The 7 day primate safari takes you to different parks where you will carry out gorilla tracking and during the activity you will see different primates, chimpanzee trekking will also give you the opportunity to watch primates, the game drives and boat cruise will also expose you to different primates.
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  • Day 1: Transfer to Bwindi Impenetrable National Park
    Day 2: Gorilla tracking
    Day 3: Transfer to Queen Elizabeth National Park, boat cruise
    Day 4: Game drive, chimp tracking
    Day 5: Transfer to Kibale Forest National Park
    Day 6: Chimp tracking, Nature walks
    Day 7: Transfer back to Kampala

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  • Day 1: Transfer to Bwindi Impenetrable National Park
    On your arrival at the Airport, your safari guide will welcome you and transfer you to Bwindi Impenetrable National Park as he tells you about your safari. This is 11 hours and it has about 559km. You will have lunch en route then dinner and overnight at the same lodge.

     Day 2: Gorilla tracking in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest
    You will have briefing at the park headquarters after breakfast about the gorilla tracking activity. You will head to the forests to look out for the gorillas with the help of the game rangers who will pave you way and scare away the wild animals. You will have to carry packed lunch and water. In the afternoon you can have the batwa cultural experience for a short time where you will see their traditional dances, hear their stories, local food, medicine and all about them. You will have dinner and overnight at the lodge.

    Day 3: Transfer to Queen Elizabeth National Park, boat cruise
    You will have breakfast and then transfer to Queen Elizabeth National Park. This is 150km and it takes 5hours. You will have lunch at the lodge then in the afternoon enjoy the Boat cruise at Kazinga channel. Here you may see crocodiles, hippos, birds, some animals like the buffaloes, giraffes, elephants that may be taking a sip of water. You will have your dinner and overnight at the lodge.

    Day 4: Game drive, chimp tracking
    Early in the morning, you will get to the forest for a game drive where you will catch up with the morning risers like the buffaloes, chimpanzees, zebras, giraffes, baboons, elephants, lions and much more. You will have late breakfast and lunch. In the afternoon you will go to the park headquarters for briefing about chimp trekking. You will then head to kyambura gorge where you will enjoy the presence of the shy primates as you see how they eat, play, and have some photo shoots. You will have dinner and overnight at the same lodge.

    Day 5: Transfer to Kibale Forest National Park
    You will have breakfast and then transfer to Kibale Forest National Park. You will pass via the Ishasha sector to track the tree climbing lions. The journey takes around 157km and it is a 4 hour drive. You will have your lunch en route as you also view different wildlife attractions. You will have dinner and overnight at the lodge.

    Day 6: Chimp tracking, Nature walks
    You will have breakfast and then get briefing about the chimpanzee tracking from the park headquarters. You will then head to the forest to look out for the chimps. You will see how they play, feed, and have their photo shoots. You will come back to the lodge for and in the afternoon enjoy the nature walks in Bigodi swamp where you will see different birds and primates. You will have dinner and overnight at your lodge.

    Day 7: Transfer back to Kampala
    You will have breakfast and then transfer to Kampala or at Entebbe Airport to have your flight back. This takes 7 hours and it is 358km .You will have lunch en route and visit different areas like the drum makers to see how they drums are crafted and used. You will visit the Equator to have some photo shoots which will always remind you of Uganda.

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  • Clouds Mountain Gorilla Lodge
    Clouds Mountain Gorilla lodge is located near the tail head where Nkuringo family gorilla tracking takes place. This is a luxury lodge with 8 cottages and very good facilities given to the tourists. These have double rooms and twin beds with clean cotton sheets and confortable warm duvets. There are private chairs outside the cottages where you can sit and have good views of the bwindi forest, virunga, Rwanda, botanical gardens and others.

    Gorilla Mist Camp
    This camp is not big size but however comfortable. It has 4 thatched roof African cottages having balconies. The rooms have electricity, hot and cold showers and clean facilities offered to tourists while on their safaris in Uganda. The camp caters for luxury, midrange and budget tourists.

    Ruhija Gorilla Friends resort

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    This lodge is a budget facility and its profits help in the well-being of the community and conservation of the area. The camp also promotes the local products produced by the local people, these are bought by the tourists who may want to have memories of Uganda as they get back to their country.
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