Day 1: Kampala.
On arrival at the airport you will go through the immigration formalities then you will be met by our representative and transferred to Kampala for overnight with an optional city tour depending on your arrival time.

Day 2: Kampala/Kibale National Park.
After breakfast you will be picked and depart for Kibale National Park with a stopover at Fort Portal town for lunch. Kibale National Park is home to over 340 different species of birds, more than 1,000 Chimpanzees, 27 species of Frogs & toads and 14 species of snakes. Dinner and overnight at lodge/motel or guest house

Day 3: Kibale National Park
After breakfast proceed of chimpanzee tracking where you will first have a morning briefing by the park ranger then head for a network of shady forest trails in search of the Chimps not forgetting a chance of seeing other primates which include blue-red tailed monkey, gray cheeked mangabey, l'hoestes and red colobus. Lunch will be served and in the afternoon there is an optional visit to Bigodi swamp for bird walking, nature walk not forgetting the primate viewing. Dinner will be served followed by overnight at lodge/motel or guest house.

Day 4: Kibale/ Bwindi Impenetrable National Park
After an early breakfast with lunch en route depart for Ishasha where you will have a chance of seeing tree climbing lions before you will proceed to Bwindi Impenetrable National Park which hosts the third largest forest in Uganda and offers some of the best opportunities for viewing Mountain Gorillas and a variety of primates not forgetting the different species of birds. Dinner and overnight at tented camp/homestead/camp

Day 5: Bwindi Impenetrable National Park
After an early breakfast with picnic lunch proceed for a briefing on Gorillas by the Park Ranger. Afterwards the park ranger will lead you into the impenetrable rain forest while giving you lectures on the Flora and Fauna. Looking deep into the brown eyes of the gentle giants is surely to give you one of the most amazing wildlife encounters of your life. We shall spend an hour with the Gorillas and later return to the tented camp/homestead or camp for dinner and overnight

Day 6: Bwindi/Kampala-Entebbe
After breakfast depart for the Mpigi Royal Drum Makers where we will be able to watch the ceremonial drums being crafted using methods passed down through the generations. With lunch en route, and crossing the equator where you will have a stopover for photography, before you proceed to Kampala or Entebbe where you will arrive in the evening.

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