uganda safaris




  • Stop Over at Equator crossing
  • Wildlife and Bird watching
  • Beautiful butterflies in the thick forest
  • Nature walk
  • Cultural visits
  • Chimpanzee tracking
  • Queen Elabeth anational park
  • Boat cruise on the Nile and Kazinga Channel
  • Beautiful lanscapes on our way.


  • Transfer to/from Entebbe Airport
  • Ground transport per private 4WD safari vehicle
  • English speaking tour guide/driver
  • Accommodation as mentioned in the itinerary, based on a shared twin/double room
  • Meals as described in the itinerary
  • Bottled mineral water in the safari vehicle
  • Entrance fees and ranger fees for national parks
  • Activities and excursions mentioned in the program
  • VAT for hotels and lodges metioned in the itinerary


4 days African safari is 4 days / 3 nights Uganda tour offering the breath taking Chimpanzee tracking in Kibale Forest National Park, and a unique Uganda wildlife safari in Queen Elizabeth National  Park, a visit at the Equator and a traditional cultural meal experience at Igongo Cultural Center coupled with amazing game scenery- that makes it a highlight of a true African safari in Uganda.

This 4 days African safari takes us toKibale Forest National Park, possibly the best place in the world to track wild chimpanzees before moving to Queen Elizabeth National Park for the opportunity to see the rare tree-climbing lions, Leopards, Elephants, Buffalos and much more as the checklist of mammals reach 95 species. Here you’ll also enjoy a boat on the Kazinga Chanel that will take you close-up to the largest concentration of hippos in the world and several of the park’s 610 bird species.

 Day 1: Transfer to Kibale Forest National Park

Day 2: Chimpanzee tracking in Kibale and transfer to Queen Elizabeth NP.

Day 3: Morning game drive, afternoon Kazinga Channel boat cruise & evening game drive

Day 4: Drive back to Kampala with a stop at Igongo Cultural Centre a traditional lunch & at the equator for photo shoots and water experiments.

4 Days African Safari in Details.

Day 3: Transfer to Kibale National Park.

We’ll have an early morning breakfast at around 7.00 am and embark on a 315km (about 7 hours) drive to Kibale National Park. We’ll enjoy the wonderful scenery along the way: Albertine rift valley sceneries including the Lake Albert itself, the Butiaba escarpments; good views of rural landscapes, en route towns, forests both natural and plantation. We’ll have a lunch stop in Hoima after which we’ll continue with our drive to Kibale, arriving in the evening for relaxation, dinner and overnight

The 795kmKibale National Park is a natural habitat that boasts one of the highest density and diversity of primates in Africa. It is a popular destination for those looking for a close encounter with our closest non-human relatives, Chimpanzees. Beside chimps, Kibale contains 12 other primate species the rare L’Hoest’s monkeys, the acrobatic Black-and-white colobus, Grey-cheeked mangabeys, Blue monkeys, Olive baboons, red-tailed monkeys, Uganda red colobus, Pottos and Bushbabies. There are 70 mammal species, 375 bird species, 250 species of butterflies and 351 species of trees. 


Luxury/Upmarket: – Kyaninga Lodge/Primate Lodge Kibale

Midrange/Standard: – Chimpanzee Forest Guesthouse

Budget/Basic: – Chimpanzee Forest Guesthouse

Meal Plan: – Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 2: Chimpanzee tracking in Kibale & transfer to Queen Elizabeth NP.

After an early morning breakfast (at around 6.30 am), we’ll drive to Kanyanchu Visitor Centre where you’ll meet the excellent local ranger guide who will lead you into the magnificent rainforest of Kibale on your unforgettable trek in search of the incredible wild Chimpanzees (our closest known relatives). The morning Chimpanzee tracking experience starts at 8 am. In fact, beforehand you’ll be given an informative talk on tracking etiquette after which you’ll embark on a search for these intelligent great apes.

Kibale’s chimps have been tracked since 1993 and there are over 95% chances of locating some of Kibale’s 1500 Chimpanzees. The trek to see these intelligent apes lasts between 2-5 hours. Contact time with chimpanzees is limited to one hour; group size is limited to 6 visitors and participants must be aged 12 or over. As you track Chimpanzees, you’ll encounter a myriad of other primates and birds such as Green-breasted Pitta, African pitta, Africa grey parrot, Afep pigeon, Crowned eagle, Black-bee-eater, Cassin’s spinetail, White-naped pigeon, Little greenbul, Purple-breasted sunbird and Blue-breasted kingfisher, to name a few.

