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sunset cruises - for bird watching, relaxing and sundowners
Muleni Safaris Uganda does organise the above activities on a daily basis. The boat departs from Entebbe at about 4.00 PM and cruises to a local papyrus swamp area known to be inhabited by the shoebill, stork & sitatunga (rare water antelope). Sundowners & snacks are served while enjoying the sunset and then return to Entebbe before dark. The timings on this trip by Muleni Safaris Uganda can be changed to suit the clients interests-eg, bird watching.  Please note: Muleni Safaris Uganda recommends this tour for clients overnighting in EntebbeCost is $275.00 per person - 2 people      Cost is $145.00 per person - 4 people
Cost is $195.00 per person - 3 people      Cost is $115.00 per person – 5+ people
Mabamba wetlands where prolific birdlife exists. Your day includes a boat trip in the papyrus swamps and picnic lunch. Return transfer to your hotel in the afternoon (trip lasts a minimum of six hours). * This is the best excursion to see shoebill storks *
Cost is $365.00 per person - 2 people       Cost is $250.00 per person - 4+ people   
Cost is $275.00 per person - 3 people  
Nile perch between 10-80kgs in weight, the largest fresh water fish in the world, are the main catch. Trolling with lures is the method of fishing used. All the necessary tackle for Nile perch trolling is provided but anglers are free to bring their own equipment. You can also catch Tilapia using fly fishing techniques. Tilapia are about 1-2 kgs.  
For day trips, fishing is done around the local Islands about 45 minutes by speed boat from Entebbe. A six meter sea going ski boat is used, and has a maximum sitting capacity of 4-8 passengers plus skipper.  
Half-day is $375.00 per person x2 minimum including lunch
Full-day is $450.00 per person x2 minimum including lunch
If you would like to visit the Chimp Island, an extra US $45 is charged on the above rates (per person)
Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Sanctuary is situated off the shore of Entebbe on Lake Victoria.  The 100-acre island is tropical-like and is the home to approximately 29 orphaned chimpanzees, which are free to roam the forest being run by the Jane Goodall Foundation. Fast speed boat transfer, and entrance fees for chimp viewing from a feeding platform, is included. (Do not enter enclosure or touch chimps).
Half Day (does not include lunch)          Full Day (lunch is included)
Cost is $335.00 per person – 2 people      Cost is $540.00 per person – 2 people
Cost is $235.00 per person – 3 people      Cost is $375.00 per person – 3 people
Cost is $175.00 per person – 4 people      Cost is $310.00 per person – 4 people
24 hour trip includes meals prepared by the cook, tented accommodation, boat transfers and camping & viewing fees for chimps.  
Cost is $745.00 per person – 2 people
Cost is $725.00 per person – 3 - 4 people
Single Supplement $215.00
Request information on Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Sanctuary from Muleni Safaris Uganda 
Visit the tombs in Kampala, take a bird walk along the shores of Lake Victoria and finish with a tour to the wonderful Botanical gardens where you may see black and white Colobus monkey.  Lunch is included.
Cost is $295.00 per person – 2 people
Cost is $235.00 per person – 3 people
Cost is $195.00 per person – 4 people
Depending on the time available (full or half day), and your particular interest, the Kampala City Tour may comprise a combination of any of the following (Tours do not operate after dark):  
1.    Namugongo Martyr’s Shrine - (8kms east of Kampala).  Commemorating the martyrdom of 22 Christian converts who were burnt alive in 1885 and 1887.
2.    Uganda Museum - (north east Kampala) Displays on Uganda’s history, anthropology and geography, including a unique collection of traditional musical instruments.
3.    Bahai Temple - (6kms north of Kampala).  This is the “mother temple” of Africa – the only temple of this religious sect found in Africa with a panoramic view of Kampala.  Built in approx. 1957.
4.    Craft Market(s) - Two markets available, located behind the National Theatre, and also along Buganda Road.  Local and imported crafts including wooden carvings, baskets, beaded sandals, soapstone, pictures, gifts, greeting cards etc. etc.
5.    Local Market(s) - Visit Nakasero market for an amazing varied display of fresh fruits and vegetables grown in Uganda, or the large, bustling Owino market - the largest market in Kampala selling not only fruit & vegetables and dry foodstuffs but a huge array of second hand clothing, footwear, household goods… anything and everything from a bolt of cloth to a tube of toothpaste! (NB: not for the feint-hearted!  Beware of pick-pockets!)
