Primates, Culture & Cruise Tour

Group of 6 persons and
more starting from (p.P)

‎USD 3521

Private tour for 2 persons
starting from (p.P.) : ‎USD 4349

Duration: 9 Days

SOME HIGHLIGHTS WITH Roundtrips.Global

  • Tour Kampala City
  • Chimpanzee Island 
  • Lake Victoria Cruise 
  • Visit the Source of the Nile

Day 1
Entebbe

ENTEBBE ARRIVAL

You will arrive at Entebbe international airport in Entebbe. After completion of immigration and customs formalities a representative of our agency (Guide/driver) will meet, greet  and transfer you to your accomodation in either Entebbe.

Overnight: Entebbe 

Day 2
Jinja

ENTEBBE – JINJA (B, L, D)

After your breakfat at a hotel in Entebbe, transfer to the pier and board the boat to the Ngamba Island for an exclusive visit to the Chimpanzees including feeding and watch them play. This tour visits Ngamba chimpanzee sanctuary on Lake Victoria. Situated 23km off shore from Entebbe, the Sanctuary was set up by a group of concerned organizations including Uganda Wildlife Education Centre and Jane Goodall Institute among others, to offer a facility for now over 33 orphaned chimpanzees to co-habitat in a near natural environment. 
Overnight: Jinja

Day 3
Kampala

JINJA – KAMPALA (B, L, D)


Transfer to Jinja to see the Source of the Nile, the Mahatma Ghandi Monument, The River Nile Falls. Boat cruise on the Nile.
Overnight: Kampala

Day 4
Queen Elisabeth NP

KAMPALA – QUEEN ELIZABETH NATIONAL PARK (B, L, D)

After breakfast at your hotel in Kampala, embark on a fun day of visiting the monuments and memorials in Kampala City. Visit to the  Kasubi tombs the burial site of Buganda Kings, Lubiri the Kabaka’s palace also having the torture chambers where Idi Amin Dadda punished those who crossed him, the Bahai temple the only Bahai Faith Temple in Africa.
Thereafter  leave for Queen Elizabeth National Park with lunch en-route arriving in the evenning.  Kampala, the capital of Uganda, is spread over a number of green hills and takes its name from Kasozi k'impala, "the hill of antelopes". The city grew around the court of the Kabaka (king) of Buganda with British colonial officials settling on adjoining hills. It is a charming green city, with its many gardens and attractive views of the surrounding countryside and Lake Victoria. There is a wide range of hotels and restaurants. The Kasubi Tombs - the traditional royal tombs of the Kabakas of Buganda - are a fine example of Ganda architecture. Then there are the colourful Nakasero fruit and vegetable market, the general goods market and the crafts market. There are a number of interesting buildings in the city, including the buildings that housed the colonial administration, the Parliament, the museum and buildings of different religious faiths including the Gadaffi Mosque, ST.Paul’s Cathedral Namirembe for the Protestant faith and Rubaga Cathedral for the Catholic faith. Other interesting places include: The Baha’i’ Temple - the only one in Africa; Barkcloth, basketware, pottery, gourds, kikoi cloth, carving, traditional weapons and musical instruments are some of the souvenirs available for purchase.
Overnight: Queen Elisabeth Nationalpark

Day 5
Queen Elisabeth NP

GAME DRIVE & BOAT CRUISE (B, L, D)

After breakfast, go for a morning gamedrive and in the afternoon go for a boat cruise on the Kazinga Channel to see numerous wildlife Queen Elizabeth National Park (QE), below the famous Rwenzori mountains, is an African savannah park, consisting of plain surroundings. The park which is part of the western arm of the Great East African Rift Valley, is centred around Lake Edward and Lake George. The launch trip along the Kazinga Channel linking these two lakes is especially good for viewing hippo, buffalo, elephant and a large host of birds amounting to over 500 species!  Around Ishasha go on the hunt for the famous tree-climbing lions which lounge nonchalantly in the upper branches of high trees! The beautiful steeply forested Kyambura Gorge nearby, is home not only to chimpanzees but also the red-tailed monkey, black and white colobus and many bird species. 
OvernightQueen Elisabeth Nationalpark

