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8 Days Wild African Rainforests Safari

Destination
Mgahinga Gorilla National Park Queen Elizabeth National Park Kampala Bwindi Impenetrable National Park Walking Safaris Wildlife
Country : Uganda
Duration
8 days 7 nights

Mgahinga National Park

10 Days / 9 Nights Wild African Rainforests Safari


Mountains of the Moon is an ancient term referring to a legendary mountain or mountain range in east Africa at the source of the Nile River - the Rwenzori Mountains of Uganda being the most celebrated.Winston Churchill called Uganda “the Pearl of Africa” The key attraction is the primates, particularly the Gorilla for this where the East African savannah meets the West African jungle that results to an incredibly lush adventure experience starts in Kampala offers the best of everything trailing the endangered and the rare mountain gorillas

Featuring:Mgahinga Gorilla , Queen Elizabeth, Kampala, Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, Walking Safaris Wildlife

DAY 1: Arrival Kampala

 

On arrival at Kampala you spend a restful night in anticipation for your safari.

Day 2/3: Queen Elizabeth National Park

Your adventure starts in Kampala, Uganda's capital city and you will continue west to the plains of Queen Elizabeth National Park. On day two and three you explore this amazing park, view huge herds of antelope, elephant grazing along Lake Edward and the tree climbing lions and chimpanzees at the gorge.  The next two nights will be spent in Queen Elizabeth National Park. On the way south you will have a stop at the royal drum makers and also be in the two world’s Southern and northern hemisphere as you stand astride the Equator.

Day 4/5: Bwindi Impenetrable Forest

On day four we proceed on to Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, pass via Ishasha – depending on the road conditions – experience the tree-climbing lions. You journey through this magnificent landscape that changes in rapid succession has great scenic views of the towering forest trees. Explore the vicinity, walk along clear mountain stream or a cultural visit to the local village if time allows. On day five you set off for your memorable gorilla tracking excursion in the impenetrable forest.  Trek through the steep, densely forested hills in search of a resident family. The encounter with these rare and splendid animals is a life-changing experience. Please be advised that tracking in the Bwindi Forest requires stamina and can often take most of the day. Optional other activities on offer in-and-around the National Park

Day 6/7: Mgahinga National Park 

Day six we leave for Mgahinga National Park and spend the next two nights here, via the bamboo forests to the Kanaba Gap, enjoy the spectacular views of the Virunga Volcanoes. A cultural excursion where you visit and experience how the Batwa Pygmies - forest’s indigenous people live and learn about their unique traditions of the. Tracking the gorillas is challenging in the steep muddy paths in Nkuringo on the southern part of Bwindi National Park. You also have an opportunity to hike on the Muhavura or Gahinga Volcanoes. Gahinga offers a gentle hike through the bamboo forest on the lower slopes and marshy craters at its peak. The lower slopes are rich with forest birds and the marshes near the summit are home to bushbuck and elusive duiker. Muhavura is the most challenging peak in the park and the hike takes most of the day, but it is adventurous and rewarding with a great sense of accomplishment and - on a good day – experiencing the marvelous and spectacular views. 
Track golden monkeys on a guided nature walk through the parks bamboo stands and the forested gorge on the lower levels of the slope to the higher grounds where you find heath and moorland. The forest is not only home to the rare golden monkey, but also to a great diversity of bird and animal life.

DAY 8: Kampala homebound flight

On the eighth and last day after a more leisurely breakfast you will journey back to Kampala for your homeward flight

 

Queen Elizabeth National Park

10 Days / 9 NightsWild African Rainforests Safari adventure experience starts in Kampala offers the best of everything trailing the endangered and the rare mountain gorillas

DAY 1: Arrival Kampala

 On arrival at Kampala you spend a restful night in anticipation for your safari.

Day 2/3: Queen Elizabeth National Park

Your adventure starts in Kampala, Uganda's capital city and you will continue west to the plains of Queen Elizabeth National Park. On day two and three you explore this park, view huge herds of antelope, elephant grazing along Lake Edward and the tree climbing lions and chimpanzees at the gorge.  The next two nights will be spent in Queen Elizabeth National Park. On the way south you will have a stop at the royal drum makers and also be in the two world’s Southern and northern hemisphere as you stand astride the Equator.

