4 Days Bwindi & Queen Elizabeth National Parks Tour

Day 1: Drive from Kampala – Queen Elizabeth National park
Our guide picks you at 8:00 am from your hotel or residence, drives to Mbarara (283 Km from Kampala) westwards via Masaka. Make the first stop over at Equator crossing for photography. Continue your drive to Igongo Cultural Village to explore the life style and the culture of the Ankole and Bahima people; it is at Igongo center where the future meets the past. Lunch break is made at Agip Motel Mbarara. After lunch, a drive to Queen enables visitors to enjoy beautiful scenery, ready for an evening two hour Boat cruise along the famous Kazinga channel is worthwhile an opportunity to see Hippo, Bufallo, Kobs, Elephants, warthogs etc. This trip also enables visitor chance to see spectacular birds.

Day 2: Queen Elizabeth National park-Bwindi Forest National Park
Begin your day with a cup of coffee. Early morning game drive along Kasenyi and Queens Mile makes visitors encounter elephants, buffalo, water bucks, warthogs, lions, Uganda Kobs lakes and a variety of birds. Thereafter drive through the Ishasha Sector; this takes you through the unique western rift valley escarpment. If time allows take on a mini game drive in Ishasha sector – in search of tree climbing lions before proceeding to Bwindi forest National Park.

Day 3: Gorilla Trekking Experience
Begin the day with breakfast ready for trekking, which begins at 8:00 am with a briefing from the UWA staff. Ensure to carry along with you rain jacket, drinking water, snacks, jungle boots etc The guides will lead you inside the jungle to see the shy Primates for a group you have been booked for. Do not forget to take your lunch boxes and all the necessary gear to track the rare Mountain Gorilla, perhaps one of the most exciting wildlife experiences on earth. The tracking may take between 2 and 6 hours but its well worth the effort. The afternoon is spent on a village walk. The Buhoma Village Walk gives you a great opportunity to see how the people surrounding Bwindi Impenetrable Forest. It also is a great way to support the local community in a direct way. The Walk begins with your guide at Buhoma Community Rest Camp and is most informative, rewarding to the average visitor. It will amaze you how resourceful the local people are as you see and learn their ways.

Day 4:Transfer from  Bwindi Forest National Park to Kampala/Entebbe
Return to Kampala, then Entebbe, with lunch enroute and stop over at Equator Uganda before your evening departures home.