Uganda is a land of fable, a land of mists and enormous inland seas, of diverse people and the last of the Gorillas. This East Africa territory has attracted people of a multiplicity of races and tongues to its land for hundreds of years. Today's travelers are, however, not drawn to Uganda because of its wealth in ivory and other riches that were obtained by destroying its natural heritage but rather visit this beautiful country to sample this richness that is manifest in its warm and friendly people, its enchanting landscape with its variety, its views of endless blue waters and the mighty River Nile and its population of wildlife in the conservation parks of Queen Elizabeth, Murchison Falls, Lake Mburo, and Semliki among many others.
In Uganda, the Bwindi impenetrable forest is the sanctuary for almost half the world's population of Mountain Gorilla's ( About 330 of 600 ), which is the rarest race of Gorilla. Established as a safe habitat for several families of mountain gorilla , it is now the location of an an important scientific conservation program. Gorilla Tracking visits are limited to small groups.
PEARL OF AFRICA GORILLA SAFARI- UGANDA
The Pearl of Africa as described by Winston Churchil is Situated on the equator and offers breathtaking scenery. The National Parks are more remote and less crowded. Shelter Tours and Safaris will organize for Gorilla tracking, to see this awe inspiring giants is to remind us of our ancestry
Transfer from your point of arrival of arrival for overnight at the Sheraton Hotel Kampala.
Taking a picnic lunch you drive through scenic countryside to lake Bunyonyi. Overnight at Far Out Island Camp. B/L/D
A short walk or a chance to fish or canoe on the lake before leaving to drive into the Mountains to 'Bwindi Forest' . Overnight at Buhoma Luxury Tented Camp. B/L/D
A full day trekking for Gorilla taking a picnic lunch. Overnight at Buhoma Camp. B/L/D
Drive Back to Entebbe with lunch enroute. Overnight at Windsor Lake Victoria Hotel. B/L/D
Day 6: Transfer to depart
Mountain Gorillas are an endangered species, living in remote and ancient forest borders between Uganda and its western neighbours.
Permits are strictly limited and advance planning & booking is strongly recommended
All Safaris offer full board accommodation as described B/L/D.