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UGANDA WILDLIFE SCENES WITH MULENI

Muleni Safaris Uganda`s program to Uganda highlights the beauty of this country and its exciting game viewing opportunities. Cruise on the world famous Nile River at Murchison Falls, chimp trekking in Kibale, plains game at Queen Elizabeth National Park and end with the ultimate thrill of gorilla trekking in Bwindi. You drive from park to park with an expert naturalist guide. Accommodations are in stylish lodges and permanent tented camp each with en suite facilities

Day1: Airport Transfer

Our driver/guide will meet you at Entebbe International Airport and will drive you to Entebbe‘s Airport view hotel Entebbe or Cassia lodge Kampala in Kampala. There is a lot to enjoy in Entebbe and the trip will start from here where you will enjoy the sights and sounds of Entebbe town where the Lake Victoria which is one of the largest lakes on Africa Continent is always sighted by tourists with ease. You will relax at your hotel till evening and get ready for dinner and an over night prior to the trip the next day

Expection 

- Airport pick up and transfer to the Hotel

- An over night, Dinner and Breakfast 

- Morning briefing by the Guide 

Day 2 & 3: Murchison Falls National Park.

After breakfast you will depart by road with Muleni Safaris Uganda guide and vehicle. Stop enroute and bird in Budongo Forest or Kaniyo Pabidi. Arrive late afternoon at your lodge (Baker`s Lodge). The highlight of this park is the boat trips available up and down the Nile. You two days exploring the park. Each morning enjoy a game drive and a visit to the top of the Falls. The afternoons include a private boat trip at the base of the Falls

 Murchison Falls National Park
This is the largest park in Uganda and has a large concentration of animals. Start off the day with an early morning game drive on the northern bank of the Nile River with a bigger concentration of game where you will be able to view those animals that are unique to the African Savannah like the giraffe, lion, elephant and the Uganda kob. The bird life is also impressive, with the Eagle being one of the prized sightings and with luck the rare shoebill stork. There is also a variety of vegetation ranging from riparian forests and swamp lands to broad Savannah. After lunch, take a launch cruise upstream to the falls on the Nile River where you will see huge crocodiles, schools of hippos, buffaloes, elephants and a variety of water birds.

Day 4 & 5 - Kibale Forest National Park.
This morning you will drive to Primate lodge in Kibale Forest. You will go via Butiaba Escarpment, birding en-route. You will pass through Fort Portal, forest and tea plantations. Arrive later this afternoon. This park is also excellent for birding. Next morning you will met your guide and enter the forest in search of chimpanzees and ten other primate species including red colobus monkey, blues, red tails and grey-cheeked mangabey. 

 Kibale Forest National Park
After an early breakfast, with local guides trek chimps Kibale National Park nestled in the shadows of the Rwenzori Mountains (the famed mist shrouded “Mountains of the Moon”) Kibale Forest is rich in animal life, including an astonishing 12 species of primates in this park have been recorded, the very localized red colobus and L’Hoest monkeys. Tracking the chimpanzee our 'cousin' is a very interesting experience. The way they feed, climb trees, respond to humans, caring for their young ones leaves an imaginative dream to tell.

In the afternoon visit the surrounding- Bigodi swamp or enjoy unique view of crater lakes and other volcanic features. Drive to Fort Portal town and overnight at Primate Lodge

Day 6 & 7 Queen Elizabeth National Park
After breakfast, drive to fort portal town to see the Toro king’s palace and the renowned Mabere ga nyina mwiru legendary place for the Banyoro tribe one of the tribes of Uganda. Afterwards we shall head to Fort portal town for lunch and proceed to Queen Elizabeth .Arrive in the evening dinner and overnight at ParkView Safari Lodge Kyambura 

Queen Elizabeth National Park
This Park is one of the most outstanding treasures of Uganda, and has been designated a Biosphere Reserve for Humanity under UNESCO auspices. It borders Lake George and Lake Edward as well as Kazinga Channel in the western area of the Great Rift Valley escarpment.

The day begins with an early game drive. There are variety of animals like; lions, buffaloes, elephants, kobs, bushbucks and the rare leopards. Over 500 bird species have been identified here, making it a Mecca for bird-watchers. They include the black bee–eater, 11 different species of kingfisher and several falcons, eagles and other raptors. Take a 3-hour launch cruise on the Kazinga channel in the afternoon. This waterway joins Lakes Edward and George and it is filled with schools of hippos, buffaloes with elephants at the banks. Overnight ParkView Safari Lodge

Day 8: Queen Elizabeth National Park-Kampala/Entebbe

After breakfast visit Kyambura gorge for chimp tracking or go for another early morning game drive that may yield chances to catch up with early riser – predators like lions, leopards, hyenas etc. Return to the lodge for a late breakfast. Proceed to Entebbe Airport for home /out bound flight with stop over at Equator for a photographic moment; view the long horned Ankole cattle in the open savannah grassland. The diver will drop you off at the airport for your flight home