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13 Days Uganda and Rwanda

Day 1: Upon arrival at Entebbe Int’l airport, you’ll be met and a transfer is included to Boma Guest House for overnight stay on BB terms.

Day 2: Breakfast is included at the hotel and then your guide will pick you up. Have your camera ready for the beautiful scenery on the way to Kibale National Park. Lunch in route.

Overnight at Mountains of the Moon Hotel.

Day 3: After an early breakfast, depart for Kibale Forest Nat. Park for chimpanzee tracking.

Lunch and thereafter take the Bigodi Village Swamp walk, which is a community project geared to conservation of the chimpanzee and other Primates in the Park. Return to the hotel for dinner and overnight stay.

Day 4: After breakfast, your guide will take you to Queen Elisabeth National Park via the Crater Lakes and a game drive en-route arriving at Mweya Safari Lodge in time for lunch. Afternoon boat ride on the Kazingi Channel is included.

Meals and overnight stay at Mweya Safari Lodge.

Mweya Safari Lodge offers visitors an unforgettable experience.

Located on a peninsula within the heart of the Queen Elizabeth National Park, Mweya Safari Lodge is surrounded by the magical Rwenzori Mountains aptly described as the ‘Mountains of the Moon’

To the east, lie the guardians of the birthplace of mankind, the Great Rift Valley hills, separated from the Mountains of the Moon by the meandering Kazinga Channel. Here the water flows endlessly into two giant lakes — Lake George and Lake Edward

Day 5: Full day in Queen Elisabeth National Park on game drive. Meals and overnight stay at Mweya Safari Lodge

Day 6: Morning depart for Bwindi Impenetrable forest Nat. Park via Ishasha to try and find the famous Tree climbing Lions. Game drive in Ishasha sector of Queen Elizabeth park. Lunch at Savannah Guest House and proceed on to the Park arriving in the evening at Silverback Lodge. border formalities, proceed on to Kinigi arriving in time for dinner at Mountain Gorilla View Lodge..

Day 7: Whole day devoted to Gorilla trekking. This can be a demanding walk from I hour to 6 hours depending on where gorillas are spoted. Then you have one hour interaction with the gentle giant animals under the expert guidance of Rangers

In the afternoon, you can walk into the town for shopping, visit a Batwa Pygmy Village, or visit a tea plantation.

Meals & overnight stay at Silverback Lodge

Day 8: After breakfast and then a scenic drive to Kabale for a lunch break at Bunyonyi Overland camp right on the showers of Lake Bunyonyi believed to be the deepest lake in Africa. After lunch, proceed on to Kisoro and then Kyanika border crossing point. After border formalities, proceed on to Kinigi arriving in time for dinner at Mountain Gorilla View Lodge..

Day 9: An early breakfast and then proceed to the Park offices to arrange for a visit to the forest to track Golden Monkeys. Return to the lodge, freshen up and then depart for L. Kivu arriving in time for dinner at L.Kivu Serena Hotel.

Day 10. Day at leisure relaxing at the beautiful showers of the lake.

(Optional activities are sun bathing, swimming, canoeing, fishing, bird watching, viallage walks etc)

Day 11. Morning at leisure and after lunch, depart for Rwanda/Uganda border and proceed to Kabale for over-night stay at Bunyonyi Overland Resort.

Day 12: Morning depart for L. Mburo National Park and check-in at Rwakobo Rock Lodge. Late in the evening a game drive in the smallest savannah park in Uganda but with unique animals like Eland (the largest antelope),

Zebra only found here and in Kidepo Valley National Parks in Uganda and Impala also habitant in L. Mburo in Uganda and whose name Impala was derived the Capital City of Uganda; Kampala.

Day 13. After a leisurely breakfast, transfer to Kampala with a photo shoot opportunity at the Equator Crossing then proceed for a visit to the Women Craft Village and then to Entebbe via the Botanical Gardens for flight connections.