Day 4/5: Bwindi Impenetrable Forest

On day four we proceed on to Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, pass via Ishasha – depending on the road conditions – experience the tree-climbing lions. You journey through this magnificent landscape that changes in rapid succession has great scenic views of the towering forest trees. Explore the vicinity, walk along clear mountain stream or a cultural visit to the local village if time allows. On day five you set off for your memorable gorilla tracking excursion in the impenetrable forest.  Trek through the steep, densely forested hills in search of a resident family. The encounter with these rare and splendid animals is a life-changing experience. Please be advised that tracking in the Bwindi Forest requires stamina and can often take most of the day. Optional other activities on offer in-and-around the National Park

Day 6/7: Mgahinga National Park 

Day six we leave for Mgahinga National Park and spend the next two nights here, via the bamboo forests to the Kanaba Gap, enjoy the spectacular views of the Virunga Volcanoes. A cultural excursion where you visit and experience how the Batwa Pygmies - forest’s indigenous people live and learn about their unique traditions of the. Tracking the gorillas is challenging in the steep muddy paths in Nkuringo on the southern part of Bwindi National Park. You also have an opportunity to hike on the Muhavura or Gahinga Volcanoes. Gahinga offers a gentle hike through the bamboo forest on the lower slopes and marshy craters at its peak. The lower slopes are rich with forest birds and the marshes near the summit are home to bushbuck and elusive duiker. Muhavura is the most challenging peak in the park and the hike takes most of the day, but it is adventurous and rewarding with a great sense of accomplishment and - on a good day – experiencing the marvelous and spectacular views. 
Track golden monkeys on a guided nature walk through the parks bamboo stands and the forested gorge on the lower levels of the slope to the higher grounds where you find heath and moorland. The forest is not only home to the rare golden monkey, but also to a great diversity of bird and animal life.

DAY 8: Kampala homebound flight

On the eighth and last day after a more leisurely breakfast you will journey back to Kampala for your homeward flight

kampala

10 Days / 9 NightsWild African Rainforests Safari adventure experience starts in Kampala offers the best of everything trailing the endangered and the rare mountain gorillas

DAY 1: Arrival Kampala

 On arrival at Kampala you spend a restful night in anticipation for your safari.

Day 2/3: Queen Elizabeth National Park

Your adventure starts in Kampala, Uganda's capital city and you will continue west to the plains of Queen Elizabeth National Park. On day two and three you explore this park, view huge herds of antelope, elephant grazing along Lake Edward and the tree climbing lions and chimpanzees at the gorge.  The next two nights will be spent in Queen Elizabeth National Park. On the way south you will have a stop at the royal drum makers and also be in the two world’s Southern and northern hemisphere as you stand astride the Equator.

Day 4/5: Bwindi Impenetrable Forest

On day four we proceed on to Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, pass via Ishasha – depending on the road conditions – experience the tree-climbing lions. You journey through this magnificent landscape that changes in rapid succession has great scenic views of the towering forest trees. Explore the vicinity, walk along clear mountain stream or a cultural visit to the local village if time allows. On day five you set off for your memorable gorilla tracking excursion in the impenetrable forest.  Trek through the steep, densely forested hills in search of a resident family. The encounter with these rare and splendid animals is a life-changing experience. Please be advised that tracking in the Bwindi Forest requires stamina and can often take most of the day. Optional other activities on offer in-and-around the National Park

Day 6/7: Mgahinga National Park 

Day six we leave for Mgahinga National Park and spend the next two nights here, via the bamboo forests to the Kanaba Gap, enjoy the spectacular views of the Virunga Volcanoes. A cultural excursion where you visit and experience how the Batwa Pygmies - forest’s indigenous people live and learn about their unique traditions of the. Tracking the gorillas is challenging in the steep muddy paths in Nkuringo on the southern part of Bwindi National Park. You also have an opportunity to hike on the Muhavura or Gahinga Volcanoes. Gahinga offers a gentle hike through the bamboo forest on the lower slopes and marshy craters at its peak. The lower slopes are rich with forest birds and the marshes near the summit are home to bushbuck and elusive duiker. Muhavura is the most challenging peak in the park and the hike takes most of the day, but it is adventurous and rewarding with a great sense of accomplishment and - on a good day – experiencing the marvelous and spectacular views. 
Track golden monkeys on a guided nature walk through the parks bamboo stands and the forested gorge on the lower levels of the slope to the higher grounds where you find heath and moorland. The forest is not only home to the rare golden monkey, but also to a great diversity of bird and animal life.

