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16 Days Uganda Safari Adventure .

The safari adventure in Uganda lasts 16 days. You’ll get to see amazing wildlife and nature. The trip takes you through different areas of Uganda. You’ll see national parks, forests, and other beautiful places. The safari lets you experience the country’s diverse landscapes and animals. It’s an exciting way to explore the wonders of Uganda.

The 16 days Uganda Safari Adventure lets you explore the beauty of Uganda. This tour goes from the North to South of the country. You’ll see the “True African Wilderness” – from wildlife and birdlife to famous sites. .You’ll visit Murchison Falls National Park to see the world’s strongest waterfalls. You’ll explore crater lakes, and go to Queen Elizabeth National Park known for tree climbing lions. .Then you’ll head to Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park, famous for mountain gorillas. The tour also includes Lake Bunyonyi and Lake Mburo National Park. .This 16-day safari gives you an ultimate experience in the Pearl of Africa.
Safari destinations.

Kidepo Valley National Park is a national park in Uganda. It is located in the northeastern part of the country. The park has diverse wildlife. It has savannah and mountains. Visitors can see elephants, buffalo, and other animals there. The park is known for its beautiful scenery. It’s a popular destination for tourists who want to explore Uganda’s natural beauty.
Kidepo Valley National Park is in Kaabong district in northeast Uganda. It borders Sudan and Kenya. The park covers 1,442 square kilometers. The name comes from a Karamojong word meaning “to pick from down.” The park has an open grassy savannah. It has a mix of acacia trees, other tall grasses, dry bushes, short trees, and shrubs.

Kidepo Valley Park has over 75 different mammals. These include hyenas, aardwolves, caracals, cheetahs, and different types of antelopes like kudu, klipspringer, dik-dik, and gazelles. The park also has African wild dogs, lions, leopards, giraffes, zebras, elephants, and buffalo. Around 475 bird species can be found in the park, like ostriches, vultures, woodpeckers, hornbills, weavers, sunbirds, and bee-eaters.
Murchison Falls National Park is a protected area in Uganda. It has a beautiful waterfall. The waterfall is called Murchison Falls. It is where the Nile River flows through a narrow gap. This creates a powerful waterfall. The park is home to many wild animals. Visitors can see elephants, giraffes, hippos, and more. It’s a popular tourist destination in Uganda.

From Kidepo Valley National Park, you will visit Murchison Falls National Park. It is located in the northwest part of Uganda. The park covers areas like Masindi, Buliisa, Amuru, Pakwach, Kiryandongo, and Nwoya. It is the largest National Park with an area of 3,840 square kilometers. The park has about 76 mammal species. This includes 4 members of the big 5 family, like lions, leopards, elephants, and buffaloes. Visitors can also see rhinos at the Zziwa Rhino Sanctuary. Other animals include Nile crocodiles, hippos, giraffes, Uganda kobs, bushbucks, warthogs, hyenas, and many bird species. Some rare birds found here are the black bee-eater, shoebill stork, weavers, grey crowned cranes, Abyssinian ground hornbill, and black-headed lapwing.

Queen Elizabeth National Park is a protected area in Uganda. It is known for its diverse wildlife. The park has many different kinds of animals, like elephants, lions, hippos, and more. Visitors can go on safaris to see these animals in their natural habitat. The park also has beautiful landscapes, like mountains and lakes. People come to the park to enjoy the nature and scenery. It is an important place for conservation and tourism in Uganda.

After Murchison Falls National Park, go to Queen Elizabeth National Park. This is the most popular park in Uganda. Queen Elizabeth National Park is the second largest and most beautiful park in the country. It covers about 1,978 square kilometers. It’s in southwest Uganda. When it comes to natural beauty and wonders, it’s hard to beat Queen Elizabeth National Park. It has large open savannas, shady and humid forests, sparkling lakes, and a diverse ecosystem.

It is a home for 95 different mammals. This includes 4 members of the big 5 animals – lions, leopards, elephants, and buffaloes. Other animals found here are warthogs, hippos, hyenas, Ugandan kobs, oribis, topis, bush bucks, waterbucks, giant forest hogs, chimpanzees, and Nile crocodiles. Many bird species also live here, like grey crowned cranes, martial eagle, shoebill, African green pigeon, handsome francolin, Nubian woodpecker, swamp flycatcher, grey crowned heron, black bee eater, and African skimmer. During your visit, you can go on a game drive and boat cruise on Kazinga Channel to see the wildlife and birdlife.

Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park is a protected area in southwestern Uganda. It is home to endangered mountain gorillas. The park has thick forests that are hard to get through. This makes it a special place to see the rare gorillas up close. Visitors can take guided hikes to observe the gorillas in their natural habitat. The park helps protect these amazing creatures and their forest home.
Famous for being home to half of the remaining mountain gorillas, Uganda has one of the oldest and most biologically diverse rainforests. This forest is over 25,000 years old and has almost 400 species of plants. The forest is huge, impenetrable, and always green.
It is home to around 400 mountain gorillas. They live in Buhoma, Ruhija, Rushaga, and Nkuringo. The park has about 120 mammal species. These include black and white colobus monkeys, vervet monkeys, red-tailed monkeys, blue monkeys, bush pigs, forest elephants, buffaloes, and duikers. There are also 350 bird species. 23 of these are unique to the Albertine Rift region. Examples are the African green broadbill, Grauer’s swamp warbler, Turner’s Eremomela, Chapin’s flycatcher, handsome francolin, Rwenzori turaco, purple sunbird, red-throated bee-eater, black bee-eater, and Shelley’s crimson-wing. The park is also home to many butterfly species, such as the African giant swallowtail and cream-banded swallowtail. It is the ancient home of the Batwa people.

Lake Bunyonyi is a deep and beautiful lake in Uganda. It is surrounded by many hills. The lake has many small islands. People from nearby areas often visit the lake to swim, fish, and enjoy the peaceful views. The lake is a popular tourist destination in Uganda.
Here is the content with improved readability: . .Thereafter, you will visit Lake Bunyonyi and Lake Mburo National Park. Lake Bunyonyi is one of the most beautiful crater lakes in Uganda. You can relax, island hop, swim, and canoe there. The name Bunyonyi means “Place of Little birds” in the local language. This is because the area is home to over 200 species of birds. It is one of the best bird-watching spots in Uganda. Some birds you might see are the grey crowned crane, white-tailed blue monard, herons, African Harrier Hawk, egrets, slender-billed baglafetch, levillant cuckoo, cardinal woodpecker, Bronzy sun bird, and Knobbed coot.

Lake Mburo National Park is a protected area in Uganda. It is home to many different kinds of animals. Visitors can see zebras, antelopes, and other wildlife. The park also has many different types of birds. Visitors can enjoy seeing the natural beauty of the park.
One of the smallest parks in Uganda. But this doesn’t mean less to offer. It’s a home to many animals. Like zebras, impalas, buffaloes, bush pigs, topi, crocodiles, elands, oribi, waterbuck, leopard, hippo, hyena, and more. You can also see birds like African Fin foot, pied kingfisher, bare faced go away, Red faced barbet, Greater painted snipe, Black bellied Bustard, Blue breasted kingfisher, and African wattled lapwing. Here, you can relax and enjoy the views. The park has hills, rocky areas, grasslands, acacia trees, forests, bushes, and swamps along the lakes.

Highlights;
Day 1: You’ll be picked up from Entebbe International Airport. Then, you’ll drive to your hotel.
Day 2: Travel to Kidepo Valley National Park.
Day 3: Kidepo Valley National Park – Karamojong cultural experience.

Day 4: Kidepo Valley National Park – Game Drive .
Day 5:  Kidepo Valley National Park.
Day 6: Move to Murchison Falls National Park.
Day 7:Morning game drive and  afternoon boat cruise.
Day 8: Move to the crater lakes area in Fort Portal.
Day 9: Explore the Kibale Crater lakes. Then, transfer to Queen Elizabeth National Park.
Day 10: Explore Queen Elizabeth National Park. Go on a chimpanzee trekking adventure.
Day 11: Morning game drive in Queen Elizabeth National Park. Then transfer to Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park.
Day 12:  Gorilla Trekking.
Day 13: Move to Lake Bunyonyi – Relax at your own pace.
Day 14: Travel to Lake Mburo National Park.In the evening, go on a game drive.
Day 15: Lake Mburo National Park- morning game drive.

Day 16: Drive back to Entebbe International Airport or your hotel.
Detailed itinerary

Day 1; Arrive at Entebbe Airport – Go to your Hotel .
The 16-day Uganda safari adventure begins with a pickup at Entebbe International Airport. There, your driver guide from Bonobos African Safari Holidays will greet you. They will then take you to your accommodation. You can relax and enjoy the hospitality in the Pearl of Africa for the rest of the day.
Main Destination: Kampala, Uganda.
Accommodation Option:
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Meals Plan:  Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner.

