Explore Uganda on 28 Days Uganda Cultural Photography and Wildlife Safari.
We are able you bring you longer days while you explore maximum views of Uganda on a 28 Days Uganda Cultural Photography and Wildlife Safari.
This 28 Days Uganda Cultural Photography and Wildlife Safari will require us to stay longer in the most amazing reserves and meet all the different Cultures and practice different norms to elaborate the ancient Uganda of the 19th Centuries. We welcome you to Africa Uganda the pearl of Beauty Smiles.
Day 1: Arrival at Entebbe and transfer to Kampala/Entebbe
On arrival in Uganda, you will be welcomed at Entebbe International Airport and transfer to your hotel. The tour guide will share with you a short briefing of the next day’s travels and activities
Day 2: Transfer to Lake Mburo and afternoon game drive
Morning drive to the Equator crossing point. We will enjoy a traditional Ugandan meal at a village in the Mpigi district, then depart to Lake Mburo National Park. We will take an evening nature walk in the Savanna’s of the Park.
Day 3: Stay in Lake Mburo visit the Ankole Cultural Museum.
This Mburo national park in the 28 Days Uganda Cultural Photography and Wildlife Safari is a true gem and will give us the opportunity to see large families of giraffes, zebras, olive baboons, many antelope species, and the comical warthogs. Starts the Morning with milking the long-horned Ankole cows.
Have Breakfast and then take a village walk with specific stops in the community. Experience the lifestyle of the people, be part of their farming time, and go to the field with the herdsman.
Accommodation: Mbogo Lodge.
Day 4: Transfer to Nshenyi Cultural Village and learn about the Hima culture of Uganda
When you visit Nshenyi you will get to experience the traditional lifestyle of Banyankole people. Through the various activities, you will immerse yourself in the community through nature walks, visiting homesteads, and learn about the farming tools and techniques passed on through the ages.
You will also visit some of the local schools, walk through the local markets and visit with the Batwa pottery makers. You can also walk along the Kagera River and cross into Tanzania and Rwanda.
Day 5: Transfer to Lake Bunyonyi and relax
Day for relaxation by the lakeside or have a boat trip to the islands including the punishment Island. At the Lodge and while on the boat, you have beautiful views of the terraces and green hills one after another.
Overnight stay: Sharp Island Lodge (FB) / Bird Nest (FB)
Day 6: Transfer to Lake Mutanda and afternoon sundowner boat trip exploring the Islands
Lake Mutanda the splendor and grand design of this piece of the planet gives a glimpse into what heaven could look like. It is indeed breathtaking, picturesque, and soul-replenishing.
One would nominate it for the Biblical Garden of Eden.
A litany of superlatives cannot suffice to give this place a description that it duly deserves. It is simply magnificent and insanely spectacular! I am talking about Lake Mutanda and the panoramic view this pristine lake commands
Day 7: Golden Monkey Tracking
Have breakfast in the morning at the Lodge and drive to Mgahinga National park headquarters for the Golden monkey tracking Experience and later on get back to relax at the Lodge.
Day 8: Visit the Batwa in Mgahinga
The Batwa were the first dwellers of the montane Rainforests of Uganda and Rwanda. They lived in the Rainforests for 0ver 500,000 years without farming, no charcoal making, their shelters did not disturb the environment and there was no destruction of the forest. They simply just lived in harmony with their darling forest, wildlife including the Mountain Gorillas.
Day 9: Gorilla trekking
Have an early breakfast, eat enough to be fit, and don’t get nervous. The guide will take you for a general briefing of the gorillas then set off to the amazing impenetrable forest to track the gorillas and spend time watching them do wonderings of humans bring you memories.
Each gorilla safari encounter is different with its own rewards, but you are likely to enjoy the close view of adults feeding, grooming, and resting as the youngster’s frolic and swing from vines in a delightfully playful display.
Day 10: Transfer to Ishasha and evening game drive
Enjoy a worthwhile game drive in search of the rare tree-climbing lions as the sunsets. Here, there is a pride of lions that climb the trees. Unusual in the lion kingdom!! The other unique animal in Ishasha is the Topi, a very fast runner and cousin to the Tsessebe.
Day 11: Morning game drive and transfer to the north of Queen Elizabeth for an afternoon boat trip
We will have a game drive in the morning. Experience the Boat cruise in the afternoon on the Kazinga Channel up to Lake Edward in view of the mountains of the Congo. The Kazinga Channel is where animals come for a drink and has the biggest gathering of hippo herds in the world.
Day 12: Morning game drive through the craters and transfer to Kibale/fort portal
Transfer to the Kibale National Park with splendid views of the Mountains of the Moon. Along the way, make a stop by the Equator and stand in two hemispheres at the same time. With a Morning Game drive as the sun sets over the savannah and wind down at the lodge overlooking the wilderness or and the Kazinga channel.
