4 Days Uganda chimpanzee and wildlife safari

4 Days Uganda chimpanzee and wildlife safari

This 4 Days Uganda chimpanzee and wildlife safari will begin and end in the country’s bustling metropolis of Kampala. Chimpanzees and other primate species such as colobus monkeys and LHoests monkeys can be seen in Kibale National Park, which is also a popular destination for other outdoor activities such as bird watching, nature hikes, and chimpanzee tracking. Each visitor must pay $150 for a chimpanzee permit. Queen Elizabeth National Park, situated in Western Uganda some 376 kilometers from Kampala, will also be visited.

The park is home to a wide variety of flora and fauna, including numerous bird species (over 500), as well as numerous mammal species (about 95), such as tree-climbing lions in the Ishasha sector, elephants, buffalo, crocodiles, hippos, and antelopes. This tour includes a boat ride along the Kazinga channel, wildlife drives in the park, bird watching, and a trip to the crater lakes.

Brief Travel Plan.

Day 1: Pick and drive to Kibale forest National park.

Day 2: Chimpanzee trekking and transfer to queen Elizabeth national park.

Day 3: Morning game drive and afternoon boat cruise on Kazinga channel.

Day 4: Depart back to Kampala.

Detailed Travel plan

Day 1 : Transfer to Kibale  forest National park

After breakfast, our guide/driver will come to take you up from your accommodation in Kampala. After receiving a briefing from him, you will head west into Kibale National Park in a vehicle. Have lunch at a rest point with breathtaking views of the Rwenzori mountains and the surrounding farmland. Upon arriving in Kibale, you can check into your lodge and then spend the afternoon exploring the Bigodi Wetlands, where you can observe a wide variety of birds, including those that are only seen in the Albertine Rift.  You have your dinner and overnight at the lodge.

Day 2:  Chimpanzee trekking and transfer to Queen Elizabeth national park.

In order to begin your trail for chimpanzees in the forest by 8:00 a.m., it is recommended that you eat breakfast right away and be at the park headquarters in time for the briefing on chimpanzee tracking.  Later you will hit the forest in search for the chimpanzees, you’ll have a fantastic experience meeting these chimps, and you can take pictures of them because their DNA is so similar to ours (99%). The LHoests monkey, Grey cheeked mangabey, white and black colobus, and red-tailed monkey are just some of the other primates you might come across. You might also encounter birds like the green breasted pitta and the rumped tinker bird, as well as a wide range of plant life. You should return to the lodge after lunch, pack your bags, and then set out for Queen Elizabeth National Park, arriving late in the day. Lodge in for the night and get some rest.

Day 3: Morning game drive in the park and afternoon boat cruise on Kazinga channel.

After an early breakfast, you’ll go out on a three-hour game drive through the wilderness in search of wildlife to mention elephants, antelopes, leopards, lions, waterbucks, and other species of animals. After seeing the animals in the morning, you will drive back to the resort for lunch before taking a two-hour boat ride through the Kazinga canal in the afternoon, where you may spot crocodiles, more herds of buffalo, elephants, hippos, and many bird species. You will return to the lodge in the evening, eat dinner, and spend the night there.

Day 4:  Depart to Kampala.

After an early breakfast, you will head to see craters and Katwe Salt Lake.  Exit the park and embark on a drive back to Kampala. upon arrival you will dropped at any place of your choice or be transferred to the airport for your flight back home .

The safari includes

Accommodation (Full board)

Full time tour guide (English speaking)

Chimpanzee tracking permits

All park entry fees

Ground transport(4WD)

Launch cruise on Kazinga channel and Game drives

Bottled drinking water