Day 2; Drive to Kidepo Valley National Park .
Day 2 of the 16-day Uganda Safari Adventure will begin with an early breakfast. After that, you will drive to Kidepo Valley National Park in northeast Uganda. The drive takes about 12 hours, including a lunch stop in Gulu City. Then, you will continue to Kidepo Valley National Park. There, you will have dinner and an overnight stay.
Main Destination: Kidepo Valley National Park
Accommodation Options: .
Mid-Range The Kidepo Savannah Lodge or a similar hotel.
Meals Plan: For breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

Day 3: Kidepo Valley National Park – Karamojong Cultural Encounter

Today, you’ll visit the Karamojong people. They are an ethnic group living in northern Uganda. You’ll learn about their unique culture and traditions. See how they live their daily lives. Observe their traditional dance and music performances. This is a chance to understand a different way of life. You’ll gain insight into the Karamojong community. This cultural exchange will be an enriching experience.
Rising early on the third day of your 16-day Uganda safari, you’ll enjoy a hot breakfast. Kidepo is one of Uganda’s wildest and most unique national parks. It has vast plains and semi-arid savannah. You’ll visit the Karamojong people at Karenna and Kapedo. There, you’ll meet local elders and interact with them. You’ll see their kraals, grinding stones, jewelry, and other items. You’ll also watch their cultural dance. After that, you’ll return for dinner and an overnight stay.
Main Destination: Kidepo Valley National Park.
Accommodation Options:
Mid-Range Kidepo Savannah Lodge or Similar.
Meal Plans: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner.

Day 4: Kidepo Valley National Park – Morning Game Drive – Evening Game Drive

In the morning, you’ll go on a game drive to see the animals in the park. You’ll get to see different kinds of wildlife like giraffes, elephants, and lions. The game drive is a great way to explore the park and see the animals up close. .In the evening, you’ll go on another game drive. This is a chance to see the animals when they are more active. You might see them hunting or resting. The evening game drive is a great way to end the day and see more of the park’s amazing wildlife.
Here is the content with improved readability while keeping the length the same: . .Day 4 of the Uganda Safari Adventure will start with an early breakfast. Then, you will go on a morning game drive towards Natabba gate. This area is home to cheetahs and other animals that live in the low grass. You will drive through the Kidepo Valley. Here, you will see animals like lions, zebras, kudus, buffaloes, elephants, hartebeests, giraffes, leopards, water bucks, oryx, roan antelopes, elands, Uganda kobs, and duikers. Driving through Kidepo Valley is very exciting. You will explore the dry Kidepo with its white sand. After the drive, you will return to the lodge for lunch, rest, and refreshments. Then, you will get ready for the evening game drive.
Later, you will go on an evening game drive in the Narus Valley. This is for photography and seeing wildlife. You may see animals like elephants, buffaloes, jackals, hartebeests, klipspringers, and possibly lions.
Main Destination: Kidepo Valley National Park.
Accommodation Option: .
Mid-Range Kidepo Savannah Lodge or Similar.
Meal Plan:  breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

Day 5: Kidepo Valley National Park – Kanangorok hot springs and nature walk .

On day 5, you’ll explore Kidepo Valley National Park. First, visit the Kanangorok hot springs. Take a relaxing soak in the natural hot springs. After that, go on a nature walk. Enjoy the beautiful scenery and wildlife of the park. The walk will let you see more of the park’s natural wonders.
Day 5 of the 16-day Uganda Safari adventure starts with a hot breakfast. Then, you will visit the Kanangorok hot springs by the Kidepo River. You can see animals like buffaloes, warthogs, and monkeys roaming around. You’ll be amazed by nature and take lots of photos. After the activity, you’ll return to your lodge and have lunch.
Later in the evening, you will go for a nature walk around the Apoka camp site. You will see different birds, animals, plants, and butterflies. After the walk, you will go back to the camp for dinner and spend the night there.
Main Destination: Kidepo Valley National Park.
Mid-Range Kidepo Savannah Lodge or Similar .
Meals Plan: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner.

Day 6; Transfer to Murchison Falls National Park .

