Drive through the scenic landscapes of Uganda, as you are encountering  plenty of wildlife. It’s quite magical to trek to the gorillas, look out for tree-climbing lions, and connect to Rwanda via the Virunga massive for more gorilla experience, Dian Fossey Museum exploration, golden monkeys, and visit the genocide memorial museum.


Meals and accommodation

4*4 safari jeep

Local flight to Kasese

All activities as indicated

800$/1500$ gorilla permit


Visas and insurances

International flights

Optional Activities


Alcoholic drinks

Itinerary Details

Day 1. Arrival and Entebbe Town Exploration

Upon arrival, our representative will meet and transfer you to your hotel. You will a chance to explore the historical Entebbe town and easy to explore by yourself on foot or using the local taxis and motorcycles. Walk around the botanical gardens, or catch up with a boat ride on Lake Victoria, several restaurants, and bars where you can sip a local beer, craft shops, and much more. in case there's a need for a private tour kindly reach out to us. Accommodation: Papyrus Guest House or a similar viability

Day 2. Transfer To Queen Elizabeth National Park

Wake early morning and have your breakfast, leave for Queen Elizabeth national park via the equator line. have a brief stopover for photoshoot and crafts. You will have your lunch along the way before your arrival to Queen Elizabeth national park. depending on your time you may have a relaxed evening or proceed for an evening drive in the park. Elephant Hab Lodge

Day 3. Morning Game Search | Afternoon Boat Cruise

Queen Elizabeth National Park is the second largest park in Uganda rich in flora and fauna. it harbours animals alike lions, leopard, elephants, cape buffaloes, waterbucks, about 600 bird species and much more. You will have a chance to drive around as you are searching for most of all this, once you are through go for an afternoon bot ride on the Kazinga Channel. It’s a magical channel set in the Albertine Rift Valley with hundreds of hippos, elephants, buffalos, birds, antelopes, hogs, and crocodiles. Elephant Hab Lodge

Day 4. Kyambura Gorge Nature Walk | Transfer to Bwindi Impenetrable Forest Via Ishasha

Kyambura Gorge is well known to be the valley of apes, the green forest between the open savannah of Queen Elizabeth national park. It's about 11.5 kms long , 100m deep and 1.5 km wide with a permanent river that is a home to hippos and other animals like elephants ,birds, buffaloes and more. It's a home to the community of Chimpanzees that are habituated, this allows you walk around the gorge as you search for these apes for about 2-4 hours. Later drive to the south of the park as you enjoy the true wilderness of the park via Lake Edward, maramagambo forest, swamps, and plain savannah, ably to encounter, leopards, elephants, monkeys, and waterbucks roaming the yards. Look out for large herds of elephants, buffalos, topis, Uganda kobs, and search for the Tree climbing lions that are lazily resting in the trees before leaving for the Bwindi Forest. Bwindi is a recognized world heritage site ecosystem in Africa. Home to over 160 tree species,200 butterfly species,120 mammals, and over 345 bird species are the key in the line of the Albertine endemics. Meals and overnight: Buhoma Haven Lodge

Day 5. Gorilla Trekking | Community Interaction

The humbling gorilla experience awaits, spend one thrill hour with these endangered mountain gorillas. Getting face-to-face with the gorillas is something that words cannot aptly describe. Gorilla trekking is strenuous and ranges between 1-8 hours as it's not a guarantee to view them but 95% of encountering them is guaranteed. After your gorilla experience Immerse yourself in Ride 4 a woman’s project, an initiative that was started to support the rural ladies. Watch as you learn how the local crops are transformed into ready food, like Bananas, and millet flour(kalo), After the gorillas, head back to your lodge and relax or talk to your guide for advice about, forest walks, visiting local schools and orphanages, the pygmy villages, or the curio shops. Meals and overnight: Buhoma Havens Lodge

Day 6. Transfer to Volcanoes National Park

leave for Volcanoes national park a second gorilla sanctuary. Drive through the curvaceous highlands of Kigezi facing the Virunga as It is indeed a beautiful place to explore, lakes, valleys, and the green on a clear view of the Virunga ranges is something words can not aptly describe. The drive can easily take 6-8 hours with an extra border clearances. After the border driver just for an hour to the next accommodation for relaxation. Dinner and overnight stay: Da Vinci Gorilla Lodge

Day 7. Volcanoes National Park | Gorilla Trekking

Extend your experience with these primates as you are welcomed by a cup of coffee and have a general briefing. You are later distributed into respective groups and led by ranger guides. This takes either short, medium or long walks based on where the gorillas are located. When you return in time you can opt to experience the Ibyi’Wachu culture cultural centre, wine tasting, coffee or just walk around by yourself to the Dian Fossey’s museum. “Note: you can replace the gorilla trekking with trekking to the golden monkeys or even walk to Dian Fossey’s Grave. Let us know if any changes are required. Meals and overnight: Da Vinci Gorilla Lodge

virunga massif
volcanoes national park

Day 8. Transfer to Kigali city

Drive off from the volcano footprints to the clean capital of Rwanda with a visit to the Genocide memorial that draws you closer to the senseless massacre of 1994. Innocent lives were killed, quite terrifying as you look at the 250,000 lives that were put to rest against the Tutsi. You will be dropped off at the airport, we advise you to book a late flight back home or book a hotel for an overnight stay. Meals-Half Board | No Accommodation

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