On this 7-day National Park trip you will get to know three very different national parks. In the Mburo Lake NP, known for its zebra population, you will take a boat tour on the lake with interesting bird watching. Queen Elizabeth NP offers a boat tour of the Kazinga Channel with its numerous pelicans and hippos. The highlight of this trip is probably chimpanzee trekking in the Kibale Forest NP or bird watching in the Bigodi Wetland Sanctuary.
Day 1: From Entebbe to Mburo Lake NP
You will be picked up from the airport or your hotel in Entebbe and taken to Mburo Lake NP.
Day 2: Mburo Lake NP (boat trip and Game Drive)
At Mburo Lake NP, you will have a guided boat tour and a guided game drive. This national park is known for its zebra population. On the game drive you will be able to enjoy the picturesque landscape with its many hills, rocks and good vantage points.
Day 3: Queen Elizabeth NP (boat trip on the Kazinga Channel)
Visit the most popular park in Uganda with Queen Elizabeth Park. Wide savannah landscape, rainforest, lakes and wetlands characterize this park.
On a guided game drive you can observe the typical animals of the African savannah landscape in addition to Impalas and Uganda Kobs.
During a boat trip on the Kazinga Channel, aquatic animals can be observed up close.
Day 4: Queen Elisabeth NP (to the tree lions in Ishasha)
After the eventful first day of the trip, we drive on the second day to the tree lions in the Ishasha region of the park.
Alternatively, you can go on a trekking tour in the Kyamba Gorge Game Reserve to a chimpanzee group accustomed to humans.
Day 5: Kibale Forest NP (Chimpanzee-Trekking)
In the two-day stay in the Kibale Forest National Park, you will be able to observe many primates and birds. The Kibale Forest National Park has by far the largest primate density. The park is known for its chimpanzee trekking. On an approximately 2-hour guided hike through the forest, you will most likely be able to observe chimpanzees in their natural habitat.
Day 6: Kibale Forest NP (Bigodi Wetland Sanctuary)
On a hike through open grass and marshland, you can expect excellent bird and monkey observation, especially the Colobus monkey.