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10 Days Best of Uganda-Gorilla Tracking ,Wildlife Safari and Batwa and Karamajong Community Based tours


10 Days

Tour Type

Weekly Tour

Group Size

2-16 People



  • Game drives and boat cruise in the parks.
  • Kampala City Tour and Ndere Troupe Music Dance and Drama experience.
  • Birding experience during nature walks
  • Tree climbing lions at the Ishasha sector
  • Gorilla tracking experience in the Bwindi impenetrable forest
  • Guided nature walks for a close-up experience with wildlife and the people with in the park communities.
  • Hiking Experience to the top of the Murchison Falls.
  • Zziwa Rhino Sanctuary Experience


5 Days /4 Nights

Upon arrival at Entebbe International airport, you will be met by our tour representative who will transfer you to L.Mburo National Park for an overnight stay (FB). We will have breakfast in Entebbe / Kampala and get a packed lunch before setting off for L .Mburo.

This day you will proceed to Bwindi Impenetrable National Park after having breakfast, and a morning game drive at L Mburo national park ; passing through the beautiful Kigezi hills also known as the Switzerland of Africa . Bwindi is home to over half of the remaining population of the rare mountain Gorillas, and offers

Visitors an excellent Gorilla tracking experience. Upon arrival, you will check in for dinner and an overnight stay at the Lodge.


Mid Range

  • Mahogany springs
  • Room type:  Double
  • Meals: Full board basis
  • Facilities: En suite

After your morning breakfast and well equipped with packed lunch, you will proceed for a briefing by the rangers and then allocated a Gorilla family to track. You will then proceed into the Bwindi impenetrable forest and start your Gorilla tracking experience. Once the Gorillas have been tracked, you will be given an hour to interact and take pictures. Time permitting; you may also have a community walk for cultural experience of the Native Batwa communities; dinner an overnight stay will be at the booked Lodge as preferred.



Up market;

  • Mahogany springs
  • Room type:  Double
  • Meals: Full board basis
  • Facilities: En suite

After breakfast, you will be transferred to Queen Elizabeth National park, entering the park through the Northern crater Area. This is truly the most breathtaking scenery in the park where you will see beautiful lakes and rich grasslands which are set deep in the crater valley. The park harbors almost 100 species such as the Leopard, Buffaloes, and Hippos, Spotted Hyena, kobs, Lions and many others. There are also over different 606 species of birds found in this park including the rare black-rumped buttonquail, the martial eagle, African skimmer and Verreaux’s eagle owl to mention but a few. Upon arrival into the park, you will:-

Transfer to the Ishasha Sector:-


Of Queen Elizabeth National park. This sector is a home to the tree climbing lions. Upon arrival, you will check in at the Lodge for lunch and afternoon relaxation. Later in the evening, you will have a sunset game drive in the park where you may

Encounter tree climbing lions as well as other different animal species such as the elephants, Buffaloes, Uganda Kobs and different bird species. Dinner and an overnight stay will be at the lodge.



  • Marafiki Safari Lodges

Room type: Double

Meals: Full board basis

Facilities: En suite

This day you will go for an early morning game drive in the park, looking out for its residents that include Elephants, Giraffes, Buffaloes, Leopards and many more, including different bird species that may be sighted during the game drive. After lunch,  you will proceed for the boat cruise to the Nile delta where you will  be able to see different bird species and animals at the River banks, at the bottom of the Murchison falls; getting  closer to the site where river Nile violently explodes to form a very powerful waterfall. At the comfort of your boat, you will be able to see lots of

Crocodiles and Hippos, Elephants and Buffaloes at the river banks.

The Safari to Kidepo Valley National Park through vast open plains and small settlements along the way to Karamoja  takes 4-5 hours  driving time  arriving at the lodge in the evening .

