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Queen Elizabeth National park

    3 Days Uganda Wildlife Safari to Queen Elizabeth National Park
    Uganda Wildlife Safari to Queen Elizabeth National Park

    Queen Elizabeth National Park in Uganda is located within the western rift valley floor and was gazetted in 1952 as Kazinga National Park attaining its nomenclature from the 45m long Kazinga channel that bisects the park adjoining Lake George and Lake Edward.

    Queen Elizabeth National Park overlooks the highest point in Uganda Rwenzori Mountains with their snow capped peaks as they were described by Ptolemy in 150AD as the mountains of the moon.

    It extends over a geographical coverage of 1,978km2 and within its geographical expanse, there thrives 95 mammals species, 600 species of birds which makes it the number one in terms of bird count in Uganda and the second in Africa and the sixth in the world, 10 species of primate and 20 predator species.

    Queen Elizabeth National Park is re-known for its tree climbing lions that dwell in the Savannah landscapes of Ishasha dotted with short fig trees where lions rest during most of their day time.

    These unique tree climbing lion species thrive only in Queen Elizabeth National park and Lake Manyara National park in southern Tanzania.

    Besides that, the park has the famous Kyambura gorge which is 1km wide and 100m deep containing populations of Chimpanzees thriving in lush tropical forest that is amazingly flourishing below sea level.

    The park also contain the two crater fields including the Bunyaruguru crater field and the Katwe crater field with series of impressive scenic lakes some of which are salty such as Lake Katwe.

    Queen Elizabeth National Park shares districts of Kasese, Bushenyi, Kamwenge and Rukungiri and is 417km about 7 hours west of Kampala, Uganda’s capital city.

    It is close to Kasese town in the north and Bushenyi town in the south. The park was changed to Queen Elizabeth National Park in 1954 in commemoration of the Queen of England’s visit.

    What you will see during a game drive at Queen elizabeth National Park
    What you will see during a game drive at Queen elizabeth National Park
    • Wildlife; Queen Elizabeth National Park has great biodiversity ranking in relation to other world parks.

    The Park has got 10 species of primate, 95a species of mammals, and four of the big five land animals and 20 predator species.

    Queen Elizabeth National Park’s wildlife species include; lions some of which climb trees, spotted hyena, side stripped jackal, leopard, water buck, Uganda kob, bush buck, topi, and elephants, hippos, Buffaloes, warthogs, chimpanzees, olive baboons, red-tailed monkeys, blue monkey, black and white colobus monkey and Nile crocodiles.

    Mgahinga National Park
    Birds of Queen Elizabeth National Park
    • Birds of Queen Elizabeth National Park;  The national park of Queen Elizabeth has 600 bird species which makes the number one in Uganda, the second in Africa and the sixth in world.

    The varied ecosystem environments of Queen Elizabeth National Park pose the ground for existence of a range of birds. These area include; Kasenyi Area.

    The open plains of Kasenyi offer ideal birding opportunities for borders on Uganda safaris. Birds that can be encountered include; Ruppell’s Griffon Vulture, Palm-nut Vulture, African White-backed Vulture, Hooded Vulture, Lappet-faced Vulture, Wahlberg’s Eagle, Bateleur, Brown Snake Eagle, Long-created Eagle, Martial Eagle, African Crake, Grey Kestrel, Black-bellied Bustard, Crowned Plover, Temminck’s Courser, Senegal Plover, Rufous napped Lark, African Wattled Plover, Kittlitz’s Plover, White-tailed Lark, Flappet Lark, Brown-backed Srub-Robin, Croaking Cisticola, Zitting Cisticola, Black-lored Babbler, Grey-capped Warbler, Black-crowned Tchagra, Grey backed Fiscal,Pin-tailed Whydah, Black-headed Gonolek and Fork-tailed Drongo. The Mweya Peninsula.

