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Primates Uganda | Best African Safari

This long adventure safari includes: Mabira Forest, Ssezibwa Falls, Source of the Nile, Sipi Falls, Mount Elgon, Kidepo Valley, Sempaya Hot Springs, Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary, Crater Lakes, Chimpanzee tracking, Gorilla trekking, game drives, boat rides, and Batwa Pygmies.

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African Safari Vacation | Great Apes

The 8 days safari includes: Kibale Forest Park to see our closest relatives, the chimpanzees, Queen Elizabeth where you will see elephants, giraffes, leopards, hippos. Drive through Ishasha for the tree climbing lions and to Bwindi for gorilla tracking.

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Source of the Nile | White Water Rafting

Ssezibwa falls are on the Ssezibwa River. It flows its water from the wetlands between Lake Victoria Nile northwards into Lake Kyoga in the west. Mabira forest its a rainforest reserve along Jinja road, and it is home for many endangered species like the primate Lophocebus. The water rafting adventure on the source of the nile.

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Great Apes | Silverback Gorilla Tracking

This four days gorilla trekking in Bwindi National Park and wildlife in Queen Elizabeth National Park is in South West Uganda. Leopards roam the Mweya Peninsula, nearby Lake Katwe the huge volcanic explosion crater. Boats on the Kazinga Channel. The Ishasha area is home to tree-climbing lions.

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Gorillas in the Mist | Gorilla Tracking

Bwindi National Park is a mountainous area in South West Uganda. It’s home to many of the world’s mountain gorillas, who feed on leaves, roots, fruits and fern species. Gorilla trekking is a highlightof all visits and the major reason why many people visit Uganda the Pearl of Africa.

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African Safari Trips | Murchison Falls

This amazing short safari will drive you to the one and only largest park in Uganda. The park sits on the shore of Lake Albert, in the North-West. It’s known for the Murchison Falls, where the Victoria Nile River surges through a narrow gap over a massive drop. The Lake Albert Delta is home to the rare shoebill storks.

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Kampala | Capital of Uganda

Places on the travel list: among others, Kasubi tombs, the burial grounds for the kabakas (kings of Buganda), and Kabaka’s Palace in Mengo with Kabaka’s Lake, this small palace is the former home of the king of Buganda, …

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Wildlife & Chimpanzee Habituation

This 7 days will take you to the famous Kibale National Park for chimpanzee habituation and Murchison Falls National Park for wildlife like lion, leopard, hippo, rhino, elephant among others.

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Uganda Primates and Birding Safari

On this safari we shall be highly looking out for the Shoebill Stork, Puvell’s Illadopsis, Chocolate Backed Kingfisher, Lemmon Bellied Crombec, Guinea-Congo Biome endemics. Here are a whol e range of very special West African forest birds known in Uganda., …

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