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The ‘Pearl of Africa’ Tour

18 Day Uganda Tour - Budget Option

Discover ‘The Pearl of Africa’ by hiking in tropical rainforests, exploring rolling savannahs, paddling crystal clear lakes and discovering first hand, the East African wilderness at its best. This all-encompassing package will allow you to do all that and more; giving you the chance to experience the real Uganda with its varied cultures and people as well as other ‘must see’ highlights such as savannah game, mountain gorillas, tree-climbing lions, chimpanzees and Africa’s famed and unique predators!

From $2,840 PP

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Highlights

- Explore every corner of the ‘The Pearl of Africa’!
- Visit Uganda's top savannah and rainforest national parks.
- Track gorillas, chimps, tree climbing lions and rhinos.

*Prices includes all wildlife tracking permits!

Brief Itinerary

Day 1 – Visit source of the river Nile, the longest river in the world.
Day 2 – Explore the three waterfalls making up the Sipi set.
Day 3 – Drive north to the wilderness of Kidepo Valley National Park.
Day 4 – Game driving and a guided safari walk on the savannah.
Day 5 – Search for ostriches in the north of Kidepo Valley National Park.
Day 6 – Drive west to reach Murchison Falls National Park.
Day 7 – Embark on a water safari to the base of Murchison Falls.
Day 8 – Track Uganda's only herd of southern white rhino on foot.
Day 9 – Drive to Kibale National Park, Rwenzori Mountains foothills.
Day 10 – Take a guided walk through the Ndali - Kasenda crater lakes.
Day 11 – Track a chimpanzee family in Kibale National Park.
Day 12 – Explore the plains and rivers of Queen Elizabeth National Park.
Day 13 – Seek out tree-climbing lions in giant fig trees on Ishasha Plains.
Day 14 – Track mountain gorillas in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park.
Day 15 – Relax at Lake Bunyonyi, the 'place of many little birds'
Day 16 – Take dug out canoes to go island hopping across Lake Bunyonyi.
Day 17 – Drive to Lake Mburo National Park to spot zebra and giraffe.
Day 18 – Take a guided walking safari before returning to Kampala.
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Day 1 - Source of the Nile

You’ll be collected early in the morning from Kampala (or Entebbe) to start your all-encompassing tour of ‘The Pearl of Africa’. Drive east through Mabira Forest to the source of the Nile, the longest river in the world. From here take a boat cruise to the source of the Nile itself where Lake Victoria becomes the river Nile. This afternoon you can relax by the river or take the chance to experience East Africa’s adrenaline capital. You can try additional activities such as grade 5 white water rafting, kayaking, horseback riding, bungee jumping, or quad biking (for an additional cost*). You’ll be sleeping to the sounds of the Nile overlooking the waters edge.

Sunset on the river Nile. Image © Steve Cresswell
The main waterfall at Sipi Falls. Image © Steve Cresswell

Day 2 - Waterfalls at Sipi Falls

This morning continue your journey east into the foothills of Mount Elgon, an extinct volcano, to reach Sipi Falls. You should arrive at around midday, in time to settle down for your lunch overlooking the 100 metre waterfall, Sipi Falls. In the afternoon you’ll be heading out on a guided three-hour walk up a set of three waterfalls, which make up Sipi Falls. Your guide will be able to explain the formation of the falls to you. They’ll also be identify the local birds, trees and plants along the way and explain to you about the local traditions of the people living around Mount Elgon. End your day by taking a short stroll up to the viewpoint up on a ridge to watch a sunset panorama over the savannah plains and mountains.

Day 3 - Heading north

This morning you’ll journey north along the ridges of Mount Elgon and pass Moroto town at the base of Mount Moroto. The further you travel north, the more remote you’ll become and the scenery is definitely worth the drive, even if it can get a little bumpy along the way! You’ll be arriving in Kidepo Valley NP by early evening. This parks wildlife diversity is the best preserved in Uganda and its remoteness gives the feel that you’re the only people there. You’ll be able to settle into to your accommodation with expansive savannah views to watch the sunset sprawl out across the park in the shadows of the mountains.