    The Mweya peninsula is as trip of land that is engulfed by Lake Edward and Kazinga Channel. The bird species in this area include; Diederik Cuckoo, African Mourning Dove, Raptors, Swamp Flycatcher, Slender-tailed Nightjar, Squire-tailed Nightjar, Grey-Headed Kingfisher, Swamp Nightjar, Blue-naped Mousebird, Red-chested Sunbird, Pygmy Kingfisher, Nubian Woodpecker, Little Bee-eater, Swallows, Martins, Red-capped Lark, Swifts, Grey-capped Warbler, Black-headed Gonolek, Lesser Masked Weaver, Scarlet-chested Sunbird, Pin-tailed Whydah, Slender-billed Weaver and Yellow-backed Weaver. Maramagambo Forest.

    The mature tropical rainforest of maramagambo has got a range of birds among which include the following; Blue-breasted Kingfisher African Finfoot, Red-chested Cuckoo, Little Grebe, African Emerald Cuckoo, Yellow bill, Black Cuckoo, Black Coucal, Barbets, Black Bee-eater, Blue-throated Roller, Red-shouldered Cuckoo-shrike, Red-throated Wryneck, Honey guide Greenbul, Blue-shouldered Robin-Chat, Brown-eared Woodpecker, Dark-capped Warbler, African Moustached Warbler, Green Crombec, Broad-tailed Warbler, Croaking Cisticola, Black-and-white Shrike Flycatcher, Black-headed Batis, Chestnut Wattle-eye, African Paradise Flycatcher, Marsh Tchagra, Brown Illadopsis, Brubru, Black Bishop, Western Black-headed Oriole, White-breasted Negrofinch and Sulphur-breasted Bush-shrike.

    Katwe Area. The series of crater lakes and crater hollows present a rich ground for existence of various bird species including; lesser and greater Flamingoes on Lake Munyanyange.

    Other bird species in the area include; Eurasian Mash Harrier, Montagu’s Harrier, Pallid Harrier, Avocet, Little Stint, Curlew Sandpiper, Common Greenshank, Gull-billed Tern, Red-capped Lark, African Moustached Warbler, Lesser Black-backed Gull, Broad-tailed Warbler, Southern Red Bishop and Croaking Cisticola.

    Ishasha Sector.

    The southern sector of Queen Elizabeth National Park (Ishasha) is not only a habitat for tree climbing lions but also counts of birds including; Shoebill, Palm-nut Vulture, Hooded Vulture, White-backed Vulture, African Ruppell’s Griffon Vulture, Lappet-faced Vulture, Brown Snake Eagle, Wahlberg’s Eagle, Bateleur, Long-created Eagle, Grey Kestrel, Martial Eagle, African Crowned Eagle, Black-bellied Bustard, Helmeted Guineafowl, African Crake, African Green Pigeon, African Wattled Plover, Ross’s Turaco, Senegal Plover, Broad-billed Roller, Double-toothed Barbet, Striped Kingfisher, Greater Honeyguide, White-headed Barbet, Brown-backed Scrub-Robin, Grey Woodpecker, White-browed Robin-Chat, Cisticolas, Yellow-billed Oxpecker, Grey-backed Fiscal and Green Crombec. Lake Kikorongo. This is very close Lake George along the Kasese – Katunguru road and is knonwn for arrange of birds including waders, Common Squacco Heron, Saddle-billed Stork, Shoebill, Sacred Ibis, African Jacana, Black Crake, Knob-billed Duck, Lesser Swamp Warbler, Yellow Wagtail, White-winged Warbler, Papyrus Gonolek, Carruther’s Cisticola and Greater Swamp Warbler.

    Katunguru Bridge Area. Kazinga bridge are shelters a range of birds including; White-winged Tern, Pink-backed Pelican, Gull-billed Tern, Lesser Swamp Warbler, Pied Kingfisher, Malachite Kingfisher, Carruther’s Cisticola, Greater Swamp Warbler, Papyrus Gonolek and White-winged Warbler.

    • Kazinga channel; Kazinga channel is one of the main features of Queen Elizabeth National Park that always attract travelers to undertake safaris in Uganda. The 45m long Kazinga channel interlinks Lake George in the east and Lake Edward in the west.

