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Uganda Fly-in Safari - Fly in Wildlife safari Gorilla trek chimps Safari - 14 Days

Gorillas and Wildlfe Safaris Hall of Fame Trip Advisor RecommendedThe "Best of Uganda Fly in Safari - Flying to Wildlife safari Gorilla trek chimps Safari - 14 Days" is meticulously designed for you to enjoy the best of Uganda's wildlife safari without the hustle of enduring long bumpy road drives. We have put in our best to ensure you get the most comfort while doing game drives, primate treks, and boat trips. From Entebbe, you fly to Murchison Falls National Park for more wildlife safaris and a boat trip to the magnificent Murchison Falls, and then to Kibale National Park for chimpanzee tracking and other 11 primates' experience, then the special African BIG 5 wildlife safari experiences in Queen Elizabeth National Park, the tree-climbing lions in Ishasha Sector. We also have the life-changing gorilla tracking in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, golden monkey tracking in Mgahings Gorilla National Park, Batwa pygmy tribe experience, canoeing on Lake Bunyonyi, and finally more BIG-5 Wildlife experiences in Lake Mburo National Park before flying back to Entebbe Airport on Day 14.

The lodges for this Uganda fly-in wildlife safari are appointed just for that purpose  - comfort in the wild! We work with most lodges to deliver a customized experience for each of our clients.

In the parks and in-between flights, we have our jeeps/land cruisers for all the groundwork. The safari guides arranged for this safari are some of the best knowledge you could get for the parks you will find them.

Flying some or even all legs of your safari is a great way to reduce travel time, especially for those planning a safari within limited time frames.

On your Uganda fly-in safari, we hope you will be able to spot more lions, leopards, buffalo, giraffes, elephants, hyenas, rhinos, zebra, warthog, and primates like mountain gorillas, chimps, monkeys, and many others.

Brief  Program for Uganda Fly-in Safari - Fly Wildlife safari Gorilla trek chimps Safari - 14 Days

  • Day 1: Start Uganda fly-in safari with a flight from Entebbe (or Kajansi) to Murchison Falls National Park's Pakuba Airstrip. The flight departs at 12.00 p.m.
  • Day 2: Game drives, boat safari in Murchison Falls National Park looking for lions,  leopards, buffalo, giraffes, elephants, hyenas, rhinos, zebra, warthog, etc. Boat trip on River Nile to the base of Murchison Falls.
  • Day 3: Fly in safari to Kasese, onward transfer to Kibale National Park
  • Day 4: Chimpanzee tracking in Kibale National Park, afternoon primates walk in Bigodi Wetland Sanctuary
  • Day 5: 2 hours drive to Queen Elizabeth National Park, game drives in the afternoon
  • Day 6: Safari in Queen Elizabeth National Park  looking for lions,  leopards, buffalo, giraffes, elephants, hyenas, rhinos, zebra, warthog
  • Day 7: Game drives in Ishasha Sector for  tree-climbing lions, elephants, and plenty of other wildlife; 
  • Day 8: Flight transfer from Kihihi Airstrip (07:00 a.m.) near Ishasha to Kisoro Airstrip, 45-minute transfer to Bwindi Impenetrable Forest. Batwa Pygmies experience in the afternoon.
  • Day 9: Gorilla trekking in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park
  • Day 10: Golden Monkey tracking in Mgahinga Gorilla National Park
  • Day 11: Lake Bunyonyi
  • Day 12: Canoeing on Lake Bunyonyi, transfer to Lake Mburo National Park
  • Day 13: Lake Mburo National Park
  • Day 14: Transfer to Mbarara Airstrip for flight to Entebbe International Airport, departure back home; or check the options below here for extensions to Rwanda, Tanzania 

Best of Uganda Fly in Safari - Flying to Wildlife safari Gorilla trek chimps Safari - 14 Days

Day 1: Start Best of Uganda Fly-in Safari from Entebbe with a Flight to Murchison Falls National Park

On this day, your flight to Murchison Falls National Park shall be departing at 12:00 PM. Your check-in is at 11 AM. The flight shall be landing at Pakuba Airstrip at 1 PM. Our safari/ tour guide shall then pick you up and first take you to the lodge for checking in and a lunch break.

