Uganda is all about its friendly people and the diversity in landscapes and activities. This trip will show you the best of what Uganda has to offer. Queen Elizabeth National Park features grassland Savannah teeming with wildlife and Bwindi Forest is full of interesting endemic flora and fauna. All of this is on top of all main highlights like gorilla tracking, chimpanzee tracking and the boat safaris. And, as with all our mid-range trips, you will stay in an excellent array of comfortable lodges!


Tour Schedule

Day 1: Arrival, transfer to Kampala

Day 2: Travel to Fort Portal/ Kibale Forest

Day 3: Chimpanzee Tracking in Kibale Forest and Swamp walk

Day 4: Travel to Queen Elizabeth National Park

Day 5: Safari and Boat Trip in Queen Elizabeth N.P.

Day 6: Travel to lake Mutanda

Day 7: Gorilla Tracking in Bwindi Forest

Day 8: Travel back to Kampala or Entebbe.


  • Gorilla trekking
  • Swamp walk

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