Gorilla trekking is such an amazing experience that most visitors like to do. On this seven days
Uganda gorilla tracking and wildlife safari, you will travel across the beautiful national parks of
Uganda such as Queen Elizabeth National Park, Bwindi impenetrable national Park, Lake Mburo
National Park and too you will have a chance to look at the once forest inhabitants, the Batwa
You will do activities like game drives in Queen Elizabeth National Park and Lake Mburo
National Park, you will also do a boat cruise at Kazinga channel and Lake Mburo. Not only the
above activities, but you will also do the most selling activity, gorilla trekking and birding and on
your last day, you will visit Kampala capital city after which you will fly back home.

Detailed itinerary
Day 1: Arrival at the airport and transfer to Queen Elizabeth National Park
Arrive at the airport from where you will be welcomed by our company representative together
with your driver-guide who will brief you shortly about the Safari. The briefing will mainly
consist of the dos and don’ts to follow while on your safari and after you will drive heading to
Queen Elizabeth National Park. You will have your first stopover in Mubende town where you
buy some refreshments and snacks and then proceed with the journey having your second
stopover in Fort portal where you will get your lunch at one of the hotels in the city and continue
with the journey to Queen Elizabeth National Park as you have a look of the beautiful ranges of
the mighty Rwenzori mountains which is one of the highest mountains in Uganda and Africa in
particular. You can optionally drive to the equator for photos arriving at your booked lodge late
in the evening for your dinner and rest.
Day 2: Morning boat cruise and evening game drive
Wake up early in the morning and be served your delicious morning breakfast and after drive and
head for a morning boat cruise which in most cases is done on the Kazinga channel. On this
cruise, you will have a high chance of spotting animals such as hippos, crocodiles, and leopards
which come to drink water. Drive back to your lodge for lunch
Having done with your lunch, drive heading for your evening game drive in the Ishasha sector
where you will have a look at the rare tree-climbing lions lazily hanging in tree branches. Not
only the above, but you will also have a look at large herds of Uganda kobs and after driving
back to your lodge for dinner and a night stay
Day 3: Transfer to Bwindi impenetrable national Park and Birding

Be served with your morning breakfast at your lodge and then drive heading to Bwindi
impenetrable national Park a journey taking 1-2 hours. Have your lunch and in the evening, you
will be given a bird guide who will take you for birding at the edge of the park as you stretch
yourselves. You will be in a position of seeing many bird species since the park is well blessed
with over 330 bird species. Some of the birds are short-tailed warblers, African broadbill blue-
headed sunbirds and many more. Drive back to your lodge for dinner and rest.
Day 4: Gorilla trekking and Batwa experience
Enjoy your morning breakfast and head for the activity which you have been waiting for. Gorilla
trekking is one of the interesting activities done by most visitors who visit Uganda. Drive to the
park headquarters where you will be given a permit for trekking and go to the starting point
where you will meet your ranger guide who will give you a short description of the activity.
After you will set off and start looking for these endangered mountain gorillas. 
You can opt to hire a porter who will carry your bags, binoculars and other equipment because
these animals tend to move high distances in mountains looking for food hence calling you to
come with hiking shoes and enough drinking water to aid you in case of thirsty. Trekking
normally takes 4-8 hours depending on the movements of these animals and immediately after
you reach them, you are given an hour in their presence as you are taking photos and videos and
seeing how they play with each other. After trekking goes to the headquarters for your gorilla
trekking certificate and then drive back to your lodge waiting for the next activity in the evening.
In the evening, you will be led by a Twa guide who will shortly brief you about the experience.
He will tell you about their way of life and after a group of Batwa will entertain you inform of
songs, dances and art. After the experience, you may decide to buy some locally made crafts of
Batwa like bags and other souvenirs for remembrance. Drive back to your lodge and have your
dinner and rest
Day 5: Transfer to Lake Mburo National Park
Be served with your morning breakfast and head to Lake Mburo National Park a journey taking
5-6 hours. Upon reaching the park, you will have a stopover in Mbarara city where you will buy
some snacks and drinks and then proceed with your journey Arriving late in the evening and
have enough rest from a long journey as you are preparing for your dinner.
Day 6: Morning game drive and evening boat cruise
Wake up early in the morning to catch up with time and have your breakfast at your lodge after
driving heading to lake Mburo National Park headquarters where you will be given a ranger
guide who take you for a game drive in the park. While in this park you will have high chances
of spotting wild animals such as stripped zebras, Rothschild’s giraffes, leopards, hyenas and

many more animals. Drive back to your lodge for lunch as you prepare for your next activity in
the evening.
After your lunch, you will drive back to the park for an evening boat cruise which is mostly done
on lake Mburo. While on this cruise, you will spot aquatic animals such as hippopotamus,
crocodiles, cobras and some water birds like pelican doves, shoebills, herons and fish eagles.
Drive back to the lodge for your dinner and night stay.
Day 7: City tour and departure
Since this is the last day of your seven days Uganda gorilla trekking and wildlife safari, you will
wake up early in the morning and have your well-served morning breakfast after which you will
drive to Kampala for a city tour. While on your way to the city, you will have a stopover at the
equator in Kayabwe for you to take photos of two parts of the world these are the south and north
After reaching the city, you will drive through the city where you will explore many interesting
things such as markets like Nakasero which is the oldest market in Uganda, and religious places
like Namugongo martyrs shrine where over 20 Ugandan Christians were burnt by Kabaka
Mwanga of Buganda. After the city tour, you will drive to Entebbe international airport and then
fly back home.