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True African Gorilla Experience in Bwindi Impenetrable and Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda

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Uganda which is "The Pearl of Africa" ​​is a tiny country in the East Africa bordering Kenya in the East Tanzania and Rwanda in the south, Democratic Republic
of Congo in the west and Sudan in the north.

Uganda has a vast and unique Wildlife but it is true that wild life poaching and insecurity within the national parks and reserves have tainted Uganda's image and tourism industry. The massre of American tourists in Bwindi National Park some time back comes to mind. And the terrorism that stuck Kenya and Tanzania did not help the industry. However, most of these horrible pages are being turned, giving hope to Uganda's hotel owners, tours and travel operators, hand craft makers and the farmers-whose food is consumed by the visitors.

Bwindi Impenetrable forest is located in Southwestern Uganda and it contains Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. The Park has 340 Mountain Gorillas which is close to half of all the world's mountain gorillas. Every visitor coming to Uganda would wish to get into contact with these gentle giants moreover our distant cousins. Uganda should treat gorilla tracking as the pinnacle of the tourism industry in the country if they are to continue attracting more numbers of tourist visiting the country and increase passes to visit these gentle giants. This is my gorilla experience in Bwindi and Queen Elizabeth National Park

1st Day: We Depart For Bwindi

Meet and greet at appropriate accommodations after your breakfast. Depart for Bwindi driving southwest and across the Equator. The drive takes you through Savannah grasslands seeing local homesteads and banana plantations as well as herds of Ankole cattle with their incredibly long curving horns.

Dinner and overnight at accommodation of your choice.

2nd Day: Bwindi Gorilla Touring

After an early breakfast and briefing by a ranger guide enter the gorilla sanctuary for a thrilling experience. Gorillas are very special animals -rare, gentle, like us yet so different. Tracking them is a unique experience as it leads you into a strange land to meet unusual creatures on their own terms! This basically is a humble yet thrilling experience at the same time. The guide will lead you through the gorillas' world, explaining the aspects of their ecology and behavior along the way.
Dinner and overnight at accommodation of your choice.

3rd Day: Depart Bwindi early morning for Queen Elizabeth National Park Enjoying a game drive once inside the park. In the evening we proceed for a two-hour boat cruise on the Kazinga Channel. There is abundant bird life here and along this cruise offers an excellent platform for photography and game viewing.
Dinner and overnight at accommodation of your choice.

4th Day: Safari To Queen Elizabeth: We do two game drives today. Queen Elizabeth National Park has diverse Eco-systems of grassy plains, tropical forest, rivers, swamps, lakes and volcanic craters and is the home of different species of wildlife. It will provide you an opportunity to see lions, leopards, giant forest hogs, Cape buffalo, elephants, and defassa waterbuck, Uganda Kob, Topi and Bushbuck.
Dinner and overnight at accommodation of your choice.

5th Day: Two options for the day before we return to Kampala.
Either visit Kyambura gorge for chimpanzee tracking or visit Maramagambo forest that offers you a chance to experience a tropical rain forest and catch a glimpse of a variety of primates including chimpanzee. While her you can also visit the bats cave and the "blue lake".

Price includes transport to and from Kampala, Park entrance fees, game drive fees, boat ride on Kazinga channel, Gorilla permission, accommodation on full board and an English speaking driver (guide), lunch to and from, Chimp tracking fees, nature walking fees . It however excludes beverages, souvenirs, tips and all expenses of a personal nature.

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Source by Ronald Okello

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