Later in the afternoon, we shall be on a boat cruise to the foot of Murchison Falls. The Murchison Falls boat trip along the Nile is often cited as being the highlight of a trip to Murchison since it allows you to get up close and personal with the animals. Along this stretch of the river, there are reported to be around 4,000 hippos in addition to some enormous Nile crocodiles. The birdlife is stunning with brightly colored kingfishers and bee-eaters darting along the riverbanks. If lucky, you may see the rare and prehistoric-looking shoebill, which is a cross between the dodo and a dinosaur.

The boat takes you to the base of the falls which only adds to their impressiveness. The Murchison Falls is, by all means, a world wonder. At this point, you will see how the entire River Nile waters squeeze through a narrow passage of fewer than 7 meters radius while plunging over a 40-meter depth. This one rare creation wonder, so amazing and so wonderful to behold. You will be blown away by the awesome scenery as you appreciate the natural wonder only in Uganda (and this is partly the reason why Uganda is referred to as the Pearl of Africa. When Sir Winston Churchill visited the falls in 1907, he advised that "Ten pounds would throw an iron bridge across the river at this point." Needless to say, a footbridge was built in 1960 (we can't really ascertain how much it cost though). The bridge provided superb views into the chasm for close to two years before being washed off during the famous 1962 floods. A single concrete pillar still remains to show for this ten pounds bridge.

While there, you could actually choose to hike to the top of the falls (which costs USD20 extra) but you need to arrange with your tour guide to meet you on the other side of the river. Otherwise, you can just remain on the boat for the splendid return cruise back. Hiking to Baker's point takes about 15 minutes to the top and rewards you with marvelous views of the Murchison Gorge and a secondary waterfall, Uhuru Falls.

Murchison Falls National Park is the largest in Uganda at 3,840 square kilometers. Here is the awe-inspiring Murchison Falls where the River Nile hurls itself in convulsions through a narrow crevice and then plunges 40 meters in one breathtaking leap.

The park has a variety of vegetation ranging from riparian forests and swamplands to broad savannah and provides visitors the opportunity of seeing large concentrations of wildlife including lion, leopard, civet, hyena, elephant, giraffe, buffalo, hippo, crocodile, a host of smaller game, small primates and many bird species, including the rare shoebill stork. The park is especially famous for crocodiles and hippos.

Apart from game viewing, the launch trip to the bottom of the falls is another memorable adventure giving you the experience of the mighty Biblical Nile. On the launch trip, you may see schools of crocodiles and hippos basking on the river banks as well as a variety of birds.

Accommodation Options (Full Board)

Up-market: Deluxe tent at Paraa Safari Lodge (or upgrade to Nile Safari Lodge)

Moderate:  Pakuba Lodge

Day 2: Murchison Falls National Park - Safari Game drives and boat safari

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Boat Trip to the Bottom of Murchison Falls

After breakfast head to the Delta in search of bird life and enjoy the game drive to look for lions, giraffes, herds of elephants, buffaloes, and many more. 

We will then go for an afternoon boat cruise to the foot of Murchison Falls. This boat trip along the Nile is often cited as being the highlight of a trip to Murchison since it allows you to get up close and personal with the animals. Along this stretch of the river, there are reported to be around 4,000 hippos in addition to some enormous Nile crocodiles. The birdlife is stunning with brightly colored kingfishers and bee-eaters darting along the riverbanks. If lucky, you may see the rare and prehistoric-looking shoebill, which is a cross between the dodo and a dinosaur. The boat takes you to the base of the falls which only adds to their impressiveness. 

Accommodation Options (Full Board)

Up-market: Cottage at Murchison River Lodge Paraa Safari Lodge

Moderate: Fort Murchison Lodge | Pakuba Lodge

Day 3: Fly in to Kibale from Pakuba  via Kasese

Leave Murchison Falls National Park for Kibale Forest National Park via the Lake Albert escarpment, having a good view of the lake. 

You will literally be flying along the Nile River but at a very low altitude which allows you a fabulous game-viewing opportunity. At the later part of this flight, we shall be flying towards the mystical Rwenzori Mountain Range and finally land at Kasese airstrip – please keep an eye out for the most amazing views of the farmlands, rivers, savannahs, evergreen forests, and crater lakes.