Sunset, Kidepo Valley National Park. Image © Steffen Schwörer
Elephant in the Narus Valley, Kidepo National Park. Image © Steve Cresswell

Day 4 - A walk on the wild side

This morning you’ll be setting out to further into the wilderness to explore the Narus Valley. The early morning light will provide excellent photo opportunities and usually plenty of animal activity before the heat of the day sets in. There are several game circuits for you to explore with your guide at your own pace. This afternoon you’ll have the rare opportunity to go out for a walking safari through the savannah with a Uganda Wildlife Authority guide. They will help you track animals and explain the local environment. This is a great way to immerse yourself in wildlife to truly experience this unique savannah land in an intimate way by getting up close and personal with nature. It’s also a nice change of perspective from game driving in a vehicle. And don’t worry, you’re perfect safe with your Uganda Wildlife Authority ranger! You’ll be spending the evening relaxing by the fire under a star filled sky with the sounds of the wilds of the savannah echoing around you.

Day 5 - Ostriches and hot springs

This morning you’ll be up bright and early to take an extensive game drive out into the northern sector of the national park. You’ll be heading over the seasonally dry Kidepo riverbed towards the Kanangorok hot springs on the northern edge of the park. You’ll be accompanied by a Uganda Wildlife Authority range to help to search the savannah, river and scrub for a variety of wildlife but particularly for the flocks of giant ostrich found in the region. You’ll then head back to camp in mid-afternoon to relax and enjoy the dramatic scenery of plains and mountains of Uganda’s true wilderness or if you want to continue you’re game driving you can head back out onto the savannah of the Narus Valley with your driver/guide. You’ll be able to spend until sunset on the plains before heading back to your camp for your final night in Kidepo Valley NP.

Cheetahs relaxing on the savannah. Image © Eileen Gilbey
Kigelia africana tree, Kidepo Valley National Park. Image © Steffen Schwörer

Day 6 - Catching up with the Nile

This morning you’ll be leaving for your next destination, the River Nile, passing through the rolling wilderness that spreads out from Kidepo Valley NP. You’ll pass the Aswa River, a tributary to the River Nile and travel through Gulu town. Gulu is the largest town in northern Uganda, which in the last few years has had new life breathed into it, as a bustling economic center of the north. You then follow the northern edge of Murchison Falls NP to the edge of the River Nile. You’ll arrive at your new camp by late afternoon to watch the sunset over the Blue Mountains of Congo and if you’re lucky there might be some elephants passing by through the swamps to the banks of the river Nile below!

Day 7 - Water safari to Murchison Falls

Rise early and drive through the Tangi gate into the heart of Murchison Falls NP. The early morning light will provide excellent photo opportunities and usually plenty of animal activity before the heat of the day sets in, so keep an eye out for the elephants, leopards, lions, warthogs and giraffes, as well as large herds of antelope. You’ll stop off for lunch beside the hippo pool before embarking on a water safari to the base of Murchison Falls themselves. As you make your way upstream to the thundering base of the falls, you’ll be passing giant Nile crocodiles and hippo pods as well as a vast range of birdlife living on the riverbanks. On your return to dry land it’s a short drive back to your camp in heart of the park where you can enjoy the sounds of the wild as the sun goes down.

Giraffes in Murchison Falls National Park. Image © Steve Cresswell
Mother and juvenile rhinos at Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary. Image © Rhino Fund Uganda

Day 8 - Rhino tracking

After a slightly later start to your day with time to relax at camp, you’ll follow the river upstream to reach the top of the Murchison Falls waterfall to explore where the entire Nile splendidly squeezes through a seven-metre gap in the rock face! From here you will enjoy a splendid view of splash and rainbows! You’ll then drive south through Kaniyo Pabidi Forest, where you should keep your eyes peeled for large groups of baboons socialising in the forest, and exit the park through he southern gate and head to Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary. A couple of hours of driving and you’ll reach the sanctuary where you’ll be guided on foot by an experienced and knowledgeable ranger to visit Uganda’s most endangered creature, the Southern White Rhino. This is the only place in Uganda where they still survive and breed with the hopes of one day being reintroduced into the wild. You will then drive north back to Masindi town to your accommodation for the night.

Day 9 - To the rainforest

This morning you’ll be setting off on a drive to the western reaches of Uganda, to Kibale Forest NP in the foothills of the Rwenzori Mountains. It will take the day to reach but you’ll have plenty to see and enjoy en route. You’ll be winding your way through forests, plantations and the many villages and trading centres that are dotted along the road. The road can get a little bumpy but trust us; it’ll be worth it when you pass through to Kibale Forest NP. Watch out for the baboons relaxing on the sides of the road waiting to greet you!

