10. 5 days Kibale Forest NP, Queen Elizabeth NP, Bwindi Forest N
Itinerary Day 1 Entebbe airport to Kibale national park Meet your driver/guide at the airport, embark on a journey of about 335km for about 5-hours to Kibale national park, You will spend your night at the lodge at the national park. Budget Accommodation: kibale forest Camp Meal plan: lunch and dinner Day2 Kibale national park for Chimpanzee trekking With 13 different species, the number and diversity of primates in Kibale National Park is the highest in the whole of Africa. The most popular of these are the chimpanzees with over 1450 individuals living here making it the best destination to enjoy a Chimpanzee Tracking Tour. During your safari tour you see all these primates. In addition, Kibale is home to the uncommon L’Hoest’s monkeys, East Africa’s biggest population of the endangered red colobus monkeys, the black & white colobus, red tailed monkeys, blue monkeys, olive baboons, grey cheeked mangabeys, bush babies as well as potto. After chimpanzee trekking you will proceed to queen Elizabeth which is about 130km and it will take about 2 to 3 hours with a lunch break along the way, upon arrival we shall have an evening boat cruise on the Kazinga Channel, which connects lakes George and Edward see buffalo cooling off in the water along with hippos and crocodiles. You will spend your night at Queen Elizabeth national park. Optional Lion tracking or night game drive at extra cost. Budget accommodation: Engiri game lodge and amp site Meal plan: breakfast, lunch, and dinner Day 3 Queen Elizabeth national park Early morning after your breakfast you will set off from lodge to Bwindi impenetrable national park with your packed lunch, while exploring the Ishasha region which is famous for tree-climbing lions. The drive to Bwindi is about 180km and it takes about 3 hours, you will arrive at the lodge at Bwindi impenetrable national park in the afternoon for your lunch and a rest for the next day gorilla trekking. Accommodation: budget; Bakiga Lodge Day 4 Gorilla trekking at Bwindi national park Today you will set off early after breakfast to the park headquarters, where you will register for your gorilla trek. Once you've been assigned a group you will follow your guide into Bwindi National Park. You start your trek by walking for about four hours before you reach the gorillas. Once you find the first gorilla, you have an hour with them. The hills can be strenuous, but the exhilaration of seeing the gorillas makes it all worthwhile. After the trek, you drive to lake Bunyonyi where you will spend the night. The journey is about 71km, taking about 2hours. Optional Batwa Community Experience and nature walk at extra cost either at Bwindi Forest or Lake Bunyonyi Accommodation at antique cottages lake Bunyonyi Meal plan: breakfast, packed lunch, dinner Day 5 Lake Bunyonyi to Entebbe After breakfast you will a do a boat cruise for 1-2 hours around the islands of lake bunyonyi and then embark on a 462km journey and it will take about 8 hours to reach Entebbe to end your 1178km 5-day tour. Please note drop off at Entebbe is either at the airport for flight check-in or your preferred lodge not included in tour package price unless on special request.