DAY 8: Kampala homebound flight

On the eighth and last day after a more leisurely breakfast you will journey back to Kampala for your homeward flight

Bwindi Impenetrable Forest

10 Days / 9 NightsWild African Rainforests Safari adventure experience starts in Kampala offers the best of everything trailing the endangered and the rare mountain gorillas

DAY 1: Arrival Kampala

 On arrival at Kampala you spend a restful night in anticipation for your safari.

Day 2/3: Queen Elizabeth National Park

Your adventure starts in Kampala, Uganda's capital city and you will continue west to the plains of Queen Elizabeth National Park. On day two and three you explore this park, view huge herds of antelope, elephant grazing along Lake Edward and the tree climbing lions and chimpanzees at the gorge.  The next two nights will be spent in Queen Elizabeth National Park. On the way south you will have a stop at the royal drum makers and also be in the two world’s Southern and northern hemisphere as you stand astride the Equator.

Day 4/5: Bwindi Impenetrable Forest

On day four we proceed on to Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, pass via Ishasha – depending on the road conditions – experience the tree-climbing lions. You journey through this magnificent landscape that changes in rapid succession has great scenic views of the towering forest trees. Explore the vicinity, walk along clear mountain stream or a cultural visit to the local village if time allows. On day five you set off for your memorable gorilla tracking excursion in the impenetrable forest.  Trek through the steep, densely forested hills in search of a resident family. The encounter with these rare and splendid animals is a life-changing experience. Please be advised that tracking in the Bwindi Forest requires stamina and can often take most of the day. Optional other activities on offer in-and-around the National Park

Day 6/7: Mgahinga National Park 

Day six we leave for Mgahinga National Park and spend the next two nights here, via the bamboo forests to the Kanaba Gap, enjoy the spectacular views of the Virunga Volcanoes. A cultural excursion where you visit and experience how the Batwa Pygmies - forest’s indigenous people live and learn about their unique traditions of the. Tracking the gorillas is challenging in the steep muddy paths in Nkuringo on the southern part of Bwindi National Park. You also have an opportunity to hike on the Muhavura or Gahinga Volcanoes. Gahinga offers a gentle hike through the bamboo forest on the lower slopes and marshy craters at its peak. The lower slopes are rich with forest birds and the marshes near the summit are home to bushbuck and elusive duiker. Muhavura is the most challenging peak in the park and the hike takes most of the day, but it is adventurous and rewarding with a great sense of accomplishment and - on a good day – experiencing the marvelous and spectacular views. 
Track golden monkeys on a guided nature walk through the parks bamboo stands and the forested gorge on the lower levels of the slope to the higher grounds where you find heath and moorland. The forest is not only home to the rare golden monkey, but also to a great diversity of bird and animal life.

DAY 8: Kampala homebound flight

On the eighth and last day after a more leisurely breakfast you will journey back to Kampala for your homeward flight

Walking Safaris

10 Days / 9 NightsWild African Rainforests Safari adventure experience starts in Kampala offers the best of everything trailing the endangered and the rare mountain gorillas

DAY 1: Arrival Kampala

 On arrival at Kampala you spend a restful night in anticipation for your safari.

Day 2/3: Queen Elizabeth National Park

Your adventure starts in Kampala, Uganda's capital city and you will continue west to the plains of Queen Elizabeth National Park. On day two and three you explore this park, view huge herds of antelope, elephant grazing along Lake Edward and the tree climbing lions and chimpanzees at the gorge.  The next two nights will be spent in Queen Elizabeth National Park. On the way south you will have a stop at the royal drum makers and also be in the two world’s Southern and northern hemisphere as you stand astride the Equator.

