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Luxury Primate Safari – 10 days

Luxury Primate Safari – 10 days

The Luxury Primate Safari – 10 days tour is an amazing safari that combines the savannah plains of Queen Elizabeth National Park with the dense forests of Kibale and Bwindi. You are assured of excellent wildlife viewing and unforgettable encounters with the primates of Uganda!

What to Carry
+ Binoculars
+ Rain coat
+ Hiking boots
+ Warm clothing
Fun Facts About Primates
Some primates serve as indicator species for the health of their habitats.
The rord Primate means “First Rank”.
Primates have bigger brains than other mammals.
The first primates evolved at the end of the mesozoic era.
Some primates have been recorded using tools.

Safari Itinerary

Day One: Arrival

Arrival at Entebbe Airport where you will be welcomed by a Great Lakes Safaris representative and transferred to your hotel. Overnight at Windsor Lake Victoria Hotel.

Day Two: Entebbe – Kibale Forest National Park

After a relaxed breakfast, we will depart Entebbe and head west to Fort Portal, with (packed) lunch en route. Fort Portal rests in the shadow of the fabled “Mountains of the Moon” and is famous for the many tea plantations.

From this lovely town, we will continue to Kibale National Park, while passing the region of the Crater Lakes. Here we will explore some small lakes, before heading to our accommodation for tonight. Dinner and overnight at the deluxe safari tents of Primate Lodge Kibale.

Day Three: Kibale Forest National Park and Bigodi Swamp

Today the forest opens its doors for a sensational chimp tracking. Kibale Forest is reputable of having the greatest variety and highest concentration of primates in East Africa. Enjoy a guided nature walk in the tropical rainforest in search of the wild chimpanzee, red-tailed monkey, black-and-white colobus monkey and many others.

After a hearty lunch, we transfer to the Bigodi Swamp for another, totally different nature walk. The Bigodi Swamp Walk is an initiative of the local community and is known for its rich diversity of birds and primates. Dinner and overnight at the deluxe safari tents of Primate Lodge Kibale.

Day Four: Kibale Forest National Park – Queen Elizabeth National Park

After a delicious breakfast, we calmly transfer to Queen Elizabeth National Park. Have lunch and relax at the pool before going on a game drive in search of the first wildlife, including warthogs, buffaloes, waterbucks and elephants. Dinner and overnight at Mweya Safari Lodge.

Day Five: Queen Elizabeth National Park

The day begins early as we start with a morning game drive and head to the mating ground of the Uganda Kobs. We search for lions, elephants, buffaloes and other wild animals in their natural habitat before returning for lunch. In the afternoon we take on a boat cruise along the Kazinga Channel, a natural channel between Lake Edward and Lake George.

Thanks to the abundant bird-life that is sighted, and the elephants, buffaloes and hundreds of hippos that are cooling off at the shores, this cruise will definitely be one of the highlights of your safari. Dinner and overnight at Mweya Safari Lodge.

Day Six: Queen Elizabeth National Park – Bwindi National Park

After breakfast we head towards the south, passing the southern sector of the national park (if road conditions allow). This part is called Ishasha and is famous for the tree climbing lions. After a short game drive in this area, we continue to Bwindi.

While driving through a verdant countryside, you will pass traditional homesteads and enjoy panoramic views. In the afternoon arrival in Bwindi National Park, home of the endangered mountain gorillas. Dinner and overnight at Mahogany Springs.

Day Seven: Gorilla Tracking

The highlight of your safari: a meeting with the gentle giants of Bwindi! Especially hikers will love the tracking in the beautiful ecosystem of the park.

Expect to walk a long distance in steep and muddy conditions, sometimes with rain overhead, before you encounter any gorillas. But it will definitely be worthwhile as you observe them closely while they eat, play and rest. A unique and unforgettable experience!

Those who prefer not to participate in the gorilla tracking can go for a guided forest walk or explore the surroundings with the Buhoma Village Walk. Dinner and overnight at Mahogany Springs.

Day Eight: Bwindi National Park – Lake Mburo National Park

After breakfast, we depart the impenetrable forest of Bwindi and head to Lake Mburo National Park. As we enter the park it is likely that you will spot some wildlife. After checking in you will go on a boat ride on the lake and enjoy the rich bird life and the many hippos that are cooling off.

Have an early dinner before going on a night game drive in an open Land Cruiser with a spotlight. This special game drive of 2-3 hours provides 30% chances of seeing the elusive leopard and of course other nocturnal animals. Overnight at Mihingo Lodge.

Day Nine: Lake Mburo National Park – Kampala

Early start of the day as we will go for a nature walk guided by a ranger. Lake Mburo is the only national park where you can experience a safari on foot. Return the lodge for breakfast and with a game drive on our way out we depart the protected area and drive back to Kampala. Arrival in the afternoon and leisure time to visit some shops or relax at the pool. Overnight at Le Petit Village.

Day Ten: Departure

Enriched with an experience of a lifetime and unforgettable memories you will say goodbye to the Pearl of Africa. Depending on your flight schedule you can join our guide on a city tour and visit some interesting and historical sites. In time you will be transferred to Entebbe Airport for your international flight.

Thank you for giving us an opportunity to serve you!

For more information: info@greenrangersafaris.com | +254 721 955202
Office: Mageso Chambers, Moi Avenue, 1st Floor, Right Wing, Room 1.

20% of our profits go to Environmental Conservation and Community Development in Maasai Mara, Nairobi, Eastern Kenya, Kajiado and other vulnerable regions within the country.
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