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7 Day Kibale, Queen Elizabeth National Parks Tour

5.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review)

Kibale is known for its chimps and Queen Elizabeth National Park is great for wildlife viewing.

Per Person Sharing

Minimum Cost: $1900

Maximum Cost: $2400

Product Description

Day 1. Arrive Entebbe, Uganda
Upon arrival at Entebbe Airport, you will be met by our company representative who will then transfer you to The Windsor Lake Victoria Hotel. A charming, colonial style hotel with beautiful gardens and a swimming pool. If time allows, you may visit Uganda Wildlife Education Centre / Botanical Gardens. Overnight: Airport view hotel
Day 2. Kibale Forest
After breakfast, we drive to Kibale Forest. We will take with us packed lunches which will be enjoyed enroute. The trip takes us through a variety of habitats that include forests, savannah, papyrus swamps, and vegetable gardens, that all result in beautiful sceneries. Overnight: Primate Lodge Kibale

Day 3. Kibale Forest
After break fast, we proceed for Chimpanzee tracking. The exciting activity begins in the morning and may take a whole day or a few hours. Briefing is done by the local park guide. Besides close cousins, the chimpanzees, there are other primates likely to be encountered. These include: red colobus, L’hoesti, black-and-white colobus, red tailed monkeys, grey-cheeked mangabey and other primate species. The swamp walk at Bigodi wetland is an optional activity in the afternoon. Overnight: Primate Lodge Kibale

Day 4. Queen Elizabeth National Park
After breakfast, check out and drive to Queen Elizabeth National Park. The drive passes though Fort Portal southwards along the Eastern length of the Rwenzori Mountains. On a clear day you may see the glaciated peaks as you gently descend into the Great Rift Valley to the park. The Rwenzori Peaks provide a magnificent backdrop to antelope-filled plains. Queen Elizabeth National Park covers about 2,000 square kilometers and spreads along the eastern shore of the Rift Valley’s Lake Edward.
The afternoon activities will include the exciting 3 hour launch trip on the Kazinga Channel, which is home to countless hippos, as well as baboons and abundant birdlife. Overnight Mweya Lodge.
Day 5
This morning we will enjoy a game drive to the magnificent plains of Kasenyi, crater valleys, and the channel drive. Here we may spot lion, leopard, buffalos, bushbuck, waterbuck, reedbuck, African elephant and. herds of Uganda kob then come back for lunch. Afternoon we drive to Maramagambo forest for a nature walk to visit bat caves where we may observe thousands of bats within inches of their roosts, and often pythons and monitor lizards poised to strike by the cave entrance. Overnight Mweya Lodge.
Day 6:Entebbe/Kampala
After breakfast, check out and drive back to Entebbe via Mbarara, Masaka and Mpigi. Enroute have a lunch stopover in Mbarara. Then proceed with your drive to Entebbe. We may make stop over at the Equator line, Mpambire drum shops and Kampala craft shops. Overnight Airport View Hotel
Day 7: Departure
Transfer to airport for flight connections.

Per Person Sharing

Minimum Cost: $1900

Maximum Cost: $2400

Rates are per person and based on 2 people sharing 1 room
Included in the package
1. Transfers to and fro airport
2. Transport in a 4 x 4 wheel drive vehicle with gasoline
3. Entrance to the parks
4. One chimpanzee permit
5. 6 nights accommodation and meals
6. A Launch/boat trip to Kazinga channel
Excluded in the package
• Drinks (soft and alcoholic
• Launddry
• Tips and gratuities
• Any expenses of a personal nature ie phone calls, antiquity purchases, etc
• Personal insurence
• Charter flights

1 review for 7 Day Kibale, Queen Elizabeth National Parks Tour

  1. 5 out of 5


    Gilbert the Manager at Kibale lodge was awesome and ensured everything went smoothly for us. Spent two nights there. The view at the lodge is spectacular and the food great. At Mweya lodge the service was overall good although i feel they could do better especially at the bar next to the pool area. Laico Lake Victoria is a great hotel as its close to the airport. We spent the evening of our flight there. Overall i would recommend this 7 day Safari to anyone visiting Uganda for a vacation I did it with my family of four. Ugandans are really friendly and helpful.

    Mckenzie family

    August 2015

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