4 Days Lake Mburo National Park Safari
The four-day safari brings you to Kibale Forest National Park, known as the “World’s Primate City.” Kibale National Park is home to one of Uganda’s most beautiful and diverse stretches of tropical woodland, interspersed with patches of grassland and marsh that occupy the park’s northern and central areas.
The park is well-known for its chimps, as well as the other primates. It is also one of Uganda’s most significant birding regions. You will have the opportunity to see the majesty of the craters that dot the landscape.
Day 1: Arrival at the airport
When you arrive at Entebbe International Airport, a Milele Safaris Uganda representative will greet you and take you to your lodge. He’ll give you an overview of the trip, and you can ask him any questions you have about Uganda.
Day 2: Transfer to Kibale National Park for a trip to the Equator.
Eat breakfast first thing in the morning. We depart at 7:00 a.m. for “the world’s primate capital.” Taking the Kampala-Masaka high road then stopping at the Equator.
You’ll have a picture opportunity here, as well as the opportunity to see the experiments that show you’re the center of the universe.
After that, we’ll drive to Mbarara, where we’ll have lunch, through the Ankole-Masaka dry corridor. We reach Fort Portal by way of Mbarara, Ibanda, and Kamwenge.
Check into your cabin and spend the evening photographing the area’s stunning scenery and craters.
Day 3: Monitoring/Tracking chimps and a stroll across Bigodi Wetland
Early in the morning, eat tea, and head to Kanyanchu for a pre-chimp monitoring briefing at the Kibale Forest National Park visitors’ centre.
Join the forest around 8:00 a.m. to search for chimps and other primates. In the park, you’ll enjoy a picnic lunch. Chimpanzee monitoring is well-known in the park.
Kibale National Park is recognized since the world’s Primates Capital, as it is home to 13 different primate types. The park is home to around 1500 of the country’s 5000 chimps, as well as 375 and 250 bird and butterfly species, as well as 70 mammal species.
You travel to the local Bigodi Wetland Sanctuary for a nature walk and a group tour after monitoring. A nearby women’s association operates a craft shop.
Day 4: Return to Kampala/Entebbe
After an early breakfast, go on a half-day cultural tour to the Toro Kingdom residence, the Karambi Royal tombs, and the “amabeere ganyina mwiru.” After lunch, head to Kampala to finalize your travel arrangements.
End of Safari.