Short Uganda Safari
The 04 day trip brings you the highlights of Western Uganda; where the savannah meets the tropical rainforest. Expect to see the most interesting animals of the savannahs: lion, elephant, buffalo, hippo, and leopard) and up to 15 primate species, including chimpanzees
The safari brings you to famous national parks of Western Uganda: Kibale Forest National Park and Queen Elizabeth National Park
After your breakfast, depart in direction of Kibale National Park, have a stopover in Fort Portal, the capital town of Tooro kingdom which lies on the shadow of Rwenzori Mountains, the biggest mountain range in Africa.
Today after your breakfast, morning forest walks in Kibale Forest with many chances of meeting primate species and different birds on the way. Afternoon, transfer to the Queen Elizabeth National Park; on our way we pass the equator.
Early morning game drives experience in the national park, with aim of seeing animals like elephants, buffaloes, spotted hyenas, waterbucks, Ugandan kobs, and if lucky lion and leopard . In the afternoon, take the most exciting 2 hours boat cruise on Kazinga channel, one of the most popular sites in Uganda for its concentration of wildlife and birds.
After breakfast, drive back to Kampala via the wonderful tea and banana plantation of Bushenyi district, have lunch on the way, with the memories of the unique wildlife experience and later, depending on your flight schedule, transfer to the airport for your flight departure
Tour Guide Forum Uganda is a registered association for tour guides and tourist drivers in Uganda.
Their activities include engaging communities, advocating for environmentally sensitive management and more
Uganda Wildlife Authority, (UWA) is Uganda's Government agency responsible for the management and protection of Wildlife in and outside protected areas.
The Association of Uganda Tour Operators (AUTO) is Uganda’s leading tourism trade association
The mandate of the Ministry of Tourism, Wildlife and Heritage (MTWH) is derived from Article 189 and Sixth Schedule the Constitution of the Republic of Uganda (1995), Uganda Wildlife Act Cap 200, Uganda Tourism Act, 2008, Historical Monuments Act 1967, Universities and Other Tertiary Institutions Act, 2006.
Uganda Tourism Board (UTB) is a statutory organisation mandated to promote Uganda as a preferred tourism destination both domestically and internationally