Day 1:
Leave Kampala and drive through the famous Luwero triangle. Take a stop over at Masaindi Hotel for lunch. We will continue through the Park stopping at the top of the falls which is a fantastic sight. Here the Nile, the longest river in the world, is forced through a narrow gap in the rock [only 7 meters wide], before ferociously plunging down 43 meters. From here we will continue on, taking a ferry across the river to Paraa Safari Lodge. Game viewing on the way is very good; look out for hippos, elephants, buffalos and many other animals, seen grazing on the banks of the river. Overnight at a Nile Safari, Sambiya or Paraa Safari Lodge [Full Board]. For two nights.

Day 2:
Have an early morning game drive before breakfast, to the rolling plains to view Lions, Hartebeest, Elephants, Patas monkey, Buffalo and Giraffe. Return to the lodge for breakfast, and later lunch. In the afternoon, have a launch cruise to the bottom of the falls, views of hippos, elephants, Nile crocodiles and gives us a good view of the water birds like storks, Ducks, kingfishers and bee-eaters darting along the riverbanks.

Day 3:
After breakfast, we will depart with our packed lunch to Kibale National Park. We will pass close to Lake Albert. On a clear day, the view on the top of the Albert rift escarpment is spectacular. We will arrive Fort Portral town in the late afternoon. Tonight you will sleep in Ndali Lodge prior to your chimpanzee tracking in the morning. Overnight at Ndali Lodge [FB].

Day 4: primates walk and transfer to Queen Elizabeth National Park
A relatively morning start, to report to the ranger station in Kibale National Park at 08.00 am to track habituated chimps –these delightful apes, more closely related to humans than to any other living creature, are tremendous fun to watch as they squabble and play in fruiting trees. The incredibly diverse forest is home to over 13 species of primates including red Colobus monkeys, the rare L’Hoest, blue monkey, grey cheeked Mangabeys, pottos, black faced Velvet monkeys, olive Baboons and bush babies. A network of shady forest trails provides much to delight botanists and butterfly lovers, while birders are in for a treat with 335 species recorded. The elusive forest elephant, smaller and hairy that its savannah counterpart, moves seasonally into the developed part of the Park, while other terrestrial mammals include Buffalo, giant forest hog and a half dozen antelope species. After this wonderful experience, we will depart to Queen Elizabeth National Park. We will enter the Park via the Northern Crater Area. With beautiful lakes and rich grasslands which are set deep in the crater valley, this is truly the most breathtaking scenery in the Park. Today we can have an optional night drive which gives us chances to view the nocturnal cats like genets, and other members of the cat family.
Overnight at Mweya Safari Lodge [BLD].

Day 5: Morning game drive and afternoon launch cruise along the channel
Have an early morning game drive which will provide opportunities to see Spotted Hyena, buffalo, Uganda Kobs, Defassa Waterbucks, elephant, leopard, late breakfast. After Lunch leave the lodge for a boat ride on the Kazinga Channel with the largest concentration of Hippos, a host of countless bird species, crocodiles and water bucks. Overnight at Mweya Safari Lodge [FB].

Day 6: Departure
After breakfast transfer to Kampala, arriving in the evening and transfer to your the Airport for your outbound flight.