West East Tours

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On this 8-day Uganda adventure tour, experience the wildlife of Uganda in Queen Elizabeth National Park and follow chimpanzees in Kibale and gorillas in Bwindi. Come on a safari with us and visit Uganda.


Day 1: Arrival at Kampala Airport

You will be greeted lovingly by our guide when you arrive at the airport, and he or she will then drive you to the Forest Cottages Kampala for budget end, Cassia Lodge for mid-range, and Serena Kampala Hotel for the high end, for an overnight stay and dinner. Food schedule Dinner

Day 2: Kampala- Kibale National Park

After breakfast, depart Kampala for the captivating drive through the Nile Delta’s dense jungle and papyrus marshes to Kibale National Park, located beneath the Rwenzori Mountains. For an exceptional cultural experience, take a guided walk in the park’s crater lakes section in the afternoon.

Accommodation: Chimps Nest, Primate Lodge, or Kyaninga Lodge (a lodging facility) (Budget facility). A breathtaking setting with views of the legendary “Mountains of the Moon,” a spectacular Crater Lake, and more.

Meal plan:  Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

Day 3: Chimpanzee Trekking Kibale

Before traveling to Kibale Headquarters for an orientation and chimpanzee-spotting stroll, you will eat breakfast in the morning. The guided woodland walk will be intriguing because it will include information on small organisms, chimpanzees, and other primates. Other primates like Red-tailed, Colobus, and Grey-cheeked Mangabeys, as well as phoestes and butterflies, will be there as a reward for your walk. You’ll embark on a nature walk to the Bigodi swamp in the afternoon after following the chimpanzees to explore the unusual flora and wildlife. Meals and lodging at your lodges

Accommodation: Kyaninga Lodge for a budget facility, and Primate Lodge – Forest Cottages for mid Lodge. A breathtaking setting with views of a dramatic Crater Lake and the legendary “Mountains of the Moon.”

Meal Plan: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

Day 4: Kibale National Park-Queen Elizabeth Park

Visit Nyakasura Falls in Fort Portal to start your morning off right, then go to Queen Elizabeth National Park in the south while taking in the scenery and wildlife viewing along the way.

Meal Plan: Dinner and Lunch

Accommodation: Enganzi Lodge for Mid Lodge, Ihamba Safari Lodge Bandas for budget Facility), Jacana Safari Lodge for Lodge Facility.

Day 5: Queen Elizabeth Park

Game viewing at Uganda’s largest park, which is home to numerous individuals of all the major species. Expect to witness some uncommon species like the huge forest hog in this region, which is known for its elephants and kob. The park is home to 638 species of birds! Enjoy a boat ride on the Kazinga Channel, which joins Lakes George and Edward, after lunch in search of many buffalo and hippos. Later go back to the hotel for a rest.

Meal plan: Breakfast, lunch, and dinner

Accommodation: Jacana Safari Lodge (Lodge Facility), Enganzi Lodge (Mid Lodge), or Ihamba Safari Lodge Bandas (Budget Facility).

Day 6: Queen Elizabeth Park to Bwindi

The highland rain forests extending to the mountains where the mountain gorillas dwell make up most of today’s trip through what is likely East Africa’s most breathtaking terrain. It’s imperative to visit the neighboring Maramagambo woodland’s bat cave and take a peek at Kyambura Gorge! On your way to Bwindi, stop at Ishasha for a wildlife drive to search for climbing lions. Later, take a scenic drive through tea plantations to get to Bwindi. The most luxuriant highland rainforest on the planet is home to primates and rare birds. Spend the afternoon on a walking safari around the nearby towns and neighborhoods surrounding the park. Dinner and overnight stay at your lodge.

Accommodations: Buhoma Lodge, Mahogany Springs, Gorilla Safari Lodge (high-end hotel), Silverback Lodge, Chameleon Hill Lodge (mid-range hotel), Buhoma Community Bandas, or Wagtail Eco Camp (Budget facility)

Meal plan: Dinner, lunch, and breakfast are on the menu

Day 7: Bwindi- Gorilla trek

Breakfast is a good way to start the day before trekking, which begins at 8:00 a.m. with a briefing from the UWA staff. Remember to bring a raincoat, water, snacks, and appropriate footwear for the forest. The guides will take you inside the jungle to see the reserved, timid primates for the group you have selected. Don’t forget to pack your lunch and the tools you’ll need to follow the endangered Mountain Gorilla, arguably one of the most thrilling wildlife encounters on earth. Only 650 remain in existence today! Even though the monitoring may take between two and six hours, it is well worth the time. Dinner and an overnight rest at the lodge.

Accommodation: Either Buhoma Lodge, Mahogany Springs, or Gorilla Safari Lodge (high-end hotels), Silverback Lodge, Chameleon Hill Lodge (mid-range hotels), or Wagtail Eco Camp (Budget facility)

Meal Plan: Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are on the menu.

Day 8: Departure from Bwindi to Kampala/ Entebbe

As you travel back to Kampala, then Entebbe, stop for lunch along the way at the Igongo Cultural Center to learn more about the Ankole and Bahima way of life and then continue to Uganda’s Equator before returning home that evening.

Meal plan: Breakfast and Lunch

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