Baboons by the road on the edge of Kibale Forest. Image © Rachel Landman
One of the Ndali - Kasenda craters lakes. Image © Steve Cresswell

Day 10 - Crater lake fields

This morning you’ll drive through Kibale Forest to the Ndali–Kasenda crater-lake fields for an opportunity to stretch your legs after your long drive. The crater-lakes were created during the volcanic upheaval of the Great Rift Valley and consist of many stunning pools dotting the landscape. In the heart of the crater-lake field you’ll be joined by a guide at Lake Kifuruka who will take you around the crater-lakes, waterfall and lava pipe. Your guide will also be able to identify local flora, fauna and give you the local history of the area and its people. Take the opportunity to take a refreshing swim in one of the pools with a splendid backdrop of the Rwenzori Mountain range on the horizon. In the late afternoon you’ll be driving back to your camp for a relaxing evening. Tonight you’ll sleep to the sounds of the forest with its birds and primates.

Day 11 - Chimpanzee tracking

Meet with your Uganda Wildlife Authority tracking team early for a briefing on the chimpanzees in the forest. Kibale NP is famous for having the highest concentration of primates in East Africa. Depending on where the chimps are, you should take around four to five hours to complete the tracking. Once you’ve found the group, amongst the dense rainforest, spend an intimate hour with them, watching them play, eat, socialise and display their prowess. Then leave the forest for your own lunch back at camp. This afternoon you’ll have time to relax at your camp after your early start this morning. If you are still full of energy you’ll also have the car and driver available to explore the surrounding area or you can explore the nature trail around your camp to spot a variety of monkey species.

Chimpanzee in Kibale Forest National Park. Image © Steffen Schwörer
Leopard in Queen Elizabeth National Park. Image © Uganda Carnivore Program

Day 12 - Kazinga Channel Water Safari

This morning you’ll leave Kibale Forest and drive south following the Rwenzori Mountain chain over the equator and into Queen Elizabeth NP. Meet a Uganda Wildlife Authority guide, who are experts in tracking the lions and are very knowledgeable about the flora and fauna of the savannah. You’ll will then head to the Kasenyi Plains, known for their prides of lions. This is one of the prime places to find lions as well as a host of other wildlife such elephants, game herds, warthogs, vultures and if you’re one of the lucky ones, leopards. You’ll then head back to the lodge for a leisurely lunch. This afternoon drive down the Mweya peninsula from where you’ll embark on a water safari on the Kazinga Channel to the edge of Lake Edward. From the boat trip you will get the chance to search the riverbanks for elephants, buffalo, hippo pods, crocodiles and plethora of species of bird. On your return to dry land drive back through the African bush to spend the evening relaxing as the sun sets with the sounds of the wilds of the savannah echoing around you.

Day 13 - Tree-climbing lions

Take a slower start to the day and drive through Maramagambo Forest to Ishasha Plains in the south of Queen Elizabeth NP. These plains are particularly known for their iconic population of tree-climbing lions. Track through the bush to seek out these impressive cats in the branches of huge fig trees as they laze away in the shade, sheltered from the heat of the day. After lunch overlooking the hippo pool you will be leaving the savannah plains behind you. Take a winding drive through forest and tea plantations to the edge of the rainforest of Bwindi Impenetrable NP. You’ll then reach your camp before dusk so you can enjoy views across the rainforest and take a leisurely evening to prepare yourself for your gorilla tracking the next day.

Tree-climbing lion on Ishasha plains. Image © Rachel Landman
Mountain gorilla in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. Image © Rachel Landman

Day 14 - Gorilla tracking

Experience Uganda’s greatest natural wonder, an intimate meeting with one of Bwindi Impenetrable NP’s gorilla families. Start early with an orientation from a Uganda Wildlife Authority rangers on tracking the gorillas, before they guide you through the rainforest. They’ll identify the local plants, birds and wildlife as well the general ecosystem of Bwindi Impenetrable NP for you. The trek length varies, depending on where the gorillas spent the night, ranging thirty minutes to six hours. Once you find these incredible creatures you will spend one hour with them. We think you’ll agree it’s one of the most magical experiences you can have with nature to see this unique family feed, socialise, nurse their young, patrol and display their prowess. After which make the return trek to your camp to spend a sedate evening unwinding to the sounds of the African rainforest.

