8 Days Wildlife Safari Uganda Gorilla Trekking Safaris Tour
Safari Overview of the 8 Days Wildlife Safari Uganda Gorilla Trekking Safaris Tour
Uganda the pearl of Africa is famously known by different travellers in the world due to its numerous national parks endowed with different wildlife species. The 8 days Uganda safaris avails you with the opportunity to explore the three vital national parks in Uganda. The safari takes you through lake Mburo national park which is very special park harboring several mammals like Zebras, Impala, Elands, Bush Back, Buffaloes, Topi and birds. From Mburo to Queen Elizabeth national park which is Uganda’s most famous game reserve drawing many Uganda safaris and certainly one most scenic. It stretches from the crater-dotted foothills of the Rwenzori range in the north; along the shores of Lake Edward to the remote Ishasha River in the south where you can stand chance to view the tree climbing lions. From the Ishasha sector, the safari will link you to the highlight of your safari that is mountain gorilla trekking in the ancient forest of Bwindi Impenetrable national park. The safari starts and ends in Entebbe.
Safari Highlight of the 8 Days Wildlife Safari Uganda Gorilla Trekking Safaris Tour
- Day 1 of the 8 Days Wildlife Safari Uganda Gorilla Trekking Safaris Tour : Arrival at Entebbe International Airport in Uganda.
- Day 2 of the 8 Days Wildlife Safari Uganda Gorilla Trekking Safaris Tour : Transfer drive from Kampala to Lake Mburo National Park
- Day 3 of the 8 Days Wildlife Safari Uganda Gorilla Trekking Safaris Tour : Do morning game drive & an afternoon horseback safari in Lake Mburo National Park
- Day 4 of the 8 Days Wildlife Safari Uganda Gorilla Trekking Safaris Tour : Drive transfer from Lake Mburo to Queen Elizabeth National Park
- Day 5 of the 8 Days Wildlife Safari Uganda Gorilla Trekking Safaris Tour : Queen Elizabeth National Park (Game drive 3-4, and Transfer drive to Bwindi through Ishasha sector)
- Day 6 of the 8 Days Wildlife Safari Uganda Gorilla Trekking Safaris Tour : Gorilla trekking in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park (2-8 hours trek)
- Day 7 of the 8 Days Wildlife Safari Uganda Gorilla Trekking Safaris Tour : Transfer drive from Bwindi to Lake Bunyonyi (Driver distance of 48kms)
- Day 8 of the 8 Days Wildlife Safari Uganda Gorilla Trekking Safaris Tour : Transfer Drive from Lake Bunyonyi to Entebbe
Safari Day by Day of the 8 Days Wildlife Safari Uganda Gorilla Trekking Safaris Tour
Day 1 of the 8 Days Wildlife Safari Uganda Gorilla Trekking Safaris Tour : Arrival at Entebbe International Airport in Uganda
On your first day to Uganda’s international Airport in Entebbe, you will meet and greet your driver guide who will transfer you from the airport to your Entebbe booked lodge. Depending on the time you arrive to Uganda, you could take city tour to visit the different attractions in Kampala city before retiring to your lodge for dinner and overnight.
Accommodation: Sheraton Kampala Hotel (Upmarket/Luxury), Cassia Lodge (Midrange/Standard) or Buziga Country Resort (Budget/Basic)
Day 2 of the 8 Days Wildlife Safari Uganda Gorilla Trekking Safaris Tour : Transfer drive from Kampala to Lake Mburo National Park
After your early morning breakfast, your driver guide will pick you up from your hotel/lodge, and you depart from Kampala driving on the south western part of Uganda to Lake Mburo National Park. After an interesting drive distance of 77 Kilometers, you will have perfect stop over for photography, water experiments at the equator. After that perfect stop over, you will proceed to Lake Mburo National Park for lunch after which you will embark on an adventurous afternoon boat cruise. In the 2 hours boat cruise you will have chance to enjoy the views of different bird species, wildlife like Crocodiles, hippos, among other stunning features like the five lakes in Mburo national park. After the interesting boat cruise, you will retire back to the lodge for relaxation and overnight.
Accommodation: Mihingo Safari Lodge (Luxury/Upmarket), Arcadia Cottages Mburo (Mid-range/Standard) or Eagles Nest (Budget/Basic).