If time allows we will set off for a nature walk   and   a guided cultural village tour where you will learn about the nomadic lifestyle of the people around Karenga and Kidepo. During this cultural tour you will visit the Karamajong homesteads (manyattas) and see the kraals of cattle, the traditional costumes, stools, spears, headdress, knives, bows and arrows, jewelry, grinding stones and utensils all made locally by the natives. The Karimojong culture is a unique one plus their homesteads which are similar to those of the Masaai people.

You may be invited to a cultural performance before heading back to your accommodation for dinner and overnight stay at your lodge.


Accommodation options


Kidepo Savannah Lodge

Room type: Double

Meals: Full board basis

Facilities: En suite

With our packed breakfast, we will wake up early for a game drive in the northern side of the park crossing the Kidepo River to catch up with the early predators that will be returning to their habitats after a night hunt. This drive is highlighted by a visit to the Kanatorok hot springs and the southern Sudanese border. In Kidepo you will find zebras, giraffes, elephants, lions, leopards and this is the only place in Uganda – Pearl of Africa where you can find the cheetah and ostrich.

You’ll return to the lodge for lunch, and relaxation.

Later in the afternoon, may set off for another game drive or finish up with the community activities not touched yesterday.

Dinner and overnight stay at the lodge.

Accommodation options


Kidepo Savannah Lodge

Room type: Double

Meals: Full board basis

Facilities: En suite

Early morning after breakfast with a packed lunch,we will set off for Zziwa (or Ziwa) Rhino Sanctuary ;  home to Uganda’s wild endangered rhinos. Located in Nakasongola District, near Nakitoma Village, Ziwa covers around 70 square kilometers. Uganda used to have a large number of both black and white rhinoceroses, but the civil wars of 1970’s and early 80’s diminished their numbers close to extinction. In 2005 the sanctuary was established and rhinos were re-introduced by the Rhino Fund Uganda for purposes of breeding rhinos back for reintroduction into the wild.  

This Rhino Sanctuary is the foundation of the restoration of rhino population for all of Uganda, and so they are protected 24 hours a day from poachers by an electrical fence and security personnel. The sanctuary started with 6 rhinos but currently the number has grown to about 19 animals.

A trip to Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary gives you a rare opportunity to track rhinos on foot, have an up-close experience and some great and unusual photo opportunities. The white rhinos at Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary are gentle giants – and approaching them on foot poses no danger to you. You will have the guidance and company of a sanctuary ranger who is knowledgeable about the behavior of the rhinos.

Apart from the rhinos, Ziwa is also home to a number of bird species, reptiles, and 40 other mammal species including antelopes, crocodiles, hippos, monkeys, among others. The sanctuary has become increasingly popular during Uganda safaris with tourists for rhino trekking, boat riding, bird watching, night walks and nature walks. The accommodation units offer fine foods ranging from local to international cuisines

After an early morning breakfast, and with a packed lunch, set off for a Kampala City tour; a sightseeing tour of the Capital City of Uganda hosting Major Historical, Cultural, Religious and Financial establishments. The people of Kampala are amazingly welcoming, kind and friendly which is typical of Ugandans.

The City tour takes one to places some of which are as below:-

  • Owino Market (the biggest in East Africa); also known as St.Balikuddembe market.
  • Nakasero Market (full of spices and a variety of fruits from our endowed fertile soils).
  • Namugongo Martyrs’Shrines (the Catholic and Anglican Shrines).
  • The Lubiri palace to participate in Dark tourism (former torture chambers for late President Idi Amin)
  • Visit to the Bahai Temple,the mother temple of the Bahai Faith in Africa sitting on approximately 52 acres ; one of only nine around the world and the only Bahai Temple on the African Continent.
  • Buganda Kabaka’s palace Bulange – Mengo, where the parliament of Buganda Kingdom sits and many more when time allows.


Meal Plan: Alarcarte for Dinner 

Today will mark the end of our tour and Safari in this eastern region of Africa, with a return to Entebbe Airport or setting off for the next destination of your choice.


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