Day 15 - The 'place of many little birds'

After gorilla tracking and game driving through the savannah, you’ll want time to unwind and relax. A short drive away from Bwindi Impenetrable NP is an idyllic highland lake, Lake Bunyonyi the ‘place of many little birds’. On arrival at the lake you’ll drive to an excellent viewpoint where you can fully appreciate the hills, inlets and islands dotted across the lake. Then head down to the lakeshore to you accommodation overlooking the waters edge. Lake Bunyonyi is safe for swimming as there are no crocodiles, hippos or Bilharzia present. From your accommodation there are canoes available so you can explore at your own pace, as well a motorboat available to you to venture deeper into the lake (for an additional costs*). Of course you can also just sit back and relax and read a good book.

Lake Bunyonyi view and its many islands. Image © Marcus Westburg, Gorilla Highlands
Canoeing on Lake Bunyonyi. Image © Georg Schaumberger, Gorilla Highlands

Day 16 - Island hopping

Today you’ll be off to explore the lake with a knowledgeable guide. At 9am you’ll take a dugout canoe ride to the Kyabahinga Peninsula to visit to Edirisa Nursery School before moving on to taste the local beer, if you choose, called Obushera that has been drunk here for generations. It’s then a hike to the top of the peninsula (30 minutes) for a session with a traditional healer who will share his secrets of tropical highland flora. Lunch will be provided courtesy of Mrs. Anna, a craft maker who will show you the tricks of her trade and provide a tasty local meal of beans, sweet and ‘Irish’ potatoes, ground nuts and dodo – local spinach. Then take to the water to canoe around Akampene or Punishment Island, Bwama Island, a former leper colony, with a secondary school and medical center to learn more about the history of the local area. By 5pm you’ll have built up a healthy appetite so you’ll be off for dinner including the lake specialty – freshly caught crayfish. Then it’s just a peaceful, short canoe ride back to your accommodation on the lakeshore.

Day 17 - Spot the zebra

Most of the long drive back to Kampala will be completed today but you won’t be home just yet! Today you will be driving to Lake Mburo NP and reach by early afternoon. Here you will have time for a short rest before you drive down to the shore of Lake Mburo itself. At 5pm you will take to the water with a boat safari onto the lake with knowledgeable guides who will show you the hippo pods, crocodiles and wide variety of birdlife as the sun sets over the savannah. On your return to dry land you’ll head back to your camp for dinner.

Zebra in Lake Mburo National Park. Image © William Boase
Lake Mburo has large populations of game herds. Image © Rachel Landman

Day 18 - A walk on the wild side

This morning you’ll meet a Uganda Wildlife Authority ranger who will take you on a walking safari through the plains of Lake Mburo National Park. You’ll have the option of walking along the banks of Lake Mburo or out onto the savannah plains and scrub of the park. These walks are an excellent way to view the park and get up close and personal with the animals, giving you a different perspective than game driving in a car. Don’t worry, you are perfectly safe. In the early afternoon you’ll be taken out of the park boundaries and drive north back over the equator to Kampala (or Entebbe), arriving by late afternoon or early evening.

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Full Board Option

Our budget tour options do not include food. This is because some budget travellers prefer to take their own food with them in order to help manage their budgets. We can however add a ‘full board option’ on a per person basis if preferred.

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Grade 5 White Water Rafting

Tackle the mighty River Nile and its grade 5 white-water rafting! Rafting in Jinja, East Africa Adrenalin capital is not for the feint hearted. At least be prepared to get a little wet! But with qualified instructors and an excellent safety record it’s a ‘must do’ challenge of the River Nile.

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Highland Lakes

Whether you’re tracking gorillas or hiking volcanoes you’ll want some time to relax on your travels. You can’t get much better then spending some time at Uganda’s highlands lakes. Here you can paddle canoes around the sparkling ‘lake of little birds’ and discover the islands and history of Lake Bunyonyi. Or you can relax, swim and bird watch at Lake Mutanda with its volcano panorama of the Virunga mountains including Mt. Muhavura, Mt. Gahinga and Mt. Sabyinyo which mark the Uganda / Rwanda / DRC border.

