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Uganda Camping Safaris

On this wilderness camping, you will visit Kibale Forest National Park and have a walk and see the Crater Lakes and Nyakasura’s “Amabereganyinamwiru,” and also Chimp trekking. You will also visit the Semiliki National Park in the valley for Primate viewing and Chimp trekking and bird watching. Later, you will also visit Queen Elizabeth National Park via the Rwenzori Mountains (mountains of the moon) and have a game drive. You will see animals like Hyenas as well as a boat cruise along the Kazinga Channel and view beautiful birds.

Afterwords, you will have a walk in the Maramagambo forest and see the bat caves with numerous bats and huge Pythons. Then have a visit to Bwindi Impenetrable forest via Ishasha and see tree climbing Lions and also take a community walk to the pygmies for their enriching performance. Then you will also have trekking of the Mountain Gorillas in Bwindi Impenetrable forest. You will also drive through the Kigezi Highlands to Lake Bunyonyi and enjoy a boat cruise

Drive to Kibale forest national park after breakfast. Reaching there is around lunch time and after having lunch, then go for a walk to view the crater lakes and Nyakasura’s “Amabere ga nyina mwiru” traditionally translated as the growing breasts on the rock.
After taking your early morning breakfast, drive to kibale forest national park for chimpanzee trekking there after transfer to Semuliki national park for primates trekking and birding safari.
After breakfast, transfer to the rainforests in Semuliki valley for chimp trekking and birding tour. Then have lunch and return to the forests for a wildlife adventure.
After early morning breakfast drive to Queen Elizabeth national park via Rwenzori Mountains commonly known as “Mountain of the Moon”. Experience a game drive on your way to Mweya Safari Lodge. Then prepare yourself for after noon boat cruise along Kazinga Channel for game viewing and a beautiful birding tour.
Tour Queen Elizabeth in the morning to catch up with the predators like hyenas their after advance to Kyambura Gorge for chimp tracking after taking breakfast. Then have your lunch at Jacana Safari Lodge and get an opportunity to walk in the Maramagambo Forest. Finally, visit the bat cave where the numerous bats are feasted on by huge pythons
Have early morning breakfast. With packed lunch; hit the road to Bwindi Impenetrable Forest via Ishasha Southern Sector of Queen Elizabeth National Park in search of tree-climbing lions. Then continue to Bwindi national Park. Then take a community walk to the Pygmies for their enriching performance.
Early in the morning after breakfast, Ensure you’ve packed your lunch then walk to the park headquarters for the rangers briefing. After the briefing, kick start on mountain gorilla trekking in Bwindi Forest. Listening to the mountain gorillas petulance amongst themselves, and the silver back – the leader of the gorilla family pounding his chest, sends a chill up one’s spine. Then dine and overnight at Buhoma Community Bandas for relaxation.
Drive through pictorial enormous terrain commonly known as “Switzerland of Africa” which is Kigezi Highlands. Then reach Bunyonyi Overland Campsite for your lunch break. After your lunch go for a boat cruise to “Punishment” Island. This is excellent for birding experience. It is where the traditional Bakiga people would discard girls impregnated out of wedlock to die of hunger or risk swimming back to their homes and drown along the way.
After breakfast, then travel back to Kampala, lunch being served in Mbarara. Make a stop-over at the Equator for photography. Finally advance to Kampala arriving in the evening for a brief Kampala tour if interested.

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PLOT 1490, GAYAZA ROAD
OFF KUBBIRI ROUND ABOUT

KAMPALA, UGANDA

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