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5 Days/4 Nights Uganda Lake Mburo, gorilla tracking and Queen Elizabeth National Park

5 days in Uganda, Gorilla tracking, visit Lake Mburo National Park and Queen Elizabeth National Park.

Day 1 - Arrival - Lake Mburo National Park

After arriving in Kampala you will drive to Lake Mburo National Park, with only 260 sq km Uganda's smallest national park. The park lies in a far-reaching acacia forest. Besides the large number of impala antelopes other highlights of Lake Mburo are the fourteen other smaller lakes and extensive swamps that make a pretty varied landscape. After lunch you will go on your first cruise. The lake is a safe home for about 300 species of birds, including 60 special water birds like pelican, darter and cormorant. On an early evening game drive you can see zebra and impala, which you can hardly see in other national parks in Uganda. In addition many other species like waterbuck, buffalo, leopard, crocodile and hippo live in this park.

Day 2 - Bwindi Forest National Park

Early morning, you can enjoy a game drive, then proceed to Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park. The rain forest of Bwindi National Park is very old - it has evolved since the last ice age to what it is today. This rain forest is almost impenetrable, hence its name. With a population of about 300 mountain gorillas, the park is home to about half the world's existing gorilllas. Besides the gorillas, there are nine other primate species such as chimpanzees, baboons and Vervet monkeys. The park is home to other species such as forest elephants and various wildcat species.

Day 3 – Gorilla Tracking

After an early breakfast and a short briefing by your ranger you enter the gorilla sanctuary for your adventure The thrill observing these gentle and endangered giants is a wonderful and exciting experience which you will never forget.

Day 4 – Queen Elizabeth National Park

Transfer to Queen Elizabeth National Park and from there further to the Mweya Peninsula. With a little luck you will be able to see the famous tree lions. In the afternoon, enjoy a boat ride on the beautiful Kazinga Channel. Here you can see a variety of birds, hippos and buffaloes. Sometimes other animals such as elephants and zebras come to the channel to quench their thirst. On an evening game drive you can admire the extremely varied scenery of Queen Elizabeth National Park; Savannah alternate with open scrubland, rivers, lakes and craters, as well as wetlands. The diversity of species in the park is equally astounding.

Day 5 – Lake Mburo National Park

After breakfast you will depart for another game drive, which takes you to the park exit and back to Kampala.

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