    Lake George is approximately 2.4m deep and 259km2 in width and is watered by the glaciers that sparkle down from the snowcapped mountains of the moon – the Rwenzoris.

    Kazinga Channel is the lakes outflow and drains into Lake Edward which is a bit bigger about 2,000km2 and is considered be among the major fresh water lakes in Uganda.

    The Kazinga Channel supports populations of wildlife including the Nile crocodiles which is the second largest reptile in the whole world, hippos and over 60 bird species and counts of wildlife that dwells on its channel shores.


    • The Uganda Equator; Queen Elizabeth National Park is luckily crossed by the world’s main latitude – the Equator.

    It has the equator crossing site is close to the crater gate along Kasese – Katunguru road. The equator divides the world into the northern and southern hemispheres respectively.

    This site offers unique encounters for photography thus worthy encountering while on Uganda safaris.

    • Kyambura gorge; The 100m deep Kyambura gorge is positioned in the east of Queen Elizabeth National Park and is 1km wide.

    The gorge has got great scenic beauty and besides that it has populations of common chimpanzees that flourish in a mature tropical forest one of its king to thrive below sea level.

    The gorge floor is traversed by Kyambura River that makes an encounter of the area amazing while on Uganda safari.


    • Birding in Queen Elizabeth National Park; The birding encounter in Queen Elizabeth National Park is one of the thrilling activities that you can ever undertake while on safari in Uganda.

    The park has 600 species of birds which makes it the forest in Uganda, the second in Africa and the sixth in the whole world.

    The varied environments of Queen Elizabeth National Park pose a rich ground for birds and birding in particular.

    These include; the forests of Maramagambo, the savannah plains of Kasenyi, Ishasha and Mweya peninsular, the water environments of Lake Kikongoro, Katunguru Bridge Area and Katwe.

    Bird species that can be seen include among others; Grey Kestrel, Martial Eagle, Papyrus canary, African broad bill, Pink-backed pelican, lesser and greater Flamingoes, Black- rumped Buttonquail, Martial Eagle, Black-bellied Bustard, Helmeted Guineafowl, African Crake, African Green Pigeon and African Wattled Plover among others.

    The birding encounter in Queen Elizabeth National Park is best done from December to February and a stay of 2 – 3 days is adequate to enable you explore the park’s birding environs.

    • Chimp tracking in Queen Elizabeth National Park. There are populations of Chimpanzees in the Kyambura gorge which are habituated and are set for chimpanzee trekking encounter.

    The chimpanzee trekking in Kyambura is considered challenging due to the nature of the terrain involved.

    The sloping down and hiking up the gorge is a bit strenuous and makes the encounter with chimpanzees more rewarding. The activity commences in the morning at 8am and in the afternoon at 2pm.

    • Game drives in Queen Elizabeth National Park. The amazing wildlife of Queen Elizabeth National Park can be explored by taking a game drive.

    The game drive activity is carried out along the stretches of Kasenyi where counts of wild game including lion, elephants, buffaloes, Kobs among others are encountered.

    The channel tracks give possibilities of encountering leopard along with other species. The game drive activity is best done in the morning at 6:30am and in the evening at 4:00pm and it tends to last 3 – 4 hours.

    • Launch cruises /trips in Queen Elizabeth National Park. Kazinga Channel which is 45km long offers impressive lauch cruise to Uganda safari undertakers.

    The thrilling launch ebncnter commences from Mweya jetty and explores the channel towards the Katunguru bridge area and then back to Lake Edward (Uganda – Congo boarder).

    It is best done in the afternoon when the animals are gathering on the channel shores for drinking. The aquatic animals like Hippos and Nile crocodiles make it a thrilling encounter.

    The launch cruise lasts for two (2) hours. The UWA launch departs at 3pm and 5pm while the private launch departs at 2pm and 4pm daily.

    • Experiential tours. Queen Elizabeth National Park offers experiential tourism activities including mongoose tracking, Hippo Census and Predator tracking.

    The experiential encounters enable you to get closer to wild game. The activity tend to last 1 – 3 hours and is usually conducted in the morning, evening and sometimes at night.

