4 Days Uganda Jungle Safari Lake Mburo & Bwindi Forest.

Day 1: Kampala to Lake Mburo National park
After breakfast to drive to Lake Mburo National park along the Masaka-Mbarara road. Lake Mburo a small Savannah parks with numerous antelopes, zebras, hyenas and Giraffes, plus plenty of bird especially on the lake shores. Bushback Lake MburoYou will arrive in the aprk in the afternoon and there you will have your lunch after which you will have a boat ride on the lake itself. This boat ride rewards you with sights of various animals such as Hippos and giant crocodiles, plus birds. Dine and slumber at Arcadia Cottages or Rwonyo camp.

Day 2: Lake Mburo to Bwindi Impenetrable Forest
After breakfast you will have an early 3 to 4 hours game drive to see animals such as antelopes, hyenas, zebras and Giraffes. Later return for breakfast at the lodge, after which drive to the renowned Bwindi Impenetrable national Park mostly famed because of its resident mountain gorillas even though there are other animals and a profusion of birds that make this forest their home.  In the evening you will arrive in the park and there you will dine and spend the night at the Gorilla resort or in the Buhoma community Bandas.

Day 3: Gorilla tracking in Bwindi forest
Following an early breakfast you will head to the park headquarters where you will be briefed before going gorilla trekking. The trek takes anything between 2 and 8 hours basing on how far the gorillas have moved. Trekking requires physical fitness since at times it may be really tiring. Finally coming face to face with these gorillas is a very memorable experience as you will take photos of them feeding, playing and caring for each other. Dine and spend the night at the Gorilla resort or in the Buhoma community Bandas.

Forest walk BwindiDay 4: Day forest walk – Departure
You will have an early forest walk or alternatively have a community walk right after breakfast. Later in the morning you will drive back to Kampala and be transferred to the airport for your departure flight.  This will mark the end our 4 days safari.