Lodges and Camps
* All meals
* Park Fees
* First class and luxury lodging
* Guarranteed window seat in a 4WD vehicle with open-roofs for prime viewing
* 2 Chimp trekking permits per person
* 2 gorilla trekking permits per person
* Exclusive primate safari and exploration of Busoga culture
* Pre-departure kit and materials
* Private pre-trip consultation
* Membership to the Flying Doctors Society
Gorillas come to recognize the trackers that bring travelers to see them.
Primate And Gorilla Adventure
This extraordinary expedition delves deep into the heart of a country that boasts some of the world’s most beautiful scenery, friendliest people, and rarest wildlife encounters. Uganda is home to an abundance of wildlife including 19 different primate species, over 1000 bird species and the rare mountain gorilla. Another Land includes two gorilla tracking days per person to maximize your experience of these incredible aminals.
Discovering the Busoga
Many of Uganda’s cultures are ancient kingdoms whose traditional monarchs still serve as important figure heads. Another Land is a pioneer of cultural travel in Africa and our long standing relationships with artisans and musicians of the Busoga kingdom allows us to take you on a cultural safari like few others have experienced. Through cooking lessons, storytelling, beer brewing, traditional healing, basket weaving and musical celebrations you will become a part of the Busoga village. You will discover by doing – diving right in and participating “hands on.”
Day 1 - Arrival in Entebbe, Uganda
Preparing for the adventure ahead
Day 2 – Journey to Kibale Forest
Through the Lake Victoria Basin to the foothills of Rwenzori Mountains
Day 3 – Pursuing Chimps in Kibale Forest
Over 11 species of primates, including the very animated chimpanzee.
Day 4 – On Safari in Queen Elizabeth National Park
Exploring Uganda's savannah
Day 5 & 6 – Gorilla Trekking in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest
About half of the worlds mountain gorilla population live in this region.
Day 7 – On safari around Lake Mburo
The lake is famous for its abundance of bird species and other wildlife
Day 8, 9 & 10 - Exploration of the Busoga Kingdom
The Busoga are well known for their enormous xylophone. It takes 6 people to play it.
Day 11 – Return to Entebbe and Farewell
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