7 Day Primate Adventure Plus Lake Mburo National Park

Day 1: Kampala – Kibale National Park
After breakfast, you will be picked by your guide and then begin your journey to Kibale National park located on the south west of Uganda. It is home to 13 primate species, including the localized Red Colobus and L’Hoest’s monkey. It is world famous for having the highest biomass of primates in the world. It is also celebrated for its biodiversity. Arrive in time for lunch at your place of accommodation for an evening of relaxation. After lunch, take a guided nature walk in the Kibale Forest. 
Overnight options:
Midrange: 
Kibale Forest Camp
High end: 
Kibale Primate Lodge
 Ndali lodge.
Meal plan: Full board

Day 2: Kibale National Park – Queen Elizabeth National Park

Enjoy a morning of chimp trekking, and then return to the lodge for lunch. After Lunch, set off for Queen Elizabeth National Park via Fort Portal Town. The Journey to Queen Elizabeth is a truly scenic one covering some of the most beautiful parts of the country. Arrive in the evening for dinner and an overnight.
Overnight options:
Midrange:
Ihamba Safari lodge
High end options:
Mweya Safari Lodge
Ugandan Red Colubus
Katara lodge
Meal plan: Full board

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Day 3: Game drive/Launch cruise-Queen Elizabeth National Park
Queen Elizabeth National Park occupies an estimated 1,978 km2. The park extends from Lake George in the North to Lake Edward in the South West and includes the famous Kazinga Channel that connects the two lakes. It is home to 95 mammal species and over 500 bird species. The area around the Ishasha section of the park is famous for its tree climbing lions whose males spot black manes, a feature unique to the lions in this area.

Have an early breakfast and then go for an early morning game drive (3 hours) for a spectacular view of almost 95 mammal species and a remarkable 606 recorded bird species. Look out for elephants, the elusive giant forest hog, lions, world’s largest concentration of hippos, warthogs, leopards, buffaloes and the handsome Uganda kob. Get back to the lodge, relax and have an early lunch. After lunch, set of for a boat ride along the famous Kazinga Channel that links Lakes Edward and George. Return to the lodge for dinner and overnight.
Overnight options:
Midrange:
Ihamba Safari lodge
High end options:
Mweya Safari Lodge
Katara lodge
Meal plan: Full board
Day 4: Queen Elizabeth NP- Bwindi NP via Ishasha
Bwindi is a Rukiga word meaning impenetrable. Impenetrable because, it is a thick rainforest with steep haughty ridges and slippery valleys. It is home to more than half the world’s population of Mountain Gorillas, a sub species of the Gorilla beringei beringei. Mountain gorillas are only found in Bwindi and the Virunga massif area found in Uganda, Rwanda and Congo. Population is believed to be 880 with 400 in Uganda and 480 in Rwanda and Congo.
After an early morning breakfast, head out for Bwindi National park via the Ishasha section of Queen Elizabeth National Park in the hope of seeing wildlife and also tree climbing lions, only found in this area. Arrive in the late afternoon within the gorilla sanctuary of Bwindi. Have an early dinner and night in preparation of the trekking the next day.
Overnight options include:
Mid range:
Silverback lodge
Gorilla Safari Lodge
High end:
Clouds lodge
Mahogany Spring
Buhoma lodge
Gorilla Forest Camp
Meal plan: Full Board
Day 5: Gorilla trekking
Have early morning breakfast and after a short briefing by the guides, proceed through the undergrowth and thick creepers of the dense rain forest to track these endangered mammals. Sitting with the most peaceful, most rare and endangered of all the apes, is a fascinating experience. Gorilla trekking could take anywhere between 3-8 hours. After an hour allowed with the giants, return to the lodge.

Overnight options include: 
Mid range:
Silverback lodge
Gorilla Safari Lodge

High end:
Clouds lodge
Mahogany Spring
Buhoma lodge
Gorilla Forest Camp
Meal plan: Full Board.

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Day 6: Bwindi NP to Lake Mburo NP
Lake Mburo National Park is located in Western Uganda. The park has a variety of animals such as the burchell’s zebras, impalas and buffaloes, and over three hundred (300) bird species. It is the only park in Uganda with the Impala and one of the few places in the world you can view the burchell’s zebra. At 260 square kilometres (100 sq mi), the park is the smallest of Uganda’s Savannah national parks. At a distance of approximately 240 km from Kampala, it is the closest national park to the city and thus a day visit to and from Kampala is a possibility, albeit a tiring one!

Have an early breakfast, set out further down south about 4-5hrs drive to Lake Mburo national park. Check in and have lunch. In the afternoon take a boat ride on the lake and have a view of some of the animals like the crocodiles and hippos. Return to the lodge for dinner and overnight.
Overnight options include:
Mid range:
Arcadia Cottages
High end:
Mihingo lodge
Kimbla Mantana tented Camp
Meal Plan: Full board

Day 7: Transfer back to Kampala
After an early breakfast, go for a game drive in the park on which you expect to see among others the Burchell’s zebra, antelopes, buffaloes and hyenas. As you complete the two hour game drive, proceed out of the park on your journey back to Kampala. Stop for lunch in Masaka town and also stop at the Equator for a photo opportunity. Drop of at the hotel.
Overnight options:
Mid range
Cassia lodge
Imperial Royale Hotel
High end
Kampala Serena Hotel
Sheraton Kampala Hotel
Munyonyo Commonwealth Resort
Meal plan: Bed and Breakfast

End of tour

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