    The experiential encounters can also incorporate migrant species monitoring using locator devices, learning the habitation calls and monitoring atmospheric conditions.

    • Cultural Encounters around Queen Elizabeth National Park. A range of cultural groups have positioned themselves to display their heritage for the consumption by Uganda safari undertakers.

    These groups are scattered in all directions of Queen Elizabeth National Park and they include the following;

    Kikorongo Women Community. The Kikorongo Women Community offers impressive encounter of the traditional life in Kikorongo village. It involves interesting music dance and drama, fire making and craft making.

    Leopard Village. The leopard village nears the Muhokya village in the north of Queen Elizabeth National Park.

    This village exposes you to the traditions of the locals including the traditional huts of the Basongora, Bakonzo, and Banyabindi along with their handicrafts and performances.

    • Katwe Tourism Information Centre (KATIC). The Katwe Tourism Information Center (KATIC) takes you through the offerings at Lake Katwe salt lake exploring the process of salt making, extraction and eventual production and how the people have molded their livelihood around tis natural product. They also have interesting traditional performances and handicrafts.


    • Agro-Tour Walks around Queen Elizabeth National Park. The Kichwamba Escarpment is the eastern side of Queen Elizabeth National Park. The Agro-tour walk commences from the Katara village lasting 2 – 3 hours involving hiking through farmlands in the cool morning or in the evenings. There is also provision for honey harvesting.


    • Nyanz’ibiri Cave Community. This community encounter exposes you the scenic views of the volcanic craters that are surrounded by rewarding tunes of cranes and eagles.

    The encounter allows you to take a canoe ride on the lake with pure waters amidst sights of primates and birds. The community takes you to their cultural museum and the Banyaruguru hut where various traditional artifacts are gathered.


    • Nature walksin Queen Elizabeth National Park. Nature walks allows you to explore Queen Elizabeth National Park on foot while on Uganda safaris and tours.

    Maramagambo forest offers impressive nature walks including the free 1km nature walk from Jacana lodge to the visitor center are done without a guide thus less costly except for the standard visitation charges. Three guided walks are carried out in Maramagambo forest starting from the visitor center including;

    1. The straight walk takes you around Lake Kyasanduka forest shore and tends to last for less than one hour depending of the traveller’s interest in birds.
    2. A famous walk taking about 90 minutes leads to a cave where enormous numbers of bats thrive alongside a rock python.
    3. The walk to Lake Nyamasingiri is ideal for birders. It takes about half day and offers sights of birds like snowy headed robin chat, chestnut wattle eye and scaly-breasted illadopsis.

    Mweya Peninsula also offers impressive nature walks for viewing the good sceneries of Kazinga Channel, Lake Edward and rolling savannah landscapes.

    Getting There;  – How To Get to Queen Queen Elizabeth National Park Uganda

    Queen Elizabeth National Park can be connected to from the following points also be accessed on public means. Buses connect daily from Kampala to Kasese.

    There are other public means to Katwe and Katunguru trading centers which are very close to the park. From these centers, you can get a private vehicle to connect to your lodge.

    Queen Elizabeth National Park can also be connected to by Air travel. Aero link operates scheduled flights from Entebbe International Airport to Kasese and Mweya Airstrips.

    Other charter carriers offer the same service from either Entebbe Airport or Kajjansi Airfield to Kasese or Mweya Airstrips.

    From Kampala417 km7 hrs
    From Kibale National Park157 km4 hrs
    From Fort Portal144 km3 hrs
    From Bwindi / Buhoma160 km5 hrs
    From Kabale277 km5 hrs
    From Volcanoes National Park.411 km7 hrs
    From Kigali399 km8 hrs
    From Kisoro367 km8 hrs
    From Ruhija218 km
    From Rushaga309 km
    From Nkuringo316 km

    Accommodations Safari Hotels, Safari Lodges and Hotels in Lake Mburo National Park


    The Jacana Safari Lodge is situated on the eastern boarder of Queen Elizabeth National Park overlooking Lake Nyamusingire.