Day 6
Bwindi

QUEEN ELIZABETH PARK – BWINDI NATIONAL PARK (B, L, D)

After breakfast, transfer to Bwindi Park passing through Ishasha sector of Queen Elizabeth park where you may see tree climbing lions. Have lunch en-route and proceed to Bwindi Park for the night.
Overnight: Bwindi

Day 7
Bwindi

BWINDI IMPENETRABLE FOREST PARK (B, L, D)

After breakfast, you will drive to the Park Headquarters for briefing by the guides before heading for gorilla tracking in the park. Tracking can take as long as up to 9 hours of a walk in the forest searching for the gorillas. However an our of interaction with this closest relatives to human the rare endangered species is indeed a rewarding experience. 
Overnight: Bwindi

Day 8
Lake Mulehe

MGAHINGA NATIONAL PARK (B, L, D)

After breakfast, you will transfer tot he park headquaters, Mgahinga National Park to start Golden Monkey Trekking. This trek is not very steep but sometimes takes a longer walk too. Return to the lodge for Lunch and in the afternoon, at leisure or explore the local community near the lodge. It is sometimes called the golden snub-nosed monkey and has blackish-grey shoulders, upper arms, back, crown, and tail, with the back being covered in a longer layer of fine silver hairs. In males, the sides of the head, forehead, and neck and underparts are bright golden in colour, hence the common name of this species. Females are generally similar in appearance to males, but the head and upperparts are more brownish black. Their noses are, as the name suggests, flattened and set back from the muzzle. The wide nostrils face forwards and there are two small flaps of skin above the nostrils that nearly touch the forehead. These monkeys produce a wide range of vocalisations often, remarkably, without making any facial movements, in the manner of a ventriloquist.

Overnight: Lake Mulehe

Day 9
Kigali

Kigali Fly out (B, L)

After breakfast, cross the border into Rwanda and transfer to Kigali for the city tour including a visit to the Kigali genocide memorial. Have Lunch and thereafter transfer to the airport for your flight out.

Day 1 Entebbe

Day 2 Jinja

Day 3 Kampala

Day 4 Queen Elisabeth NP

Day 5 Queen Elisabeth NP

Day 6 Bwindi

Day 7 Bwindi

Day 8 Lake Mulehe

Day 9 Kigali

Map
Meals

8x Breakfast, 8x Lunch, 7x Dinner

Transport

4X4 LANDCRUISER JEEP

Guide

English tour guide or/and local guides

Hotel

 3 Star Hotels and Safari Lodges

Remarks

All rooms self-contained set in the quite proximity to the safari parks.

Inclusions
  • 8 nights in your chosen accomodation
  • Meal as specified in itinerary
    (B = Breakfast, BR = Brunch, L = Lunch, D = Dinner)
  • All park fees and permits to itinerary
  • Activities and excursions according to itinerary

FOR EXAMPLE

- Kampala City tour 

- Ngamba Island Chimpanzee visit with boat cruise on Lake Victoria

- Visit to Source of the Nile Jinja and boat cruise to Landmark

- Game Drives in Queen Elizabeth Park

- Boat Cruise in Queen Elizabeth Park

- Gorilla Pemits in Bwindi National Park Uganda

- Golden Monkey Permits in Mgahinga Park

- Kigali City Tour 

  • Tours and Excursions in a safari Jeep except for trekking excursions done on foot
  • Admission fees according to itinerary
  • English tour guide or/and local guides

Exclusions
  • International flights
  • Meals other than mentioned in itinerary
  • Tours and Excursions other than mentioned in itinerary
  • Early check-in and late check-out at hotels
  • Personal travel insurance
  • Personal expenses and tips for driver/guides
  • Visa fees 

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