The 6 days Holiday tour in Uganda is meant to be a memorable moment where you will have the experience of viewing the beautiful scenery in Uganda. The trip will help you connect with nature more since we will visit different parks and experience nature on a different level. We hope you enjoy your Safari with us while in Uganda and have a memorable moment.
Day 1: Kampala-Rhino-Murchison Falls National Park
After breakfast, travel to the Nakasongora Rhino Farm to witness rhinos before stopping for lunch in Masindi. Make your way to Murchison Falls National Park after lunch. Visit the top of the falls, a thrilling location where lots of water squeeze through a 6–7-meter break with a rumbling sound before plunging 40 meters to form a tranquil river. Dinner and a night’s sleep at the resort.
Accommodation: Chobe safari Lodge for luxury, Murchison Falls River Lodge for moderate and Sambiya Lodge for Budget.
Day 2: Murchison Falls National Park
Take a game drive in the early morning to search for animals. The largest national park in the nation, Murchison Falls, is home to various plants and animals. Your early morning game drive with a local guide who will assist you spot wild game on the River Nile northern bank, where concentrations of wildlife are frequently spotted, including hyenas, giraffes, lions, leopards, elephants, antelopes and many bird species, is recommended. Take a boat tour on the renowned River Nile in the afternoon after lunch to see the falls bottoms and the various of wildlife that abounds along its banks. Several bird species can be seen up to the falls bottoms, where you can observe creatures like crocodiles, hippos in groups, and numerous bird species for dinner and night. There is a good chance of seeing a shoe-bill stork, but this is not guaranteed.
Day 3: Murchison Falls to Kibale to Fort portal
The Great Rift Valley and the numerous lakes there can be seen as you travel to Fort Portal with a picnic while traversing the road that overlooks the rift valley. During clear days, capture the blue mountain of the Congo. When you arrive in the evening, check into your hotel. On the way, stop at locations with markets. En route, stop to observe the tea plantations.
Day 4: Kibale Forest for Chimpanzee tracking
You will be driven to the headquarters of Kanyanchu Park following an early breakfast. Trek with local guides through the chimpanzees of Kibale National Park as they live in their natural environment in Ruwenzori Mountains shadows, which is also known as the fabled “Mountains of the Moon.” The Kibale Forest is home to various animals, comprising the incredibly L’Hoest’s monkeys, local red colobus, and an astounding 12 kinds of primates, including chimps. It is a very amazing experience to track the chimpanzee who is our “relative.” They leave a vivid dream to tell through the way they eat, climb trees, interact with people, and take care of their young. Visit the nearby Bigodi Swamp ecotourism park or take in the spectacular views of the crater lakes and other volcanic geographies in the afternoon. At your lodge, you’ll spend the night.
Accommodation: Jacana Safari Lodge for Luxury, Bush Lodge for moderate and Alberine Camp for budget
Day 5: Queen Elizabeth
During an early game drive in the morning, you can see herds of elephants, buffalo, antelope, and some predators, like lions, leopards, and hyenas. Observe diverse bird species. This area is a Mecca for bird lovers because more than 500 species have been identified. Blackbee eaters, 11 different species of Kingfishers, as well as numerous falcons, eagles, and raptors, are among them.
Take a boat tour in the afternoon to witness various wildlife, especially marine life, around the Kazinga Channel. This river connects Lake George and Lake Edward, and it is home to a wide variety of birds as well as buffalo, elephants, and hippos in herds. The variety appears limitless due to the many habitats of the lakeshores and the expansive Savannah. Observe aquatic birds diving for prey, including the stately crowned crane, Marabou stork, cheeky bronze-tailed starling, and bee-eater. Go back to your lodge.
Day 6: Kyambura to Kampala
You’ll go to Kyambura Gorge for chimpanzee trekking in after breakfast, where you’ll witness not only chimpanzees but also vervet and colobus monkeys, baboons, and other primates. Then, you’ll head to Kampala for the airport transfer to return home.