    The lodge has ten spacious, luxury chalets and a family cottage with two interconnecting rooms.

    Rooms are well versed with en-suite washrooms even with warm showers and with a terrace to allow scenic views of the adjacent lake.

    It also contain a restaurant and bar, Virunga lounge which features a fire place, sofas and hammocks, sundowner bar with the views of the lake, swimming pool, and sauna and massage area, self-contained chalets and a family cottage, floating captain’s table pontoon for a dinner on the lake.

    Bush lodge. Surrounded by the National Park and bordering the Kazinga channel, the lodge has a truly unique setting. Bush lodge currently consists of 6 self-contained units which are spaciously placed.

    The rooms are made from a fine combination of canvas and local materials. The rooms are self-contained with private en- suite bathroom with an eco-toilet and an outside shower where 2 showerheads allow couples to take their shower together.

    The lodge also offers lazy camping services at a budget friendly option in the form of non-self-contained tents.

    This lazy camping consists of a basic camping tent furnished with 2 single beds and a solar lantern. Restaurant and bar from the main lodge are open to our guests on lazy camping. The lodge also has a camp site open to camping travelers.

    Ihamba lodge. Ihamba Safari Lodge is situated by Kahendero Fishing Village on the shores of Lake George in Queen Elizabeth National Park. Ihamba Safari Lodge consists of 10 family cottages.

    The cottages have a couch that turns to a double bed to contain children with terrace for chilling at and viewing the environs.

    The rooms can stretch up to 3 mature people or 2 adults with children below 12 years. Room Facilities:

      • Private bathroom and shower
      • Desk
      • Drinking water
    • All guests enjoy the use of:
      • Swimming pool
      • Housekeeping and laundry services
      • Internet access in common areas.
      • Library
      • On-site bar
      • Ample and secure parking
      • Standby generator.

    Hippo Hill Lodge Established in September 2006, Hippo Hill Camp is the only luxury tented Camp in Queen Elizabeth National Park.

    The Camp is a must see place! It is spectacularly well-built on a hill overlooking Kitako and Kabazimu Islands.

    It is also surrounded by Lake Edward, the Katwe salt Lake and Munyanyange crater Lakes that contain lots of flamingoes, Hippos, buffalo and other other animals.

    The Camp presently offers 10 luxury tents with private toilets and hot showers. These tents are walk-in safari tents with their own en-suite facilities including cold and hot water. All tents are very well furnished to ensure comfort for all. Lodge Amenities

    • On-site restaurant
    • Tour/Travel desk
    • On-site Bar
    • Library/Reading Area
    • Souvenir/Gift Shop
    • On-site wildlife viewing

    Ishasha Wilderness Camp The Ishasha Wilderness Camp is positioned in the southern sector of Queen Elizabeth National Park.

    The Ishasha sector is re-known for tree climbing lions thus Ishasha wilderness camp can be a perfect ground to explore these species.

    Its accommodation is offered in ten (10) upmarket self-contained safari tents featuring bush showers and flushing eco-friendly toilets.

    The Camp has main lounge and dining area with thatched cover, central charging facilities for 240V, 3 Pin UK style plugs and internet connectivity.

    Mweya Hostel

    mweya-hostel-budget-lodge-at-queen-elizabeth-ugandaMweya hostel is adjacent to the luxurious Mweya Safari Lodge.

    The Mweya institute of Ecology known as Mweya Hostel is a budget facility in Queen Elizabeth National Park.

    It offers overnight stay to Uganda safari travelers with single and double rooms, shared bathrooms and toilet facilities.

    Some rooms are self-contained while others can accommodate about 4-6 people. Kitchen, Living room is available. The hostel has a restaurant where meals are served and a canteen where few purchases can be made.

    Mweya Safari Lodge.
    Mweya Safari Lodge is positioned at the center of Queen Elizabeth National Park in a peninsular that is surrounded by Kazinga channel and Lake Edward.

