Tracking at Bwindi Impenetrable Forest and Queen Elizabeth National
Park - Uganda Wildlife
5 Day Combination Gorilla Tracking and Wildlife Safari
Kabiza Wilderness Safari -
Quality Safaris - Low in Price without Compromise.
We begin our 5 day Safari
in search of the endangered Mountain
Gorillas of Uganda at
Bwindi Impenetrable Forest and seeing
Queen Elizabeth National Park
and its wildlife.
The journey is a pleasant
one and our 4-wheel drive vehicle, your English speaking driver
best so that you will enjoy the journey through the Ugandan
countryside with lunch along the way in Mbarara. You will
see many things prior to arriving at Bwindi Impenetrable Forest
We reach our destination
late afternoon for rest and relaxation and dinner at the
Bwindi Impenetrable Forest Accommodation
of your choice. Click on the link and choose your
lodging at Bwindi Forest.
Some of the
accommodations have great views of Bwindi Impenetrable
Forest and or located right in the midst of the mountains,
at times visitors even get a visit from the Gorillas or
other Primates. Enjoy your night in an African
Rainforest with its sounds and sights. Here are some
of the lodgings our clients have enjoyed the most up-market
Gorilla Forest Camp,
Gorilla Resort and
Buhoma Lodge, Budget and
Buhoma Community Rest Camp have been consistent.
It is your big day to enter
into Bwindi Impenetrable Forest where half of the Mountain Gorillas
in the world live. First there is an orientation and then
off with your team, not exceeding 8 entering into the Forest
for a day that can be from a few to eight hours. It is
a rigorous climb, a light backpack, boots and jacket is advised.
Take a packed lunch, you will need it.
Porter assistance is available for
a very reasonable fee. Some are glad that they availed
themselves of it.
When you enter the presence of the
Mountain Gorillas it is simply awesome, these huge primates
ever so near you. Most people are deeply moved within
by this experience of a lifetime.
Optional: Take a local village walk accompanied
by a guide who will give you insights into the daily life of
the pygmies living near Bwindi. You will see them prepare
local brew, medicine, food, and the highlight will be a traditional
Then it is time to
return back to your lodging and another night in the African
It is an early breakfast at which there will be a lot
of sharing about the previous day and then it is off for Queen
Elizabeth Park through the Ishasha sector with its tree climbing
Lions and onward to the lodging of choice in or near the Mweya
area of Queen Elizabeth National Park. We can stop a
night here at Ishasha - the most recommended lodging would
Ishasha Wilderness Tented Camp,
it is an up-market luxury tented camp overlooking the
Itungwe River, fabulous, other choices here would be
Take a look at the accommodations available
and make a choice. Our recommendation
for its uniqueness is
The Bush Lodge overlooking
Kazinga Channel. A small intimate tented camp and
there is nothing like sleeping in a Tented Camp in the Wilds
of Uganda - recommended for the experience you will have and
the food is quite nice here.
After check-in it is
lunch and some rest around your accommodation. In some
cases a swimming pool is available, most have an excellent view
of Queen Elizabeth Park, the Rwenzori Mountains, Kazinga Channel
or a lake.
Queen Elizabeth National Park has
lots of lions, elephants, various antelopes, leopards, buffaloes,
hyenas, monkeys, you will be simply amazed. Queen Elizabeth
Park is a premier spot for wildlife in Uganda and you will see
lots of it. The park is literally a kaleidoscope
of scenic wonders such as crater lakes, an abundance of wildlife,
of birds, all framed by the majestic Rwenzori Mountains in the
distance which is the tallest Mountain Range in Africa.
It is off for the evening
game drive, keep your eyes open, your guide will not allow you
to miss a thing from birds to wildlife, from trees to plants.
Enjoy a quiet evening
at your accommodation with dinner and sleeping surrounded by
the wildlife of Queen Elizabeth National Park.
Breakfast in the African wilderness overlooking the African
savannah and you are off for the second game drive at Queen Elizabeth
Park. Seeing lions on their way back from the hunt of
the night, Elephants lumbering along. Warthogs running to and
fro with their tails raised up high. Raptors flying overhead
and the ever there Rwenzori Mountains.
Then it is back to
your lodging for rest and lunch. Put some new batteries
into your camera for soon you will be going on an afternoon
launch trip on the Kazinga Channel which runs for 40 kilometers
between Prince George and Prince Edward Lakes. Here you are
on a boat cruising the channel with
its many Hippopotamus, birds, buffaloes. Nothing like
the swarms of pelicans on the shore, birds flying everywhere
and you on this boat slowly moving along the shore. An
awesome afternoon to say the least.
Afterwards back to
your lodging facility for dinner and a quiet evening at your
accommodation in the midst of the African savannah.
Day 5: Breakfast and for an exciting morning of
Chimpanzee Tracking in the Kyambura Gorge.
Kyambura Gorge alone is worth a visit, add on top of that spending an hour with
chimpanzees that are found there.
Lunch at your lodging
Return to Kampala
Reach Kampala in the early evening hours.