Travelers - Family

Style - Active

Destinations - Uganda

Accommodations - Safari Lodge

Budget - around $10,000 per person

Duration - Less than 10 nights

Month - February

Gateway - Entebbe


Wanting to finally accomplish a lifelong dream of observing the mountain gorillas as the catalyst, this trip consisted of three retired siblings and their significant others. Marking their third safari with Next Adventure, this is their most comprehensive trip yet! The group didn’t let their “mature” age hold them back from embarking on this physically challenging adventure.

Desiring to see chimpanzees as well, we orchestrated a Uganda-only safari for the group. This country is great for those who want to explore beyond the confines of a vehicle because Uganda hosts several opportunities for trekking and walking experiences. They started off in a classic-style safari camp for their Chimp Trek followed by an old-fashion safari lodge right on the Kazinga Channel. Here, they got to enjoy some big game viewing before moving on to the Ishasha Region. Of course, we had to pair their Gorilla Treks with a remarkable accommodation that offered sensational dining, friendly, personal service and breathtaking views. Still, every accommodation is comfy and designed in good taste without being over-the-top in the slightest. These travelers unanimously concluded that though this trip covered a lot of ground and had many strenuous aspects, it was extremely rewarding nonetheless




Itinerary In Brief

Feb 3Arrive at Entebbe International EBB and present or obtain your visa for US $50, (subject to change). Transfer to camp on a bed & breakfast basis (1 night)
Feb 4. Scheduled flight to Kasese. Meet your private guide & vehicle, who will transfer you (about 2 hours) to the Kibale Forest area. Afternoon walk in the Bigodi wetlands. Check into lodge on a fully inclusive basis (2 nights)
Feb 5. Depart early for your chimpanzee trek in Kibale Forest. Time-permitting, your guide can take you for other activities this afternoon or you can relax and enjoy the lodge
Feb 6. Drive to Queen Elizabeth National Park (about 2.5 hours). Game drive and private boat safari on Kazinga Channel. Check-in at lodge (1 night)
Feb 7. Drive to Ishasha area (still in Queen Elizabeth NP), afternoon game drive, check-in to camp (1 night)
Feb 8. Game drives provided by camp
Feb 9. Relaxed departure for drive to southern Bwindi National Park (about 3-4 hours, partly game drive) (3 nights)
Feb 10. Gorilla tracking (Nkuringo region of Bwindi), optional forest walks, community visits or other activities, time-permitting
Feb 11. Gorilla tracking (Rushaga region of Bwindi), optional forest walks, community visits or other activities, time-permitting
Feb 12. Transfer to Kihihi (about 2 hours) for scheduled flight to EBB, afternoon to relax with a room included. Dinner payable direct, if desired. Late-night transfer to Entebbe International Airport for departure (international flights to be arranged or quoted separately)

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