    It is a top notch luxury establishment worthy of spending an overnight at while on Uganda safaris. The lodge has 32 standard rooms, 12 deluxe rooms, 2 suites along with the presidential and queen cottages, 2 family cottages, 2 luxury tents and 2 standard tents.

    Mweya Safari Lodge has swimming facilities, restaurant, business center, gift shop, conference facilities, bar and an information center.

    Simba Safari Camp. Simba Safari Camp is a budget safari accommodation situated on the border of Queen Elizabeth National Park. Here you will find a variety of comfortable and affordable guest rooms, dormitory rooms and a well-established camp site.

    Located on a hill, the camp offers spectacular views of Lake George, Lake Kikorongo and the savannah plains stretching till the far horizon.

    It is the closest accommodation for game drives in the Kasenyi plains, while elephants and buffaloes can often be viewed from the camp. En- suite rooms.

    It has nine double/twin rooms and two triple rooms. The rooms are spacious and well furnished with two single beds or a double bed and mosquito nets. En- suite is a bathroom with running water and flushing toilet. Family Cottage.

    This is suitable for family stay. It consists of two bedrooms, a fully equipped bathroom and a living room with an extra bed.

    Also a spacious veranda is available to sit comfortably with your family. The individual cottages take a maximum of 5 people. Facilities.

    • Restaurant
    • Bar
    • Lounge area
    • Free WIFI is available in the public areas.

    Kyambura Game Lodge. Kyambura Lodge is situated at the eastern edge of Queen Elizabeth National Park, in the western part of the great East African Rift valley, with fantastic views over the national park and the Rwenzori Mountains and at a short distance from the Kyambura Gorge.

    The lodge has been built using environmentally friendly local materials fitted by a local community workmanship.

    Accommodation is provided in seven spacious and tastefully designed self-contained grass-thatched cottages, with bath tabs/showers with views to the park, running hot and cold water, equipped with 220v electricity and a private wooden balcony overlooking the park.

    We have a swimming pool, adjacent to the campfire where a local traditional dance is often performed (Banyaruguru troupe).

    Kingfisher Lodge. It is located outside the park on strategic Kichwamba escarpment. It has about 250 meters over the plains that give a magnificent view of the park, Mountain Rwenzori along with the Kazinga channel.

    The accommodation rages from 2 family units, 3 double rooms, 2 triple rooms and 1 en suit. The lodge has the capacity to accommodate 36 visitors. Facilities

    • Restaurant with both international and local cuisines
    • Facilities such as conference hall that accommodates about 30 people
    • Beautiful gardens
    • En suite facilities with campsites
    • Fully stocked bar
    • Swimming pool

    Volcanoes Kyambura gorge lodge. This safari lodge in Uganda has been converted from an old coffee processing plant, is an ideal location for chimpanzee trekking, and boasts incredible views overlooking the Queen Elizabeth National Park, with the mythical Mountains of the Moon in the far distance. It has;

    • 8 unique timber or brick guest bandas with iron sheet or thatch roofs (3 doubles and 5 twins) reflect the local building style.
    • En-suite bathrooms with flushing toilet, double vanity, shower with hot and cold running water.
    • Rooms have mosquito nets, 240v lighting and a private balcony.
    • Bandas are individually named after the Kyambura Gorge chimpanzees.
    • 1 tour leader room available.
    • Wi-Fi available in the main lodge building.

    Enganzi lodge. The Enganzi Game Lodge is located on a hill bordering the Queen Elizabeth National Park. With 5 splendidly set cottages which offer a picture perfect view of the Queen Elizabeth National Parks.

    Enjoy sundowners or a 3 course dinner in the dining room or upper deck enjoying the beauty that Africa has to offer. Enganzi lodge has both single and double rooms with a good restaurant and bar.

    Katara lodge. It is situated on the Great Rift Valley escarpment with uninterrupted views of the savannah, Lake Edward and the Virunga and Rwenzori mountain ranges beyond, Katara Lodge is a 20 minute drive away from the main entrance of the Queen Elizabeth National Park.

    The lodge offers accommodation in seven luxurious thatched cottages with each spacious cottage made of locally available materials and carved into the hillside by the Katara village community.

