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15 Days Uganda Wildlife Safari

We rank this 15-day safari as not just the most well-liked in Uganda, but also the program that visitors with a lot of time there want to use to explore the undiscovered wildness in Uganda's most breathtaking and stunning wildlife national parks. Contact Us Now

It blends the most exhilarating gorilla experience on Earth with local culture experiences and wildlife discoveries. Give us the chance to take you to the pinnacle of Uganda's greatest safari memories, whether you're traveling alone, with a partner, in a group, or even with your family.


15 Days Uganda Wildlife Safari

Day 1: Day 1: Arrival Entebbe International Airport

When you arrive at Entebbe airport, a representative from our firm will personally greet you and drive you to Kampala Serena Hotel (a high-end hotel) or Cassia Lodge (a mid-range hotel) for the night and dinner. Planned meal: supper.

Day 2: Murchison Falls National Park

The Uganda Wildlife Safari starts with a scenic drive through the well-known Luwero Triangle in the north-west before continuing on to Masindi via the Ziwa Rhino Project. It is essential to go rhino trekking at the Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary. Drive to Murchison Falls after lunch. Dinner and overnight accommodations at Paraa Safari Lodge (high-end facility) or Sambiya River Lodge (mid-range facility).

Day 3: Murchison Falls National Park

Take a cup of African coffee to start your day. After your coffee, take a ferry across the Nile to the park's northern bank.Your guide will be able to point out animals such as elephants, lions, cape buffalo, Rothschild's giraffes, hartebeest, waterbuck, oribi, bushbuck, bohor reedbuck, hyena, and, if you're lucky, leopards. Breakfast and lunch should be taken there again. Take a boat safari upstream along the serene Victoria Nile after lunch, stopping just a few meters from the "Devil's Cauldron" before reaching the base of the falls. Enjoy the toothy hippos and crocodiles along the way. Along this 17 kilometer stretch, you might also spot elephants, waterbucks, and Uganda Kob crocodiles.

Day 4: Murchison Falls National Park – Kibale

Drive through lush scenery and past historic homesteads and farms along Albertine Rift escarpments for the entirety of the day to Fort Portal in the south via Hoima. In the shadow of the legendary Mountains of the Moon, Fort-Portal is located. meals and overnight accommodations at Primate Lodge or the high-end Kyaninga Lodge. The "Mountains of the Moon" and a magnificent Crater Lake are visible from this breathtaking site. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are on the menu.

Day 5: Kibale Chimpanzee & Monkey Trekking & Bigodi Walk

Arrive at the Kanyanchu Tourist Center where the day's tourist activities start after an early breakfast before setting out to see chimpanzees in the jungle. Over 90% of visitors see the chimpanzees, but it's not a certainty. One of Uganda's most majestic and lovely forests is Kibale National Park. It is home to the uncommon L'hoest's monkey, the Red colobus monkey, and our closest living relatives, the endangered chimpanzee. A total of 13 different species of primates, including the Black and White Columbus, Blue monkey, Grey-cheeked mangabey, Red-tailed monkey, Bush infants, and Pottos, are found in the forest, making it one of Africa's richest sources of diversity and density in this area.

Day 6: Kibale – Queen Elizabeth National Park

Drive to Queen Elizabeth National Park after breakfast while admiring the ethereal Rwenzori Mountain range for much of the trip. While you are waiting for lunch, check in at your hotel. Take a launch cruise along Kazinga Channel One, which connects Lakes Edward and George, in the afternoon after lunch. The boat is a fantastic way to see hippo, buffalo, kob, and the sporadic Nile crocodile (which, until recently, did not reside in this area), as well as to enjoy some amazing bird watching along the water's edge. The launch cruise is often regarded by those who take part as the highlight of their entire African safari. Dinner and overnight stay at Mweya Safari Lodge (High end facility) or Enganzi Lodge (Mid Lodge facility) Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are on the menu.

