Luxury Primate Tracking Holiday & Game Safari 6 Days / 5 NightsÂ
Our Luxury Primate Tracking Holiday & Game Safari has beenÂ put together to give you a first hand experience of the amazing Ugandan wildlife safari.Â Safari tourists will have the opportunity to visit the very popularÂ Queen Elizabeth National Park,Â Bwindi Impenetrable National Park and theÂ Bujagali Falls Source of the Nile. Activities include gorilla, chimp as well as other game and primate tracking activities; including tours around Ugandan natural tourist attractions.
This package includes flight, private transportation in Uganda, local transfers, $500 Gorilla tracking permit, luxury safariÂ accommodationÂ - safari lodges and five star hotels.
Detailed Itinerary for our Luxury Primate Tracking Holiday Package & Game Safari
Day 1 Arrival at Entebbe, Kampala Uganda
Check in at your hotel and wind down jet lag. After lunch, either you stay at the hotel and pamper yourself in a luxurious spa, swim in the Olympic size pool, workout in a state of the art gym, or simply join folks in one of the fully stocked bars. Alternatively take a walk to the city centre and mix with the crowd.
Day 2: Start of Luxury Primate Tracking Holiday Kibale National Park
After Breakfast, head to Kibale National Park via Mubende and Fort-Portal. Arrive in time for dinner in at Kabale Primate Lodge in the Kibale national park either in luxury stone cottages or exotic tree houses for guests.
Day 3: Chimpanzee Tracking
Have early breakfast and venture out for primate tracking in the forest. This can either be a half day tracking experience or a full day tracking adventure. While out tracking the Chimps keep an eye out for the other primates like red colobus, red tailored, blue monkey, and grey coloured mangabeys.
The guides will keep you informed of the forests secrets of flora and fauna ensuring your trail is informative and enjoyable. Have lunch, the half day trackers can head to Queen Elizabeth National Park for game safari. Arrive at Mweya Safari Lodge and enjoy the hotel surrounding and cultural dance.
Day 4: Queen Elizabeth National Park
Wake up at 5.30-6.00a.m for the early morning game drive which is usually the most rewarding. You will be able to see elephants, buffalos, lions, leopards, waterbuck, bushbuck and warthog. Another common-but unexpected-sighting in this area is the Giant Forest Hog, Africaâs largest pig.
In the afternoon take on a unique launch cruise along Kazinga Channel. The launch cruise passes through presumably the highest concentration of hippos in Africa and other mammals are a common sight as they drink at the waterâs edge. This is a perfect opportunity bird watching enthusiast as there is abundant
Day 5: Queen Elizabeth National Park
Wake up early, check out and be driven to a beautiful picnic spot for a Bush Breakfast. Return to the lodge check out and head to Kampala via Mbarara. The journey will take you through gorgeous scenery of western Uganda. You will have a stopover over in Mbarara for lunch and at the Equator for photographs. Check in to the hotel for overnight stay.
Day 6: End of Luxury Primate Tracking Holiday Â - Bujagali (Optional)
Early Morning breakfast then head to Bujagali falls and to the source of River Nile in Ugandaâs second largest city for an exhilarating white water rafting. In the afternoon return to Kampala for city tour and shopping. If you still have energy left, feel free to enjoy the city nightlife.
Included in this Luxury Game Safari Holiday Package
- Full board 5 Star Accommodation (Note: Star ratings may vary by country)
- Return International flight if you are travelling from the United Kingdom
- Park/attractions entry licences and permits
- 4Ã4 Air Conditioned Vehicle and driver
- Safari Tour guide
- Airport transfers at destination
- Selected alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks
Not Included in this Luxury Wildlife Holiday Package
- Visa fees
- Domestic flights
- Travel / Medical Insurance
- Personal expenses
Read more about Uganda The Safari destinationÂ
Tourism in Uganda is built on the concept of ecotourism, mainly focusing on sustainable use of natural and cultural attractions which are foundations of the countryâs tourism activity, as well as empowering the local communities.
In addition to 10 National Parks that offer diverse attractions and activities to tourists, Uganda has a range of incredible nature reserves.
These forest ecotourism reserves are endowed with rich flora and fauna, endemic species of birds, wild animals, butterflies and evergreen vegetation.Â Read moreÂ about Uganda
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