Day 6: Hot Springs in Semliki & Amabere Ga Nyina Mwiru
After an early breakfast with your packed lunches, drive to Semliki driving along the lower ranges of the
Rwenzori Mountains. Here you will take a walk around the Hot springs and try out boiling an egg in the hot water.
There after drive back up to Amabere ga Nyina Mwiru where you will learn a lot about the area and there after,
hike the hills around to see a few crater lakes as you get the history of Tooro Kingdom. Retire back to Fort Portal
for a hot shower and dinner.
Dinner and Overnight at The Dutchess. Full Board
Day 7: Transfer to Queen Elizabeth National Park
After breakfast, transfer to Queen Elizabeth National Park driving along the foothills of the Rwenzori Mountains
crossing the Equator. Game drive en-route to accommodation. The park, which is named after Queen Elizabeth who
visited it in 1954, is the second largest national park in Uganda, and ranks highest with respect to overall
diversity, with a bird species list exceeding 600. The park has a mosaic of habitats from moist forest at
Imaramagambo to wild savannah excellent for Lions, Leopards, Elephants, Hyenas, Ugandan Kobs, Baboons, Giant Hogs,
and Warthog among others.
Dinner and Overnight at Enganzi Lodge or Mweya Safari Lodge. Full Board.
Day 8: Game Drive and Boat in Queen Elizabeth National Park
Queen Elizabeth National Park is the second largest national park covering an area of 1978 km2. A cup of tea or
coffee and a muffin at 6:15 am in the lounge and set off for a safari. Lunch at the Lodge and in the afternoon go
for the boat trip on the Kazinga Channel, to see a variety of wildlife, hundreds of hippos, crocodile and bird
life from a boat for two hours. Look out for mammals like Uganda Kob, Bushbuck, Defassa Water buck, Buffaloes,
Elephants, Warthog, when lucky a leopard, spotted Hyena and Lion among others.
Day 9: Drive to Bwindi
After breakfast we will head to Bwindi as you are enjoying the view of the spectacular hills in the southwestern region of Uganda.
We will be staying at Mahogany Springs. Full Board.
Day 10: Gorilla Trekking
Bwindi Impenetrable National Park is one of those nature's unspoiled National Parks found in south western Uganda
covering an area of 331 km2. Bwindi Impenetrable National Park has vast diversity of mammals and birds species
and a home to a number of endangered wildlife species. Bwindi Impenetrable National Park is home to half the world's
rare apes the Mountain Gorillas. Bwindi Impenetrable National Park is the only protected area in the world where
Mountain Gorillas and Chimpanzees live together.
After an early breakfast, start gorilla tracking at 8:00am in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest. We recommend you to wear
good/confortable walking boots and carry good rain gear and enough drinking water. Trekking can be tough and challenging
and so we trust you are in reasonably fit condition. You will carry a picnic lunch with you into the forest and you will
be thrilled to have seen these rare primates (no guarantee) and
the return journey could be easier.
Dinner and Overnight at Mahogany Springs. Full board