At Kasese Airstrip, we have our safari guide waiting to receive you. before you proceed to Fort Portal driving through the shadow of the fabled "Mountains of the Moon." Head out to Kibale forest driving through farmlands and homesteads.  In the afternoon, you have an option to take a bird walk around the lodge. Meals and Overnight accommodation included. 

Accommodation Options (Full Board)

Upscale: Ndali LodgeKyaninga Lodge |  Crater Safari Lodge

Midrange: Isunga Lodge | Chimpanzee Forest Lodge | ensuite tents at Kibale Forest Camp

Day 4: Chimpanzee Tracking in Kibale National Park & Bigodi Wetland Sanctuary

Chimp, Kibale Forest chimpanzee habituation experience gorilla tour uganda

Assemble at Kanyankyu River camp at 08:00 hours to go for the most popular activity in this park which is chimpanzee tracking.

Chimpanzees are man’s closest cousins though they are one of the most threatened primate species. More primates like black and white colobus monkeys, L’Hoest monkeys, grey-cheeked mangabey, red-tailed monkeys, bush babies, pottos, and many bird species like the yellow-spotted nicator, rumped tinker bird, little greenbul, green breasted pitta, the crowned eagle, black bee-eater, and mammals like elephants can be seen in this walk.

Kibale National Park, which averages about 3,300 feet in elevation, is an extension of the great rainforests of central Africa. It is inhabited by three large communities of chimps, each numbering more than 100 individuals. Each community has a complicated social structure. The big adult males dominate the group and defend the community territory against incursions by male outsiders; the females usually wander in small family groups.

Typically, we locate the chimps by listening to their pant-hooting calls, then hustle to the area from which they are calling. We get to observe them as they feed in fruiting trees, lounge, and socialize with each other, or even, occasionally hunt.

In the afternoon we visit a nearby forest swamp that is excellent for viewing primates and other forest animals. At the eastern edge of Kibale Forest is Bigodi Wetland Sanctuary which is maintained by the local community. You will expect birds like the great blue turaco, blue monkeys, baboons, otters, mongoose, bushbucks, bush pigs, and others.

Accommodation Options (Full Board)

Upscale: Ndali LodgeKyaninga Lodge |  Crater Safari Lodge

Midrange: Isunga Lodge | Chimpanzee Forest Lodge | ensuite tents at Kibale Forest Camp

Day 5:  Safari in  Queen Elizabeth National Park

Crater Lake, Uganda tour habituation gorilla primate chimp Queen Elizabeth National Park

Leave the national park after breakfast and drive to Fort Portal.

We incorporate some crater lake hikes into this program. You will be simply amazed by the beauty of these ancient and not ancient crater lakes found in the Fort Portal area.

After you have witnessed all these amazing landscapes, you will be transferred to Queen Elizabeth National Park.

Accommodation Options (Full Board)

Up-market/Luxury: Mweya Safari Lodge | Katara Lodge 

Mid-range: Buffalo Safari Lodge | Ihamba Safari Lodge| Enganzi Lodge |  Bush Lodge 

Meals included: Breakfast, lunch, and dinner

Day 6: Safari in Queen Elizabeth National Park

Uganda gorilla habituation experience, intimate habituation experience for chimps habituation & golden monkey habituation, lions &rhino tracking, Chimp Caregiver.After breakfast, we depart to Queen Elizabeth National Park which is dominated on its northern border by the snow-capped 16,000-foot Rwenzori Mountains - the famed "Mountains of the Moon". This 767-square-mile conservation area is bordered on the northeast by Lake George and on the southwest by Lake Edward; its western border adjoins the Congo Parc du Virunga.

As we drive through the park, expect to spot teeming herds of impala-like Uganda kob, as well as topi, elephant, and Cape buffalo. There are also several soda lakes filling ancient volcanic calderas where flamingos reside seasonally.

In the afternoon we will go on a boat trip along the Kazinga Channel. This gives you the opportunity to view wildlife up close: hippos huff and spray at very close range from the boat, and buffalo linger in the shallows. The shores of the channel are also home to an array of birds including pink-backed pelicans, pied and malachite kingfishers, saddle-billed storks, and many others.