Day 4/5: Bwindi Impenetrable Forest

On day four we proceed on to Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, pass via Ishasha – depending on the road conditions – experience the tree-climbing lions. You journey through this magnificent landscape that changes in rapid succession has great scenic views of the towering forest trees. Explore the vicinity, walk along clear mountain stream or a cultural visit to the local village if time allows. On day five you set off for your memorable gorilla tracking excursion in the impenetrable forest.  Trek through the steep, densely forested hills in search of a resident family. The encounter with these rare and splendid animals is a life-changing experience. Please be advised that tracking in the Bwindi Forest requires stamina and can often take most of the day. Optional other activities on offer in-and-around the National Park

Day 6/7: Mgahinga National Park 

Day six we leave for Mgahinga National Park and spend the next two nights here, via the bamboo forests to the Kanaba Gap, enjoy the spectacular views of the Virunga Volcanoes. A cultural excursion where you visit and experience how the Batwa Pygmies - forest’s indigenous people live and learn about their unique traditions of the. Tracking the gorillas is challenging in the steep muddy paths in Nkuringo on the southern part of Bwindi National Park. You also have an opportunity to hike on the Muhavura or Gahinga Volcanoes. Gahinga offers a gentle hike through the bamboo forest on the lower slopes and marshy craters at its peak. The lower slopes are rich with forest birds and the marshes near the summit are home to bushbuck and elusive duiker. Muhavura is the most challenging peak in the park and the hike takes most of the day, but it is adventurous and rewarding with a great sense of accomplishment and - on a good day – experiencing the marvelous and spectacular views. 
Track golden monkeys on a guided nature walk through the parks bamboo stands and the forested gorge on the lower levels of the slope to the higher grounds where you find heath and moorland. The forest is not only home to the rare golden monkey, but also to a great diversity of bird and animal life.

DAY 8: Kampala homebound flight

On the eighth and last day after a more leisurely breakfast you will journey back to Kampala for your homeward flight

Wildlife

10 Days / 9 NightsWild African Rainforests Safari adventure experience starts in Kampala offers the best of everything trailing the endangered and the rare mountain gorillas

DAY 1: Arrival Kampala

 On arrival at Kampala you spend a restful night in anticipation for your safari.

Day 2/3: Queen Elizabeth National Park

Your adventure starts in Kampala, Uganda's capital city and you will continue west to the plains of Queen Elizabeth National Park. On day two and three you explore this park, view huge herds of antelope, elephant grazing along Lake Edward and the tree climbing lions and chimpanzees at the gorge.  The next two nights will be spent in Queen Elizabeth National Park. On the way south you will have a stop at the royal drum makers and also be in the two world’s Southern and northern hemisphere as you stand astride the Equator.

Day 4/5: Bwindi Impenetrable Forest

On day four we proceed on to Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, pass via Ishasha – depending on the road conditions – experience the tree-climbing lions. You journey through this magnificent landscape that changes in rapid succession has great scenic views of the towering forest trees. Explore the vicinity, walk along clear mountain stream or a cultural visit to the local village if time allows. On day five you set off for your memorable gorilla tracking excursion in the impenetrable forest.  Trek through the steep, densely forested hills in search of a resident family. The encounter with these rare and splendid animals is a life-changing experience. Please be advised that tracking in the Bwindi Forest requires stamina and can often take most of the day. Optional other activities on offer in-and-around the National Park

Day 6/7: Mgahinga National Park 

Day six we leave for Mgahinga National Park and spend the next two nights here, via the bamboo forests to the Kanaba Gap, enjoy the spectacular views of the Virunga Volcanoes. A cultural excursion where you visit and experience how the Batwa Pygmies - forest’s indigenous people live and learn about their unique traditions of the. Tracking the gorillas is challenging in the steep muddy paths in Nkuringo on the southern part of Bwindi National Park. You also have an opportunity to hike on the Muhavura or Gahinga Volcanoes. Gahinga offers a gentle hike through the bamboo forest on the lower slopes and marshy craters at its peak. The lower slopes are rich with forest birds and the marshes near the summit are home to bushbuck and elusive duiker. Muhavura is the most challenging peak in the park and the hike takes most of the day, but it is adventurous and rewarding with a great sense of accomplishment and - on a good day – experiencing the marvelous and spectacular views. 
Track golden monkeys on a guided nature walk through the parks bamboo stands and the forested gorge on the lower levels of the slope to the higher grounds where you find heath and moorland. The forest is not only home to the rare golden monkey, but also to a great diversity of bird and animal life.

DAY 8: Kampala homebound flight

On the eighth and last day after a more leisurely breakfast you will journey back to Kampala for your homeward flight