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Day 1: Kampala – Kibale Forest National Park.

This morning, we drive comfortably for time 1-6 hours to Kibale forest National park home to chimpanzees, human kind closest relatives. Kibale is the only place in Uganda with a 98% guarantee of encountering chimps in the wild. The park also boasts the highest concentration of primates than any other park in the world. We’ll enjoy a lunch of traditional Uganda dishes in Fort Portal and later proceed to your accommodation for relaxation dinner and overnight stay.

Accommodtion is full board at one of the following;

Kyaniga lodge, Primate lodge, Kibale forest camp.

 

Day 2: Chimpanzees Tracking In Kibale Forest National Park.

After breakfast, we transfer to Kanyanchu tourist centre at 8:00am for briefing before tracking the Chimps; you will have a 98% chance of encountering these wild chips in their habituated troops. A side from the chimps, the incredibly diverse forest is home to over 13 species of primates including the rare L.Host monkey, red colubus monkey, blue monkey, grey mangabey, pottos, baboons and bush babies.

A net work of shoddy forest trails provides much to delight botanists and butterfly lovers. While birders are in for a treat with 335 species recorded including the endemic prirogrine’s ground thrush. The elusive forest elephant, smaller and harrier than its savannah counterpart. Moves seasonally into their developed part of the park. While other terrestrial Mammals including Giant forest hog, Buffalo in half dozen Antelopes species. In the after noon, a walk in the Bigodi wet land, home to a variety of birds and monkey species, return to your accommodation for dinner over night.

Day 3: Kibale to Bwindi Impenetrate National Park.

After breakfast, we depart for Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. The journey takes you through one of Ugandans most scenic drives to the remote homes of the endangered mountain Gorillas. Today you prepare for tracking the magnificent mountain gorillas be sure to bring a pair of good walking shoes and rain jacket as it can rain any time of the year in areas around Bwindi. Accommodation is full board at one of the following lodges. Mahogany springs, Silver back lodge, Buhoma community camp.

Day 4: Gorilla Tacking in Bwindi Impenetrable N.P

After break fast, you will travel with your guide, to Bwindi park headquarters for briefing at 8:00am before you set off into the impenetrable forest to search for the gentle giants.

Tracking gorillas can range from a relatively easy to most challenging hill park, officials assign guests for the best experience possible based on fitness and comfort levels.

Getting to these great apes can take two – to nine hours depending on the movement of the Gorillas; you will take packed lunch and sufficient water for the hike. The work is well worth it once you encounter these magnificent relatives of human kind. No wildlife experience in the world compares. After tracking, and time allowing, you can enjoy a leisurely walk through a local village to experience the traditional Uganda way of life, enjoy a relaxing evening, dinner and over night stay at your lodge.

Day 5: Bwindi Impenetrable National Park to Kampala.

After Breakfast, we will drive back to Kampala. The journey takes us through the rolling hills of South Western Uganda with ever green grass covering the hills. We shall stop over at the equator for photos and refreshments and visit a craft market then rout to Kampala.

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