Experience the very best of western Uganda! This itinerary has been designed to keep in as many of western Uganda's highlights included but on a more budget level. But still great activities including tracking chimpanzees, game drives to discover tree-climbing lions, meeting the rare mountain gorillas in the impenetrable rainforest, and finally venturing into the darkness to seek out the illusive leopard on a nocturnal game drive. Trust you'll never forget your trip to Uganda with this adventure.
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- Welcome to Uganda! - Transfer from Entebbe International Airport to Entebbe Hotel
- Transfer from Entebbe to Kibale National Park
- Nature walk in Magombe Swamp, Kibale National Park
- Chimpanzee tracking in Kibale National Park
- Transfer from Kibale National Park to Queen Elizabeth National Park
- Equator Crossing
- Game drive in Queen Elizabeth National Park (Explosion crater lake track)
- Game Drive in Queen Elizabeth National Park (Kasenyi Plains)
- Water Safari on the Kazinga Channel, Queen Elizabeth National Park
- Transfer from Queen Elizabeth National Park to Ishasha Plains
- Game drive in Queen Elizabeth National Park (Afternoon on Ishasha Plains)
- Transfer from Ishasha Plains to Bwindi Impenetrable National Park
- Gorilla tracking, Bwindi Impenetrable National Park
- Transfer from Bwindi Impenetrable National Park to Lake Mburo National Park
- Game drive in Lake Mburo National Park
- Nocturnal game drive in Lake Mburo National Park
- Walking safari in Lake Mburo National Park
- Transfer from Lake Mburo National Park to Mabamba Swamp
- Equator Crossing
- Shoebill stork tracking in Mabamba Swamp
- Transfer from Mabamba Swamp to Entebbe
- Transfer from Entebbe to Entebbe International Airport
Temperatures in Uganda are pleasant year round, so the most important consideration for visitors is the timing of the wet and dry seasons. The driest months are June to August, with December to February close behind. Most choose to visit Uganda during these periods as it is ideal for gorilla trekking and other outdoor activities. Unlike other African nations, tourist attractions in Uganda don’t grind to a halt in the wet seasons, so visits during the rest of the year are possible. April, the wettest month, is best avoided, but those seeking the authentic may enjoy the lower tourist ratio of the rainy months.
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