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An 18-day wildlife and birding expedition adventure safari in Uganda focusing on the “Big 5” animals and birdwatching would be an incredible adventure. Uganda is a biodiverse country with a wide variety of wildlife and bird species to offer. During these 18 Days of exploring bird species in Uganda and viewing wildlife, you will visit Mabamba swamp, Murchison Falls National Park, Sipi Falls, Mabira Forest, Semuliki national park, Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park, and Queen Elizabeth National Park. Other activities to engage in include game drives, cultural adventures, birding, nature walks, and boat cruises among others. This trip will start and end at the place of your choice.
This itinerary covers Uganda’s “Big 5,” which includes the lion, leopard, elephant, buffalo, and rhinoceros. Additionally, it provides ample opportunities for birdwatching, as Uganda is home to over 1,000 bird species. Please note that this is a suggested itinerary, and you can customize it based on your interests, budget, and time constraints. Also, we ensure you to have the necessary permits for gorilla trekking and other activities in advance, as they may have limited availability. Lastly, always follow ethical wildlife and birdwatching guidelines to ensure minimal disturbance to the animals and their natural habitats.
Please note that this is a general itinerary, and the actual duration, activities, and accommodations may vary depending on your preferences, available time, and the specific arrangements made with you. It is advisable to consult with us to customise your itinerary and make any necessary adjustments.
- Local english speaking Guide/driver
- All parks entry and adventure activity fees
- All local taxes
- Full Board Meals Plan
- Boat Cruise Executions
- 4×4 safari vehicle with fuel and Driver
- Wi-fi and Water on Board
- Entry Visa Fees
- All Air fares
- Meals where not provided
- Alcoholic drinks
- Porter fees while trekking or hiking
- Personal Insurance
- Personal shopping bills
- Items of personal nature