East Africa Safaris Tours Packages 2022/23

10 Days Uganda Safari Wildlife Adventure, Gorilla Trekking Safari & Chimpanzee Tracking Tour

A number of activities will be done on this 10 Days Uganda Safari Wildlife Adventure, Gorilla Trekking Safari & Chimpanzee Tracking Tour.

This is one of the 10 Days Uganda Safari Wildlife Adventure, Gorilla Trekking Safari & Chimpanzee Tracking Tour that brings out Uganda’s strength in the wild.

You will have a chance to experience several activities like; gorilla and chimps trekking, game drives, nature walks, bird watching, and lastly boat cruise among others. The trip starts in Kampala.

Detailed 10 Days Uganda Safari Wildlife Adventure, Gorilla Trekking Safari & Chimpanzee Tracking Tour

Day 1: Transfer to Murchison Falls National Park

After an early breakfast, at around 8 am, the driver/guide, will drive in at your hotel in Kampala to pick you up for the trip. He will brief you on the nitty gritty of the trip before you hit the road.

This is a 10 Days Uganda Safari Wildlife Adventure, Gorilla Trekking Safari & Chimpanzee Tracking Tour so you better brace yourself for a magical experience.

Drive from Kampala in the morning with your guide to Murchison Falls, Uganda’s largest park and home to 451 bird species and 76 mammal species.

Your eyes will be fed with lots of sightings along the way as you will enjoy a bottle of drinking water. Have a number of stopovers like for example, Rhino sanctuary on your way to take pictures of the statues of rhinos mounted on the entrance to the sanctuary.

There is an optional visiting the sanctuary to see the rhinos. The next stop is in Masindi, for lunch and the next is at the top of the falls which is 2hrs drive from Masindi town.

There is nothing as thrilling as watching the river Nile make its way 8 meters crevice and dropping nearly 45 meters below as it continues with its course.

Due to the great ground, here is actually shaking; this is very impressive as a rainbow is also found. There after continue to your lodge and check in.

Depending on your lodge you can experience some game drive as you head to your lodge for dinner and overnight

Recommended Accommodation:

  • Luxury: Para Safari Lodge, Fort Murchison/Pakuba Safari Lodge
  • Midrange: Red Chili Rest Camp
  • Budget: Heritage Safari Lodge
  • Meals: full board plan
Day 2: Murchison Game Drive and Nile Boat Cruise

This is the crucial day of the stay at the park. You will have a hasty breakfast and set out for game drive as early as possible.

This will help you to have a glance on the most animals before the run away from the scotching sun. The tour guide will lead you to the finest place to easily see the animals.

Your eyes will be on the look for any sightings at this point. You will certainly enjoy Uganda’s true wilderness as you will be taking pictures of this unforgettable Uganda Safari.

The thrill will be seeing Lions, herds of elephants, Giraffes, Herds of Buffalos, antelopes especially the kobs and many more other and the waterbucks grazing in the savannah.

You will also be able to spot other animals like, warthogs, jackals and if lucky enough you can spot the Leopard as well and many more other animals.

And if you’re a bird lover, you will have a chance to spot as many bird species as possible on this game drive

Head back to your lodge for lunch and some rest as you prepare for afternoon Nile Boat Cruise. On the boat you will have a 2-3 hrs. Of an experience across the river Nile to the source/bottom of the waterfalls.

You will also have a chance to spot some animals like the crocodiles, elephants, large number of Hippos, buffalos, water bucks, and also birds such as storks, fish eagle among others.

While at the bottom of the falls, you will have a great time watching the magnificent waterfalls. Return to the lodge for dinner and overnight

Recommended Accommodation:

  • Luxury: Para Safari Lodge, Fort Murchison/Pakuba Safari Lodge
  • Midrange: Red Chili Rest Camp
  • Budget: Heritage Safari Lodge
  • Meals: full board plan
Day 3: Transfer from Murchison Falls to Kibale Forest

Enjoy an early breakfast at the lodge and drive to Kibale Forest; you will take pleasures in the gorgeous scenery of this countryside which makes the journey more exciting.

Have our lunch stop en route at Fort portal town and continue as you will have a great time viewing the scenes of Rwenzori ranges. Check in at your lodge on arrival

You could go for a guided nature walk In Bigodi wetland which is home to various birds and primates species. Later you will have dinner and overnight at the lodge

Recommended Accommodation:

  • Ndali lodge
  • Primate Lodge
  • Kyaninga Lodge
  • Chimp nest lodge

Meal; full board

Day 4: Kibale for a Morning Chimpanzee Trekking

On this day, you will have to wake up extra early morning for breakfast. After hasty breakfast, you will head to the park, where you will be briefed and later start off with Chimpanzee trekking in the forest.