Day 13: Chimpanzee trekking and swamp walk
Go on the trails for Chimpanzee tracking on this day. If you are interested in more primates and birds and have the energy for another walk, you can take a nature walk in the Bigodi Swamp. It is also possible to visit the local community or explore the crater lakes.
Overnight stay: Chimpanzee Guest House (BB) / Primate Lodge (FB)
Day 14: Fort Portal Cultural Visit and transfer to Hoima/Lake Albert
After a sumptuous breakfast, we drive further North to Hoima on Lake Albert. The drive passes through villages, picturesque Banana, and tea plantations. You can take a walk around the lodge as the sun sets and enjoy the sights and sounds of the forest or rural way of life. So this Morning makes a stop by the Fort Portal to visit the Toro Palace and the Amabere ga nyina mwiru. and have lunch the lead your way.
Day 15: Transfer to Murchison falls and visit the top of the falls
In the morning, leisurely drive North to Murchison Falls National Park with several stops through the park for photos and wildlife views. Murchison Falls is one of the must-see parks of Uganda.
The main attractions are the birds and animals, the breathtaking waterfalls, and the River Nile as it flows on its journey to the Mediterranean Sea. Then see the top of the falls for an evening.
Day 16: Explore Murchison falls
We have an early morning game drive in the wilderness, as the predators return to their dens. Expect to see, hyenas lions, elephant herds, giraffes, buffaloes, and leopards. Enjoy the afternoon boat trip upstream of the River Nile up to the bottom of the waterfalls. The boat is the ideal place to view and photograph bird species, hippos, and crocodiles as you sail up close to the shores and islands.
Overnight stay: Murchison River Lodge (BB)/ Para Safari Lodge (FB)
Day 18: Explore Murchison Falls. Full day game drives
So this day We will still have an early morning game drive in the wilderness, as the predators return to their dens. Expect to see, hyenas lions, elephant herds, giraffes, buffaloes, and leopards. Get back for Lunch rest for another evening game drive.
Overnight stay: Murchison River Lodge (BB)/ Para Safari Lodge (FB)
Day 19: Transfer to Kidepo
After breakfast, we leave Murchison falls in the morning for Kidepo National Park. We reach Gulu town one of the faster-growing towns of Uganda and have lunch.
Then continue to the next town of Kitgum a small town. as we almost reach Kidepo national park in the evening resting and dinner and overnight.
Day 20: Explore Kidepo game drives
get a cup of coffee and breakfast, then leave for a game drive throughout the area with adequate tracks or circuits. This enables us to view lots of animals at a close range. Get back later for lunch and relax at the lodge. Later onset the lead to an evening safari drive game viewing with superb view south of the park.
Day 21: Game drives in Kidepo
Breakfast, game viewing along river Kidepo meet the sand river in the northern part of the park lined by Borassus palms making it look like an Oasis in the Sahara Dinner overnight
Day 22: Explore the Karamajong villages
Morning and afternoon game drives, then a visit to the Karamojong cultural center located near the park. We will have the opportunity to experience the vibrant traditional dance of the Karamojong ethnic group. They are nomadic pastoralists that have a proud warrior culture.
Day 23: Transfer to Moroto
There are options to choose from among Hiking to mount morungole, community walks, a culture Hike visit to IK people who live in the mountains overnight. Lunch in the town of Moroto, next to Mt. Moroto, then head to Soroti to see Lake Kyoga and the granite rock formations. Overnight stay in the city.
Day 24: Transfer to Sip Falls
We will continue our journey to Sipi to see the magnificent waterfalls found on the foothills of Mt. Elgon. There are 3 waterfalls here, each flowing from a different altitude. Our trip includes a visit to the Arabica coffee farms and a processing center for excellent cups of hot coffee.
Day 25: Explore Sipi falls and does a coffee tour
Explore the Sipi region to see the magnificent waterfalls found on the foothills of Mt. Elgon. There are 3 waterfalls here, each flowing from a different altitude. Our trip includes a visit to the Arabica coffee farms and processing center for excellent cups of hot coffee.
Day 26: Transfer to Jinja
Today we drive through Mbale town and up the hilly Kapchorwa to Jina. We visit the source of the Nile where we take a walk along the Nile. In the afternoon, we can walk around the local communities to see the local way of living. It is also possible to optionally go for kayaking, quad biking, or horse riding.
Day 27: Relax and transfer to Kampala
Wake up leisurely to breakfast and relaxation. have morning opportunities of bicycle riding and We drive can also drive to Mabira forest and sugarcane plantations for ziplining moment. Then Check into Kampala. If it’s a weekend, We go to the Ndere Centre for Cultural Dance.
Day 28: Mabamba swamp and airport transfer
Wake up in the morning, have breakfast, and drive throughout the dirt roads that connect to the Mabamba swamp site. Later Then embark on your journey for lunch or drive back to Entebbe Airport in The Evening.