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Ssese Island Safari ,Lake Mburo National Park Kampala & Jinja tour trip
7 Days Uganda tours

Day 0ne: Kampala-Lake Mburo National Park
You will depart Kampala at 0730hrs by road and head to Lake Mburo National Park with a quick stop at the famed Uganda equator for refreshments, souvenirs and pictures then proceed through the magnificent banana plantations, amazing panoramic view and the traditional Ankole cattle. Arrive in time for Lunch after which you will go for a boat ride that may be rewarded with a glance of the crocodiles and hippos plus a variety of water birds for bird lovers like pelicans, herons, fish eagles, the rare shoe bill stork and many more. Dine and sleep at your lodge

Day Two: Game drive and nature walk
Go for an early morning drive where you may see Leopards, the Jackals, Hyenas, Impala, Elands, Zebras, Buffaloes, Topis, Bush backs, Water backs, and more.  You will go for a nature walk before you embark on the journey to Kampala in the afternoon.

Day Three: Transfer to Ssese Islands
Leave Kampala at noon to be in time for the ferry at Nakiwogo, travel by ferry to Bugala Islands. These islands are well known for their Caribbean like feel and they will offer you the sight of splendid white sand beaches and sky blue waters. The island residents include vervet and Colobus monkeys, a variety of bird species and scores of butterflies. Dinner and over night at your Lodge

Day Four: Ssese Islands
After breakfast, participate in any of the activities on the island which include bird watching, Swimming & sun bathing, Sport fishing, forest and nature walks around the island, boat rides but all activities are optional.  Retire to your Hotel/Lodge for Dinner and Overnight.

Day Five: Transfer to Kampala
After breakfast, transfer by boat to Entebbe at 8.00 o’clock where you will be met by one of our company Guide to be driven back to Kampala for Dinner and overnight at your Lodge.

Day Six: Kampala City Tour
Wake up in time for breakfast after which you will visit the following tourist attractions of Kasubi tombs, Uganda museum, Bahai house of worship in Kanyanya, Ndere cultural centre for the culture museum and Uganda martyrs shrine Namugongo. The day ends at the African Village on Buganda Road where Uganda’s and African culture is summarized in Art and Craft.

 Day Seven: Jinja Tour
Head east for Jinja in the morning with a quick stop at Mabira Forest, continue to Jinja. Visit the source of the Nile and Bujagali falls where the courageous ones will go for ½ day white water rafting or Bungee jumping after which you will head back to Kampala with a stop at Ssezibwa falls.

gorilla safari

Gorilla Safari

Uganda is blessed once again in a row, after the Lions received early this year there is yet another contribution to our rich wildlife from our Kenya Wildlife partners. Kenya is to move some of its Rhinos to 4 countries of Uganda, Burundi, Ethiopia, and Rwanda in an effort to conserve the huge creatures. |

Chimpanzee tours

Uganda is blessed once again in a row, after the Lions received early this year there is yet another contribution to our rich wildlife from our Kenya Wildlife partners. Kenya is to move some of its Rhinos to 4 countries of Uganda, Burundi, Ethiopia, and Rwanda in an effort to conserve the huge creatures. |
Chimpanzee tours

gorilla safari

Gorilla Safari

Uganda is blessed once again in a row, after the Lions received early this year there is yet another contribution to our rich wildlife from our Kenya Wildlife partners. Kenya is to move some of its Rhinos to 4 countries of Uganda, Burundi, Ethiopia, and Rwanda in an effort to conserve the huge creatures. |

 

 

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its Rhinos to poaching and war in the 1970s and 80s. Like the White Rhino the black Rhino is also almost facing extinction which is the main reason why Kenya is distributing some among 4 neighboring countries to encourage rebreeding so that the Rhino populations can increase.Uganda is blessed once again in a row, after the Lions received early this year there is yet another contribution to our rich wildlife from our Kenya Wildlife partners. Kenya is to move some of its Rhinos to 4 countries of Uganda, Burundi, Ethiopia, and Rwanda in an effort to conserve the huge creatures. Kenya is blessed with 603 of the 709 rhinos in eastern Africa and Tanzania has almost all the remaining rhinos.

Uganda lost a very significant number of its Rhinos to poaching and war in the 1970s and 80s. Like the White Rhino the black Rhino is also almost facing extinction which is the main reason why Kenya is distributing some among 4 neighboring countries to encourage rebreeding so that the Rhino populations can increase.