Day One: Entebbe – Kampala

The Adventure Begins: Transfer to Kampala
Arriving at the airport you will be warmly welcomed by a Home To Africa Tours and Travels representative, & transferred your accommodation in Kampala.

Day Two: Transfer to Queen Elizabeth National Park

After breakfast you will continue to Queen Elizabeth is Uganda’s second largest park, located at the base of the majestic Rwenzori Mountain range, adjacent to Lake Edward and Lake George. The park has prolific game; lions are often sighted both in and at the entrance to the park.
Be prepared for huge numbers of hippo and elephant, and keep your eyes peeled for a leopard.

Day Three: Queen Elizabeth National Park: Chimps Trekking and Boat-Cruise

Queen Elizabeth National Park is among of the most remarkable national parks within Uganda for outstanding Wildlife as well as Bird-life, it also a perfect place to enjoy chimpanzee tracking / trekking done within the Kyambura Gorge where there are several habituated Chimpanzees. The scenery within this gorge is very spectacular and there are several other mammals plus birds to be seen as you start out in the morning on your chimpanzee trekking voyage. Taking a cruise on the Kazinga Channel is among the highlights of Uganda safaris within Queen Elizabeth Park. The launch cruise offers great chances to take pictures since the boat drifts slowly just by the shores of the channel.

The Kazinga Channel supports the biggest number of Hippos in the whole of Africa. Actually an adult male Hippopotamus weighs more compared to a fully loaded Land- Cruiser. Hippos don’t swim however they just bounce their bodies at the bottom of the water in which they are in. They normally stay under water jut as you will notice in the Kazinga Channel so as to safe guard their rather sensitive skin, and actually if you took a night time cruise on the channel you will actually discover that there are not so many hippos since most of them will be grazing on-land.

Day Four: Queen Elizabeth National Park, Morning Game-Drive and Afternoon Community Walk & relaxation

Discover Queen Elizabeth National Park in the cool morning; an early game drive that exposes us to diverse animals, Elephants, Buffaloes, big cats- Leopards, Lions. There is a rich bird life especially our version of storks in the wetland spots as we reach the Flamingos in the salt lakes at Kasenyi.

We get back to the lodge for lunch after the game-drive. In the afternoon we take a community walk to the nearby village and beautiful crater lake. In the evening watch the, warthogs and hunchback, carnivals like Hyenas and many more species that are residents to this park are spotted along the circuits as we drive along as well as have time to relax at the lodge taking in the view of the magnificent sunset.


Day Five: Queen Elizabeth National Park – Jinja: Transfer to Jinja

Have a relaxed breakfast appreciating the views from the lodge one last time before embarking on the drive back to Kampala en-route to Jinja. Stop for lunch in Masaka and continue on to Kampala where you have the option to stop
for shopping before proceeding to your destination.

Famous as the historic source of the Nile River, Jinja has emerged as the adrenaline capital of East Africa. Here you can get your fix of white-water rafting, kayaking, quad biking, mountain biking, horseback riding and bungee jumping. The town itself is a buzzing little place with some wonderful, crumbling colonial architecture. Coming from Kampala, the Owen Falls Dam forms a spectacular gateway to the town;
the adrenaline water sport city of East Africa

Day Six Jinja; The River Nile: Wild Fun at The River Nile

Get wet! Get wild! Get rafting! You have no idea how much fun you are about to have! Considered one of the wildest one day white water rafting trips in the world, no safari to Uganda would be complete without truly experiencing the Nile from its source. Can you conquer this wild and untamed river? Brace yourself! Expert photographers capture all the smiles and action on both video and still so that you can relive the adventure for years to come. After a quick briefing, you will fitted out with life jackets and helmets provided by Nile River Explorers before heading off 15 km down river to the start point of the days rafting. Rafting is a physical activity so make sure you eat up big. Snacks of fruit, nuts and biscuits are provided on the river to help keep your energy levels up throughout the day. At the end of the rafting day we pull over at our new Riverside Restaurant, just downstream of the Hairy Lemon Island, for a delicious BBQ buffet lunch and cold beers and sodas.
Option: You could opt instead for bungee jumping or a horseback safari

Day Seven: Departure/ No Worries but Memories

After an early morning breakfast you have an option to take;
The Kyabirwa Quad Bike Safari. This 1hr trip takes you along the banks of the river, through farms, forests and villages.
A good ‘snack-size’ safari for those with young children or where time is limited. Or Go for a short tour in Jinja town before your journey back to Kampala/ Entebbe.