6.    Makerere University - East Africa’s oldest institution of higher learning.
7.    Nairembe Cathedral (Protestant) - Uganda’s oldest cathedral, built by the first representatives of the Church Missionary Society.  Namirembe, meaning “mother of peace and tranquility” is the name by which both the hill and the Cathedral have come to be known.
8.    Lubaga Cathedral (Catholic) - Roman Catholic church with beautiful architecture.  Archbishop Kiwanuka (the first Archbishop to be ordained in Uganda) is interred here.
9.    Old Kampala Mosque - This is the site where Idi Amin was attempting to build the “largest mosque in Africa”, however the one minaret he built was demolished in recent years and Col. Gadaffi has funded the building of a beautiful, brand new mosque, complete with domes and minarets.  Absolutely stunning at sunrise.
10.    Mulago Hospital - Uganda’s largest teaching hospital.
11.    Kibuli Mosque - (east of Kampala).  Situated on Kibuli hill, this mosque has panoramic views of Kampala.
12.    Shopping Options
i)     Garden City Mall - a variety of shops (Uchumi supermarket, butchers, wines & spirits, clothing, shoes, crafts, sports, bookstore), optician, hairdressers, banks, food court, coffee shops and food bars, cinema, bowling alley, gym. ii)     Kisementi shopping area – supermarkets, crafts, hairdressers, bank, several restaurants and a sports bar.
iii)     Lugogo shopping area – Game store, Shoprite supermarket, opticians, coffee shop, bank.
Most guests enjoy a half-day tour which would include a visit to the Museum, Kasubi Tombs and time to do some shopping. Excludes entrance fees. The full day tour includes lunch.
Half day with private guide and vehicle     $175.00 per person – based on 2 passengers
$125.00 per person – based on 3 passengers  
     $100.00 per person – based on 4+ passengers
Full day with private guide and vehicle     $295.00 per person – based on 2 passengers
$215.00 per person – based on 3 passengers     $175.00 per person – based on 4+ passengers
This a relatively easy walk on a well marked trail with duck boards across the wetter areas. If very wet when visiting, there are rubber boots for hire, mainly for the mud, but should not be necessary in January. Regular hiking boots are generally adequate.
The walk lasts for three to four hours and can be orientated toward birding or primates. Primates generally seen are black and white colobus, red colobus, grey cheeked mangebey, red tailed monkey, L'hoests monkey, vervet monkey and olive baboons. For the keen birder, the walk is very rewarding and even for others some of the birds like great blue turaco and several species of kingfisher are a pleasure to see. This walk also includes cultural aspects of the area, as one is often walking through or near to farm land.
NOTE. This is a local community project.
$55.00 per person (minimum 2 people)  
Forest Walks -
a.  The Muyanga River Trail lies outside the national park and so no guide is required. It takes roughly 30 minutes, starting at the end of Buhoma Road, from where it follows the Bizenga River to its confluence with the Muyanga, before returning to Buhoma Road. Birding can be good in the early morning and late afternoon. This is a non-guided trail and is therefore free of charge.
b.  The Waterfall Trail is best for primate species and general scenery. It takes about 3 hours and leads for 2km along an abandoned road before crossing the Muyanga River several times on the ascent to the 33m-high waterfall. Bathing is permitted at the bottom of the waterfall and often required after the relatively tough hiking. $80.00 per person  
c.  Mazubijiro Loop Trail and Rushara Hill Trail, both take about 3 hours and offer good views across to the
Virunga Mountains. $80.00 per person
d.  The Ivy River Walk is the longest, with duration of 8 hours. This walk leads to the Ivy River on the southern boundary of the park and offers good opportunity for seeing monkeys, duikers and a variety of birds. (Hike from Buhoma to Nkuringo or vice versa, it is not a loop. Maximum 4 people).   
$135.00 per person – based on 2 people
$115.00 per person – based on 3 people      
$100.00 per person – based on 4 people
Cultural Village Visit
You will meet with locals of many different generations and see the way of life in this developing country. One of the highlights of this cultural visit is a visit to a traditional healer from the DRC. He will show how bananas are used for a children’s drink, to make beer and also the local spirit. You will also visit the pygmies who will show you their traditional dancing and are more then willing to talk to you about their life. They will also have on display various handmade crafts for sale.  
