Start By Driving Through Volcanic Formations Of The Western Rift Valley Towards Queen Elizabeth National Park, Which Has Diverse Eco-systems Of Grassy Plains, Tropical Forest, River, Swamps, Lakes And Volcanic Craters Is Home To An Incredible Abundance Of Wildlife. You Will Then Travel To Kibale Forest To Track A Variety Of Primate Species.
Kampala to Queen Elizabeth national park
You will drive towards western Uganda. Stopover at the local drum industry, the Equator, Masaka, and Mbarara for lunch. Drive through volcanic formations of the Western Rift Valley towards Queen Elizabeth National Park. The descent reveals an astounding panorama of Lakes George and Edward amidst game-filled plains. There will be dinner and an overnight stay at Mweya Safari Lodge.
Game drive, Chimpanzee Primates Trekking, and a Boat Trip
Queen Elizabeth National park which has diverse Eco-systems of grassy plains, tropical forest, river, swamps, lakes and volcanic craters is home to an incredible abundance of wildlife. A game drive in this park, with massive Rwenzoris as a backdrop provides excellent opportunities to see lion, leopard, giant forest hog, Cape buffalo, elephants, Uganda Kob, Topi, and Bushbuck. After the game drive and lunch, you take a boat trip on the Kazinga Channel. Dinner and overnight stay will be at either Mweya Safari Lodge, Jacana Safari Lodge, or Institute of Ecology.
Chimp Primates Tracking in Kibale Forest
After breakfast, you will travel to Kibale Forest to track a variety of primate species. Kibale National Park runs contiguous with the northern end of Queen Elizabeth, but Kibale is much wetter with unique moist forest habitat and an extremely high diversity of animals and plants. Primates located here include Red colobus monkey, Mangabey, Olive baboons, L’hoest’s monkey, and several communities of chimpanzee.
Dinner and overnight stay will be at Ndali Lodge.
Kibale to Kampala
After breakfast, return to Kampala via Mubende.