The proposed itinerary for the 4-day gorillas and chimp trekking Uganda wildlife safari
Day 1: Transfer from Kigali, Rwanda to Bwindi National Park in Uganda
Our representative will pick you up in Kigali and drive to Bwindi National Park. The drive to Uganda will go through Rwanda's northern town of Ruhengeri. You will then cross over into Uganda via the Kyanika border post. The trip continues through the nearby Kisoro town and finally to Bwindi national park. The journey should take about 4-5 hrs. Arriving at Bwindi national park early afternoon will allow you to do optional activities such as hiking, visiting the community, etc.
Day 2: Gorilla trekking at Bwindi National Park
You will head to Bwindi National Park immediately after breakfast to get a briefing about the gorilla trek. The presentation will cover the basics of what to expect during the trek. The national park guide will assign all visitors to the gorilla family to trek during the briefing session. Visitors from various countries are likely to be assigned to the different trekking group. The gorilla trek can take from a few to many hours. The time spent during trekking depends on how far the gorillas are inside the forest. After the trek, transfer to the lodge for dinner and overnight. Note: Depending on the availability of gorilla trekking permits, we might suggest trekking the gorillas at Mgahinga Gorilla National Park.
Day 3: Transfer to Queen Elizabeth National Park via the Ishasha sector for tree climbing lions
We will start the journey in the morning from Kisoro/Bwindi area and drive to Queen Elizabeth national park. The tour will take you through the stunning landscapes of western Uganda. You will arrive at Queen Elizabeth national park in the late afternoon. Ishasha sector for tree climbing lions the way from Kisoro/Bwindi, we will drive through the Ishasha sector of Queen Elizabeth National Park, popularly known for the tree-climbing lions. Unlike their counterparts at the Kasenyi plains, the lions at Ishasha have found a way to climb the fig trees to enjoy the warm temperatures available in the park. While the sighting of the tree-climbing lions is not 100% guaranteed, a stopover at Ishasha is worth a visit!
Day 4: Chimpanzee trekking at Kalinzu forest reserve. Transfer to Kigali or Kampala/Entebbe after the chimp trek
You will head to Kalinzu forest immediately after breakfast to experience trekking the chimpanzees in their forest home. If you are lucky on the trek, you might encounter other different species of monkeys in the Kibale forest. These include colobus monkeys, olive baboons, and red-tailed monkeys. Transfer to Kigali or Kampala/Entebbe immediately after the chimpanzee trek. Alternatively, do game drives in the morning and drive to Kigali or Kampala after the game drive.
Optional activities to do during the 4-day gorilla/chimpanzee trek:
Additional activities to do during the four-day gorilla & chimpanzee trek include the Batwa community cultural experience, coffee making tour, and canoeing at Lake Mutanda. Lodging options during the 4-day gorilla trek are midrange lodges. Options at Bwindi National Park include the following:· Rushaga Gorilla Camp, southern sector of Bwindi National Park· Mutanda Lake Resort at Lake Mutanda· Bakiga Lodge at the Ruhija sector.
Midrange accommodation options at Bwindi National Park are Buffalo Safari Lodge and the Bush Lodge.
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Bamboo Ecotours organize the 4-Day Gorillas, Wildlife, and Chimpanzee Trekking Safari.
We've got you covered if you want to see more in less time! The 4-day gorillas and chimp trekking Uganda wildlife safari offered by Bamboo Ecotours takes you to the most stunning tourist attractions in southwestern Uganda. The major highlights are game drives at the Ishasha sector of Queen Elizabeth national park, chimp trekking, and gorilla trekking at Bwindi National Park. The tour starts and ends in Kigali, Rwanda, and can end in Kigali or Kampala/Entebbe.
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