Kibale forest is among the charming places well-known for different primates and several crater lakes within Uganda

In the morning you will see the chimps in their natural environment. These chimps are also exciting and this very close encounter will reward you with a memorable experience on your trip.

After lunch you will drive to the Mwea Peninsula in Queen Elizabeth National Park where you will arrive in the late afternoon. You will check in and have sometime to rest as you wait for your dinner and rest.

Recommended Accommodation:

  • Mweya Safari Lodge
  • Katara Lodge
  • Mazike Valley Lodge (up market), Bush Lodge
  • Ihamba Safari Lodge
  • Twin Lakes Lodge

Meal plan: full board

Day 5: Game Drive and Boat Cruise at Kazinga Channel- Queen Elizabeth

After an early breakfast, there again you hit the road for another yet exciting game drive through the Kasenyi track and other tracks where you have a chance to observe different wildlife species like; lions, Elephants, antelopes, buffalos, waterbucks, giraffes and if lucky enough Leopards together with amazing beautiful bird species.

Queen Elizabeth has a diversity of Uganda’s ecosystem such as the savannah, wetlands, lakes, forests, and over 600 bird species which live in the park

With this, its scenery is spectacular with crater lakes like Nyamunuka and various shrubs and forest. Later head back to the lodge for lunch and relax.

In the afternoon go for a launch cruise on Kazinga Channel. This is one experience to reminiscence. Take a pleasure in observing different water birds together with their echoing sweet sounds and animal such as hippos, African crocodiles, waterbucks, buffalos, elephants among others. After experiencing the true wilderness, drive back to the lodge for dinner and overnight

Recommended Accommodation:

  • Mweya Safari Lodge
  • Katara Lodge
  • Mazike Valley Lodge (up market), Bush Lodge
  • Ihamba Safari Lodge
  • Twin Lakes Lodge

Meal plan: full board

Day 6: Forest Walk and Chimpanzee Tracking

After an early breakfast in the morning, you will head for a guided forest walk in Maramagambo forest with the hope to see diverse bird species, python and bat caves. You will also track chimpanzees in the Kyambura Gorge. Head back to the lodge have lunch as you prepare for an evening game drive through the Park

Recommended Accommodation:

  • Mweya Safari Lodge
  • Katara Lodge
  • Mazike Valley Lodge (up market), Bush Lodge
  • Ihamba Safari Lodge
  • Twin Lakes Lodge
Day 7: Transfer to Bwindi Impenetrable Forest

After breakfast, you will check out from your lodge and transfer to Bwindi via the Ishasha sector as you will have a chance to observe tree-climbing lions in the wild.

Bwindi Forest National Park is a home to over 346 bird species, 120 mammal species, 400 plant species, and 27 frog species among others.

It covers an area of 331 sq Km. have lunch en route and continue with your journey combined with amazing and spectacular views of banana, tea plantations and overall green vegetation not forgetting the terrain of the land in the rift valley. On reaching the park, check in at the lodge. Have dinner and overnight

Recommended Accommodation:


  • Mahogany springs
  • Chameleon Hill
  • Silver Back Lodge


  • Gorilla Mist Camp
  • Bakiga Lodge
  • Ichumbi Gorilla Safari Lodge


  • Ruhija Gorilla Friends Camp
  • Rushaga Gorilla Camp

Meal: Full Board

Day 8: Gorilla Trekking and Community Walk - Bwindi

After a hasty cup of tea, head to the park head offices, with your guide, have a briefing about the dos and donts while in the Park with the Gorillas.

After head for gorilla through the mist rain forest, trekking can take the least 2hrs. Or up to 6hrs. And this is based on the location of the gentle giants.

Only an hour is permitted to trekkers while with Gorillas up close. Make sure that you carry a picnic lunch, enough water, sturdy shoes, non-flash cameras, rain jackets, walking sticks for those who are not so fit

Later return to the lodge and relax. Depending on the time you took to trek the gorillas, you can decide to stretch a little within your accommodation vicinity.

In the evening, go for a community walk where you will visit the Batwa, which is an indigenous group of people that has lived in the forest for many, enjoy traditional dances from them. Head back to the lodge for your dinner and overnight

Recommended Accommodation:


  • Mahogany springs
  • Chameleon Hill
  • Silver Back Lodge


  • Gorilla Mist Camp
  • Bakiga Lodge
  • Ichumbi Gorilla Safari Lodge


  • Ruhija Gorilla Friends Camp
  • Rushaga Gorilla Camp
  • Meal: Full Board
Day 9: Transfer to Lake Mburo National Park

After breakfast, transfer to Lake Mburo National Park. This is approximately 6 to 7 hours drive. You will go through the outstanding scenery in Kibale which is a combination of terraced hills, forests, banana plantations among many other sightings.

Have lunch in Mbarara en route to Lake Mburo, which is a home to 332 bird species, sitting on an area of 371 sq Km.