Accommodation Options (Full Board)

Up-market/Luxury: Mweya Safari Lodge | Katara Lodge 

Mid-range: Buffalo Safari Lodge | Ihamba Safari Lodge| Enganzi Lodge |  Bush Lodge 

Meals included: Breakfast, lunch, and dinner

Optional activity: Lion Tracking:

For visitors who yearn to get up close to wild African fauna, a research trip is a rewarding adventure. This new and unique experience allows visitors to actively participate in monitoring some of the lions in the park, using locator devices, learning habituation calls, as well as monitoring weather, surroundings, and behavior. The results are added to researchers’ databases, contributing valuable information to the overall understanding of wildlife ecology - and helping to conserve this wonderful ecosystem. This will as well gives you a 95% chance to see the lions!

The number of people on each outing is limited in order to reduce stress on the animals and to increase the quality of the experience for visitors.

For visitors who yearn to get up close to wild African fauna, a research trip is a rewarding adventure. This new and unique experience allows visitors to actively participate in monitoring some of the exotic birds and mammals that fill the park, using locator devices and learning habituation calls, as well as monitoring weather, surroundings, and behavior. The results are added to researchers’ databases, contributing valuable information to the overall understanding of wildlife ecology - and helping to conserve this wonderful ecosystem.

The experiential tourism activities currently available are Mongoose Tracking, Lion Tracking, Hippo Census, and Bird Counts. The number of people on each outing is limited in order to reduce stress on the animals and to increase the quality of the experience for visitors.

Experiential tours last between one and three hours. They usually take place in the early morning or evening, or occasionally at night. All activities must be booked through the Visitor Information Centre in Mweya at least 24 hours in advance.

 

Costing: $135 US dollars p.p.

Day 7: Tree climbing lions in Ishasha & Maramagambo Forest Bush Walk

Tree climbing lion, Uganda

Another early start for a bushwalk through the Maramagambo Forest.

This is one of the largest forests in Uganda and forms a habitat for a number of primates and forest dwellers. Due to its location, Maramagambo also has a great diversity of butterflies and birds. The walk culminates in a visit to volcanic caves that are home to thousands of bats. Pythons are often observed in the crevices of the bats' caves as they prey on bats. On this walk, you will see the picturesque blue lake Kimeranjojo which got its name after swallowing an elephant. Other trails will lead you to the crater lake and habitats of wild chimps and forest birds.

In the afternoon you will proceed to Ishasha Sector. Drive along the deep and wide dry craters that are occupied by savanna grasses and acacia. The drive takes you through the unique western rift valley escarpment and the (southern part of Queen Elizabeth National Park) Ishasha sector where you will take on yet another game drive in search of tree-climbing lions in the afternoon and evening. 

Accommodation Options (Full Board)

Up-market/Luxury: Ishasha Wilderness Campsite

Mid-range: Enjojo Lodge 

Meals included: Breakfast, lunch, and dinner

Day 8: Flight Transfer to Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, home to the mountain gorillas | Batwa Pygmies Experience

After your breakfast, we will depart Ishasha Sector for Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. The flight to Bwindi departs from Kihihi Airstrip which is about 20 minutes of driving from your lodge/ camp. It departs at 07:00 a.m. and lands at Kisoro Airstrip from where you will meet your safari guide again. You will then first be transferred to your accommodation to check in.

Option 1: Batwa Cultural Experience

In the afternoon, we shall on a one-hour walk along the park boundaries to experience the Batwa Pygmies community.

The Batwa are one of Uganda’s marginalized tribes and are viewed with derision by many. The Batwa have lived their lives to current generations by hunting and gathering in the forest. The visit to the Batwa invariably involves songs and a dance demonstration, and once the music begins you can’t help but notice that they project a genuine pride in themselves. You shall then return to the lodge for lunch and also relax. Enjoy your evening at leisure as you prepare yourselves for the next day’s journey back to Entebbe. The forest itself is lush and green and there are streams running through it.

Option 1: Coffee Tour and Lake Mutanda Canoeing

Through the coffee tour, you will learn how to dig, weed, and harvest organic coffee in a real farming environment. You will get involved and learn about the process from seedlings to the drink/cup. You will be able to take part in picking, pounding, roasting, grinding, and drinking coffee. The skills and knowledge needed by farmers will bring a new appreciation to your coffee-drinking habits. Here you take nothing but the coffee-making experience.