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Horseback Safari

Trek through the plains of Lake Mburo National Park on your very own horseback safari. An experienced guide will accompany you across the savannah to ride amongst wild game herds of zebra, buffalo, impala and Uganda kob. There are treks available for all levels of experience and ranging from a half hour rides to the 3 days including 2 nights camping in the African bush!

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Kayak the River Nile

Challenge yourself to the biggest volume kayaking trip on the planet! A specialist tandem kayak guide will take you down all of the Nile’s grade 5 rapids in a double white-water kayak. If you roll over, just hold on and your guide will roll you back upright!

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Mountain Bike Safari

Take a safari with a difference to get a different perspective of the wildlife with a mountain bike safari. Peddle your way across the savannah with mountain bikes to view game herds including zebra, buffalo and Uganda kob with all the necessary safety equipment and a fully trained guide.

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Night Game Drive

Drive out into the night along a network of tracks to experience the secret lives of our wildlife. Few people get to experience such animal behavior in the wilds of Uganda’s national parks. You’ll be travelling through a variety of landscape features including acacia woodland, wetlands, grassy hillsides and rock outcrops with a Uganda Wildlife Authority ranger who will be scanning the savannah forest with his/her torches to search for a variety of game herds, hyenas and if your lucky you’ll come across a leopard!

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Nile Fishing Safari

What better a setting than to sit in your boat in a national park setting with the backdrop of Murchison Falls to relax and fish. You can use live bait on casting lures or reels for Nile perch and the various catfish species. We’ll provide lunch and cold beers. The record weight for Nile Perch caught here is 113kg in 2013. For conservation purposes, all fishing is ‘catch and release’.

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Nile Sundowner Cruise

Relax as the sun sets over the River Nile and the heat disappears with a Nile Sundowner Cruise. You’ll pass hippo pods and crocodiles as you sip on cold drinks with fresh appetisers.

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Predator Tracking

Join the predator tracking team from the Uganda Carnivore Program (UCP) in Queen Elizabeth National Park to add something intimate to your savannah game drive. With your highly knowledgeable guides you’ll be able to get off the typical beaten track and search among the bushes and trees to get close up to lions, leopards and hyenas in truly natural savannah setting. Get your cameras ready! By partaking in this activity you are amongst many good things, contributing to establishing a comprehensive large predator database for the national park, which is used for conservation purposes.

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Virunga Volcano Trek

Take a hiking trip to explore one of Uganda’s three extinct Virunga volcanoes on the Uganda/Rwanda/DRC border. You’ll be accompanied by an experienced and qualified guide to summit either Mt. Gahinga ‘Small Pile of Stones’, Mt. Sabyinyo ‘Old Man’s Teeth’ or Mt. Muhavura 'the guide' to reach what feels like the top of the world.

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4×4 Supercustom

This tour is based on using a Supercustom. On safari in Uganda, you need vehicles that you can rely on, vehicles with as much comfort as we can provide to make your journey a happy one! The 4x4 Toyota Supercustom is a practical option for group safaris as they offer space, comfort and are reliable vehicles. Each vehicle can comfortably seat eight clients as well as a driver and an extra seat for when we hire additional guides and rangers. They perform well off-road and have pop-top roofs for that intimate experience with nature in the parks. As a conscientious business, we chose this vehicle, as it is kind to the environment; running on diesel with low consumption. This is therefore our standard touring vehicle.

Please note this tour is based on your being collected and dropped off in either Kampala or Entebbe. For other locations please contact us for a quote.

Upgrade Option – Landcruiser with pop top

Some clients simply prefer a Landcruiser on their safari! They are after all the conventional way to travel on safari. Like the Super Custom, they offer comfort and reliability. They offer more intimacy for small groups of two to four clients and are optimal for single travellers. With their pop-up roof hatches, they give you up-close and personal interactions with nature.