As you drive through the park, you will have a chance to spot animals like, zebra, impalas, warthogs, topis, waterbucks, buffalos and red bucks among others.

Upon arrival, you will have a boat cruise on the lake where eyes will be able to sight lots of wonders like birds, crocodiles, hippos, zebras among others. Later you will drive to check in at your lodge, have dinner and rest

Recommended Accommodation:

  • Luxury: Mihingo Lodge
  • Midrange: Rwakobo Lodge
  • Budget: Rwonyo Rest Camp
  • Meals: Full Board
Day 10: Return to Kampala

As you come to an end of this adventurous 10 Days Uganda Safari Wildlife Adventure, Gorilla Trekking Safari & Chimpanzee Tracking Tour, you will have a strong relaxed lunch and leave for an early game drive as you leave the park off back to Kampala.

You will be able to sight numerous zebras, impalas, warthogs and antelopes and much more in their natural habitats.

You will exit the park and hit the road to Kampala, with a stop over for lunch in Masaka and another stopover at the equator to take photos hence arriving in Kampala in the late evening.

If you have a flight on the same day then you will be transferred to Entebbe for your flight back home

Background Information of 10 Days Uganda Safari Wildlife Adventure, Gorilla Trekking Safari & Chimpanzee Tracking Tour

Murchison Falls National Park

Also know as the Kabalega Nataional Park, the Murchison falls National Park is popularly known for having the world’s most powerful waterfalls that emits large volumes of water about 300 cubic meters per second or 11,000 ft3/s at a very powerful pressure that cause the surrounding to tremble.

The park was first gazetted in in 1927 and today is the largest park in Uganda covering an area of 3840 sq Km/ 1483 sq miles.

It is commonly visited for Uganda Safari Tours because of its diverse Safari activities and rich wildlife

The park is located in the northern Uganda, northwest of the capital, and extends its boundaries to a number of districts within and beyond the Bunyoro escarpment including Nwoya, Masindi, Kiryandongo and Buyisa. It’s found on the northernmost reaches of the Albertine Rift Valley with its terrain bisected by the Victoria Nile

The park is a home to more than 73 animal species among which are the “big five” including buffalos, leopards, lions, and Elephants (except rhinos), has three quarters of the world’s population of Rothschild giraffes plus a healthy population of herbivores which has recently doubled including the Uganda Kobs all of which can easily be seen on the Wildlife Safari Tours here.

There are various primates living within its verdant forests like Budongo among are over 610 chimpanzees, in addition to 451 bird species including 23 Albertine Rift Endemics

Queen Elizabeth National Park

The park covers an area of about 1978 km2. Its position provides a magnificent view of the Rift Valley floor that occupies Lake Edward and Gorge.

It is well known to be habitat of about 95 mammals along with 612 species of birds. Formerly, a historian known as Douglas Willocks talked about the various features that lead to the formation of the Park in 1952

This area was strategically located with a stunning view of mount Rwenzori, the plains and the campsite jagged mass of mountains that are god for activities such as hiking.

On the other side of Lake Edward, there is a famous hill known as Mitumbe that looks out to Congo. Its beauty is signified with changing colors from blue to green, with gentle slopes, distant and this makes it become the center of darkness in Africa.

The eastern part of the park is characterized with peaceful green escarpments that is acquired from the western rift valley. The features are well covered with Savannah making it a beautiful place full of nature euphorbia trees

The park is so extensive further more adjacent to the other protected areas. For instance, Kigezi covering an area of about 256 km2 and Kyambura with about 152 km2 wildlife set aside.

The other area is Kalinzu Forest Reserve that adjoins to DRC with about 200 km2 along Virunga National Park. Rwenzori National Park is about a few Kilometers to the North of park

Queen Elizabeth National Park has one of the highest bio diversity ratings of any national park in the world, over 500 different species about 100 mammal species.

The grassland plains support a variety of wildlife safari animals which can be viewed from vehicle on the network tracks designated in the park.

About 20 predators are found in the park such as Lions, Leopards side stripped jackal and spotted hyena among others

Common antelope species include; the kob, bush buck, topi and water buck. Other animals which can be spotted at Mweya Peninsular are; Buffalos, elephants, warthogs and hippos.

There are also various primate species are available in the park including chimpanzees, red-tailed monkeys, blue monkeys, olive baboons among others.

The Ishasha area is famously known for its tree climbing lions and it is also known to host the world’s highest concentration of hippos

Kibale Forest National Park

This is a national park in western Uganda, protecting moist evergreen rain forest. It is 766 square kilometers (296 sq mi.) in size and located between 1,100 meters (3,600 ft) to 1,600 meters (5,200 ft) in elevation.

