The ultimate Uganda conservation and safari experience. During this 11-day conservation safari trip you will visit local communities and participate in unique conservation and tree planting activities. Join researchers for Chimpanzee tracking in Kibale. Take part in Mountain gorilla trekking. You will get close with wild African big cats when you join researchers on a Lion Tracking project in Queen Elizabeth National Park.
This is the ultimate Uganda conservation and safari experience! Activities will include Mountain gorilla trekking, lion tracking, chimpanzee trekking and conservation experience, game drives in the world’s most beautiful National Park, boat safaris, visiting traditional Kingdoms, the Sempaya Hot Springs, and photographing the famous tree-climbing lions. National Parks and protected areas you will visit include Kibale National Park, Semuliki National Park, Queen Elizabeth National Park and Bwindi Impenetrable National Park.
As part of this exclusive conservation safari, you will join a unique chimpanzee tracking and conservation experience, visit Kibale National Park, Bigodi and ‘Amabere ga nyina mwiru’ cultural sites in Fort Portal, participate in tree planting activities, support a project called “Save River Mpanga”, enjoy a hot springs experience, nature walks, hill climbing, and crater lakes viewing.
As part of this exclusive conservation safari you will visit the mountain gorillas in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park – located in the heart of Africa, in the southwest corner of Uganda; nestled between Uganda, Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of Congo.
As part of this tour you will visit Queen Elizabeth National Park and participate in activities such as a boat cruise, game drives and a unique conservation experience. You will get close to wild African big cats; you will join researchers on a Lion Tracking project in Queen Elizabeth National Park! This is not just an activity created for visitors; it means taking part in scientific research with data being recorded to give the researchers a better understanding of the habits of the lions found in Queen Elizabeth Park.