I want to come with my boyfriend for 5days
your most welcome to uganda you can do 5 days trip and see a lot of wild life.
Day 1 transfer from kla or entebbe to Murchison falls national park do top of the falls and proceed to the lodge of your choice .for over night and dinner.
day 2 morning game drive and boat cruise on River Nile after noon.
day 3 transfer to kibale forest national park
day 4 chimps tracking and bigodi swamp walk.
day 5 transfer back to kampala or Entebbe.Edited: 17 August 2018, 21:21
It all depend on the things you like to do?. adventure.big cats,leisure or relaxing.
Please Catherine!! Kampala shall be so glad to receive you!! Day 1 you can do Kampala tour/Kampala walk where you will interact with the most hospitable people, day 2,transfer to QENP croswith a stop over at the equator arriving At foresthog camp for an overnight, day 3,after wake up tea,have a guided game drive where you will have an encounter with a variety of animals,return for a full breakfast, rest and enjoy the nature at the camp and surroundings before you embark on a romantic evening boat cruise along a the magical kazinga channel where you will have a one on one interaction with hippos, crocodiles, elephants,and many aquatic legislator as they debate on who will be the next President of the jungle.return to camp for a for accommodation on full board,day 4 transfer to lake bunyonyi where you will have a wonderful romantic night before you transfer back to Kampala on 5th day to end your trip.
In Uganda, I think it is better to visit Murchison Falls, where a game drive and then Nile trekking, if to go to see chimps it is better to do it near Masindi, don't remember the name of the place there, so it would be like this: 1. Murchison Falls, Nile; 2. chimps in the morning (early morning, at 6 a.m. usually), then you can go to other places, depends what you want to see. I'm not sure what to see in Kampala, maybe mosque where you can climb to the top of the minaret, you can also go to see shoebills near Entebbe, but again, you should go early morning.
A holiday with out tracking mountain gorillas in the mist is a wasted one
From Kampala travel to Kibale(1 night)track Chimpanzees and other primates and Birds.
Bwindi Impenetrable National Park (2 nights)
Buhoma Community Haven.
Track Mountain Gorillas
And you are done with your certificate "I tracked mountain gorillas in Uganda " a lifetime experience in Africa.
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There are so many things to see in Uganda but 5 days are few
We have visited Uganda already 4 times and every time we have chosen the local tour operator of Tom Bakara "Uganda Wildlife Scene Safari" from Kampala, very serious and professional, he has organized us perfect tailor-made safaris
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