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Adventurer Uganda Gorillas & Game


  • Discover the beauty of Uganda
  • Track the mountain gorillas of Bwindi
  • Explore Lake Mburo on drives & walks
  • Stay in comfortable, stylish safari lodges
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An ultimate 'bucket list' destination, Uganda is fondly known as the Pearl of Africa. Spend six days in the iconic jungle of Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park, the remote home of endangered mountain gorillas made famous by the legendary zoologist Dr Diane Fossey.

Touch down at Entebbe Airport and spend the night at a charming, colonial-era homestead known as The Boma. A quick transfer deposits you in the Bwindi Forest, where you spend two nights and a full day trekking to observe the gorillas. Seeing these large primates in their natural habitat is both a rare privilege and an often emotionally riveting experience that you will remember long after.

After your gorilla trek, the savannah of Lake Mburo National Park beckons. Located near Entebbe, the park is home to a rich variety of wildlife and over 350 bird species. Together with other lakes in the area, Mburo forms a massive wetland system linked by a papyrus swamp and lined with lush woodland and rocky ridges. It is a bountiful gem of a park to be explore on game drives and guided walks, providing an excellent balance to trekking on foot through the dense tropical forests of Bwindi.


  • Tour Duration: 6 Days

Accommodations Visited

Bwindi National Park, Uganda

Mahogany Springs

2 Nights
Newly launch air safaris take Uganda to another level - experience the contrasts & diversity from the air, without the long road transfers, easily visit the major game parks & encounter the endangered mountain gorillas.
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Day 1: Arrive in Entebbe

Entebbe, Uganda
Detailed breakdown

Day 1: Arrive in Entebbe | 1 Night

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Entebbe, Uganda

You are met on arrival and transferred to Entebbe's original and most exclusive hotel, The Boma. This colonial-era homestead is set in tropical gardens in a leafy suburb and combines essential modern comforts with the charm and character of an original 1940s home. Known for warm hospitality and excellent food, The Boma’s tasteful décor and flower-filled yard combine to create an intimate atmosphere. Your room is comfortable and decorated in an attractive fusion of British colonial furnishings and contemporary African fabrics.

Spend the day exploring the city of Entebbe or relax in the gorgeous garden, soaking up the views of Lake Victoria.

Days 2-3: Trek with the gorillas of Bwindi | 2 Nights

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Bwindi National Park, Uganda

After an early breakfast, catch a flight to Kihihi Airstrip in western Uganda. A road transfer delivers you to Mahogany Springs in Bwindi National Park in time for lunch - the kitchen serves up cuisine inspired by global flavours and seasonal, local ingredients.

Dramatic architecture and unpretentious décor combine to create an enchanting setting. A magnificent terrace stretches around the front of the lodge providing panoramic views over the surrounding jungle. After settling in, the rest of the afternoon is yours to enjoy, relaxing the comfortable lounge or heading out on a guided nature walk. It is well worth dragging yourself away from the views to the resident pastry chef’s afternoon tea, which features fresh cakes and biscuits.

In the morning, you set out to track the gorillas after a detailed briefing by your game ranger. Be aware that it may be a long trek up and down the hills, through tea plantations and amongst dense jungle foliage before you find the group. As you seek out the gorillas, keep an eye on the abundant birdlife, which includes many beautiful endemic species, such as Wilcock's honey-guide that are near impossible to see anywhere else.

The day can be a long and active one, but once you come across the gorillas, every effort will be worthwhile. Many travellers struggle to put into words the experience of observing these primates up close in their natural habitat. Watch them sleep, eat and play together; you may even catch a glimpse of the silverback! For an hour or so, you are aware that as you witness these creatures, they are also observing you.

You trek to meet Bwindi’s endangered mountain gorillas is undoubtedly a once-in-a-lifetime experience.

Day 4: Game viewing in Lake Mburo | 1 Night

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After a bountiful breakfast, your return to Entebbe and a road transfer to the picturesque Lake Mburo National Park and Lake Mburo Camp for one night.

Set in open woodland near the summit of a hill, this classic tented camp is simply furnished, comfortable and an ideal overnight stop from which to explore the park. The staff are personable and the lovely stone and thatch dining and bar area is dotted with inviting sofas, altogether creating a very homely, convivial atmosphere. Your tent is set on wooden platforms with a private deck looking out over the acacia woodland and Lake Mburo below. The en suite bathroom has a flush toilet, hot bucket showers and flasks of water next to the handbasins.

Spend your time exploring the park on game drives, guided walking safaris and boat trips on Lake Mburo. The woodland habitat supports almost 70 mammal species, including Burchell’s zebra, eland and oribi. Predators include leopard and hyena. Although previously extinct in the area, lion have recently been spotted here. Over 350 bird species have been recorded in the Park, including the red-faced barbet, which is only seen in Lake Mburo, and the endemic African finfoot. Lake Mburo may be one of Uganda's smallest national parks, but it is a convenient and truly charming stopover offering plenty to see and do.

Day 5: Return to Entebbe | 1 Night

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Entebbe, Uganda

After guided walk in the expert care of a park ranger, you return to the lodge for a delicious breakfast. A road transfer brings you back to Entebbe and The Boma.

Day 6: Ending in Entebbe

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After a typically tasty breakfast, you depart The Boma for Entebbe International Airport and your journey home.

You may leave a sliver of your heart behind in the wild paradise you have explored. It echoes in the brooding eyes of a silverback gorilla, the scent of wild basil, and the bright flashes of tropical birds winging through the canopy. Your stories and photographs bear testimony to the extraordinary landscapes, the warmhearted people, and the thrill of unspoiled wildlife that you have witnessed.

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  • AMREF Flying Doctors insurance
  • Airport transfers
  • Domestic flight by Aerolink per 11-seater Caravan
  • Entrance and ranger fees for the national parks
  • Game drive in Lake Mburo National Park
  • Ground transport in a private 4WD safari vehicle for day 4 and 5 including an experienced English speaking driver/guide
  • Guided forest walk in Bwindi National Park
  • Meet with gorillas - the gentle giants of Bwindi (excluding Gorilla permit)
  • Ranger-guided nature walk in Lake Mburo National Park
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  • International flights
  • Airport taxes
  • All meals and drinks not specified
  • Tips and gratuities
  • Items of a personal nature