Day 1: Depart Kampala and drive through Uganda’s beautiful green countryside an area also known as the Switzerland of Africa with its terraced hillside and winding roads.  Pass through Ishasha where you will have an opportunity to see the tree climbing lions or take the alternative route through the cultivated area. Overnight at Gorilla Forest Camp or Lake Kitandara Tented Camp. FB

Day 2: Go for gorilla tracking walking up steeply in the dense rain forest through different animals’ trails allowing access to tourists. Gorilla tracking is an inspiring and wonderful adventure which one can’t miss. The Gorillas are peaceful animals and it is an unforgettable experience to watch and photograph them as they interact. Overnight stay at Gorilla Forest Camp or L. Kitandara Tented Camp FB.

Day 3: After an early morning breakfast drive to Kampala with a stopover in Mbarara for lunch and at the various spots like the Equator, and Mpambire drum making centre reach Kampala and continue with a drive to the eastern part of the country and drive through Mabira forest which extends more than 300km2, the it is primarily composed of moist semi-deciduous forest in which more than 200 tree spp have been identified, continue to Bujagali falls, watch the real sparkling white water of the Nile as it forces its way through the stones to the Mediterranean sea, receive entertainment by the Budondo cultural group, see the white water rafters, learn the mysteries that surrounds Bujjagali falls lunch then proceed to the Source of the Nile and later back to the Jinja Nile Resort  for dinner and an o/n stays.  


Day 4: After a morning breakfast, drive at ease eastwards to Mbale, where we shall have our lunch at Mbale Resort Hotel then continue to Sipi Falls and check in at Lacam Lodge for dinner and over night stay.

Day 5: Early morning visit to Sipi Falls which is a stunner and arguably the most beautiful waterfall in Uganda. The falls are about 55km north of Mbale, at the foothills of Mt Elgon and not far from the town of Kapchorwe.

Not only are the falls spectacular, so too are the views of Mt Elgon above them, and the wide plains of eastern and northern Uganda disappearing into the distance below. There are three levels of falls, but the two upper levels are fairly small compared with the main drop. It is well worth spending a night or two in this peaceful and appealing place.

There are some excellent walks on a network of well-maintained local trails, and beautiful scenery in every direction which will be done this day. Dinner and o/n stay at lacam Lodge.

Day 6: After early morning breakfast we transfer to Kampala with memories of the past days as we shall be using a repeat route.