Honeymooners – Lovely lodges across Uganda’s hotspots
Photographers – A great combination of primate trekking and safari
Families – Children under 15 are permitted on gorilla treks
BEST TIME TO GO
High Season⊕: June to September and December to January
Green Season⊕: March to May and September to November
Bwindi and the Batwa, Kibale and chimps, the Ishasha plains and predators: this 10-day itinerary idea picks and chooses the best of Uganda to give safari lovers a thrilling time. Even better, it adds gorilla trekking amid one of Africa’s most incredible rainforests with stays at lodges and camps that are very comfortable without being extravagant.
Because Uganda is a relatively small country, this itinerary includes road transfers between Kibale Forest, Queen Elizabeth National Park and Bwindi Impenetrable Forest. Not only does travelling by vehicle give you time to digest all you’ve just experienced but it also allows your insights into bustling village life. A highlight is definitely getting the de rigueur snapshot at the world-famous monument marking the equator!
9 Nights / 10 Days
Kibale National Park, Uganda
Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda
Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, Uganda