You'll then take on your 2-hour guided canoe challenge on the beautiful calm waters of Lake Mutanda. At the end of the canoe experience, take a walk through the communities and villages of Bwindi outskirts till you meet your driver to transfer you to the hotel.

Accommodation Options (Full Board)

Up-market: Four Gorillas Lodge |  Nkuringo Bwindi Gorilla Lodge

Moderate: Ichumbi Gorilla Lodge | Lake Mulehe Gorilla Lodge | Mutanda Lake Resort

Day 9: Gorilla Trekking in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park

After breakfast, proceed for the morning briefing before enjoying the highlight of the trip - gorilla trekking, which may last the entire day.

We trek through the rainforest and bamboo-covered slopes, accompanied by a guide and trackers, in search of a mountain gorilla family. The walking can sometimes be tough and long, but when you catch a glimpse of the magnificent silverback, any discomforts will be quickly forgotten. When sighted, visitors will be guided to within 6 meters from the gorillas, sit around them for a whole hour while gazing into their big round eyes.

Gorilla trekking is unpredictable. It's difficult to foresee how many hours you will hike. The gorilla excursion can take from 2 up to 8 hours. Expect to walk a long distance in steep and muddy conditions, sometimes with rain overhead, before you encounter any gorillas. A good physical condition is recommended. For conservation purposes, time spent with the gorillas is limited to one hour. A ranger will brief you on how to behave with the gorillas.

Accommodation Options (Full Board)

Up-market: Four Gorillas Lodge |  Nkuringo Bwindi Gorilla Lodge

Moderate: Ichumbi Gorilla Lodge | Lake Mulehe Gorilla Lodge | Mutanda Lake Resort

Day 10: Golden Monkey Tracking in Mgahinga Gorilla National Park

After breakfast, we will trek the scenic Mgahinga Gorilla National Park, and our target this morning will be to track a troop of golden monkeys.

The Golden Monkey may not be the most well-known primate, but is certainly an enjoyable, little creature that is worth visiting. It is a small curious monkey, golden in color and loves to scamper around the trees. Golden monkeys are named after their golden-orange fur, and like mountain gorillas, are also considered endangered species. Conservation efforts have been put in place by the Uganda Wildlife Authority to ensure that the monkeys are protected – especially from poachers.

There is a habituated family of monkeys in Mgahinga, where tourists can track and stay with them for a period of four hours depending on where they nested the previous night and how far it is from the starting point.

It is estimated that Mgahinga Gorilla National Park has between 3000-4000 golden monkeys grouped in troupes of 30s led by a principal adult male. Golden monkeys are primarily to be found in the bamboo forest that skirts the lower slopes of the volcanoes. They are quite more active in the bamboo canopy.  Golden monkeys are opportunistic feeders. What they feed on could be the availability of fruits, leaves of bamboo trees, shoots of bamboo, shrubs, flowers, and invertebrates and these make it to be restricted to the highland forest, mostly the bamboo forest.

Golden monkey tracking starts at Mgahinga Gorilla National Park headquarters at 7:30 a.m. for a pre-tracking briefing (on the dos and don’ts of tracking the golden monkeys). The actual trek begins at 8:00 a.m. Hiking through the forests to sight the golden monkeys is not as strenuous as gorilla trekking because golden monkeys live in lower areas, so tourists do not track for more than 3 hours. When tourists encounter the golden monkey family, they are given one hour to spend with them (to take photographs and observe their behavior). 

Day 11: Lake Bunyonyi, relaxing in the afternoon

After breakfast, we drive to Lake Bunyonyi.

This is a 2 hours drive. Arrive at Bunyonyi early and with great scenic views of the surrounding hills. This lake is located between Kisoro and Kabale in southwestern Uganda close to the border with Rwanda. It’s believed to be the second deepest lake in Africa with a depth between 44m and 900m deep and it's about 7 to 25 km wide. With its freshwater, bilharzia-free, and beautiful landscapes, Lake Bunyonyi is a small paradise for travelers.

