Gorilla Trekking Chimpanzee Tracking-Tree climbing Lions-Uganda, Gorilla tracking Bwindi Forest to Ishasha Sector-Queen Elisabeth park and Chimp tracking Kibale Forest National Park, we start at Bwindi park headquarters where you will be briefed by the park ranger/guides before you start your gorilla trek in the thick forest of Bwindi for the giant gorillas.
Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park is known for its mountain gorillas, The tracking takes between 1 hour to 8 hours depending on the gorilla’s movement, sometimes it is not easy to tell the time spent while tracking Gorillas because of the unpredictable movement of gorillas, spending time and observing these gentle giant gorillas is a rare moving, indeed lifetime experience, and exciting adventure of your life that will leave you with long-lasting memories of a truly unique experience.
Queen Elisabeth National Park- Ishasha sector for tree climbing lions the only place where you see lions in the trees in East Africa, enjoy the evening game drive, dinner, and overnight at Jungle lodge After breakfast, embark on the game drive which will take you through the Ishasha sector arriving at Queen Elizabeth National Park headquarters in the afternoon.
Have a game drive en route where you might spot game along the way as you transfer to the park headquarters with a chance of sporting tree-climbing lions in the Ishasha sector, In the afternoon enjoy a boat ride on the Kazinga channel that connects lakes Edward and George, this boat launch cruise will reward you with a game like hippos, elephants, buffaloes and birds at the shores of Kazinga Channel connecting both lakes George and Edward.
The activities at Kibale Forest National Park in Uganda begin at 8.00 am with a briefing on the rule of tracking the chimpanzees after the briefing you set off into the forest to search for chimps in the forest of Kibale National Park.
This exercise takes about 4 hours and along the way you find other many primates including Red-Colobus and the Blue-tailed and Red-tailed monkeys, Grey-cheeked Mangabeys, and Photos, swinging in the branches of this thick forest.
A park ranger/guide will give you all informative talks and briefings on the lifestyles of the primates in Kibale Forest and Uganda also you will see many types of plants as well as insects and butterflies in this Kibale forest, after lunch in the afternoon you will go for Bigodi swamp walk. dinner and overnight at Kibale Forest Camp.
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