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7 Days Uganda Rwanda Wildlife & Primate safari

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7 Days Uganda Rwanda Wildlife & Primate safari : A seven-day excursion to Uganda, the “jewel of Africa,” and Rwanda, “the land of a thousand hills,” in East Africa, is called the 7 Days Uganda Rwanda Wildlife & Primate Safari. ThisComibined Safari will take you on an exhilarating chimpanzee trekking safari in the 13-primate species-home Kibale Forest National Park, then connect to Queen Elizabeth National Park where you will cruise alongside crocodiles and a sizable population of hippos along the Kazinga channel, enjoy an exhilarating game drive in the Kasenyi Plains, and see the majestic tree-climbing lions in the Is This 7-day safari to Uganda and Rwanda’s animals and primates begins in Uganda and concludes in Kigali, Rwanda, though it can also be done the other way around depending on the needs of the tourist.

Highlights of 7 days Uganda Rwanda wildlife and primate safari

Day 1: Transfer from Kampala / Entebbe to Kibale forest national park

Day 2: Chimpanzee trekking in Kibale and connect to Queen Elizabeth national park

Day 3: Morning game drive and afternoon boat cruise in Queen Elizabeth national park

Day 4: Tree climbing lions and transfer to Bwindi impenetrable national park

Day 5: Gorilla trekking in Bwindi impenetrable national park

Day 6: Drive to Volcanoes national park Rwanda

Day 7: Golden Monkey trekking in Volcanoes national park and departures

Detailed Safari Itinerary

Day 1: Transfer from Kampala / Entebbe to Kibale forest national park

On day 1 of the 7-day Uganda Rwanda wildlife and primate safari, you will be picked up from your destination in Kampala or Entebbe as previously stated, and then driven to Kibale forest national park with lunch en route. After you get to the park, you’ll go to the lodge to check in, have supper, and stay the night.

Meal plan: Lunch and dinner

Day 2: Chimpanzee trekking in Kibale and connect to Queen Elizabeth national park

On day two of a seven-day Uganda, Rwanda, wildlife, and primate safari, enjoy your early breakfast, pack some snacks, and then meet your safari driver for transportation to the park headquarters in Kanyanchu. There, you will receive a briefing before entering the forest to begin chimpanzee trekking. Following the briefing, you will begin your quest for these gentle giants in the Kibale Forest, where you will also come across other primates as the park is home to 13 different primate species as well as mammals, birds, and a variety of other creatures. You’ll walk for two to four hours, spend an hour up close seeing chimpanzees in their natural settings, and then return to the park’s main office to meet your safari driver and be driven back to the lodge for lunch.

Travel to Queen Elizabeth National Park: After checking out of the lodge later in the afternoon, meet your safari driver who will be waiting for you and begin the approximately 2-hour trip to Queen Elizabeth National Park from Kibale Forest National Park. Arrive at Queen Elizabeth late in the day to check in, eat, and stay the night.

Meal plan: Breakfast, lunch and dinner

Day 3: Morning game drive and afternoon boat cruise in Queen Elizabeth national park

On the third day of your seven-day Uganda, Rwanda, and wildlife safari, you’ll leave for a morning game drive in Queen Elizabeth National Park after breakfast. Kasenyi Plains is the most popular area of the park and is home to the country’s largest concentration of wildlife species. You can see lions, giraffes, elephants, buffaloes, Uganda kob, warthogs, antelopes, bushbucks, and a variety of other animals that awe visitors to the Kasenyi plains during a game drive. You will be taken back to your resort for lunch after taking pleasure in the game drive.

Afternoon boat trip on the Kazinga channel: Arrive at the kazinga channels by 2 pm and get ready for an amazing boat cruise where you can see a variety of species in the canal and along the coastline. Crocodiles, hippos, elephants, buffaloes, and a large number of water birds are just a few of the animals that can be seen on a boat tour. After supper, make your way to your lodge to spend the night.

Meal plan: Breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Day 4: Tree climbing lions and transfer to Bwindi impenetrable national park

On the fourth day of the seven-day Uganda, Rwanda, and primate safari, get up for breakfast, check out of the lodge, and then be transported to the Ishasha sector with a packed lunch. You can take a wildlife drive while in the Ishasha region to seek for tree climbing lions, which are frequently seen perched in the branches of fig and acacia trees overlooking the Uganda kob and searching for their next meal. A breathtaking encounter with the jungle’s king in the tree branches and a panorama of the entire Ishasha region will amuse you. Aside from Queen Elizabeth National Park, another location in the globe where one can see tree-climbing lions is Lake Manyara National Park in Tanzania. After your game drive, have a picnic lunch sheltered by a tree.

Transfer to Bwindi Impenetrable National Park: After finishing your picnic lunch, leave Queen Elizabeth National Park and begin your drive to Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, also known as the Pearl of Africa. You should arrive there in the late evening, where you can check into a lodge, eat dinner, and spend the night.

Meal plan: breakfast, lunch and dinner

Day 5: Gorilla trekking in Bwindi impenetrable national park

On the fifth day of your seven-day Uganda, Rwanda, and primate safari, pack everything you’ll need for your gorilla hike in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. Then, meet your driver to be taken to the park’s administrative center for a briefing. After receiving a training, hire one or two porters and then follow them into the dense jungle to begin looking for endangered mountain gorillas. Once you arrive at the primates, the journey will go anywhere from a few minutes to nearly seven hours or an entire day. You will only have an hour-long close encounter with them before returning to your lodge for a laid-back evening or choosing a Batwa adventure.

7 Days Uganda Rwanda Wildlife & Primate safari
Bwindi Gorilla Trekking

Meal plan: breakfast, lunch and dinner

Day 6: Drive to Volcanoes national park Rwanda

Drive to Volcanoes National Park: On day six of your seven-day Uganda, Rwanda, and primate safari, get up with the sun at sunrise, enjoy your leisurely breakfast, check out of the hotel, and leave Bwindi Impenetrable National Park before beginning your drive to Kigali, Rwanda, with a stop for lunch en route. You will travel to Rwanda’s Volcanoes National Park after arriving, where you will check in for dinner and an overnight stay.

Meal plan: Breakfast, lunch and dinner

Day 7: Golden Monkey trekking in Volcanoes national park and departures

The seventh day of the seven-day Uganda, Rwanda, and primate safari begins with a briefing at the park headquarters before departing for a half-day of golden monkey trekking in the Volcanoes national park. Following a briefing, you will spend two to three hours looking for a habituated troop of golden monkeys in the bamboo forest. If you locate them, you will spend an hour with the monkeys before leaving the forest and making your way back to the lodge for lunch.

After lunch, check out of the hotel and meet your safari driver for a ride from the Volcanoes National Park directly to the international airport of Kigali, where your flight will depart from. Your flight should be booked for a late evening or night trip on this final day.

Meal plan: breakfast and lunch

END OF 7 DAYS UGANDA RWANDA PRIMATE AND WILDLIFE SAFARI

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