Accommodation Options (Full Board)

Up-market: Bird's Nest | Acadia Cottages Lake Bunyonyi

Moderate: Bunyonyi Overland Resort

Day 12: Half Day Canoe Trekking on Lake Bunyonyi, Transfer to Lake Mburo National Park

After meeting our local guide for the day, we are led out for a canoe trek as well as bird watching on the beautiful Lake Bunyonyi, traversing to the gorgeous Kyabahinga peninsula. Here you will be gladly welcomed with songs plus dances by the resident school children. You will enjoy with the locals at least a cup of “Obushera” which is a local brew. You will ascend the Kyabahinga slopes having a wonderful opportunity to enjoy the birdlife and the verdant terrain. The view is very breathtaking! The guide will certainly brief you about the history of the area.
Among the bird species, you will see are the Dusky Turtle Dove, the Handsome Francolin, and Alpine Chat. A renowned herbalist who is a traditional healer -Omugurusi Jeremiah, based on the hilltop will disclose to you some of the secrets about the flora on the tropical highland. 

We shall then have our lunch before driving drive to Lake Mburo, a small but picturesque national park renowned for its herds of antelope and one of the only two Ugandan parks home to Burchell’s zebra. The park is also especially good for acacia-associated birds.

Upon arrival, you will go for the game drive which will give you insights into animal species like the zebras, topes, elephants, elands, impalas, buffaloes, antelopes, and so many others.

Accommodation Options (Full Board)

Luxury: Mihingo Lodge | Mantana Tented Camp 

Medium: Rakobo Rock Lodge | Lake Mburo Safari Lodge

Low Budget: Mburo Eagles Nest | Leopard Camp

Day 13: Lake Mburo National Park - Game Drive, Boat trip

After breakfast, your Uganda safari guide will drive you to the park for a game drive or for a safari walk depending on your interests. A game drive in Lake Mburo National Park will guarantee you herds of giraffes, buffaloes, zebras, impalas, birds and so much more without driving so much.

After lunch and short relaxation, you will be driven to the lake to meet the boat captain of the day who will take you for a two-hour boat excursion. Lake Mburo boat cruise is an opportunity to see hippos, crocodiles, and water birds such as the African fish eagle and the rare African fin foot. Many animals such as buffaloes and antelopes gather here to drink some water so an opportunity to enjoy wildlife, especially marine animals. After your boat cruise, you will retire to your lodge for dinner and overnight.

Accommodation Options (Full Board)

Luxury: Mihingo Lodge | Mantana Tented Camp 

Medium: Rakobo Rock Lodge | Lake Mburo Safari Lodge

Low Budget: Mburo Eagles Nest | Leopard Camp

Day 14: Transfer to Mbarara Airstrip for flight transfer to Entebbe

On this morning we shall depart from Lake Mburo National Park, driving to Mbarara Airstrip for your flight to Entebbe International Airport.  

If you plan to spend additional time in Uganda, this safari can be tailored to your wishes to include some of the many activities available in Entebbe and throughout Uganda. You could explore Kampala; visit Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Sanctuary or the Uganda Wildlife Education Centre; have a luxury sunset boat cruise on Lake Victoria or take a short trip to Jinja, the Adventure center of East Africa, offering grade 5 white water rafting, and quad biking.

Uganda Flying Safari - Fly Wildlife safari Gorilla trek chimps Safari - 14 Days

Your tour cost Includes

  • All domestic flights and accompanying ground transfers in Uganda
  • All accommodation on a full board basis as indicated
  • All transport in a 4WD vehicle customized for safari game viewing
  • Park fees and game drives as indicated on the itinerary
  • Boat trips in Murchison Falls, Kazinga Channel, and Lake Mburo
  • One gorilla tracking permit per person
  • Chimpanzee tracking in Kibale National Park
  • Bottled water in the vehicle
  • The services of a highly skilled English-speaking safari/driver guide
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About the parks in this Uganda Fly-in safari

 

Murchison Falls National Park

Murchison Falls National Park is one of the most spectacular in Uganda, and indeed in the whole of Africa. This is the largest game park in the country (3,840 sq.km.) and has the most intense concentration of animals along the river.

Here is the awe-inspiring Murchison Falls, where the River Nile hurls itself in appalling convulsions through a narrow crevice and then plunges 40 meters in one breathtaking leap. Before the Murchison Falls themselves, in the eastern sector of the park, are the Karuma Falls where the Nile cascades over 23 kilometers of rapids in a breathtaking sight. This is some of the most exciting white water in Africa.

