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 Travel highlights
Thrilling boat cruise in queen
Game drive
Gorilla trekking
Climbing lions
Gorillas in Uganda which is so far the best activity in Africa. With the minimum of 400 mountain gorillas population which is more than a half of the entire population(880)of which twelve group is habituated for trekking in Bwindi impenetrable national park ,making the ultimate Uganda gorilla safari destination. This gorilla safari destination positioned in the south west of Uganda stretching over a geographical coverage of 321nsq.km standing at the evaluation of 1160-2,607 km above sea level. Impenetrable National park com Park comprises of 32,092 appearing as one of the largest East African areas that still feature Afro montane Lowland forest which is credited to have survived the last ice age making it an ideal. Habitat for a myriad of Species and noted to have the great density of trees at its respective average in the whole of East Africa.  The diversity of Bwindi Impenetrable National Park can be witnessed in the range of Species that it supports. There are more than 163 species of trees, over 140 Species of fern along with other Sixteen (16) Species of this flora is limited to south west of Uganda including Lavoa Swynnertonii which is threatened globally. The forest also supports 214 species of birds, 7 species of diurnal primates, over 120 species of mammals and 202 butterfly Species.  Significantly to note is that Bwindi Impenetrable National Park is a habitat nine (9) globally threatened including the mountain gorilla, Host monkey. Common chimpanzee, African giant swallowtail, Chaplin, flycatcher, African green Broadbill.
Lions climb trees to escape pesky Bites, spot #prey and any intruders, seek shade, a habit passed on to the future generation unlike other cats, lions are very social animals. They live in groups, called #prides, of around 30 lions. A pride consists of up to three males, a dozen related females, and their cubs or lioness. The size of the pride is determined by the availability of food and water. If resources are scarce, the pride becomes smaller. Pride Members keep track of one another by roaring. Both males and females have a very powerful roar that can be heard up to 8 km away .Males and females take on very different roles in the pride. Male lions spend their time guarding their territory and their cubs. They maintain the boundaries of their territory, which can be as large as 260 sq. km, by roaring, marking it with urine, and chasing off intruders. Their thick manes, a unique trait to male lions, protect their necks when they fight with challengers. Female lions are the primary hunters of the group. They are smaller and more agile than males. But since their prey is still generally faster than them, they use teamwork to bring an animal down. Fanning out, they form a semicircle, with the smaller, weaker lionesses herding the prey towards the center. Then the stronger females knock the animal down and make the kill. Lions usually hunt at night. Their prey includes antelopes, buffaloes, zebras, young elephant’s rhinos, hippos, wild hogs, crocodiles and giraffes. But they also sometimes eat smaller prey like mice, birds, #hares, lizards, and tortoises. They are not above stealing kills from other carnivores, like hyenas, wild dogs, cheetahs, and #leopards, or scavenging spoiled meat. After a successful hunt, all the lions in the pride share the meal. But there is a pecking order, with the adult males taking first claim followed by the lionesses and finally the cubs Uganda’s famous tree-climbing lions of the Ishasha sector are found in large fig trees in the remote southern extremity of the park. These tree-dwelling lions prey on the Topi, Uganda Kob, and Cape buffalo which graze Ishasha beautiful acacia studded savanna. Though climbing trees is not common behavior amongst most lions, the lions in this area are regularly found off the ground, they climb to escape tsetse flies and other pesky bites, to seek out shade in the sweltering African heat, to get a bird’s eye view of any intruders in their surroundings (territory) and any potential prey Lastly young lions see older lions climb trees and copy the behavior so the habit remains in that pride. And like any skill, the more.
You will meet a company representative with a tag of trip care adventures tag, he will then  drive to a hotel in Entebbe as you relax and wait for tomorrow’s flight to kisoro, during this period you can do some shopping. Dinner and overnight shall be at a luxury protea hotel
Accommodation: Protea hotel (luxury hotel)
Meal plan: Lunch and dinner
You will meet our driver guide at the agreed meeting point at the hotel where you slept. Then embark into a nine hours’ drive to Queen Elizabeth national park with the first stop in Mubende for road side barbeque and drinks. Then shall stop in for fort portal for lunch; proceed to the second last stop in Mweya at the equator. You will take photos and the check in to the hotel dinner and overnight at a booked hotel.