Despite encompassing primary moist ever green forest, it contains a diverse array of landscapes to contain both lowland and montane forests. In eastern Africa, it sustains the last significant expanse of premontane forest

The park was gazetted in 1932 and formally established in 1993 to protect a large area of forest previously managed as a logged forest reserve.

The park forms a continuous forest with Queen Elizabeth National Park. This adjoining of the parks creates a 180 kilometers (110 mi) wildlife corridor.

It is important eco-tourism and Safari destination, popular for its population of habituated Chimpanzees and twelve other species of primates

Bwindi Impenetrable National Park

it is located southwestern Uganda. The park part of Bwindi Impenetrable Forest.

The Park is on the edge of the western arm of the Great Rift Valley, only a few kilometers from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) border and about 25 kilometers (16 mi) north of the Virunga Mountains.

Composed of 321 square kilometers (124 sq mi) of both Montane and lowland forest, it is accessible only by foot.

Bwindi Impenetrable National Park has been recognized by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization as a world heritage site for its biological significance

Species diversity is a feature of the park. It provides habitat for 120 species of mammals, 348 species of birds, 220 species of butterflies, 27 species of frogs, chameleons, geckos, and many endangered species.

Floristically, the park is among the most diverse forest in East Africa, with more than 1000 flowering plant species, including 163 species of trees and 104 plant species of ferns.

The northern (low elevation) sector has many species of Guineo-congolian flora, including two endangered species, the brown mahogany and Brazzeia longipedicellata. In particular area shares in the high levels of Endemisms the Albertine Rift

The park is a sanctuary for colobus monkeys, chimpanzees, and many birds such as hornbill and turacos. It is most notable for the 400 Bwindi Gorillas, half of the world’s population of endangered mountain Gorillas.

Habituated mountain gorilla groups are open to tourism in four different sectors of Buhoma, Ruhijja, Rushaga and the Nkuringo in the Districts of Kanungu, Kabaale and Kisoro respectively all under the management of Uganda Wildlife Authority

Lake Mburo National Park

Lake Mburo National Park, is a very special every part of it is alive with variety, interest and colour. It contains an extensive area of wetland and also harbours several species of mammals and birds found nowhere else in Uganda.

Its sculptured landscape, with rolling hills and idyllic lake shores has a varied mosaic of habitats; forest galleries, seasonal and permanent swamps, rich acacia- woodland and grassy valleys which all support a wealth of a wildlife

At 370 sq Km. lake Mburo National Park is small in comparison with many other East African Parks, but with its rich variety of habitats; dry hillsides, rocky outcrops, bushy thickest, open and wooded savannah, forest, lakes and swamps, it is home to a surprising diversity of plants and animals

Lake Mburo is the only park in Uganda with Eland, Impala and Klipspringer. It is also home to the largest population of Zebras in Uganda estimated at about 5,000 and probably contains the highest concentration of leopards found anywhere in Uganda.

Buffalo, waterbucks, topi and warthogs are also very common. Reedbucks and oribi can also be spotted in the open valleys. Hyena, genet, bush pigs and white-tailed mongoose are often seen on night game drives

At the center of the park is Lake Mburo, which together with 14 other lakes in the area, forms part of a wetland system.

This system is linked by a swamp some 50 km long, fed by the Ruizi River on the western side. Five lakes, of which the lakes largest is lake Mburo, occur within the park’s boundary

Almost a fifth of the Park’s area consists od wetlands-both seasonally flooded and permanent swamps. The various types of swamps are home to wide variety of wetland birds, as well as the shy, rare sitatunga antelope.

Lake Mburo’s surface and its fringing vegetation are always changing, and it’s delightful to take a boat cruise out and experience the lake’s moods and watch numerous hippos, some crocs and an incredible number of African fish eagles.

The lake is also one of the best places to spot the rarely seen African finfoot and white backed heron amongst many other water birds


Transfer to Murchison Falls National Park

Murchison Game drive and the Boat Cruise

Transfer from Murchison Falls to Kibale Forest

Kibale forest Chimpanzee Trekking

Game drive and Afternoon Kazinga Channel Boat Cruise at Queen Elizabeth

Forest walk and chimpanzees tracking

Transfer to Bwindi Impenetrable forest

Gorilla trekking and community walk- Bwindi

Transfer to Lake Mburo National Park

Return to Kampala

Inclusions & Exclusions

Safari includes:

  • Transportation in a tour van/Landcruiser
  • Service of an English -speaking tour guide/driver
  • All activities mentioned in the itinerary
  • Park admissions
  • Accommodation on full board
  • Entrance fees to all destinations as per the program
  • Transfer to and from the airport


Safari exclusions

  • All activities not mentioned in the program
  • Phone calls bills
  • Tips
  • International transfers
  • Gratitude to tour guides
  • Personal insurance
  • Personal effects of any nature
  • Hotel fees before and after the safari


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