Day 1: Arrival to Entebbe, Uganda. Visit the Uganda Wildlife Conservation Education Centre. Overnight stay at hotel.
Day 2-4: Travel to Bwindi National Park (UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site). isit the famous endangered mountain gorillas. Explore the Park or enjoy other activities such as a forest walk, a visit to a local school/orphanage or Batwa pygmy village, and curio shopping. . Overnight stayS at Bwindi National Park.
Day 5: Travel to Queen Elizabeth National Park. Visit the Community Project on the way to enjoy some time in local people's homesteads, as well as see some of the crops and curios they produce. Visit the local elephant trench project. Reach and overnight stay at Queen Elizabeth National Park.
Day 6-7: Queen Elizabeth National Park:
- Game drives - Ishasha sector: Enjoy wildlife - warthog, water buck, bush buck, leopard, Ugandan kob, elephants, countless bird species and even the rare giant forest hog. Known for its famous tree climbing lions.
- Game Drives – Mweya Sector– Enjoy vast numbers of Uganda’s unique and strange Euphorbia, or “candelabra” tree. There are many nearby crater lakes and mountain ranges.
- Boat Cruise - Kazinga Channel - Enjoy herds of elephant, buffalos and antelopes, families of warthogs, large groups of hippos, and crocodiles basking on the shore and numerous birds, including many migratory species. The cruise also provides a spectacular view of the beautiful Mweya Peninsulaand life in local fishing villages set along the banks.
- Travel to Chamburu Gorge (Kyamaburu): Chimpanzee trekking
Day 8 - 9: Travel to Kibale National Park. Enjoy the rich variety of wildlife such as red-tailed monkey, diademed monkey, olive baboon, chimpanzee, black and white colobus. Some of the other mammals seen are bushbuck, Harvey’s red duiker, blue duiker, bush pig, and African civet. Overnight stay in Kibale Forest.
Day 10: Travel to Entebbe. Enjoy the rest of the day at leisure.
Day 11: Departure from Uganda.