.Today, we move to Murchison Falls National Park. This park is famous for its large waterfall. We will see the mighty Nile River rush through a narrow gorge. Murchison Falls is an impressive sight. The park is also home to many wild animals, like elephants, giraffes, and lions. We’ll explore the park and try to spot these amazing creatures. This transfer to the new location is an exciting part of our journey.
On day 6, you will wake up and have breakfast for your 16-day Uganda Safari Adventure. After that, you will drive to Murchison Falls National Park in northwestern Uganda. The drive will take about 8-9 hours, with a lunch stop in Gulu City. Once you arrive at the park, you can relax after the long journey, have dinner, and stay overnight.
Main Destination: Murchison Falls National Park.
Accommodation Option:
Mid-Range Pakuba Safari Lodge or Similar.
Meal Plan: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner.

Day 7: Murchison Falls National Park .

Day 7 of the 16-day Uganda Safari Adventure begins with the sounds of birds singing and the Murchison Falls roaring. You will go on an early morning game drive with your breakfast. You will see different animals like buffaloes, elephants, lions, leopards, giraffes, warthogs, and more. After the drive, you will return to your lodge for relaxation and lunch.
Afternoon boat ride.
Later in the afternoon, you will take a boat cruise upstream. The cruise will go to the bottom of the falls and last about 3 hours. During the cruise, you will see Nile crocodiles resting in the shade. You’ll also see hippo herds in the water, and elephants swimming and drinking at the water’s edge. .Bird lovers should look out for many species, like the shoebill, black bee-eater, grey crowned crane, marabou stork, Malachite kingfisher, Abyssinian ground hornbill, Long-tailed nightjar, Senegal thick-knee, Black-headed lapwing, Long-toed lapwing, and Black-billed barbet. .You will get a view of the powerful Murchison Falls as it rushes through an 8-meter narrow gorge.
After the cruise, you will hike to the top of the falls. This will give you another breathtaking moment. Take as many pictures as possible. This will help you remember the beautiful Pearl of Africa. Then, you will return to your accommodation for dinner and an overnight stay.
Main Destination: Murchison Falls National Park.
Accommodation Option:
Mid-Range. Pakuba Safari Lodge or Similar.
Meals Plan:  breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Drinking water and fruits throughout

Day 8: Move to the crater lakes region near Fort Portal.

Day 8 of the 16-day Uganda Safari will start with a hot breakfast. You will then be taken to the Crater lakes area in Fort Portal. There, you will have lunch. Along the way, you will stop at scenic spots. This includes the Rift Valley escarpment on Lake Albert, a typical African village, and tea plantations. You will check into an area with great views of primates and nature. After that, you will have dinner and stay overnight.
Main Destination: Kibale Forest National Park.
Accommodation Option:
Mid-Range Chimpanzee Forest Lodge or Similar.
Meals Planbreakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Drinking water and fruits throughout

Day 9: Explore Kibale Crater lakes – Transfer to Queen Elizabeth National Park .

Today, we’ll explore the Kibale Crater lakes. After that, we’ll transfer to Queen Elizabeth National Park. We’ll get to see the beautiful lakes in Kibale. Then, we’ll go to the famous Queen Elizabeth National Park. This will be an exciting day as we discover new natural wonders.
Wake up early for breakfast on the 9th day of the 16-day Uganda Safari Adventure. Next, go explore the Crater with a hike to Nyakasura hills. Look for monkeys like red colobus, red tailed, and bush babies. In the forest, see butterflies and birds like the Great blue turaco, greenbul, and olive long tailed cuckoo. Have lunch in the tourism city, then transfer to Queen Elizabeth National Park for dinner and an overnight stay.
Main Destination: Queen Elizabeth National Park.
Accommodation Option: .
Mid-Range . .Twin Lake Safari Lodge or Similar .
Meal Planning: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner.

