Day One: Kampala- Queen Elizabeth National Park.
Our safari guide will pick you from your Camp in Kampala at 0700hrs and depart for Queen Elizabeth National Park. Head southwest via Masaka and Mbarara with en route stopover for photographs and informative presentations.
A combination of Kyambura & Kigezi wildlife reserves forms one of Africa’s most diverse ecosystems and the melting glaciers of the Rwenzoris create a vast wetland system comprising of two lakes George & Edward as well as connecting Kazinga channel which is home to thousands of Hippos on the shoreline and the savannah home to Elephants, lions, leopards and other animals.

After checking in take lunch and go for the afternoon boat across Kazinga Channel to Lake Edward you will be able to see a number of hippos. Overland you will enjoy more game view mammals such as elephants, lions, buffaloes, hyenas, different antelope species and mongoose among others. This boat cruise will expose you to exciting game viewing and birdlife with unique bird species that can only be found there and not else where in the country. Over 500 bird species are endemic to this park.

Day 2: Game drive and drive to Bwindi
After breakfast you will begin the day’s trip by making your entry into Kyambura Gorge for a thrilling Chimpanzee safari. Kyambura Gorge lies to the North East of Queen Elizabeth. It is 16 Km long and 100 metres deep. The Kyambura Gorge is as a result of deep erosion by the Kyambura River and consists of an island of riparian forest in the open savannah. Kyambura Gorge habours the only family of habituated chimpanzees in Africa. The rain forest is spectacular and offers dramatic steeply forested landscape and is incredibly dense with numerous animal trails allowing access to tourists. After your chimp tracking trip, depart via Ishasha towards Bwindi diverse habitants, like Ishasha River, Savannah woodland, and a marshy Lake Edward, flats support a variety of wildlife including elephants, warthogs, buffaloes, mongoose, waterbucks, Topi and a variety of birds. Dinner and overnight at your Camp.

Day 3: Gorilla Trekking in uganda
Mountain Gorillas are one of the most fascinating species of animal to many people. With their soulful eyes, obvious intelligence, and expressive nature, they tap a very fundamental sense of empathy. The Bwindi Impenetrable National Park is one of a small handful of places left on Earth where gorillas can be seen in their natural habitat.
The beauty of the tropical rain forest is spectacular. The thrill of spending time looking in the deep blue eyes of these gentle and endangered giants is an awesome adventure, exciting experience and unforgettable through your lifetime! Dinner and overnight at the Campsite.

Day 4: Return to Kampala
After breakfast, return to Kampala passing through the beautiful countryside of Western Uganda with a stopover in Mbarara for lunch.

End Of Gorilla Trekking in Uganda.