Meal plan: Breakfast, lunch and dinner
Accommodation: Mweya safari lodge
We shall start the day with an early game drive around Kasenyi plains; this will last for 3 to 4 hours, return for a late sweet breakfast. You will relax and wait for lunch followed by an afternoon recreation launch cruise that gives you the best chance to cruise just a few meters away from the highest hippo concentration in the world along with Nile crocodiles and wallowing buffalos while elephants linger on the shoreline of the Kazinga channel which is about 32km long adjoining lake Edward and lake George. This lasts for approximately 2 hours. Return to the lodge, relax wait for dinner and overnight
Optional activities: Nature walk @15$p.p
Meal plan: Breakfast, lunch and dinner
Accommodation: Mweya safari lodge

Breakfast followed by a game drive to the Ishasha sector of the park in search for the rear tree climbing lions, this game drive might take the whole day so you will have packed lunch with you. You have higher chances of seeing countless herds of Uganda kobs, herds of cape buffaloes, great herds of elephants, the defassa waterbucks and vervet monkeys spotted within the transit to Ishasha. In the late evening after the search of the tree climbing lions, you will be transferred to Bwindi which is a one and a half hour drive from Queen Elizabeth to Buhoma Bwindi headquarters. Following arrival from the prolonged and tiresome game drive and transfer, refreshments will be served, relax and wait for your dinner and overnight at the safari lodge.
Meal Plan: Breakfast, lunch and dinner
Accommodation: Gorilla safari lodge

In the morning, you will have you breakfast  and with packed lunch, you will move to Buhoma briefing Centre for tracking rules and guide lines, following briefing, a porter will be assigned to you, to help you carry your baggage for a convenient gorilla tracking. Gorilla tracking starts at exactly 8:00 am and it can last for a whole day depending on the time spent trekking, once a complete gorilla family is found, you will spend a full hour with them observing. This is indeed an extraordinary feeling being with these beautiful yet endangered creatures. The afternoon is free for you to enjoy other activities and excursions on offer in and around the national park like beautiful dances of the Batwa people, plays, storytelling and others to keep you entertained.  Dinner and overnight at a camp / lodge.
Gorilla permit is US$600 P.P
Accommodation: Gorilla safari lodge
Meal plan: Breakfast, lunch and dinner
In the morning after breakfast, you will drive back to Kampala or Entebbe (Entebbe International Airport (EBB)) with an en-route stopover in Mbarara town for lunch and a brief stop at equator line crossing area for a photo opportunity and a bit of souvenir shopping. The accommodation for tonight is not inclusive in the program. If you wish to depart tonight from Entebbe International Airport, we shall then make sure you get there early in time.
Transport in a 4WD Toyota Vehicle
all fuel for the tour
Accommodation as listed in the itinerary; 
Meals according to the itinerary
all activities described in the itinerary; 
1 gorilla permit per person (US$ 600)
International air fares 
Entry visa Uganda 
Meals that are not part of your accommodation; 
A porter for during the gorilla tracking (someone who carries your daypack); 
Personal (medical/travel) insurance; 
Government tax or park fees increase; 
Tips and gratuities to rangers, driver/guide, porter, hotel staff, etc.
All expenses of personal nature (e.g. drinks, laundry, optional activities, souvenirs etc.)
Please Note:
In case the mentioned lodges are not available during the requested period, we will do our best to book a lodge in the same class for you (of course we will only do this after consulting you). It is not possible to ‘reserve’ gorilla and chimpanzee permits so we will buy them only after your booking and down payment. Permits also depend on availability.
Since Gorillas are wild animals Gorilla trekking doesn’t 100% guarantee you seeing the gorillas although chances of seeing them are about 98% 
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