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8 DAYS, 7 NIGHTS:
MURCHISON FALLS NATIONAL PARK (MFNP), KIBALE FOREST NATIONAL PARK (KFNP), AND QUEEN ELIZABETH NATIONAL PARK (QEP)
Day 1
Meet, greet and sign our guest book. Start your abundantly scenic drive north-west through villages, banana plantations and have a brief stop at the Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary for an opportunity to see the charming beauty of Murchison Falls from above. Enjoy luxury accommodation at either Nile Safari camp on the southern bank or Paraa Safari Lodge on the northern bank.

Day 2
Begin your game adventure as you trail and wander in the plains of the northern bank via the famous Nyamusika plateau. You can possibly see the humongous savannah elephants, lions, buffalo, giraffes, hartebeest among others. After lunch, take a boat ride on the famous Nile River. During the smooth ride, you will see hippos, crocodiles, waterbuck and riverbank bird-life that includes the rare shoebill stork. The boat stops approximately 10 meters before the mighty Murchison Falls and this gives you an opportunity for a closer view of this magnificent physical feature. Return to the Paraa Safari Lodge or Nile Safari Camp for dinner and overnight.

Day 3
Today, the quest for adventure drives us to an early morning transfer to KiFNP. The approximately 8hr drive traverses an escarpment with gives a panoramic view of Lake Albert. If it's the rainy season, you can even see the Blue Mountains across the border in the Democratic Republic of Congo. The Albertine region has it all !! Transit-stop at Hoima town for lunch and then proceed to Africa's largest hardwood forest. Relax at Ndali Lodge for dinner and overnight.

Day 4
This morning, wake up with zeal for adventure! Listen to the briefing by the park ranger and enter the forest for your chimpanzee tracking activity. Kibale Forest is the largest hardwood forest south of the Sahara and is a haven for more than 12 monkey species and forest elephants among others. The guide provides detailed information regarding the various plant/tree species and the diversity of animals that roam the dense forest. After an exciting adventure, return to the lodge for lunch and then take an evening walk in Bigodi Swamp. The boardwalk and viewing platforms make it easy to see wildlife that lives in and around the swamp especially birds species that are endemic to the area. Spend the rest of the evening at your accommodation facility.

Day 5
This morning, the safari goes to QEP. Arrive in time for lunch after which you embark on a boat-ride on Kazinga Channel to see fascinating views of large numbers of hippos, crocodiles and abundant bird-life. Relax for the rest of the evening at Mweya Safari Lodge.

Day 6
Today, total dedication to game viewing. Named for Elizabeth ll of England, the park is gifted with an ecosystem of grassy plains, tropical forest, rivers, swamps, lakes and volcanic craters that are home to an incredible abundance of wildlife. Game viewing rides offer the possibility to see lion, leopard, giant forest hog, Cape buffalo, elephants, defassa waterbuck, Uganda kob, Topi and bushbuck. The boat ride on Kazinga Channel and the two game-drives in QEP enable you to explore the diversity of wildlife the park has to offer.

Day 7
Its time to leave this morning and transfer to LMNP as you continue to explore Uganda's abundant wildlife. The drive itself takes you through banana plantations, farms of the long-horned Ankole cattle, villages and trading centers. Feel fee to ask your guide to stop for photos and sight seeing. Arrive at LMNP in time for lunch after which you embark on an exciting and scenic boat ride on Lake Mburo. The unique vegetation offers another opportunity to see hippos and crocodiles as well as bird species, making the ride immensely attractive. Your dinner and overnight is reserved at either Mantana Tented Camp or Muhingo Lodge.

Day 8
Today, get your walking shoes on and follow your guide for a walking safari. This is a unique and unrivaled experience that the park offers, given the fact that there is a recorded presence of carnivores in LMNP. Get to see zebras, elands, Uganda kobs and other animals on foot. Get back to the lodge for breakfast, checkout and another game drive as you transfer back to Kampala. Arrival is late evening with a drop off at either the airport for your evening flight or hotel in Kampala.
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