabeth -Game drive in Shasha -Bwindi National Park

After breakfast, depart Queen Elizabeth for Ishasha sector. Ishasha sector famously known for the tree-climbing lions. It is believed that the lions have adopted this unusual behavior to escape the tsetse flies and the heat of the lower ground. Being perched on a tree branch is also advantageous when it comes to finding supper, as they can observe their prey from high above.

Besides the tree-climbing lions, there is plenty of other wildlife to be seen, including the Ugandan Kob, buffalo, elephant, hippo and zebra. You will enjoy a drive in the sector before checking in to your accommodation for the night.

Day 7:Morning Game drive and proceed to Bwindi National Park 
After breakfast, you will have a morning game drive in Ishasha and get a chance to spot other animals like Hyenas, Fish Eagle or even a second glimpse of the tree-climbing lions. After your drive, you will proceed to Bwindi National Park. Bwindi is estimated to have half of the world’s surviving population of mountain gorillas –300 and more live within Bwindi boundaries.

Gorilla Forest Camp Sanctuary Retreats Double room/Meal Plan: Full Board

Day 8:Bwindi National Park -1st Gorilla Trekking
After an early breakfast and briefing from the guides, set off for the mountains gorilla trekking inside the Bwindi forest. You will need to carry drinking water, rain jacket and hiking boots while the rangers will provide you with a walking stick. Gorilla trekking is one of the unique activities you will enjoy while photographing and observing the gorillas.

Bwindi Impenetrable National Park’s 331 sq. kms of montane and lowland forest jungle lies in southwestern Uganda, 540 kms from Kampala. A UNESCO World Heritage Site that is only accessible on foot. It is one of the richest ecosystems in Africa providing a habitat for over 90 mammals (including 11 primates), 348 species of birds (including 23 highly localized Albertine Rift endemics), 202 species of butterflies, 163 tree species, over 100 species of ferns, 27 species of frogs, chameleons, geckos and other endangered species. Bwindi is however most notable for her 340 Mountain Gorillas, about half the world’s population of this critically endangered primate.  After trekking, come back to the lodge for late lunch and spend the rest of the evening relaxing.

Gorilla Forest Camp Sanctuary Retreats Double room/Meal Plan: Full Board

Day 9:Bwindi national park- second gorilla trekking

After an early breakfast and briefing once again, you will proceed to the park for the second Gorilla trekking. Buhoma sector was first opened when the Mubare Gorilla Family was set for tourists in 1993. The Gorilla families in Buhoma sector have since multiplied to the various families of Mubare, Rushegura and Habiyanja.

Gorilla Forest Camp Sanctuary Retreats Double room/Meal Plan: Full Board

 Day 10:Bwindi national park- fly from Kihihi to Entebbe- 2hour 30 minutes flight

Breakfast at the lodge and check out. Transfer to Kihihi airstrip for your scheduled flight to Entebbe. You will carry a packed lunch and your luggage will be brought to you at the airport you will depart for your outbound international flight.


Low Season(April. May ,November)

USD 8950 per person sharing based on 2 people

High Season

USD 10630 per person sharing based on 2 people


  • All accommodation properties mentioned in the summary itinerary below.
  • A professional and experienced English-speaking driver/tour guide.
  • Pick-up and airport transfers on Day 1, 2 and 10
  • Domestic flight ticket as mentioned in itinerary
  • All transportation in a 4×4 safari Landcruiser including fuel.
  • Park entry fees and activity fees.
  • Two Gorilla trekking permits per person.
  • All Taxes/VAT and all authority fees during the tour
  • Mineral water and fruits while on the way.



  • All activities mentioned as optional in the itinerary.
  • Entry Visa fees to Uganda $50
  • Tips, souvenirs, personal purchases, travel insurance and visa fees.
  • Other soft drinks in Entebbe and premium soft drinks and extra meals not mentioned in the itinerary at other properties.
  • Any forms of insurance
  • Required Vaccination like Yellow Fever that will need to be presented on arrival

Minimum 2 people

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