Day 3 of the 8 Days Wildlife Safari Uganda Gorilla Trekking Safaris Tour : Do morning game drive & an afternoon horseback safari in Lake Mburo National Park
You will wake up very early in the morning; take your early morning hefty breakfast and afterwards drive to the park headquarters for an interesting game drive through the savannah as well as acacia vegetation of Mburo. During the game drive, you have chances to encounter different wildlife species such as the Zebras, eland, impalas, bush backs, Burchell’s Zebras, Topi and also the sights of the six lakes with in the park. The game drive offers you possibilities of encountering different bird species like African Finfoot, Shoebill, Papyrus Yellow Warbler, and Brown-chested Lapwing among others. After 2-3 hours game drive, you will get back to your lodge to relax, have lunch and in the evening, you will head to Mihingo Lodge for Horseback safaris in Lake Mburo -Horseback safaris are an exciting way to view wildlife, including eland and buffalo. Also commonly sighted are warthog, topi, impala, duiker, bushbuck, waterbuck and zebra. The 4-hours hacks take you up to hilltop viewpoints with the option of bush breakfasts or sundowners. After the thrilling experience, you drive back to your lodge for memory sharing, relaxation, dinner and overnight.
Accommodation: Mihingo Safari Lodge (Luxury/Upmarket), Arcadia Cottages Mburo (Mid-range/Standard) or Eagles Nest (Budget/Basic).
Day 4 of the 8 Days Wildlife Safari Uganda Gorilla Trekking Safaris Tour : Drive transfer from Lake Mburo to Queen Elizabeth National Park
You will depart Lake Mburo National Park after taking your early morning breakfast to Queen Elizabeth national park 180km. You will arrive in the park and proceed to your choice lodge for Check-in, relaxation, take lunch and afterwards drive to Mweya area for a fantastic launch cruise that sets off at 2:00pm on the Kazinga channel. Here you will have the unique opportunity to watch different birdlife, wild game like buffaloes, hippos, Elephants, crocodiles, among others. The adventurous launch cruise starts from Mweya and it takes 2-3 hours through the magnificent waters of Lake Gorge to Lake Edward. After exploring the Kazinga channel, you will return to your lodge for dinner and overnight
Accommodation: Mweya Safari Lodge (Upmarket/Luxury), Enganzi Game Lodge (Mid-range/Standard) or Pumba Safari Cottages (Budget/Basic)
Day 5 of the 8 Days Wildlife Safari Uganda Gorilla Trekking Safaris Tour : Queen Elizabeth National Park (Game drive 3-4, and Transfer drive to Bwindi through Ishasha sector)
On your 5th day, you will wake-up very early in the morning, take your breakfast and proceed for 3-4 hour game drive starting from 6:00. This will give you the opportunity to meet the some nocturnal wildlife species when they are returning to their hiding grounds, and also you will have chance to view the early morning risers when they are starting their daily activities of looking for food. The drive through the famous savannah of Kasenyi plains provides you with possibilities to view different wildlife like jackals, Bush bucks, forest hogs, leopards, buffaloes, elephants, lions, the beautiful Uganda Kob, bush pigs among others. After memorable game drive, you will say last words of thanks to the park rangers and proceed with your drive to Ishasha sector. Here you will have an opportunity to watch the tree climbing lions which are easily seen during day hours when there is sunshine because they climb to rest on the top of the fig trees. You will have your lunch in the Ishasha sector and afterwards you will continue with the drive to Bwindi Impenetrable National park for dinner and overnight.
Accommodation: Chameleon Hill Lodge (Upmarket/Luxury), Gorilla Mist Camp (Mid-range/Standard) or Broadbill Forest Camp (Budget/Basic).
Day 6 of the 8 Days Wildlife Safari Uganda Gorilla Trekking Safaris Tour : Gorilla trekking in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park (2-8 hours trek)
You will wake up very early in the morning; take an exuberant breakfast to give you the energy needed to hike the hills in the slippery trails of Bwindi forest when searching for the rare mountain gorillas. After breakfast, you will proceed with your packed lunch to the park’s headquarters for early morning briefing at 8:00am about the codes conduct when trekking the gorillas. Afterwards you will be led by ranger guide to trek the gorillas in the thick creepers and undergrowth of afro monotone vegetation of Bwindi and this will take you between 2 – 8 hours depending on the movement of the mountain gorillas. Once up close to the group, a memorable, magical one hour is given to you to be with these gentle giants. You can decide to sit in the forest among the Gorillas, listen to them grumble to each other and marvel at the sheer size of the dominant male-the Silverback. The steeply forested landscape of Bwindi is incredibly dense but crisscrossed by numerous animal trails allowing access to tourists. It is an extraordinary feeling being with these beautiful yet endangered Creatures. When the one hour is done, you will make return back to where you started the trek from and proceed to the lodge for refreshment before embarking on a walk to the nearby community to have cultural encounter with the Batwa people famously known as pigmies in Uganda. You will be guided by a local guide who will take you to the different communities to see how people have managed to survive through farming. You will see how local brew is processed from fresh Bananas and forest remedies to get beer and Waragi. After that interesting cultural encounter, you will drive back to your respective lodge for dinner and overnight.
