Uganda and Rwanda Highlights

13 days

Indicative cost incl. flights.

A typical 4* holiday costs from:


(Based on two people travelling. Low season can be cheaper, and peak season or 5* lodges can be substantially more expensive.)

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Day 1
Fly overnight to Entebbe via your transiting destination.
Day 2
Arriving in Entebbe you meet your driver and transfer to your overnight hotel. Spend the afternoon relaxing or perhaps head out to explore the shores of Lake Victoria by boat or on foot.
Day 3
Leaving Entebbe, you'll travel for around six hours past numerous tea plantations to Kibale Forest (there is the option to upgrade to a light aircraft transfer instead). Settle in and relax this afternoon.
Day 4
This morning meet your guides at the park entrance and head into the forest in search of chimpanzees. Walk through the Bigodi Swamps this afternoon or explore one of the tea plantations in the area.
Day 5
Transfer onwards to Queen Elizabeth National Park and head out on an afternoon game drive - sundowners are included as the afternoon draws on!
Day 6
Full day to explore the park. Choose from game drives, boat cruises or more chimp tracking. There's a variety of ways to see the incredible wildlife in this park.
Day 7
Final day of game viewing in the national park. Be sure to tell your guides if there is anything you are particularly keen to see.
Day 8
Today you will drive to Bwindi Inpenetrable National Park for your first gorilla tracking opportunity. Have a relaxed evening before your trek tomorrow.
Day 9-10
Spend two full days in Bwindi with the opportunity of one or two gorilla tracks. In addition, there are a number of forest walks to enjoy, and many of the lodges have spas to relax in too.
Day 11
Drive across to Rwanda today and enjoy the beautiful scenery along the way; you'll make plenty of stops to admire the sweeping views. Overnight in the Ruhengeri area.
Day 12
Choose from a range of activities: gorilla or golden monkey tracking or take the chance to visit Dian Fossey's grave.
Day 13
Leaving Volcanoes National Park you travel to Kigali where you board your onward flight to the UK.

Everything we do is tailor-made; our itineraries are just suggestions to give you an idea of what is possible. Please contact us so we can tailor the perfect holiday exclusively for you.

Neighbouring countries Uganda and Rwanda share access to the dramatic Virunga Volcano range and between them are home to the majority of the mountain gorillas in the world. For many, the close proximity makes it a no-brainer to combine a trip to both, with tracking available in both countries. It is possible to add an extension to Rwanda to any of our itineraries, please let us know if you would like to consider this. In addition to the many highlights of Uganda, a visit to Rwanda ups the chances of seeing rare golden monkeys, gives more tracking opportunities and a chance to learn more about the recent history of the country.

1 night Entebbe – 2 nights Kibale – 3 nights Queen Elizabeth NP – 3 nights Bwindi – 2 nights Rwanda 


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