8 Days - Queen Elizabeth National Park trail
Day 6: Sabyinyo Volcano hiking Adventure
The hiking trek to Mt. Sabyinyo takes place on the Uganda side of the volcano, in the present day Mgahinga Gorilla National Park. The thrilling hike takes about 6-9 hours and there is no maximum limit of the people who can hike the volcano in a single day
Day 8: Transfer to Kampala/Entebbe
Day 1: Transfer from Kampala to Queen Elizabeth National Park
Queen Elizabeth National Park is Uganda's most visited national park. The park is famous for its stunning savanna, a home range for different species of wildlife. There are lions, buffalo, elephants and many other animals species. In the southern sector of Ishasha, you will find the only tree climbing lions in East Africa.
Day 2: Kasenyi plains game drive & boat trip
You will start the day with early morning breakfast at the lodge. Afterwards we proceed to the famed Kasenyi plains of Queen Elizabeth National Park to spot various species of wild animals. Kasenyi plains dwell in the vast savannahs of the Albertine rift in Queen Elizabeth National Park. It will be a morning full of adventure! Expect to encounter lions, herds of buffalos, elephants, Uganda kobs, topi, and bushbucks. While it is not guaranteed to spot the "Big Five" in the park, on a luck day you may site leopards to make it the "Big Four". We will return to the lodge for lunch. After lunch, join the Kazinga channel boat cruise for an afternoon of wild game viewing. You will spot crocodiles, buffaloes, elephants, and a wide range of bird species on the channel waters.
Day 3: Game drive in Ishasha sector of QENP for tree climbing Lions
We will drive through the Ishasha sector of Queen Elizabeth National Park popularly known for the tree climbing lions. Unlike their counterparts at the Kasenyi plains, the lions at Ishasha have found way to climb the fig trees in a way to enjoy the warm temperatures available in the park. While the sighting of the tree climbing lions is not 100% guaranteed, Ishasha is worth a visit.
Day 4: Canoe Trekking at Lake Bunyonyi
Considered one of the deepest lakes in Africa, Lake Bunyonyi is a fresh water body located about 400kms south of Kampala and about 4hrs drive from Kigali, Rwanda. The lake is located in the present day Kabale district and is surrounded by farming communities. Lake Bunyonyi lies in the valleys of the Kigezi highlands with a number of terraced hills adding to the scenic beauty of this popular lake.
Day 5: Transfer to Kisoro
We will drive from Lake Bunyonyi to Kisoro via the Kigezi highlands of southwestern Uganda
Day 7: Gorilla tracking in Bwindi
The gorilla tracking in Bwindi will start very early in the morning after breakfast.