    The cottages combine wooden floors, grass thatched roofs and canvas that can be folded away for uninterrupted views of the park stretching out below.

    Our water is heated using solar thermal energy and swimming pool is available

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    10Days Uganda Gorilla Safari Holiday & Wildlife Safari in Uganda, A Uganda Gorilla Safari Holiday Tour/Uganda Safari including Gorilla trekking in Bwindi and Wildlife tours in Uganda`s Major Game Parks. View Itinerary

    12Days Gorilla Safari Uganda & Wildlife Safari tour in Uganda, is a long Uganda Gorilla Safari to Bwindi Impenetrable Forest Park featuring Wildlife Tour to Uganda wildlife safari parks.View Itinerary

    16Days Uganda Gorilla Trekking, Chimpanzees, Wildlife, Culture and Scenic Safari. This is a Long Uganda Safari Tour taking you in all Uganda`s wildlife Safari game parks. View Itinerary

    21Days Uganda Gorilla Trekking Safari Tour, Chimpanzee trekking & Wildlife tour is a life time Uganda Safari Africa adventure that is suitable for travelers with long holidays & want to explore as much as they can. View Itinerary

    Short Rwanda Gorilla Trekking Tours

    1Day Gorilla Tracking Safari in Rwanda -1 Day Rwanda Gorilla Tour Volcanoes Park is an amazing gorilla excursion that you cannot have anywhere else in the region. View Itinerary

    2 Days Gorilla Trekking Safari in Rwanda, is a 2 Days Gorilla trekking safari tour in Rwanda & one of the best short gorilla safaris that you can undertake.View Itinerary

    3 Days Gorilla Trekking Safari in Rwanda,The 3 Days Short Rwanda Gorilla safari tour starts and ends in Kigali /Kigali Airport but includes Gisozi genocide. View itinerary

    4 Days Rwanda Double Gorilla Trekking SafariRwanda Gorilla Safari Tour in Volcanoes NP enables one double track mountain Gorillas in Rwanda. View Itinerary

    Long Rwanda Gorilla Safari Tours | Long Gorilla trekking Safaris in Rwanda

    6 Days Primate Safari in Rwanda – 6 days short Rwanda gorilla safari tour is designed to enable you go Gorilla trekking in Rwanda and have a detailed encounter with the primates of Rwanda.View Itinerary

    7 Days Rwanda Gorilla Chimpanzee Birds Safari is a Rwanda Gorilla tracking Safari, Rwanda Chimpanzee trekking Tour & Rwanda Birding Trip. View Itinerary

    10 Days Rwanda Gorilla Safari tour Adventure, is a Long Rwanda Gorilla trekking safari tour, and a highlight Rwanda Gorilla Safari, Chimp trekking & a Rwanda wildlife tour. View Itinerary

    11 Days Gorilla and Wildlife Safari in Rwanda is one of the comprehensive safaris that can be taken in the destination Rwanda. The safari features a perfect blend of wild game, primates including gorillas and chimpanzees and then Culture. View Itinerary

    Rwanda Wildlife Safari Tours | Wildlife Safaris in Rwanda

    3 Days Rwanda Wildlife Safari to Akagera National Park. is a perfect short wildlife encounter in the rolling savannah plains of the eastern Rwanda where Akagera National Park is situated overlooking the Tanzanian Plains. View Itinerary

    3 Days Rwanda Chimpanzee Safari to Nyungwe Forest National Park, is a thrilling encounter in the pre-historic forest of Nyungwe where counts of habituated Chimpanzees are found.… View Itinerary

    5 Days Wildlife and Chimpanzee Safari in Rwanda takes you to the wild game viewing haven of Akagera National Park and the chimpanzee trekking destination of Nyungwe Forest National Park. . View Itinerary

    9 Days Rwanda Wildlife Safari is one of those extended safaris in Rwanda that do not feature gorilla trekking. Starting and ending in Kigali, the safari takes you to Akagera National Park which is the only savannah park…View Itinerary

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