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This trip takes you to Uganda’s oldest National parks ( Murchison falls and Queen Elizabeth) Murchison falls national park is Uganda’s largest park (3893sq.km) on the shore of Lake Albert, in northwest Uganda. It’s known for Murchison Falls, where the Victoria Nile River surges through a narrow gap over a massive drop. The park is home to 76 mammal species and over 451 bird species. Queen Elizabeth is the second largest covering 1987sq.km in Western Uganda. The national park is a home of about 95 animals including the big four mammals which are the lions, leopards, elephants, buffaloes and over 600 bird species.
Rhino tracking, top of the falls, game drives, boat cruises
Wake up early, have briefing and set off for the 5 days western Uganda safari. Your guide will drive you to Murchison falls national park having your first stopover at Ziwa Rhino sanctuary in Nakasongola. Have lunch in Masindi and proceed to the park, checkin at your lodge.
Dinner and overnight stay.
Accommodation options: Red chili/pakuba/paraa
Be woken up by the sounds of the jungle, have breakfast and the set off for your morning game drive. Here you will have a chance to spot the Big five (5) like Lions, leopards, elephants, buffaloes and other animals that inhabit the park like Jackson hartebeest, Giraffes, oribis, Uganda kobs and many more plus plenty of bird species.
Be back for lunch and then get ready for the boat cruise on the mighty Nile where you have a chance to spot the giant Nile crocodiles, hippos in their schools and birds on the shores. you could opt to hike to the top of the mighty falls. After that, go back to the hotel for relaxation and dinner.
After breakfast, be prepared for a long journey in the vehicle as you view the countryside through the windows. Check- in t the hotel and have dinner.
Lunch will be enroute
Accommodation options: Pumba/katara lodge/elephant hub/ mweya/kazinga wilderness camp.
Have a morning game drive and start off your game drive to Ishasha sector looking out for tree climbing lions and some other big game of Queen Elizabeth national park like leopards after their night hunt, a variety of antelope species like water bucks, bush bucks, and many bird species inhabited by the park.
In the afternoon you will have a boat cruise on Kazinga channel and be lucky to spot some crocodiles, hippos, monitor lizards and birds at the shores. Have a relaxed evening and overnight.
After enjoying breakfast, your guide will transfer you back to Kampala. You will have a stopover enroute for lunch and then continue to your place of origin.
End of safari