Day 1: Arrive at Entebbe International Airport and transfer to Sheraton Kampala Hotel for the
Day 2: Morning after breakfast, depart for Murchison Falls National Park with a detour to Ziwa Rhino Ranch to track Rhinos. Lunch at the Ranch and proceed to the park via the Top of the Mighty Murchison Falls National Park arriving at Paraa Safari lodge in the evening in time for Dinner.
Day 3: Early morning game drive on the northern bank of the river Nile and areas of the delta. Giraffe, lion, buffalo, elephant and numerous antelopes are a common site. Return to the lodge for breakfast.
The rest of the morning can be spent at the pool side resting. After lunch, take a 3 hour boat trip along the Nile to the foot of the Mighty Falls. Along the way, game such as crocodiles, hippos, elephants, waterbucks, buffalo and a wide range of birds including the legendary Shoebill stock can be seen. Return to the lodge in time for dinner
Day 4: Early after breakfast, depart for Kibale Forest National Park via Lake Albert for some of the spectacular views of the escarpment and the lake below. A visit to some of the fishing villages on the lake can be
rewarding. Stop for lunch in Hoima and proceed to Mountains of the Moon Hotel for dinner and overnight.
Day 5: Morning proceed to the park for the chimpanzee walk. This is a gentle walk in a typical tropical forest with highest concentration of primates in the region.
Return to the lodge for lunch and thereafter, proceed to Queen Elizabeth National Park game viewing en-route and arriving at Mweya Safari Lodge in time for dinner.
Day 6: Morning an early game drive that takes you through the home of a variety of wildlife including elephants, lions, hippos, buffaloes, Uganda kobs, baboons and birds, all typical of riverine and savannah habitants. Return to the lodge for breakfast. The rest of the morning can be spent at the pool side or at the park museum.
After lunch, take a launch trip on the Kazinga Channel a paradise for bird watchers. This is two and a half hour trip and viewings of large animals such as elephants, buffaloes, hippos and the Nile crocodile are very common. Return to the lodge for dinner and overnight
Day 7: Morning depart for Kigezi Highlands, through a scenic countryside sometimes referred to as the
“Little Switzerland of Africa” owing to its rolling hills and deep valleys. Depending on which family of gorilla are booked for tracking, Lunch can be in Kabale in case of tracking in South Bwindi or in Ishasha if tracking is in Bwindi Central. Proceed to Bwindi arriving in time for dinner.
Day 8: Whole day will be devoted to gorilla tracking.This is a demanding walk and some level of fitness is necessary. Walking shoes, long sleeved shirts and khaki or jeans trousers are recommended. Sightings are between 2 to 4 hours walk in the Impenetrable forest. But as you track, the able guides and rangers are not shy to point out other habitants in this great forest such as birds, monkeys, butterflies, ants, trees and medicinal plants. On sighting the gorillas, you will have a hour interaction before moving to some safe quite place to enjoy your packed lunch. Return to the Lodge and the rest of the afternoon can be spent relaxing and enjoying the surrounding views.
Day 9: Morning depart for Kabale with a detour of Lake Bunyonyi and stopping for lunch at the Bunyonyi Overland Camp. After lunch, proceed to Mbarara through large livestock farms full of the ancient Long Horned Ankole Cattle, arriving in the evening in time for dinner.
Day 10: Morning depart for Kampalawith a detour to L.Mburo NationalPark. This is a small park but has animal spices like the eland, zebra and impala that you
will not have seen in all the other parks visited.
Lunch at Masaka and proceed to Kampala with a stop at the Equator for a photo opportunity and a brief City tour and shopping. In the evening, transfer to Entebbe for flight connections.