Safari highlights

This 4 days Uganda safari gives the travelers on tour of Uganda an opportunity to experience top Uganda safari activities in the least amount of time. Mountain gorilla trekking is ranked the best Uganda safari activity that gets travelers more closely with nature and the wilderness. The chimpanzee tracking comes closely in second position. Game viewing safaris are many travelers’ dream and Queen Elizabeth is the ideal arena that offers maximum opportunities for widlife sightings. The 2-hour boat cruise on the Kazinga channel gives travelers maximum chances to explore and interact with wildlife more intimately in a very safe way.

Detailed safari activities

Bwindi Impenetrable; Mountain gorilla trekking

Queen Elizabeth; Chimpanzee trekking

                            Gameviewing safari

                            Boat cruise

Day 1: Travel to Bwindi Impenetrable

Our staff and safari guide on your safari in Uganda will pick you up from your address / an agreed point and you set out on your travel to Bwindi. Many travelers on safari in Uganda get a brief stop at the equator line crossing point to capture Uganda safari memorial photos. Mbarara town further ahead is very ideal for a lunch break. You will then proceed into the Kigezi highlands late afternoon before the thick rainforests of Bwindi give you a unique resounding Uganda safari welcome into your hotel. To the traveler on safari into Uganda, this is the second most chilling place after the top of Ruwenzori Mountains.

Day 2: Gorilla Tracking in Bwindi Forest

Rise up at first light and a hot cup of coffee will rub off the coldness of the night. Mountain gorilla trekking safaris start in the morning and your guide will escort you to gorilla trek starting point. All procedures completed, the ranger escorts will descend you into the thick rainforests. You will wander in the wilderness and explore all corners suspected to be feeding areas. Shortly, the gorilla trekking team will discover the exact location basing on the field experiences of the rangers. Gorilla trekking regulations limit interaction with gorillas to an hour maximumly. You will then begin your travel back and reunite with your safari guide. After a brief rest and bodystretching break, you will begin your travel to Queen Elizabeth National Park through the Ishasha game reserve and check into your hotel at sunset.

Day 3: Chimpanzee trekking in Kyambura gorge, boat cruise

Chimpanzee tracking is another popular Uganda safari activity that gives travelers an opportunity to interact with primate species more related to humankind than the rest. Your safari guide on tour of Uganda will escort you to chimpanzee tracking starting point at Kyambura gorge. Ranger escorts will descend you steep and threatening escarpment onto the floor of a river gorge. The chimpanzees inhabit a riverline forest feeding on fruits, twigs, flowers, barks and roots of particular plants. The interaction with chimpanzees is limited to an hour after which you return to chimpanzee tracking start off point to meet your safari guide. The 2-hour afternoon boat cruise on the Kazinga Channel is so exciting, body refreshing a must do Uganda tour. A sunset game viewing drive en route to your hotel gives you an opportunity of spotting nocturnal wildlife species on your tour into Uganda.

Day 4: Game viewing, travel to Kampala

Rise at first light and take a hot cup of coffee to boost your Uganda game viewing safari adrenalin. Your safari guide will be ready and together you set out on morning game viewing safari. You will travel to Kasenyi circuit traverse the grassland savannas and wander into the plain rift searching for predators on the hunt. The entire wilderness is at your disposal to explore and discover exciting sightings on your game viewing safari in Uganda. You will then embark on travel back to Kampala via Fort Portal town for a lunch break. You will travel safely and arrive in Kampala in the afternoon. Your safari guide on tour of Uganda will escort you to Entebbe International Airport in time for your departure flight or an agreed point to mark the end of your safari in Uganda.