Drinking water and fruits throughout

Day 10; Chimp trekking in Kibale and boat cruise on kazinga channel

Today we visit Queen Elizabeth National Park. First, we go chimpanzee trekking. Then, we take a boat cruise along the Kazinga Channel. .
Here is the content with improved readability: . .Chimpanzee trekking is a popular activity. It allows you to see these fascinating animals up close in their natural habitat. During the trek, you can observe the chimpanzees’ behaviors and interactions. Trekking provides a unique chance to learn about chimpanzee life. It’s an exciting adventure that many people enjoy.
Day 10 of the 16-day Uganda Safari Adventure begins with a big breakfast. Next, you’ll go to the park’s headquarters. There, you’ll learn the rules for being with the chimpanzees. Then, you’ll trek into Kyambura Gorge or Kalinzu Forest. During the trek, you may see other animals like blue monkeys, baboons, and monkeys. You might also see elephants, deer, buffaloes, and pigs. When you find the chimpanzees, you can watch them for 1 hour. You’ll see them eating, talking, and playing in the trees. After that, you’ll return to your lodge for lunch.
Boat cruise along Kazinga Channel.
Afterward, you will take a boat cruise on Kazinga Channel. This is one of the best parts of Queen Elizabeth National Park. The channel connects Lake George and Lake Edward. It is 32 km long and has a lot of hippos and Nile crocodiles. .During the cruise, you will see hippos, elephants, Nile crocodiles, and many bird species. These include the martial eagle, shoebill, grey crowned crane, African green pigeon, and handsome francolin. .Then, you will return to your accommodation for dinner and an overnight stay.
Main Destination; Queen Elizabeth National Park.
Accommodation Option:
Mid-Range .Twin Lake Safari Lodge or Similar .
Meals Plan: breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

Drinking water and fruits throughout
Day 11;  Morning game drive in Queen Elizabeth National Park

Early in the morning, we go on a game drive. We look for animals in their natural habitat. This is an exciting chance to see wildlife up close.
Day 11 of your safari starts early with breakfast. Then you’ll go to the jungle to find different mammals in Queen Elizabeth National Park. You’ll see antelopes, hippos, bush pigs, sitatungas, topis, bushbucks, cape buffaloes, and elephants. The tour aims to see these species in their natural habitat.
Optional Experiential lion and leopard Tracking.
Here is the content with improved readability:  You’ll learn about their population, behavior, and lifestyle. Researchers with radio trackers lead this experience. They can drive off the main roads to find lions wearing radio collars. This lets you see the predators up close.
The Kazinga Channel is a narrow waterway located in Uganda, Africa. It connects Lake Edward and Lake George. This channel is known for its diverse wildlife. Visitors can see many animals like hippos, crocodiles, and birds along the channel. The Kazinga Channel is an important part of Queen Elizabeth National Park. People come here to take boat tours and enjoy the beautiful scenery.
After a nice time in the jungle, you will return to the lodge. There, you can relax and have lunch. Later in the afternoon, you will go on a special cruise on the Kazinga channel. On the cruise, you will see lots of interesting things. You will see herds of hippos in the water. You will see elephants drinking water on the banks. You will see Nile crocodiles resting in the shade near the shore. You will also see many different bird species, like the martial eagle, grey crowned crane, African green pigeon, and handsome francolin.
Transfer to Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park.
You will go to Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park. There, you will visit the Batwa community. The Batwa are called “the forest keepers.” They used to live in Mgahinga and Bwindi Impenetrable Forest before it became a national park and UNESCO World Heritage Site. You will learn about their traditional way of life and the challenges they face adapting to life outside the forest, like how they get food. You will have dinner and stay overnight at a lodge.
Main Destination: Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park.
Accommodation Option:
Mid-Range Lodge; Engagi Lodge or Similar
Meals Plan: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner.

Drinking water and fruits throughout

Day 12: Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park – Gorilla Trekking .

Wake up early to eat a warm breakfast. Then you’ll meet your driver to go to the park’s information center. There, you’ll learn what to do and not do during the gorilla trek. After that, you’ll start your guided forest trek to find the mountain gorillas. This takes 3 to 6 hours, depending on where the gorilla family you’re assigned to is located.
During your walk, you may see other animals besides gorillas. These include black and white monkeys, green and other birds, and different butterflies. Once you find the gorillas, you can watch them for 1 hour. You’ll see the young ones playing and the families doing their daily activities. Keep your camera ready so you don’t miss any moments. After the trekking, you’ll get your certificate at the park center. Then you’ll go back to your lodge for lunch, dinner, and an overnight stay.
Main Destination: Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park.
Accommodation Option:
Mid-Range Engagi Lodge or Similar

Drinking water and fruits throughout.

Day 13: Move to Lake Bunyonyi – Relax at Your Pace .

