Monday, May 09, 2016

BUDGET UGANDA RWANDA MOUNTAIN GORILLA TREKKING SAFARI FOR 3 DAYS AT $1357 BASED ON 3 P'PLE


Budget Uganda Rwanda Mountian Gorilla Trekking safari for 3 days @US$1357 based on three p'ple budget with  gorilla trekking permit.
3 days Uganda-Rwanda budget Mountain gorilla safari trekking safari holiday  is comfortable, fully-escorted and guided safari tour through Rwanda features
lands of rolling hills, tranquil lakes, rain forests and jungles,gorillas and other primates, and glorious butterflies out numbered only by the plentiful birds. We make route for Dian Fossey's stunning Parc National des Volcans, where we embark on a trek to encounter the mighty mountain gorilla and follow one of five gorilla families. With 12 other primates in there a possibility of seeing tree-climbing lions! in Queen Elizabeth National Park plus the other 'BIG 5' - Leopard,Elephant, Hippos, Buffalo, lots of antelopes, forest hogs, hyena, and lots of birds (over 600 bird species)! Great scenic views like the unmissable calderas and crater lakes, Rwenzori Mountains.
gorilla-rwanda
Day 1: Briefing on the safari, transfer to volcanoes national park in Rwanda
Meet and greet with our local guide/driver at 06:00am, and then we drive heading to
southwestern Uganda with lunch en route, there is a local community popular for making local drums and crafts and a fruit market. Stopover, admire and buy yourself souvenirs. Proceed to the Equator line taken as one beautiful scenery in Africa - the pathway of the sun and take photographs.
Pass by mountains, tropical rainforest and bamboo forest during the ten hour journey.
Accommodation options available
Low Budget: Kinigi guest house Lodge in 1 triple room. (Driving time ± 10hrs on mainly surfaced roads)
Day 2: Gorilla trekking in Pac des Volcanoes
Have breakfast and go to ORTPN offices for briefing after that set off in the forest for Gorilla trekking. A thrilling trek through the refined foothills of the Virungas provides inspiring views in all directions. Then, suddenly the trail enters the national park, engrossing trekkers in the strange closeness of the rain forest, alive with the calls of colorful birds and chattering of the rare golden monkey, and besieged with fresh spoor of the mountains' elusive populations of buffalo and elephant. Through gaps in
the forest canopy, the marvelous peaks are sighted easily, easy to get to and among the uppermost in Africa, indicating an ascent. Gorilla trekking is quite strenuous but a worthwhile on encounter of these gentle giants. The enthusiasm of your coming across with these apes will wipe away your intricacy of
the strenuous trek. Spend time watching gorillas, watch the adults feeding their young ones, brushing and resting as the youngsters play from vines in a pleasurably playful display. And after tracking we depart for Queen Elizabeth national park. You will cross the border via Kisoro then clear at the boarder - Rwanda is 1
hour behind Uganda. We drive and arrive at the lodge late in the evening overnight at Kazinga channel viewresort. all meals on full board basis. (Driving time ± 7hrs on mainly surfaced roads)
Day 3: Queen Elizabeth National park
Safari in Queen Elizabeth National Park, Game drive to see lions, leopard, elephant,
buffalo, etc, return to Kampala/ Entebbe
We set out early in the morning for a game drive in the northern part of the park on the Kasenyi Track in search of lions, elephants, solitary buffaloes. This is the best time for opportunities of viewing the cats in action owing to the vast population of Uganda Kobs. We have an excellent chance to view just about every
animal here at very close range. After, return to your lodge for breakfast and head for Kampala (about 5 hours driving) via Mubende. This route travels through breathtaking scenery and delightfully rolling plantations, some of the best in Uganda. Depending on how much time we have on us we can tour around Kampala’s crafts and souvenirs markets before checking in at your hotel or being transferred to the airport.


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