Uganda, Primate and Big Five Safari

A 14-day overland tour through Uganda, the Pearl of Africa.

Dates:

19 June – 2 July 2022

24 July – 6 August 2022

24 September – 8 October 2022

Rate: US$ 3395 per person fully accommodated (+ $750 gorilla permit)

Rate: US$ 2795 per person mixed camping and accommodated (+ $750 gorilla permit)

Uganda has been dubbed “The Pearl of Africa.” Not only is it home to the world-famous Big Five, and the last remaining Great Apes; it also has an impressive list of natural features, making it a destination of supreme diversity. In the Bwindi Forest alone, there are over 10 species of primate (120 mammal species altogether), while the entire country is home to over 1000 species of bird. Yes, you read that right! From tree-climbing lions in Queen Elizabeth National Park, to boat cruises on the Nile River, rhino and chimpanzee trekking, Rift Valley landscapes and lakes surrounded by vegetated hills.

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    Within its borders, Uganda boasts Lake Victoria – the largest lake in the world; the Rwenzori Mountains – among the highest in the world; one of the last remaining true rain forests; and Murchison Falls – one of Africa’s most prestigious National Parks set alongside the world’s longest river – the Nile. All these things aside, it is said that the reason it has been dubbed The Pearl, is because of the warm, embracing people of Uganda. This 13-day tour includes both wildlife adventures and immersive community experiences set to bind your heart to the country forever.

    14-Day Safari in Uganda: Pearl of Africa

    Start: Kigali, Rwanda

    End: Entebbe, Uganda

    Route: Kigali – Bwindi Impenetrable Forest – Lake Bunyonyi – Queen Elizabeth National Park – Kibale National Park – Murchison Falls National Park – Jinja – Entebbe.

    Included: Pre-tour accommodation; airport transfers (Kigali and Entebbe); transport (13-seater overland truck); tour accommodation; safari activities; meals (13 x breakfasts, 10 x lunches, 10 x dinners); professional tour guide; park entrance fees; drinking water; welcome package.

    Excluded: International flights; travel and medical insurance; gratuities; personal spending money; optional extra activities; visas.

    Highlights: This tour kicks off in Kigali before thoroughly exploring the Pearl of Africa and includes big game safaris in top national parks, primate tracking, boat cruises, bird watching, and an immersive community building experience with Footsteps Through Africa in Rubuguri.

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