Once the chimpanzees are located, will watch them go about their daily routine in peace. Viewing them as they munch fruit, swinging in trees, socializing, patrolling, mating and making hooting calls is an unforgettable experience that you will treasure forever. You are free to take photos but keep the flash off. After utilizing your one hour, you’ll have a picnic lunch and return to the starting point for short relaxation and preparation for another activity. In the afternoon, you embark on a 157km (2 – 3 hours) drive to Queen Elizabeth National Park, enjoying the amazing views of Rwenzori Mountains dubbed the legendary Mountains of the moon by rising to 5,109m above sea level.


Upmarket/Luxury: Mweya Safari Lodge

Midrange/Standard: Enganzi Game Lodge/Bush lodge

Budget / Basic: Park View Safari Lodge

Meal Plan: – Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

 Day 3: Morning Game Drive, Afternoon Kazinga Channel Boat Cruise & Evening Game Drive.

After an early morning breakfast (at around 6.30 am), we’ll embark on a 3-4 hours game driver in the scenic savannah plains of the Kasenyi sector of Queen Elizabeth Park in search of wildlife including Elephants, Buffalos, Lions, Leopards, Hyenas, Waterbucks, Bushbucks, Warthogs, Giant forest hogs, Uganda kobs, Hippos and various smaller creatures. This section of the park, aside from the fantastic wildlife, is also one of the prettiest, particularly in the golden light of the morning.

Although the major attraction for us is of course the mammals, birding within the Queen Elizabeth National Park is superb with over 600 species of birds recorded. We’ll certainly spend some time ticking a good number of special species including Grey crowned crane, Red-throated spurfowl, Yellow-throated longclaw, White-backed vulture, White-headed vulture, Palm-nut vulture, hooded vulture, Flappet lark, Long-crested Eagle, Black-bellied bustard, sitting cisticola, African Skimmer and Brown Snake Eagle, to name just a few. After our game drive, we’ll return to the lodge for relaxation and lunch. In the afternoon, we drive to Mweya Jetty for another remarkable, unforgettable activity planned; the 2-hour boat trip on the 40 Kazinga channel which is home to the largest concentration of Hippos in the world.

You’ll also be fascinated by the large numbers of Crocodiles, Elephants, Buffalos on the shore along with numerous waterbirds including African Open-billed, Yellow-billed, Saddle-billed and Marabou Storks, Pink-backed pelicans, African spoonbills, Water Thick-knee, Swamp Flycatcher and Lesser Swamp Warbler as well as several species of Gulls, Terns. Retreat from the activity and do a game drive along the channel track as you connect to the lodge for overnight. 


Upmarket/Luxury: Mweya Safari Lodge

Midrange/Standard: Enganzi Game Lodge/Bush lodge

Budget/Basic: Park View Safari Lodge

Meal Plan: – Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner 

Day 4: Transfer to Kampala/Entebbe airport

After breakfast, embark on the transfer back to Kampala 370km about 7 hours’ drive. we drive through impressive south western Uganda landscapes of Bushenyi with extensive banana plantation and cattle farms.

A lunch stop will be made at Igongo Cultural Centre and another stop at Uganda Equator Crossing Kayabwe 77km to Kampala and have time to explore this significant geographical site – the Sun’s way and the point of separation between the northern and southern hemisphere. A well-interpreted water experiment is performed to show the separation of these two poles.

Meal Plan: – Breakfast & Lunch

End of 4 Days African Safari


  • Visa fees
  • international flights
  • Laundry services
  • Gorilla Permits
  • Items of personal nature
  • Optional activities
  • Tips and gratuities
  • Other beverages/drinks not mentioned in the itinerary
  • Any other extras not mentioned in the itinerary


15 Days Western Uganda

15 days / 14 Nights in the wilderness. Fort portal enroute kasese. Hot springs, crater lakes, gorillas, chimpanzee, wildlife and boat cruise

4 Days Queen Elizabeth Park

4 days / 3 nights in Queen Elizabeth National park. game drive and boat cruise, elephants, lions, hippos, buffalos, antelops and a numaber of bird species.

4 Days Murchison

Spend 4 days and 3 nights in Murchison falls national park. Visit to the bottom and top of water falls, game drive and boat cruise on the Nile, wildlife

4 Days Gorilla Special

Spend 4 days and 3 nights in Bwindi National Park tracking Gorillas, cultural safari, nature walks and bird watching experience.