The journey to the Promised Land begins with pick up from Entebbe International Air port by our driver guide to your respective lodge in Kampala to fresh up from a long flight.
Later in the day is briefing about how the trip is to commence, what to expect and how to cooperate with the local communities and the authorities in charge of every area we are to visit.
Setting off is at 8: 00 AM for a long drive to Bwindi via Mbarara where we are to stop for lunch at Igongo cultural centre. First attempt to testing local cuisines or dishes of different Ugandan cultures wouldn’t be at any other suitable place and well served than Igongo centre can offer.
After Lunch, we are to continue driving until we get to the lodge chosen for your taste by the company and that would be none other than Rushaga forest Camp. Its view towards Gorilla land (Bwindi Impenetrable National Park) is un comparable, unexpected guest of primates come to say hi, colorful birds singing un heard melodies for your comfort, the fresh breath from the ever cool forest and reception of the staff, makes your visit a home away from your own!
By 8:00 AM, we are ready for briefing from the ranger guide, and then kick off for the long awaited ceremony. Trekking the famous Gorillas is a guarantee to watch but other wildlife to look out for are the endemic species of birds, other primate species, the unique flora, hundreds of butterflies and the unforgettable landscape.
After the activity we are to rest and prepare ourselves for a community walk to the inseparable nature loving Batwa (Bush men) community that have lived with Gorillas in the forest for the rest of their life time despite the Government efforts to civilize them. We are to learn more about their lives in the forest and why they love it there, experience their life and enjoy their cultural dance and many more of their adventure.
After breakfast, the drive heads to Queen Elizabeth National Park for the tree climbing Lions in Ishahsa and later a boat cruise at one of the longest natural channels in the world with a stretch of 40 kilometers and depth of 8 meters. The channel is famously known to attract various mammal species for better drinking spots. When on the boat, animals like Hippos are a guarantee to watch, Crocodiles sun bathing, Elephants provided space by other small animals to their size, Waterbucks, Giant forest hogs, Warthogs, Buffalos and various bird species at their natural sanctuary are fascinating to watch.
Later in the day we are to rest at Park view lodge.
After breakfast, the long journey to Kampala begins via Fort portal in the land of the youngest King of the world Oyo Nyimba Kabamba Iguru where we are to have lunch at Gardens restaurant as we face the King’s palace on the highest hill in town.
After lunch, the journey is to continue to Kampala. On arrival, the driver guide is to drop you at area of choice and bid farewell.
Thank you for travelling with us