Accommodation: Chameleon Hill Lodge (Upmarket/Luxury), Gorilla Mist Camp (Mid-range/Standard) or Broadbill Forest Camp (Budget/Basic).
Day 7 of the 8 Days Wildlife Safari Uganda Gorilla Trekking Safaris Tour : Transfer drive from Bwindi to Lake Bunyonyi (Driver distance of 48kms) Lake Bunyonyi
After an early morning breakfast, you will depart Bwindi driving to Lake Bunyonyi 48km. Lake Bunyonyi is another major tourist stopover that is undeniably amazing. It is the 2nd deepest lake in Africa; it contains lots of the tasty crayfish, so get set for a culinary delight. Bunyonyi is a local word that means “many small birds” in direct translation. It’s a perfect stopover for committed birders and travellers who are from hectic gorilla trekking activities. On arrival to Lake Bunyonyi, you will drive to your lodge for check-in, lunch and you proceed to catch up with the afternoon canoe ride, also participate in refreshing activities such as swimming in the bilharzia free waters of Bunyonyi, you can also enjoy the evening nature walks in the Bunyonyi Islands. After exploring the different adventurous activities in lake Bunyonyi, you will retire to your lodge to chill in the fire place while enjoying cool evening of Bunyonyi, you will have your dinner and overnight
Accommodation: Birdnest@Lake Bunyonyi Resort (Luxury/Upmarket), Lake Bunyonyi Eco-resort (Mid-range/Standard) or Byoona Amagara Island (Budget/Basic).
Day 8 of the 8 Days Wildlife Safari Uganda Gorilla Trekking Safaris Tour : Transfer Drive from Lake Bunyonyi to Entebbe
After an early morning breakfast, you will embark on drive transfer from Lake Bunyonyi to Entebbe. The long drive is tiresome but very rewarding and you will have your Lunch at Igongo Cultural Centre. On your way, you will by-pass Mpigi village, famous for the Royal Drums Makers and of course the Ugandan Equator, where you can take photos and shop for a souvenir. You will arrive to Kampala late in the evening and the driver will drive you back to your Entebbe hotel for dinner and overnight. This will mark the end of the safari
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Murchison Falls National Park Uganda
Murchison Falls National Park was established in 1952 and it is Uganda’s largest national park. Located in the north west of Uganda at the tip of the western rift valley also known as the Albertine rift, Murchison Falls National Park is in a distance of 311km about 5 hours’ surface drive from the city of Kampala. The national Park covers a surface landscape of 3,440km2 while the wider Murchison Conservation Area which embeds Karuma and Bugungu wildlife reserves combine to cover 5,308km2. . The Murchison Falls National Park is closer to Masindi town 85km about 2- 3 hours’ of surface drive. The Park is bisected by the River Nile which is the longest river in the world as it makes its way from Lake Victoria to Mediterranean Sea leaving a natural wonder famously known as Murchison falls which is the most powerful waterfall in the whole world. The feature derives its nomenclature after Sir Roderick Murchison who was the president of the Royal geographical society at the time of its discovery by Sir Samuel Baker. This feature is among the hotspots in Murchison National Park thus should not be missed while on safari in Uganda as it squeezes its self to make the way through an 8m ravine before plummeting 43m Read More About Murchison Falls Park
Queen Elizabeth National Park
First established as Kazinga National Park in 1952, Queen Elizabeth National Park is situated in the west of Uganda nearing the Rwenzori Mountains with snowcapped peaks towering at 5,109m above sea level. The National Park of Queen Elizabeth covers a cross section of the western rift valley floor stretching for1, 978km2 land coverage. Queen Elizabeth National Park is currently the most visited park in Uganda and is listed as a world biosphere reserve. It has rich biodiversity concentration with 95 species of mammals, 600 species of birds which makes it the first in Uganda regarding the bird populations, ten (10) species of primate and 20 predator species. Queen Elizabeth is also a habitat for the tree climbing lions dwelling in its sector of Ishasha, the famous Kazinga channel stretching to 45km long connecting Lake Edward and Lake George, the amazing Kyambura gorge with counts of Chimpanzees not forgetting the range of explosion craters some of which are salty lakes while others contain sulphur. This conglomerate to make Queen Elizabeth National Park an ideal destination that can be encountered while on safari in Uganda. Read More About Queen Elizabeth Park
Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park