$35.00 per person
Batwa Cultural Experience
Spend the day visiting a traditional Batwa homestead and enjoy interacting with the community and learning about their lifestyle and skills.  The walk to the homestead is approximately 1.5 hours there and back.  (Please note – this activity is a full day and may require an additional night be added to your itinerary). $150.00 per person
Visit Bwindi Community Health Center
Bwindi Community Health Center or as it is affectionately know, Dr Scott’s Clinic, was started by US Missionaries in 2003. They came to Uganda with a mission to the Batwa Pygmies who had been evicted from Bwindi Impenetrable Forest after it was gazetted as a National Park in 1991. People from the nearby parishes use the Health Centre for everything: outpatients for all health problems, delivery of babies, vaccinations, treatment of TB and when they become seriously ill and need admission to the wards. Sometimes very sick people are carried for miles on a stretcher by villagers.  Dr Scott’s Clinic is about 2km away from Gorilla Forest Camp and can be walked or you can be transported by you driver/guide.  
A visit to Dr Scott’s Clinic is free of charge and well worth the visit.  
Batwa House Building Program
The Batwa House Building Program is run by Bwindi Community Health Center. It aims to provide permanent homes for the hundreds of Batwa Pygmy families who live on land surrounding Bwindi Impenetrable National Park.  Your donation provides a Batwa Pygmy family with a 15 by 15 foot home. It has a kitchen, living quarters and a tin roof to keep out rain during the wet season. The home is constructed using local techniques and supplies. We highly recommend that you take part in the final stage of construction, the process known as ‘mudding’. This happens after the structure has been built, the tin roof has been secured and reeds have been woven to make frames for the walls.  
For a donation you can provide a Batwa Pygmy family with a permanent home and have an experience to match that of visiting the gorillas. The money you pay covers all the tools, supplies and other expenses involved in building a house (see page for breakdown of costs). If this is booked far enough in advance, the majority of the house will be built before you arrive, so you can take part in the mudding and see its’ completion.  From $495.00 Donation per house
Night Game Drive  
Depart your lodge at approximately 7:00pm and continue to the park with your guide. Experience the thrill of viewing nocturnal animals as they are more active. Return to your lodge at approximately 11:00pm. From $30.00 per vehicle
Lion Tracking with Researcher  
A lion researcher joins your vehicle for a game drive through the Kasenyi area of the park. The game drive is approximately 3-4 hours as the researcher explains in detail the current research occurring in the park including conservation and breeding activities. From $60.00 per person (Operates from Mweya sector lodges only, 2 night stay is recommended)
Early this morning you will be transferred to the launch site. Enjoy tea, coffee and refreshments as the team prepares the balloon. Float over the plains of Queen Elizabeth National Park and admire the herds of buffaloes, elephants and enjoy the serene tranquility of the African bush. The flight is for one hour and the balloon takes its path following the prevailing winds. On landing, enjoy a celebration of sparkling non-alcohol juice and a bush breakfast. Enjoy a game drive back to your camp. $380.00 Per person (2 night stay at Mweya Lodge recommended)
Half-day, full-day and overnight white water rafting excursions are available from Jinja.   
The white water rafting is done in paddle-rafts, each person joins as a member of a team and a professional guide captains the team. Paddlers are instructed comprehensively on how best to enjoy themselves on the water and on all aspects of safety including the use of safety kayaks which accompany every raft trip on the water. The highly trained safety kayakers are world class paddlers who adeptly pilot their kayaks through the rapid ahead of the raft. When the rafts flip upside down or people are washed overboard they are nearby to provide assistance in getting people back to their boats. 
The trip on the water begins slowly and the first few kilometers give the raft guides an opportunity to train everyone on all aspects of Nile rafting. The river becomes much more adventures at Bujagali Falls and one major rapid follows swiftly after another for most of the morning. Once the rafts enter Wildwaters Reserve (protects the unique flora and fauna of the mid-stream islands of the Nile), there is more time between the rough water but the rapids become larger and more spectacular. At Itanda (The Bad Place) the Nile is too powerful for the rafts and so the rafts are taken around the top by land.
The grading of the rapids rafted on this stretch of the Nile range from 1 – 5. At each of the larger (higher graded) rapids you are given the option of whether you want to go the hard way (through the middle) or the easy way (around the edge). The choice is voted on, however, it might not always turn out the way you expected because you (everyone in the raft) if do not paddle in the right direction you may not take the route you wanted.  An overnight in Jinja is required for this excursion.
01  transfer from EBB to Jinja
     o/n Gately on Nile (B,L,D)
02  transfer to launch site for full-day White Water rafting
     Return to lodge
     o/n Gately on Nile (B,L,D)
03  continue on safari
Based on 2 travelers               $1,075.00 Per Person Double
Based on 3 travelers               $   950.00 Per Person Double
Based on 4+ travelers             $   875.00 Per Person Double 
                                             $   150.00 Single Supplement
* If less than 4 people are rafting, a surcharge may apply