5 days of wildlife and superb gorilla trekking, this safari takes to lake Mburo one of the smallest natural parks – popular for its zebras, and conspicuous birdlife thereafter continue to Bwindi impenetrable forest an ancient antic that not only houses the endangered mountain gorillas but also provides refugee to elephants, chimpanzees, monkeys and small antelopes not to mention 23 bird species restricted to the Albertine Rift.

Trip Itinerary

Day 1: Arrival

Meet and great at Entebbe international airport for your wildlife and Gorilla safari by Jungle Safaris representative, you will receive a briefing shortly about your safari and Uganda in general. Depending on your time of arrival you may have a ride through either Entebbe or Kampala depending on where you choose to spend the night.

Day 2: Transfer to Lake Mburo National park

Jump start your day to an adventure with a tropical breakfast at your hotel where your guide will pick you and head out south west of Uganda, you may have several stopovers as you desire, the most exciting being at the Equator where you may take photographs and also stand in two hemispheres at the same time. Continue our journey through beautiful country side, the evergreen fields graced with long horned cattle the pride of Ankole, lots of banana plantation all the way to whispers of the wild.  Most likely you will get there in time for lunch and relax a bit. Later in the afternoon take a boat trip o n lake Mburo where you will enjoy scenes of wildlife and birdlife with lots of zebras, crocodiles, and hippos you sure wouldn’t want to miss out on that shot.

Day 3: Transfer to the Gorilla Nest

An early game rive through the green acacia as you drive out of the national park , your most likely going to spot a few  zebras…… among others, before taking to the highlands known as the Switzerland of Africa with terraced hills and winding roads the scenery is amazing.

­Day 4:  Gorilla trekking safari

Finally the highlight and long awaited encounter with the gentle giants, receive a briefing about the trek before taking to the steep and dense rain forest led by an experienced guide along the trails that lead to the shy and peaceful giants that are the tip of any Ugandan or African safari. The encounter is humbling and unforgettable; you are entitled to an hour of interaction and photography before returning to the lodge. Later in the afternoon depending on he time you come back from the trek and your ability you could have a community walk around the villages and explore people’s ways of life

Day 5: Departure

After an early morning breakfast drive back to Kampala and depending on your flight time you may have a few stopovers like at the Igongo cultural centre that houses the culture and heritage of the southwestern people and at the Mpigi royal drum makers.

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