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Queen Elizabeth and Kibale national parks(4-days)

Queen elizabeth national park that has over 95 mammal species including "the big five", over 600 species, hippos, 10 primate species including( L'Hoest monkey, baboons, red-tailed monkey, colobus, chimps etc), crocodiles, leopards, hyenas, antelopes, crater, salty and fresh-water lakes, and so many breathtaking scenery. The park is also famous for its tree climbing lions.

Kibale National park is located in the rainforest and it is inhibited by hundreds of chimpanzees and other several mammal species. Chimpanzees are very social animals and they live in groups each led by a dominant male. The chimp families are composed of females and the young ones.
Other mammals include: Red tailed monkeys, Black and white Columbus monkeys, pottos, L’Hoest Monkeys, Grey cheecked Mangabey, bush babies, etc. The park is also blessed with variety of bird species such as little greenbul, the crowned eagle, rumped tinker bird, green breasted pitta and several others.

Itenerary

Day one:

We will pick you up from point of your convenience. Departure will be 7:00 am. The tour will begin taking the masaka mbarara road. You will have a stop at the Equator for a few minutes and then continue your journey to the Queen Elizabeth national Park located in western uganda (fort-portal district). We will drive you to straight to check in and then Go for an evening game drive around the park. Then we will take you to your cottage to rest.

Day two: Trip along Kazinga channel

Early in the morning, we will pick you up, you will get your breakfast and then go for the morning game drive for about 5 hrs. You will come back for lunch and then relax for some time.
Then in the evening at about 3pm, you will have a boat ride along Kazinga channel where you will see a wide range of animals.
Upon completion of the boat ride, we will take you to your cottage.

Day three: Trip to kibale chimpanzee park

We checkout very early and then proceed north to kibale district where the primates are located in their sanctuary. Primates to be seen are; Chimpanzees, Red tailed monkeys, Black and white Columbus monkeys, pottos, L’Hoest Monkeys, Grey cheecked Mangabey, bush babies and others. After spending time with the mammals, we then proceed to Bigodi Wetland sanctuary. Among the sites include; bush pigs, blue monkeys, baboons, mongoose, otters, bush bucks, and among others.

Day four: Trip back to kampala

We checkout and then start on our trip back to kampala