Schedued Trips

DAY 1: Arrival at Entebbe, you’ll be picked up by the hostel shuttle and be transferred to your hostel for refreshment. Early arrivals grant you a chance to get introduced about our African culture and natural history safari at Uganda Wildlife Education Center. Some may choose to stay, rest and shed off the jet lag. Stay at cassia lodge or the lodge Lweza B&B
DAY 2: easy day you have time to meet Kampala-Uganda’s capital city! And the surroundings-Kasubi Royal Tombs before transferring to Ndere Centre for an incredible cultural entertainment with variety and quality delicacies to sample. Stay at hotel la grandae or Hotel Intertropics B&B
DAY 3: Travel to mbarara-lake mburo national park. Morning after breakfast, check out and transfer to Mbarara area. You Will have a break at the kayabwe Nabusanke along kampala-masaka road at the equator; photographic moment, lunch break, visit the project of your choice. Classroom for Africa project (grace Christian school) or the me and your child aid poject.
DAY 4: . In the morning, walk safari in the wooded savanna of Lake Mburo National Park and experience grazing with the game like Topi, large herds of elands, impala, buffalo, zebra etc. lunch break and siesta at the lake side restaurant, thereafter you have a boat cruise and ride along the shores of Lake Mburo.
DAY 5: This morning before you leave Mbarara area, you’ll visit one of the Ankole cattle farms and homes to experience people’s lifesyle with the farm (optional). Thereafter, you proceed to Kabale-Bunyonyi south western Uganda thrilling along the hills of kigezi highlands.
DAY 6: Relax canoeing along the lake to discover the mystery islands of the lake and later in the afternoon transfer to Kisoro town. If time allows you can do an optional visit to the historical caves in this evening. Stay at Mucha Hotel or Tour Land Hotel 2nigts B&B
DAY 7: Take a tour around Kisoro villages experiencing the life of the people and small agricultural and animal farms, interact with the community members, ask them some questions if you feel like
DAY 8: Transfer to Bunyaruguru Crater Zone through Rukungiri area via Kyamuhunga tea plantations. Stay at Dave the Cave or Park View Camp 2nights FB
DAY 9: Easy day; in the morning church service at Rugazi parish church depending on day to day, interact with the locals, move like locals! In the afternoon you stroll in the villages to experience the life of people there, you’ll visit NECA-project
DAY 10: Queen Elizabeth national park (QENP). Leave the camp early in the morning for game drive in the park watching the beautiful scenery, large ranges of savanna with schools of elephants, Uganda cobs, water backs, wat hogs, baboons in the gorge, and several bird species, you’ll also pay a visit Katwe salt mining communities early in the afternoon. Afternoon boat cruise along the Kazinga channel where a lot of wild animals will be seen as they take a water rest along the channel, a thousands of water birds like African skimmers
DAY 11: Kibale forest area; chimpanzee tracking, if you have time, you take a visit of the local market at Panga and take a hike to Nyakasura hills and craters.
DAY 13:transfer to Hoima town. Long drive that takes more hours of our day. Stay at Kontiki Hotel B&B
DAY 14:Murchison falls national park through Boomu Womens village. Short village walk and lunch here. Later continue to the park, pay a visit to the top of the falls, cross the Nile continue game driving in the park up to the lodge Download Full PDF
This trip is designed to track down for you the big five that is the Lion, Leopards, Elephant, Cape Buffalo, and Rhino, much as Uganda is more popular for primates, we give you the best of a Uganda Wildlife experience with a focus on the Big Five that were established by the Big Game Hunters of times back, the Big Five were not just the Big sized animals but the difficulty of hunting them today, it is used by Safari companies and many tourists to Africa and rather than killing, the camera does the shooting!

Uganda boasts of being home of about 410 mountain gorillas, “more than half of the entire world gorilla Population!” making Bwindi one of the absolute highlights of African travels. The exhilaration attached to first setting an eye on a wild mountain gorilla is difficult to describe. They’re enormous animals, yet despite their fearsome appearance, gorillas are remarkably peaceable creatures. More impressive even than the gorilla’s size bearing is their unfathomable attitude to people, which differs greatly from that of any other wild animal that you’ve ever encountered! Anthropomorphic as it might sound, almost everybody who visits the gorilla experiences an almost mystical sense of recognition. Often one of the gentle giants will break off from the business on chomping on bamboos to study human visitor, soft brown eyes staring deeply into theirs as if seeking a connection-a spine-tingling wildlife experience without peer!

However, a reasonable fitness is required to trek in search for gorillas as the hike can be tough going because of downs and ups on the hillsides and valleys before you encounter any group of gorillas. Another variable is the altitude effect in Bwindi which favors unexpected overhead rains and slippery surfaces while trekking, therefore, arguably you’re required to carry along with you trekking gear like jungle boots and rain jackets, wear thick trousers, and long sleeves as protection against vicious nettles. Carry some quick calories and water. Our guides pay attention on the need of your trip in order to make it a fruitful one. Download Full PDF


This tour will give a chance to see up to 600 bird species and over 50 Mammal species, including elephants, zebras, lions, leopard, cheetah, hippo, crocodile etc. The tour covers a multitude of habitats from lush rain-forests, wild savannas, dry acacia forests, to wetlands; some with papyrus reed beds and others with open water - the case of Lake Opeta which is a renowned location of Uganda’s only endemic bird; the Fox’s Weaver

Key sites

EBG, Mabamba, Lake Mburo National Park, Bwindi Impenetrable Gorilla National Park, Queen Elizabeth National Park, Semliki Valley National Park, Nyakasula Hills, Kibale Chimpanzee Forest National Park, Budongo Forest National Park, Murchison Falls Natonal Park, Kidepo Valley National Park, Lake Opeta, Mabira Forest. Download Full PDF

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Memberships and Associations

Uganda Wildlife Authority
Nature Uanda
Uganda safari guides association
Nzuguto Environmental Eonservation Essociation-NECA
Uganda Bird Guides Club