8 – Day Murchison Falls , Queen Elizabeth and Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park Safaris.

$1000 / Per person

Experience all the highlights in just one Safari! You will visit the most beautiful national parks
of the country, meet the gorillas and swim in the deepest lake of Uganda!

Day 1: Kampala to Murchison Falls National Park.
After breakfast start your journey to Murchison Falls National Park making a stopover at Zziwa
Rhino Sanctuary for rhino tracking (this is the only place in Uganda where you can see the white
rhino).Here you will have a guided nature walk to experience the life of the rhinos in the wild.
You will have lunch at the sanctuary and enjoy an evening walk after which, you will transfer to
your lodge in Murchison.
Murchison Falls is one of the most beautiful national parks of Uganda. One of the main
attractions is the Nile, with the spectacular Murchison Falls, where the whole Nile River is
forced through a narrow gorge and falls 60 meters.
Day 2: Murchison Falls National Park.
In the morning, you set off for a game drive in Murchison Falls National Park. On the broad
savannah you will be searching for big cats, elephants, giraffes, buffalos, and more as the
checklist of mammals reaches 76. You continue browsing the circuits to the delta point for a
cocktail of birds for the bird lovers and mammals.
In the afternoon you will go for the boat ride on the Nile to the base of Murchison Falls where
you get to see the hippos, Nile crocodiles, elephants and a variety of beautiful bird species along
When reaching the falls you will leave the boat and go with a guide to the top of the falls. It is a
beautiful hike that takes you to see the falls close. Your guide will pick you up at the top of the
falls. You will proceed to Masindi where you will spend the night.
Note. The hike to the top of the falls includes a steep trail so might not be suitable if you have
some health issues, the hike is optional.

Day 3: Murchison to Fort Portal.
The drive that is almost eight hours so you will set off right after breakfast. This will provide you
with some stunning views as you pass small African villages, tea plantations and banana
plantations within towns like Masindi, Hoima and Kyenjojo. The lovely town of Fort Portal rests
in the shadow of the Fabled Mountains of the Moon and is famous for the many tea plantations
and crater lakes.

Day 4: Fort Portal to Queen Elizabeth National Park.

In the morning you will travel to Queen Elizabeth National Park. It is a beautiful route via
Kasese, with the Rwenzori Mountains on your right side and the green valley on your left. A
game drive on your way to the accommodation in the middle of the national park gives us the
chance to spot waterbucks, warthogs and other wildlife. In the afternoon after lunch, you will
take a boat cruise along the Kazinga Channel, a natural channel between Lake Edward and Lake
George. The afternoon boat ride provides for a great opportunity to view elephants, buffaloes and
hundreds of hippos, this cruise will definitely be one of the highlights of your safari.

Day 5: Queen Elizabeth National Park to Bwindi Impenetrable Forest.
After breakfast you have a game drive through Queen Elizabeth National Park to the Ishasha
sector in the south area of the park in search of the tree climbing lions. In Ishasha there are
different prides of lions that climb the trees daily. Queen Elizabeth National Park is one of the
best places in Uganda to see the tree climbing lions. The other attraction of Ishasha are the Topis,
not found anywhere else in this Park.
Later you will leave Queen Elizabeth National Park and head towards Bwindi. The scenic route
runs through a verdant countryside with traditional homesteads and farms.
Bwindi Impenetrable is a unique jungle, with many monkey species and is one of the few places
in the world where you can find Mountain Gorillas!

Day 6: Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National park.
Another highlight of your safari is meeting with the gentle giants of Bwindi! Hikers will
especially love the tracking in the beautiful ecosystem of the park. You will trek through the
beautiful nature and spend one hour with the gorillas, a truly unforgettable experience. This
Impenetrable Forest is also full of birds, butterflies and plant species plus forest hog, forest
elephants, statungas and dikers.
In the afternoon, you can choose to have a guided village walk for a closer meeting with the local
community (Batwa group of people) and learn about their way of living as you walk through
coffee, tea and banana plantations or you can relax at your lodge.

Day 7: Bwindi to Lake Bunyonyi.
After breakfast you will depart to Lake Bunyonyi, the deepest lake in Uganda. This area is often
called “Little Switzerland of Uganda” and boosts one of the most beautiful parts of the country.
After you arrive, relax at your lodge or go for a canoe trip while you watch the beautiful sunset.
After the challenging and strenuous hike in Bwindi, some relaxing moments on the shores of this
peaceful lake are most welcomed. The options here are birding, nature walks, swimming or

Day 8: Lake Bunyonyi to Kampala / Airport.
Enjoy breakfast at the lodge then depart Lake Bunyonyi for Kampala driving through Enengo
gorge – an extension of the East African Rift Valley. Enjoy the scenic views of hills, cattle
farms, and tea and banana plantations.
Enriched with an experience of a lifetime and unforgettable memories you will say goodbye to
the Pearl of Africa after a stop at the equator. Depending on the time of departure you will be
transferred to the airport for your flight back home. We are looking forward to seeing you again!