Located in the south west of Uganda, Bwindi Impenetrable National Park stretches for 321km2 at an altitude of 1,160 – 2,607 m above sea level. The area is among the East African areas with largest tract of Afromontane forest which existed since the pre historic era and endured through the last ice age forming the ground for great biodiversity concentration with highest number of trees in relation to other areas of its altitude stature. The park has enormous numbers of butterfly species some of which are endemic to the park and it is also holding great concentrations of mammal numbers. Containing about 400 out of 880 mountain gorillas that apparently thrive in the wilderness with none existing in captivity, the impenetrable forest of Bwindi holds the mantle as a great gorilla trekking safari destination. Surrounded by high population density with great agricultural attachment, it’s very interesting that Bwindi still has great biodiversity concentration including; 163 species of trees, 104 species of fern alongside other taxa. 16 species of trees are restricted to the Uganda’s south western region including Lavoa swynnertonii which is globally threatened. Read More About Bwindi Impenetrable Park
Mgahinga Gorilla National Park
Gazetted in 1991, the park covers an area of 33.7 Sq.km making it Uganda’s smallest national park. It is a second refigium of the endangered mountain gorillas after Bwindi. It is also known for its golden monkey. The park has a strong cultural attachment to the pygmy community that inhabits the area. It has three conical features of extinct volcanoes which is part of the spectacular Virunga area. It shares boundaries with Volcanoes National Park in Rwanda and the Virunga National Park in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Mgahinga is located about 15 kilometers, by road, south of the town of Kisoro and approximately 55 kilometers, by road, west of Kabale, the largest city in the sub-region. The entire park is located in Bufumbira County, Kisoro District the extreme south western corner of Uganda thus among the secluded destinations that a traveler can visit while on Uganda Safari. Read More About Mgahinga Gorilla Park
Kibale Forest National Park
Kibale National Park is found in Western Uganda sharing the districts of Kabarole and Kamwenge, approximately 320 kilometers, by road, west of Kampala, Uganda’s capital and largest city. Fort Portal in Kabarole District is the nearest large city to the national park. It covers an area of about 795Sq.km and it one of the last surviving tropical forests in Uganda with over 351 tree species some of which are 200 years old and over 55m tall, 70 mammal species, 13 primate species including chimpanzee and over 375 species of birds. The park was gazetted in 1932 and formally established in 1993 to protect a large area of forest previously managed as a logged Forest Reserve. The park forms a continuous forest with Queen Elizabeth National Park creating a 180 km wildlife corridor. It is a significant eco-tourism and safari destination, well known for its populace of habituated chimpanzees and 12 other species of primates. It also acts as the location of the Makerere University Biological Field Station (MUBFS). The park is surrounded by two major tribes, the Batooro and Bakiga who rely on the park for food, fuel, and other resources with the assistance of the Uganda Wildlife Authority. Read More About Kibale Forest Park
Lake Mburo National Park
Traditionally, two brothers settled on the land that the park currently occupies. These were Mburo and Kigarama. One night, Kigarama dreamt of an area flooding and cautioned his intimate brother to relocate from the area. His brother (Mburo) disregarded the dream and refused to relocate to the adjacent hills like what Kigarama had done. Unfortunately, the dream came true and Mburo was drowned by mass floods the filled the valley to form the lake that was later named Lake Mburo while the adjacent hill was named Kigarama in reference to these two brothers. Before the gazettion of Lake Mburo as National park, the place acted as royal grazing area for king of Ankole vis-à-vis other Bahima pastoralists who refer the area to “Nshara – ensinungyi erikwera”. Lake Mburo National Park is located in Kiruhura District in Western Uganda. The park is situated about 30 kilometers, by road, east of Mbarara, the largest city in the sub-region. This location is approximately 240 kilometers, by road, west of Kampala, Uganda’s capital and largest city. At 260 square kilometers, the park is the smallest of Uganda’s Savannah national parks underlain by ancient Precambrian metamorphic rocks which date back more Read More About Lake Mburo National Park
Rwenzori Mountain National Park
