7 Days Flying Uganda Safaris , Flying safari in Uganda safaris Tours is one of the most selling Uganda trip because its short Uganda safaris that covers half of the interesting places in within the Uganda wild places.
Day 1. Arrive at Entebbe Airport. Pickup by Pamoja Safaris Uganda Driver Guide who will transfer you to your Hotel in Entebbe.
Day 2. Transfer by the Hotel representative to Entebbe Airport at 06H00
Day 3. Gorillas tracking. Full day activity
Day 4. After an early breakfast, transfer to the Airstrip to board your scheduled flight to Mweya airstrip.
Day 5. After an early breakfast, you will set off to Kasenyi for morning game drive. Transfer by Road to Kibale forest national park
Day 6. Go for Chimpanzee tracking in Kibale Forest National Park. (Optional activity at extra cost Bigodi Swamp Walk)
Day 7. Spend the morning at leisure, later transfer to the Airstrip for your scheduled flight to Entebbe for your international flight or transfer to your Hotel.
Day 1. Pick up and transfer to Hotel
Arrive at Entebbe Airport. Pickup by Pamoja Safaris Uganda Driver Guide who will transfer you to your Hotel in Entebbe and your meal plan will be on (BB) Bed and Breakfast (+|-15) Minute drives from the Airport to your Hotel.
Overnight at Lake Height Hotel | 2 Friend Hotel | The Boma Hotel
Day 2. Transfer to Entebbe Airport to Bwindi
In the morning after early breakfast, you will be Transfer by the Hotel representative to Entebbe Airport at 06H00 to board the domestic scheduled flight to Bwindi Airstrip. Pick up by our Representative who will transfer you to your lodge. (+|- 2) hours drives from the Airstrip to your lodge. Overnight at Buhoma Lodge |Clouds Mountain Gorilla Lodge | Trekkers Lodge | Chameleon Hill FB
Day 3. Gorilla trekking Safari
Up relatively early for breakfast to give you full energy needed for Gorillas tracking. Report at 7:30 AM to the ranger station for registration and briefing by the rangers, the rangers guide will lead you through the forest, parting thick creepers, to track the gorillas. The track can take from an half hour to 7 hour depending where the gorillas are. A reasonable degrees of fitness is required as well as a sturdy pair of walking shoes, enough bottled water, packed Lunch Box. The Driver | Guide shall wait for you from the point of start and pick you after the tracking then drive back with you to the Lodge.
Overnight at Buhoma Lodge |Clouds Mountain Gorilla Lodge | Trekkers Lodge | Chameleon Hill FB
BWINDI IMPENETRABLE FOREST NATIONAL PARK
Situated in the south-western part of Uganda, the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest sits along the edge of the East African rift at an altitude of between 1,160 and 2,607 meters above sea-level. It forms part of the Bwindi National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Biologically, this is a very diverse region. In fact, it contains close to 400 species of plants and other forms of vegetation. Although that is an incredible attraction for many tourists itself, no doubt the stars of the forest are the 320 mountain gorillas that live deep within it. In fact, this is almost half of the total population found on Earth. These majestic creatures do not survive in captivity, making it is essential that their habitat in Bwindi is preserved. These highly intelligent animals are very gentle and live in family groups with one leader, a male known as a silver-back. He can weigh up to 120kg and will defend his family to the death if they are threatened in any way.
Other wildlife in the forest include many other species of primates, such as Olive baboons and Chimpanzee. You can also expect to find Bush buck antelope and around 350 species of birds.
Bwindi Forest and surrounds offer a range of activities. Of course, tracking the mountain gorilla is top of the list, bird watching, various cultural encounters with the local.
Day 4. Transfer to Mweya Lodge
After an early breakfast, transfer to the Airstrip to board your scheduled flight to Mweya or Kasese airstrip Pickup by our representative upon your arrival. Transfer to your Hotel.
Spend the mid morning at leisure. In the afternoon go for 2 hours Boat along the Kazinga Channel. This gives you the opportunity to view wildlife up close, Nile Crocodile, Hippo’s huff and spray at a mere foot away from the Boat, Buffalo linger in the shallows. The shores of the Channel are also home to an array of birds including pink backed pelicans, pied and malachite kingfishers, saddle billed stork, Cormorants and many others.
After the Boat, if you wish to go for short game drive in the part of the park in search of lions, elephants, solitary buffaloes. This may be the best time for opportunities of viewing the cats in action owing to the vast population of Uganda Kobs. We have an excellent chance to view just about every animal here at very close range. Overnight at Mweya Lodge | Kyambura Gorge Lodge FB
QUEEN ELIZABETH NATIONAL PARK
Covers 1978km² of terrain, the Queen Elizabeth
National Park, establish in 1952, its well known in Uganda for its bountiful
wildlife. It is easily the country’s most popular tourist destination because
of this, although its unique and beautiful terrain certainly plays a part.
With the spiky Rwenzori Mountains as a backdrop, It features a range of ecosystems including tropical forests, meadows, Savannah, and swamps. Many ancient volcanic cones and Craters are dotted amongst the parks attractive hilly terrain, while salty Crater lakes such as those found at Katwe and endless plains filled with fig trees flourish. These fig trees at Ishasha hold a surprising top-secret. It is here that Lions climb tree and wait to ambush any suspecting prey and to regulate the body temperature. Their tree climbing ability has made them one of the prime attractions in the park.
Queen Elizabeth National Park is also home to a range of 90 species of Mammals such as the Uganda Kob, Topi and other antelope species, African Savannah Elephant, Olive baboons, hippos, warthog, Buffalo and troops of Chimpanzees in Kyambura Gorge The park has well over 600 species of bird and is a popular destination for birders from all over the world. Expect to see over 11 kinds of kingfisher, black bee-eaters, Shoebill storks, raptors and of course, a range of birds of prey. Beautiful flocks of pink flamingos tend to congregate around the Crater lakes found in the North of the park.
Day 5. Drive to Kibale Forest National Park
Today we wake up a bit early for lit breakfast, you will set off to Kasenyi for morning game drive. Come back for full Breakfast at 10 o’clock. Later transfer by Road to Kibale Forest National Park. (+|- 3) hours drive.
Overnight at Primate Lodge Kibale | Kyaninga Lodge | Crater Safari Lodge FB
Day 6. Chimpanzee Tracking
Enjoy your morning breakfast, later transfer to Kanyanchu park headquarters for clearance before entering the forest for your Chimpanzee activity. These gorgeous apes, more closely related to humans than to any other living creature, are tremendous fun to watch as they scream and play in fruity trees. A network of shady forest trails in light terrain provides much joy to nature lovers and especially botanist and birders are in for special treat.
The Chimpanzee tracking is fascinating experience. You will be allowed to spend 1 hour after allocating and have mesmerizing relative as you observe them swing from a different tree. The track last 2 to 3 hours. Chimpanzee are the most shout after primate by visitors. You may ask your guide for different species of birds, plants, and other primates.
Overnight at Primate Lodge Kibale | Kyaninga Lodge | Crater Safari Lodge FB
Day 7. Transfer back to Kasese Airfield
Spend the morning at leisure, later transfer to the Airstrip for your scheduled flight to Entebbe for your international flight or transfer to your Hotel.
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