Uganda & Rwanda

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Uganda & Rwanda are truly an unforgettable experience! Trekking through Bwindi Impenetrable Forest (Uganda) and Volcanoes National Park (Rwanda) to spend time with the rare mountain gorillas must rank as one of the greatest wildlife encounters one can experience. Equally enthralling are the 2 encounters with chimpanzees at Ngamba Island, a sanctuary on Lake Victoria, and Kibale, known for its abundant primate population including red-tail monkeys, olive baboons, black and white colobus and red colobus monkeys.

Uganda offers much more than gorilla and chimpanzee trekking. In Murchison Falls National Park and Queen Elizabeth National Park, you can view lions, elephants, giraffes, hippos, crocodiles, antelopes, topis and hartebeests, not to mention over 1,000 different bird species including the impressive grey crowned crane, the national bird of Uganda. Continuing to Ishasha, we have a rare opportunity to see the tree-climbing lions perched in the fig trees.

Enjoy several boat excursions on the Nile while searching for hippos, crocodiles and abundant birdlife. Journey to thunderous Murchison Falls and the Delta to search for the magnificent, massive and rare shoebill stork. Journey across the equator and visit the Great East Rift Valley.

While in Rwanda, we visit Volcanoes National Park, which is home to several gorilla families. We continue to Kigali where we visit several sites including the Genocide Museum.

Not only does Uganda & Rwanda offer an incredible wildlife experience, but it is also culturally rich, and has arguably the friendliest people in all of Africa. Journey to this unique land of impressive wildlife, welcoming people and a great ape experience like no other on earth.

FROM: $9895 USD


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Comfortable accommodations with private bathrooms.

Comfort notes

Long drives on rough and dusty roads. Gorilla and chimpanzee trekking involves hiking/climbing over some rough and dense terrain. Gorilla trekking will likely be 2-6 hours.

Itinerary - detailed itinerary

Day 1: Arrive in Entebbe
Day 2: Botanical Gardens & Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Sanctuary
Day 3: To Kampala, Abetavu Children's Village
Day 4: Rhino Sanctuary, to Murchison Falls N.P,
Day 5: Murchison Falls, Game Drives
Day 6: Murchison Falls, Delta & Game Drives
Day 7: To Kibale
Day 8: Chimp Trekking
Day 9: To Queen Elizabeth National Park
Day 10: To Ishasha
Day 11: Ishasha, Search for Tree-Climbing Lions
Day 12: To Bwindi Impenetrable Forest
Day 13: Gorilla Trekking - Bwindi
Day 14: Bwindi Impenetrable Forest
Day 15: To Rwanda
Day 16: Gorilla Trekking - Volcanoes National Park
Day 17: Kigali
Day 18: Depart Kigali
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