The fabled mountains of the moon as described by Ptolemy in 150AD present the most exciting treasure that a visitor on a Uganda Safari would live to remember in his journey memoir. Gazetted as a national park in 1991 covering an area of about 996 Sq.km, received a designation status by UNESCO as World Heritage Site in 1994 because of its outstanding natural beauty with Margarita peak standing over 5,109m above sea level and without forgetting its coverage by snow throughout the year despite its closeness to the world latitude (Equator) makes it an attraction worth of encountering. Being a mountain range, it was once described as one of the challenging mountains to climb in the Africa travel magazine. The glaciers like Nyamwamba add spice to its scenic view and the park status assures the wild life of their safety making it their closest habitat. The park shelters 70 mammal species, 217 bird species including 19 Albertine Rift endemics as well as some of the world’s rarest vegetation that differ in its five zones including; montane forest zone, bamboo forest zone, tree heath vegetation zone and Afro-alpine moorland zone. Read More About Rwenzori National Park
Kidepo Valley national park
Kidepo National Park is positioned in the north western part of Uganda in Kaboong district 220km north West of Moroto the biggest town in the sub region and 700 km from Kampala – the Uganda’s capital city. Kidepo National Park was established in 1962 and it covers 1,442km2 of land surface providing habitat to 77 mammal species along with 475 bird species which makes the second in ranking after Queen Elizabeth National Park. Interestingly to note is that 60 of these bird species are endemic to Kidepo on Ugandan standards. Besides Birds, Kidepo also contain 5 primate species including the including the localized patas monkeys; 20 predator species which include the Kidepo endemics such as the aardwolf, bat eared fox, black-backed jackal, caracal and cheetah. Kidepo National Park has 12 species of Antelope which include the Kidepo endemics namely; lesser kudu, greater kudu, mountain reedbuck and Guenther’s dik-dik. Other wildlife also exist in the park including; elephant, lions, buffaloes, lions, bush duiker, leopard among other wildlife. Formerly, the area where Kidepo National Park belonged to Dodoth pastoralists and indigenous Karimojong who practiced cultivation before the establishment of wildlife reserve in 1958 to ensure the protection of wild animals from poaching. The park is the most remote of all Uganda National Parks which Read More About Kidepo Valley Park
Mount Elgon National Park
The park covers an area of over 1,121 Sq.km with the fourth tall mountain in East Africa which was the once the highest mountain in Africa far from Kilimanjaro but only to be reduced to 4,321m due to denudation forces. With the last eruption occurring 24 Million years ago, Mt. Elgon can be considered oldest and largest solitary volcano not only in Uganda but East Africa in general. It houses one of the world’s intact largest caldera stretching to over 42Sq.km supported by 4,000 Sq. km base which is the largest volcanic base in the whole world.It was first gazetted as a Forest Reserve in 1929 and in 1940 the area became the Mt. Elgon Crown Forest while in 1951 it became a Central Forest Reserve. Due to encroachment by the Benet-Ndorobo people, the government alloweda 6000 hectare portion of the Reserve for settlement in 1983 though more 1500 hectares were settled illegally and in 1993 the area received a national park status thus can currently be incorporated in your itinerary while planning your Safari to Uganda. Read More About Mount Elgon Park
Semuliki National Park Uganda
Semuliki National Park Uganda is located in Bwamba County, a remote part of the Bundibugyo District in western part of Uganda. Semliki National Park was recognized as a Uganda safari destination national park in the month of October 1993, and it happens to be one of smallest and newest national parks. Semuliki National Park lies on border between Uganda and Democratic Republic of the Congo. The Rwenzori Mountains National Park boarders Semuliki park Uganda on the south-eastern part and Lake Albert on the northern extreme. The park is found within the Albertine Rift and in the western arm of the East African Rift. It is lying on a gently flat land escape which ranges from 670 to 760 m (2,200 to 2,490 Ft.) above sea level. Historically from year 1932 to year 1993 when this Uganda safari park was gazzetted, the area current occupied by Semuliki National Park was protected and managed as a forest reserve by the colonial government before being taken over by the Ugandan government’s Forest Department. It created and gazzetted into a national park by the Ugandan government in October 1993 and the main aim was to protect the forests as an integral part of the protected areas of the Western Rift Valley. The park receives an estimated average rainfall of 1,250 mm (49 in) with its rainy season being from the month of May and from September to December. During this rainy season various areas in the park are un accessible due to the floods and the temperatures at the park keep changing from 18 degrees to 30 degrees. Semiliki National Park is located in the boarders of the two rivers i.e. Semuliki and Lamia rivers, These Rivers are have for so long acted as watering places for the various fauna and flora in the park.