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This 7 Days Lake Mburo, Queen Elizabeth and Gorillas starts from Lake Mburo National Park containing an extensive area of wetland that harbors several species of mammals including zebras, impalas, elands, topi and buffaloes and water animals and birds. The Safari then proceeds to Queen Elizabeth national park for tree climbing lions and a boat cruise at the Kazinga channel and then Bwindi Impenetrable National Park for Gorilla trekking and the Batwa community visit.

Equator experiment

Game drive

Horseback riding

Boat Cruise at the Kazinga channel

Tree climbing lions in Ishasha

Gorilla trekking

Batwa community visit


Day 1

Transfer to Lake Mburo

Wakeup early morning, have breakfast and transfer to Lake Mburo national park, you shall have a stopover at the Ugandan equator (0o) where you stand one leg in the either side of the northern and the southern hemisphere respectively. Have lunch and continue to the ankore - Masaka corridor when you will have a view at the banana plantations along t he way through the windows.
Overnight: Rwakobo Rock

Day 2

Game Drive and Horseback riding

Wake up early morning, have breakfast and be transferred to the park for game viewing. You have a chance to spot eland(s) (The largest antelope), impalas, Zebras, giraffes, Different bird species and if lucky the hyenas. Have lunch and later go for horseback riding experience one of the highlights of the safari. Later in the day go back and relax at the hotel/Lodge
Overnight: Rwakobo Rock

Day 3

Transfer to Queen Elizabeth and Boat cruise.

The guide will pick you up from the hotel after the early morning breakfast then transfers you to Queen Elizabeth National Park as you enjoy viewing the beautiful vegetation and animals like the elephants, waterbucks, bush bucks, warthogs and many others along the Kyambura gorge. Later in the day, take a boat cruise at Kazinga channel where you will have a chance to see the crocodiles, hippos, monitor lizards, elephants, buffalos and birds at the shores.
Overnight: Park View safari Lodge

Day 4

Morning game drive at Ishasha sector

You will have the morning drive where you will have the opportunity for viewing the animals like elephants, lions, hyenas, leopards and antelopes commonly toppis. There is a higher chance of seeing the major highlight here the tree climbing lions resting in the short branches of the fig trees in the southern sector of the park.
Overnight: At the River Lodge Ishasha

Day 5

Transfer to Bwindi Impenetrable national park and Batwa experience

Wake up early morning and transfer to Bwindi in the morning where you will be welcomed by the various monkey types at the gate. You will have the community walk to the Batwa people; see them perform different cultural performances like dances.
Overnight: Bakiga Lodge

Day 6

Gorilla Trekking day and Transfer to Lake Bunyonyi

After the morning breakfasts have a briefing on Gorilla etiquette you will have a chance to penetrate the immense forest to look for the gentle giants under the guidance of a knowledgeable ranger or guide. Transfer to Lake Bunyonyi the “Switzerland of Africa”.
Overnight: Bunyonyi view

Day 7

Transfer back to Kampala/Entebbe

Wake up early morning and transfer to Kampala .This marks the end of your trip where you will transfer to Kampala city. Spend a day viewing through the windows.

Gorilla permits

Park fees (For non-residents)

All activities (Unless labeled as optional)

All accommodation (Unless listed as upgrade)

A professional driver/guide

All transportation (Unless labeled as optional)

All Taxes/VAT

Roundtrip airport transfer

Meals (As specified in the day-by-day section)

Drinking water (On all days)


International flights (From/to home)

Additional accommodation before and at the end of the tour

Tips (Tipping guideline US$10.00 pp. per day)

Personal items

Government imposed increase of taxes and/or park fees


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