You will Lake Bunyonyi today. This will be a day to relax at your own pace. You can enjoy the beautiful views of the lake and the surrounding hills. Take some time to explore the area or just sit back and relax. It’s a chance to unwind and recharge before the next part of the journey.
Here is the content with improved readability: . .You will wake up early on day 13 of the 16 Day Uganda Safari. You will have a hot breakfast before driving about 3 hours to Lake Bunyonyi. Lake Bunyonyi is in southwest Uganda, close to the border with Rwanda. It’s known as the “Place of Many Little Birds.” . .The lake is beautiful and peaceful. You can hear the sounds of birds, which makes for a memorable visit. The lodges on the lake have comfortable rooms with stunning views of the water and landscape. .There are many fun activities to enjoy at Lake Bunyonyi. You can swim, canoe, hike, and birdwatch. The lake is a great place to rest and relax due to its breathtaking views. .You will have lunch and dinner, and spend the night at the lake.
Main Destination: Lake Bunyonyi.
Accommodation Option: .
Mid-Range Arcadia Cottage Lake Bunyonyi or Similar.
Meals Plan: For breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

Drinking water and fruits throughout

Day 14: Go to Lake Mburo National park – Evening drive in the park at night.
After breakfast, you will leave Lake lake mburo. This is day 14 of your 16-day Uganda Safari Adventure. Then, you will drive to Lake Mburo National Park. It is one of Uganda’s smallest but most beautiful national parks. The drive from Lake Bunyonyi to Lake Mburo National Park takes around 4 to 5 hours.
Lake Mburo is a popular park in Uganda. It has the largest number of zebras and impalas in the country. The park has seasonal swamps, grassy woodlands, and lakes. .When you arrive, you’ll check into your lodge and have lunch. Then, you’ll go on an evening and night game drive. During the drive, you may see impalas, buffaloes, bush pigs, leopards, warthogs, and hippos. The game drive usually takes 2-3 hours, depending on what you see and your interests. .Make sure to wear comfortable clothes and shoes for the drive. After the drive, you’ll return to the lodge for relaxation, dinner, and an overnight stay.
Main Destination: Lake Mburo National Park.
Accommodation Option: .
Mid-range Rwakobo Rock or similar places.
Meals Plan: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner.
Day 15: Lake Mburo National Park – Morning Game Drive – Nature Walk or Horse Riding . .

Today, you’ll visit Lake Mburo National Park. First, you’ll go on a morning game drive. You can also choose to go on a nature walk or try horse riding. The game drive lets you see the park’s wildlife. The nature walk and horse riding allow you to explore the park’s landscapes in a more relaxed way.
Upon waking up on your day 15 of the 16 Days Uganda Safari Adventure, you will have an early heavy breakfast. Then, you will go on an early morning game drive. This drive will let you see different wildlife in Lake Mburo National Park. You can see impalas, buffaloes, bush pigs, leopards, warthogs, and hippos. After that, you will haves lunch. Later, you will go for a nature walk or horse riding within the park. This activity will take about 2 to 3 hours.
This trip to Lake Mburo National Park takes you off the main paths. You will go deep into the bush trails to enjoy the park. You will see herds of zebras, giraffes, elands, impalas, buffalos, Defassa waterbucks, oribis, leopards, hippos, hyenas, topis, and reedbuck. Later, you will have dinner and an overnight stay.
Main Destination: Lake Mburo National Park.
Accommodation Option:
Mid-Range Rwakobo Rock or Similar
Meal Plan: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner.

Drinking water and fruits throughout

Day 16; Drive to Entebbe Air port
Your final day of the 16-day Uganda Safari will start with a heavy, tasty breakfast. On the way to Entebbe Airport or your hotel, you’ll enjoy beautiful views. This drive takes 8 to 10 hours, with a lunch stop at Igongo Cultural Center or Ajip Motel. You’ll also stop at the Equator line at Kayabwe. There, you’ll take part in the water experience, have some coffee, and take photos to remember your Uganda trip. Then, you’ll continue your journey to your destination.
Main Destination: Kampala (City).
Accommodation Option: No. End of tour
Meals Plan:  breakfast, lunch, and dinner
All meals included

All park entry fees and government taxes apply.

safari package includes
evening game drive in Lake Mburo National Park.
Bigodi sanctuary swamp and community safari.
1  chimpanzee trekking permit
1 Permit for trekking with mountain gorillas is needed per person.
Batwa Community Encounter
All meals

Drinking water and fruitsNight game drive in Lake Mburo National Park.
Hike to Mount Morungole and the IK Community. All activities
The Safari Package Excludes: .
Experiential Lion and Leopard Tracking at an Extra
International and domestic flights are two types of air travel.
Personal travel insurance protects you when traveling. .
Souvenirs are small items people buy to remember a place they visited.
Alcoholic drinks include beer, wine, and liquor.