Day 7: Queen Elizabeth National Park

To catch the early birds and predators heading back to their dens, get up very early with your packed lunch and go on a morning wildlife drive. Grazing Hippos, Elephants, Lions, spotted Hyenas, bush buck, water buck, stripped jackal, amusing warthogs, and the elusive leopard are all likely to be encountered. To the Maramagambo Forest you should go. Here, you're in for a lot of surprises; for instance, it's not uncommon to see pythons feeding on bats in the floor crevices of the bat cave. The cave is close to the stunning Hunters cave and the former Blue lake. In addition, you might observe other primates and forest animals like bat hawks and brown-eared woodpeckers. Dinner and an overnight stay at either Enganzi Lodge or the high-end Mweya Safari Lodge. Meal

Day 8: Queen Elizabeth National Park – Ishasha

Proceed to Ishasha with the memories from the day before. Drive across the savanna grasses and acacia-filled deep and vast dry craters. The drive passes via the distinctive western rift valley escarpment and the Ishasha sector, which is in Queen Elizabeth National Park's southern region. Here, you'll go on yet another wildlife drive in the afternoon and evening in search of tree-climbing lions. Dinner and an overnight stay at either the Savannah Resort Hotel or the Ishasha Wildness Camp (high-end facilities). Plan your meals (B, L, and D).

Day 9: Ishasha – Bwindi Impenetrable Forest

Early morning guided bush walk for a closer interaction with nature. The mid morning will be spent on a game drive for the tree climbing lions, thereafter proceed to Bwindi Impenetrable National Park.

Day 10: Bwindi Gorilla Tracking

Set out early with guides to find the gorillas after breakfast. The excitement of your encounter will make the potentially difficult walk seem easy. The park is frequently damp, so pack a rain jacket and some jungle boots. Spend some time marveling at the gorillas as they go about their daily routines. Although each gorilla safari experience is unique and has its own benefits, you are likely to love the up-close view of adults feeding, grooming, and relaxing as the young playfully frolic and swing from vines.

Day 11: Bwindi Batwa Cultural Experience

Prepare for a Batwa experience by eating an early breakfast and getting ready for the Batwa to show you how to hunt, collect honey, and point out medicinal plants. Visitors are moved by the community's Batwa women's performance of a somber song, which conveys the richness of this rapidly disappearing culture. Dinner and an overnight stay at Silver Back Lodge or Mahogany Springs, respectively. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are on the menu.

Day 12: Bwindi National Park – Lake Mburo National Park

Drive to Lake Mburo National Park for an evening game drive after breakfast. The park is famous for its zebras, impalas, buffaloes, hippos, topi, and elands, which also contain uncommon waterbirds including the shoebill, crested crane, pelicans, fish eagle, and heron. Dinner and a night's stay at either the luxurious Mihingo Safari Lodge or the mid-range Mantana Tented Camp. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are on the menu.

Day 13: Lake Mburo National Park

Early morning game drive in the park, which is an extension of the Tanzanian Plains and home to large herds of buffalo, warthogs, impalas, and other Savannah species. This is among the best places for birdwatchers to find African Fin foot, Papyrus, Bush Shrike, etc. Amazing boat ride through the hippos in the afternoon. Dinner and a night's stay at either the luxurious Mihingo Safari Lodge or the mid-range Mantana Tented Camp. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are on the

Day 14: Lake Mburo National Park – Entebbe

Go for a morning bush walk after an early breakfast. Every area of Lake Mburo National Park is vibrant with color, variety, and appeal, making it a very unique location. There is a sizable marsh there. Elands, impalas, waterbucks, warthogs, and zebras are among the animals you might observe. Return to Entebbe for an overnight stay at Lake Victoria Serena Resort or at The Boma Hotel (Mid Facility) with a brief photo break at the Ugandan Equator crossing and a visit at a gift shop. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are on the menu.

Day 15: Transfers to Airport

You will be taken to the airport for your out-of-bond flight back home, depending on your flight time. Meal schedule: (B).