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Foreign Uganda Residents Discount: -$230 Per Person

East African Citizens Discount: -$920 Per Person

Super Custom: Included

Land Cruiser Pop Top: +$1,080 Per Group

This Tour Includes

We use the following abbreviations our ‘Includes & Excludes’ section.
NP – National Park
NSC – Non Self Contained (communal toilets and showers)
SC – Self Contained (private toilet and shower)
UWA – Uganda Wildlife Authority

Full time use of a private vehicle (as per your itinerary)
A Full-Time Private Driver/Guide
Fuel for your entire journey (with an allowance for any necessary detours)
Accommodation (please view TripAdvisor links in itinerary for impartial ratings)
- 1 night at Nile River Camp (single or double / twin in safari tent, NSC)
- 1 night at The Crows Nest (single or double / twin in banda, NSC)
- 3 nights at UWA Kidepo Valley Camp (single or double / twin banda, SC)
- 1 night at Fort Murchison Camp (single or double / twin safari tents, NSC)
- 1 night at Red Chilli (single or double / twin safari tents, NSC)
- 1 night at Masindi Hotel (single or double / twin room, SC)
- 2 nights at Kibale Forest Camp (single or double / twin safari tent, NSC)
- 1 night at The Bush Lodge (single or double / twin safari tent, NSC)
- 2 nights at Buhoma Community Camp (dormitory, NSC)
- 2 nights at Bunyonyi Overland Resort (single or double / twin safari tent, NSC)
- 1 night at Eagles Nest (single / double or twin safari tent, NSC)
Breakfast on days 6 and 8 to 18.
Bottled Drinking Water (1.5 liters per person, per day in your vehicle)
All Activities
- Source of the Nile cruise x 1 (River Nile)
- Waterfalls hike x 1 (Sipi Falls)
- Boat cruise safari x 3 (x 1 Murchison Falls, x 1 Queen Elizabeth & x 1 Lake
Mburo NP’s)
- Rhino tracking x 1 (Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary)
- Guided crater-lake walk (Ndali – Kasenda crater lake fields)
- Chimpanzee tracking x 1 (Kibale NP)
- Gorilla tracking (Bwindi Impenetrable Forest NP)
- Lake Bunyonyi cultural & canoe tour (Edirisa Ecotourism)
- Walking safari x 2 (x 1 Kidepo Valley, x 1 Lake Mburo NP’s)
- Game drives (3 x Kidepo Valley, 2 x Queen Elizabeth, 1 x Murchison Falls & 1 x
Lake Mburo NP’s)
Wildlife & Tracking Permits
- Rhino tracking (Ziwa Rhino Tracking)
- Chimpanzee tracking (Kibale NP)
- Mountain Gorilla tracking (Bwindi Impenetrable NP)
Park & Vehicle Fees
- Kidepo Valley NP x 2 days (Park Entry, Driver Entry, Vehicle Entry)
- Murchison Falls NP x 2 days (Park Entry, Driver Entry, Vehicle Entry, River Crossing)
- Kibale Forest NP x 1 day (Park Entry, Driver Entry, Vehicle Entry)
- Queen Elizabeth NP x 2 days (Park Entry, Driver Entry, Vehicle Entry)
- Bwindi Impenetrable NP x 1 day (Park Entry, Driver Entry, Vehicle Entry)
- Lake Mburo National Park x 1 day (Park Entry, Driver Entry, Vehicle Entry)
Specialist Guides and Rangers
- Source of the Nile cruise (Independent Local Guide)
- Sipi Waterfalls hike (Independent Local Guide)
- Game drive guide Ranger/Guides x 4 (UWA)
- Walking safari guide/ranger x 2 (UWA)
- Murchison Falls NP x 2 days Ranger/Guides (UWA)
- River safaris guides x 3 (x 1 Wild Frontiers, x 2 UWA)
- Rhino tracking ranger/guide (Rhino Fund Uganda)
- Ndali-Kasenda crater lakes guide (Independent Local Guide)
- Chimpanzee tracking guide (UWA)
- Queen Elizabeth NP x 2 days Ranger/Guides (UWA)
- Bwindi Impenetrable NP x 1 day Ranger/Guides (UWA)
- Gorilla Tracking Ranger/Guides (UWA)
- Lake Bunyonyi Cultural & Canoe Tour Guide (Edirisa Ecotourism)
Collection from and drop-off at your desired location (in Kampala or Entebbe)
Lodging & food for your guide/driver (same lodge premises as you, where possible)
A dedicated Tours Manager based in Kampala in daily contact with your Driver/Guide and on call, 24/7 in case of an emergency.

This Tour Excludes

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Additional Meals (full board option available on request)
Alcohol (unless provided as complimentary by the accommodation)
Laundry (unless provided as complimentary by the accommodation)
Souvenirs & items of a personal nature
Personal Insurance
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