A launch trip upstream to the falls is one of the great experiences in Africa. Elephant, hartebeest, giraffe, buffalo, crocodiles, and countless antelope and birds (including the rare shoebill stork) can be admired at the water's edge as the launch glides along the Murchison Falls National Park, with its variety of vegetation ranging from riparian forests and swamplands to broad savannah, provides the opportunity of seeing many of the animals found in Uganda.

Kibale National Park

Once this tropical rainforest provided a (very substantial) dinner, bed and breakfast for large herds of migrating forest elephants and, even now, the park contains the largest population of this subspecies in Uganda. Although they're rarely seen, and dangerous, the signs of these elephants' presence are abundant.

However, Kibale's claim to fame is its enormous variety of primates and its families of habituated chimpanzees - it's home to an astonishing 12 species of primate and provides one of the highest primate densities in the world. Here, on a daytime or evening guided forest walk, you may find families of chimpanzees and red colobus monkeys chattering and swinging through the ancient forest trees.

The sightings of birds in the forest are no less impressive - there are at least 325 species, many of which are found nowhere else. In addition, there are over 144 species of butterflies.

Queen Elizabeth National Park

The Queen Elizabeth National Park provides an unforgettable and unique experience.

Queen Elizabeth National Park is 1,978 Km2 in area and is situated astride the Equator in the Western Rift Valley of South West Uganda, close to the southern-most tip of the tabled, mist-covered "Mountains of the Moon - Rwenzori Mountains and is contiguous with Virunga National Park in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

It is a region of varied habitats including, open grassland with thickets, thick bush, forest, swamps and lake shore. Queen Elizabeth National Park together with Virunga National Park in (DRC) completely encircles Lake Edward which is connected to Lake George by the Kazinga Channel.

Bwindi Impenetrable National Park

The park is located in southwestern Uganda, covering parts of Rukungiri, Kisoro, and Kabale Districts. It is situated in a hilly countryside that, together with some remnant lowland forest outside the boundary constitutes an important water catchment area for many rivers, supplying the agricultural land of the surrounding region.

Bwindi Impenetrable Forest is a true equatorial jungle, inhabited by four gorilla groups. Amongst the dense vegetation, the colobus monkey jumps from branch to branch, chattering its warning to its fellows hidden by the foliage. Chimpanzees, in families of 20 or 30, make the rounds, searching for fruit and edible plants.

It is situated in a hilly countryside that, together with some remnant lowland forest outside the boundary constitutes an important water catchment area for many rivers, supplying the agricultural land of the surrounding region.

The best time to visit Uganda is late December to late February, and from June to September, as the weather at this time of year is generally dry, and warm. Temperatures average at around 25 degrees Celsius.

 

UGANDA FLY IN SAFARIS BY GORILLAS AND WILDLIFE SAFARIS 

Gorillas and Wildlife Safaris offers flights to the Mountain Gorillas in  Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park, Murchison Falls National Park, Queen Elizabeth National Park, Kidepo Valley National Park, and all major National Parks in East Africa.

Indeed some of Uganda's roads aren't the best for driving while going to your favorite safari destination in Uganda. And some parks are located quite far away from the main International Airport Entebbe. So instead of driving for long hours to your parks, we arrange flights from Entebbe or Kajjansi to the national parks. We have flights to all national parks in Uganda on a daily basis. Some flights are scheduled while others are chartered small aircraft.

Flying to Uganda national parks is now made easier with smaller aircraft getting available. Also, your flying Uganda safari is made easier because of more airstrips getting renovated or opened closer to the national park. We have scheduled gorilla trekking flights from Entebbe Airpot to Bwindi on a daily basis. You can fly from Entebbe to either Kisoro or Kihihi Airstrip from where you are transferred to Bwindi accommodation for your gorilla trekking.  Aerolink, a company based in Entebbe has made flying gorilla treks easier with two daily flights to Bwindi. Also, Fly Uganda now has a daily flight to Bwindi plus chartered flying safaris to other national parks to make your Uganda safari memorable.

How to book Uganda fly in Wildlife safaris

You can easily book your Uganda flying safari by visiting our Uganda fly-in safari packages page or directing contacting our Uganda flights consultant., We shall do our best to get you the most affordable flight rate in all cases and ensure that your tour cost is relatively lower.