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You will meet the representative at the airport or hotel if already in Uganda, have briefing on your safari and start your journey to South Western Uganda. You will have stops at places of interest including the equator for photography and stretching. Lunch in Mbarara and proceed arriving at the lodge later in the evening.
3 Days Murchison Falls & Rhino Tracking Safari
This safari takes you to visit Murchison Falls National Park, the largest protected area in Uganda with the world’s most powerful waterfall and a stopover at Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary to track the endangered rhinos.
Today after your break fast you will be picked by your Sustainable Birding Company Guide from your place of Accommodation then later head to the North Western Part of the country to Murchison Falls National Park.
The double gorilla trekking safari starts in Rwanda and ends in Uganda (Entebbe/Kampala). Take on a double gorilla trekking experience in Volcanoes National Park in Rwanda and in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park in Uganda
The drive to this point will start with a morning breakfast and later drive to Mabamba as you make several stopovers along the way seeing Different bird species like the Shikra, Western-Banded Snake Eagle, Great sparrow-hawk
ou will begin an approximately 9-hour exciting Uganda safari with a brief stop at Equator line crossing area at Kayabwe for photo opportunity, brief clockwise and anti-clockwise experiments, cup of hot organic Arabic coffee and walk from north to south hemisphere on foot.
On arrival, you will have a briefing on the activity then head out for the rhino tracking activity in the company of an armed game ranger. The activity takes about 2 hours where you get an opportunity to watch the rhinos in their natural habitat. After the tracking activity, you will have lunch before proceeding with the journey to Murchison Falls National Park
The 8 Day Uganda safari covers some of the amazing tourism activities in Uganda including gorilla trekking in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park and wildlife viewing at Queen Elizabeth National Park surpassed by a scenic boat cruise on the Kazinga channel viewing hippos, crocodiles and other animals and bird species on the lakeside sipping on the fresh water.
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