6 Days Best of Uganda

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In these 6 days you will explore Queen Elizabeth National Park, and Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, The tour covers Kampala city on the last day where we explore the truth about the Uganda martyrs and the Buganda Kingdom.


  • Entebbe 
  • Queen Elizabeth national park
  • Bwindi Impenetrable Forest national Park
Day 1 :

Arrival at Entebbe International airport. After clearing with customs, you will be warmly welcomed by a representative and a guide from Safari Chapter who will then transfer you to your hotel in Entebbe. Overnight at Protea Hotel Entebbe (BB).

This is a beautiful place at the banks of Lake Victoria, a home away from home. At 2 friends, excellence service, comfortable rooms and cozy atmosphere is what they offer. Your comfort is assuredly taken care of. Its location is convenient for an easy access to Kampala and the best spots around Entebbe. only 10minutes away from the Entebbe international airport.

Day 2 :
Queen Elizabeth National Park – (About 7hours And 372kms)

This day after an early morning breakfast, you will embark on a journey to Queen Elizabeth national park. This park was named after the Queen Elizabeth 11 of Great Britain then. It is the second largest national park in Uganda after Murchison falls.it boasts some of the most magnificent views in the western arm of the great rift valley and gushes with the remarkable ecosystems from semi-deciduous tropical forest, savannah, swamp, wildlife including the chimpanzees in the Kyambura gorge, and the famous tree-climbing lions in the Ishasha sector of the park. Upon arrival, you will have lunch and then have a boat ride to the Kazinga channel that separates the lakes George and Edward. This water system has the highest concentration of hippos and many other water-body animals. Overnight at Twin lakes safari lodge. (LDBB)

Is a mid-range lodge intimately located just outside the park Queen Elizabeth at 270 kilometers above the plains. Its beautiful surroundings boast a number of wildlife, birds, and culture with breathtaking views of the Rwenzori Mountain ranges and crater lakes.

Day 3 :
Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. (About 4 Hours And 130 Kms)

This day after breakfast you shall have an early morning game drive that will take you through to your way to Bwindi where you will spend two nights as well as experiencing the unique panoramic views of the Kigezi, on your way you will encounter the beautiful scenic volcanoes of the Virunga. Bwindi is the home to the mountain gorillas although it has other primates like the colobus monkeys, chimpanzees and many bird species and its notable for 340 mountain gorillas.
Overnight at Rushaga Gorilla Lodge (LDBB).

This lodge is located in the southern sector of Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, only 10 minutes’ walk to the park Rushaga tracking gate. It is also close to Nyakagezi and Nkuringo tracking gates. The lodge has several amenities to make in place and this gives its visitors a memorable and comfortable stay. There is a range of options from Luxury cottages to standard rooms. The lodge also has ample parking space that can accommodate all vehicles even on full house. Close to the lodge is the Batwa community and some craft shops where you can buy accessories to also support the them. While here, one can choose to visit Lake Bunyonyi or even go for Golden tracking in Mgahinga national park.

Day 4 :
Bwindi Impenetrable National Park.

Today after an energizing breakfast, you will have a once in a lifetime experience of gorilla trekking, you will report to the ranger station before 8am for registration and briefing by on of the rangers about the best trekking behavior, the guides will then lead you through the undergrowth, parting thick creepers, to track the gorillas.

The trek can take anywhere from I hour and a half to 7 hours. A reasonable degree of fitness is required as well as a sturdy pair of walking boots. Later in the evening you visit the first people of the forest-Batwa. (Optional) These are the pygmies and are the first inhabitants of the forest over the years. They were hunters and gatherers and lived in the forest in harmony with nature. Overnight at Rushaga Gorilla Lodge (LDBB).

Day 5 :
Bwindi-Mbarara/Emburara Farm Lodge (About 6hours And 250kms)

This day after a refreshing breakfast, you will get on your way to Mbarara. On your way, you will have scenic views of the great volcanoes of the Virunga amidst the mist to Mbarara to Emburara farm lodge where you will spend a night. Emburara farm is the best place for traditional tea making. At this farm, guests go experience and taste the African tea traditionally made and how it’s got from the long-horned cows in the process called milking and many other activities like ghee making, smoking milking cans and cleaning them. Overnight at Emburara Farm Lodge (LDBB).

Day 6 :

After breakfast, your guide will take you a game drive that will take you through the park, on your way, you will have a lunch break at the equator. Equator stopover is a classic spot for pictures and souvenirs and experiencing the two sides of the hemispheres.
Later in the afternoon, you will transfer to Entebbe city for a city tour as you await your international flight back home out of Entebbe international airport.

  • Gorilla permits (One per person, non-resident)
  • Park fees (For non-residents)
  • All activities (Unless labeled as optional)
  • Meals (As specified in the day-by-day section)
  • All accommodation (Unless listed as upgrade)
  • Drinking water (On all days)
  • Addition Nights pre /post accommodation
  • Other meals
  • Premium drinks tips and gratuities
  • Internet and phone
  • Optional Activities
  • Departure tax
  • Personal Insurance
  • Items of a personal nature;
  • International flights
  • Visa not stated as included in the itinerary