16 Days Uganda Adventure
The 16 days Uganda adventure tour and safari opens you to a wonderful place to experience African adventure which is Uganda.Challenge the Nile River in the Adrenaline capital of East Africa, face your fear of heights with bungee jumping and let your adrenaline run through you.
Stand face to face with a 500 pound mountain gorilla, scale mountain peaks in the Rwenzoris and Virunga mountain ranges, see wild elephants, canoe on the lake with a thousand islands, drive through the Switzerland of Africa, discover the mysteries of the Batwapeople and see much much more the Pearl has got to offer.
And when you’re done, head to the capital Kampala, feast on the very best cuisines and watch enormous marabou stocks fly lazy circles in the air, like feathered B-52s, right in the center of the town.
Day 1: Jinja trip
Travel to Jinja the adrenaline city in the morning with a stopover in Mabira forest. Begin your adventure with zip lining through the forest canopy swinging up in the air. Continue to Jinja to challenge your fear of heights with bungee jumping to touch the Nile River and the call off the day.
Day 2: Half day Rafting and Source of the Nile
Today you get on the rafts to challenge the Nile Riveras you battle through the strength of the Nile waters. Do it with expert guides to aid you navigate through the Nile.
After that head a for boat ride to see the source of the Nile you just challenged earlier. Stand at the John Speke monument and take the best photos of a lifetime. In the evening, continue to Kampala for a night stay.
Day 3: Transfer to Lake Mburo National Park
Travel to the land of full of zebras with a stop at the equator. Run your imaginations wild in both hemispheres and continue to the park arriving in the afternoon. Go for the boat ride seeing hippos, birds, crocodiles and much more. Diner and stay
Day 4: Game drive and transfer to Lake Bunyonyi
Early drive through the park sighting wildlife including zebras, elands, waterbucks, and many other in the park for an exciting adventure. Drive to Lake Bunyonyi afterwards reaching in the lake afternoon which is considered to the second deepest lake in Africa.
Day 5: Canoeing and Hiking on Lake Bunyonyi
In the morning canoe on this lake with a thousand islands to see water loving animals and birds on the lake. The lake gives a beautiful scenery and afternoon you will have a hire around the surrounding hire to enjoy the best views and retire from the activity to transfer to Mgahinga national park.
Day 6: Golden Monkeys and Batwa trail experience
Track the endangered rare golden monkey species in the forests of Mgahinga limited in this region and do the Batwa heritage trail with the aid of a Batwa guide navigating you through the forest interpreting each detail of this rich cultural trail. Interact with their ways of living, visit caves with significant meaning to them and much more.
Day 7: Transfer to Bwindi Impenetrable for Gorilla tracking
Set off for Bwindi impenetrable national park the home of half of the world’s gorilla population opting for a community walk in the evening or a traditional performance and call it a day.
Day 8: Gorilla tracking day
Stand face to face with the endangered mountain gorilla and have an hour interaction with them in the impenetrable forest.
Transfer to Queen Elizabeth in the afternoon reaching in the late evening.
Day 9: Game drive and Boat cruise
Morning drive through the park game trail to see the early risers and predators heading to their hiders such as lions, hyenas, leopards, and much more. In the afternoon cruise on the Kazinga channel gifted with the highest concentration of hippos while sighting a variety of wildlife such as elephants, buffaloes, warthogs, antelopes all teemed by the channel.
Connect to Kasese in the evening for a stay enabling you to prepare the next day
Day 10: Rwenzori mountain trekking
Climb 1146 meters high from the starting point to camp sine hut at 2596 meters or continue to Kalalama camp if fit another at 3134 meters with fantastic views of cliffs above and lowlands. Walk through the valley floor, Afro montane, and sleep climb to the camp after crossing a river. The hire is so rewarding with the best flora, rapids and waters and much more hidden in the mountains of the moons. Sleep at Sine hut camp or Kalalama camp
Day 11: Rwenzori Mountain trekking
If you slept at Sine camp you may choose to continue to Kalalama camp for best view experiences before sloping down the Mountains of the moon.
You will then connect to Semuliki national park expecting a night game drive to see the nocturnal animals which rumor in the park doing the night like white tailed mongoose
Day 12: Undertake Sempaya Hotsprings nature walk
Take this walk passing through the Semuliki forest sharing characteristics with the Ituri forest in Congo gifted with birds such as Rwenzori Turaco, primates like the rare debrazza monkey and more. Arrive at the famous Sempaya hotsprings with a male and female section and see Mother Nature boiling from the Earth’s crust. This is one of the wonders of this safari.
Connect to kibale forest national park arriving in the evening.
Day 13: Chimpanzee tracking and swamp walk
Track down Man’s closest relatives the chimps on this day and get an hour interaction with them with excellent photograph. In the afternoon, do a Bigodi swamp walk sighting other primates in the park such as colobus monkeys, sitatunga swamp lover antelope, birds such as the Turaco and much more. This swamp gives the best interaction with the tourist.
Day 14: Transfer to Murchison falls National park
Travel to oldest and largest conservation area with the world’s powerful water falls arriving in the afternoon. Do an evening game drive and see the wildlife hosted by this park including elephants, lions, waterbucks, kobs, elands, hyenas, giraffes and much more.
Day 15: Morning game drive and Boat cruise
Sight the leopards, antelopes, buffaloes in the savannah grasslands of the park early morning for another rewarding wildlife experience.
Cruise on the longest river Nile to the bottom of the iconic Murchison falls sighting wildlife such as the Nile crocodiles, hippos and more along the way
Day 16: End of Safari
You will end the safari with tracking on foot rhinos at a close and safe distance and then drop off in Kampala or the airport.
Note: if fatigue sets in at any point you can call off the activity and have relaxation
You can tailor make you safari depending on this provisional itinerary. Remove or add on anything you wish or just choose a few days from those and exploit those.