Day 1:- Departure to Murchison Falls national park

Early morning, we will pick you from the hotel or guesthouse of your choice and take you to Murchison Falls NP. With a stopover at Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary for tracking the Rhinos and also have Lunch here before continuing via Karuma Bridge to reach later in the afternoon at Fort Murchison just outside the park boundaries.The day will close with a cool drink and a fabulous view over the river Nile, and the evening coming with all the noise of an African night.

Overnight at Fort Murchison Lodge (FB)

Day 2:- Game drive in the park and launch cruise to the bottom of the falls

This day will be spent viewing game around the park and trip along the Nile. We will leave early in the morning after breakfast and go on a game drive from 8.00am to 12.00noon, seeing several animals including lions and giraffes. In the afternoon (2.00pm to 4.00 pm) we will go on the impressive launch trip on the Nile, up to the Falls, giving you a chance to see hippos, crocodiles, buffaloes, elephants and many different birds!

Overnight at Fort Murchison Lodge (FB)

Day 3:-Transfer to Kibale ForestNational Park

Ater your breakfast, we will leave for Kibale Forest NP. We will pass close to Lake Albert; on a clear day the view from the top of the Albertine rift valley is spectacular. We shall then have lunch enroute in Fort Portal city and drive on to the park.We will arrive in the late afternoon, and check into your preferred accommodation.Enjoy the sights and sounds of the tropical rainforest.

Overnight at Isunga Lodge (FB)

Day 4:- Chimp Walk

At 8.00am we will start with the 4-hour chimp walk – during which you may also get to see 10 other primates! Kibale park is also known for all the butterflies and birds. In the afternoon we will walk through Bigodi Swamp (home to a community-based project).

Overnight at Isunga Lodge (FB)

 Day 5: Queen Elizabeth National Park

Early morning, we will leave for Queen Elizabeth NP. We will travel through Fort Portal and reach the Queen Elizabeth NP at midday or early afternoon, with a stunningly beautiful view over Kazinga Channel. You will check in at your accommodation and have lunch, and in the late afternoon (4.00-7.00pm) we will go on a game drive in the Lake Katwe crater explosion area.

Overnight at The Bush Lodge (FB)

Day 6:_Game drive in the park and Boat ride along the Kazinga Channel.

This day is for a game drive on the great Kasenyi plains of Queen Elizabeth NP, with thousands of Ugandan kobs, lions, elephants etc. Also, on the days” programme is a two hours launch trip on the Kazinga channel where we will see all the animals from the waterside. In the evening we will go on a game drive to the mating grounds of the Uganda Kobs.

Overnight at The Bush Lodge (FB)

Day 7: Travel to  Kisoro

Early in the morning we will leave for Kisoro. We will travel via Kabale and continue through a beautiful landscape also defined as the “Switzerland of Africa”: mountains, lakes, hills with cultivated terraces, tropical rainforest and bamboo forest. On the last hill the landscape unfolds beneath us, taking in the vast planes between Uganda, Rwanda and Congo, with the Virunga volcanoes dominating the view. At the bottom of the valley is Kisoro, where we will stay at the famous Travelers’ Rest Hotel.

In the sixties the famous American ‘gorilla-woman’ Dian Fossey visited the Travellers Rest Hotel many, many times to do paperwork, relax or meet people. Fossey said about the hotel: “It was my second home”. Travellers Rest Hotel is just outside Kisoro and offers a cozy stay for the tourists coming to see the endangered mountain gorilla. The hotel, built in a somewhat colonial style, and entirely renovated in 1999, has a comfortable ambiance.

Overnight at Travelers Rest Hotel (FB)

Day8:-Gorilla Tracking

The day of Gorilla tracking (NB: this can also be on Day 9 depending on the availability of the permits).You will travel by car from Travelers’ Rest Hotel in Kisoro to Nkuringo, in the southern part of Bwindi Impenetrable NP (1hr), or to Mgahinga Gorilla NP (40min). Once there you will first receive a briefing (7.45am) and at 8.30am you will start the tracking. Once you have found the gorillas, you will be able to spend up to one hour with them! You will be expected back to the starting point by 7.00pm at the latest. Being physically fit is recommended.Overnight at Travelers Rest Hotel (FB)

Day 9:-Relax and unwind in and around Kisoro, with Travellers Rest Hotel as the home base.

In Kisoro we have developed a number of very interesting activities in close collaboration with local organizations and the National Park. All the activities can be done individually or in groups. They include:

Gorilla tracking in Mgahinga (1 day). NB: the gorilla in Mgahinga move around so the Uganda Wildlife Authority doesn’t sell permits in advance – you have to take your chance once you are in Kisoro.

Gorilla tracking in Rwanda. NB: if you are going for  day 2 after trekking in Uganda, and spend a night there. After the trekking you will cross back to Kisoro (1 day).

Climbing Muhabura Volcano (distance 12km; height 4,127m; elevation gain 17,00m).

Overnight at Travelers Rest Hotel (FB)

Day 10:- Back to Entebbe

Early in the morning after breakfast you will travel back to Kampala. On the way back to the city you will have lunch in Mbarara town, and after Masaka there will be an opportunity to a stop at the Equator for photo shoots and buying souvenirs and have tea or coffee. We will then bring you to a guesthouse, campsite or hotel of your choice in Kampala or Entebbe – or, if you continue your holiday somewhere else or back home, we will bring you directly to Entebbe airport for an onwards flight.


  • Airport Transfers
  • Accommodation based on Full board
  • Bottled Water
  • Park Entry fees: Murchison Falls National Park, Queen Elizabeth, and among others
  • Experienced English speaking Driver |Guide
  • 4X4 Safari car for Transportation
  • All activities mentioned in the itinerary
  • Chimpanzee Tracking Permit
  • Gorilla Trekking Permit


  • Uganda Visas
  • Tips for Driver and Guides
  • Souvenirs
  • Insurance
  • Air tickets
  • Drinks of Alcoholic nature
  • Laundry

What you need for gorilla trekking on the 10 days safari

  • Water: Gorilla and Chimpanzee trekking can be very tiresome and you need to refill your tank as the trek goes on. It is advisable to park a few water filtration tablets before you come for the trek.
  • Boots: You will need good waterproof comfortable shoes. Sometimes it rains during the trek, so skid proof shoes can come in handy.
  • Rain Jacket: You are advised to carry rain jacket because if rains very often in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest
  • Snack: You can carry a light snack to give you some energy during the walk in the forest
  • Trouser and Shirts Bwindi Forest is covered with thick undergrowth, therefore light trousers and long-sleeved shirts are advised.
  • Socks: You will have to tuck in the trousers into the socks to avoid insects crawling inside.
  • Gloves: You will need Gardening gloves because you will be grabbing tree branches, leaves, name it, and some can be thorny.
  • Camera: Carry a good camera (no flash) to capture this lifetime experience.

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