Hike, Trek, and Canoe Across Uganda on our 11 Day Private Safari
Uganda is truly a destination for everyone, from a first-time African traveler to a safari veteran. It is a country of vast diversity, offering the highest mountain range in Africa, the magnificent Great African Rift Valley, the mighty Nile River, the second largest fresh water lake in the world and the famous and remote Murchison Falls. Its people are renowned as being the friendliest and most charming on the whole continent, and make one and all feel welcomed and relaxed from arrival to departure.
Uganda is possibly the most diverse natural history country in Africa. It is one of the top birding destinations in Africa. Lush, tropical rain forests are a prominent feature in Uganda’s ecosystems and are said to have the most diverse and largest population of diurnal and nocturnal primates in the world, including chimpanzees and the endangered mountain gorillas. Home to elephants, lions, buffalo, and a wealth of other game species, including sitatunga, giant forest hog, topi, oribi, giraffe, zebra and hartebeest, the National Parks in Uganda won't disappoint for safari adventure and discovery.
The Active Uganda itinerary is a comprehensive safari visiting most of Uganda’s top safari regions. There's plenty to keep you active and moving: chimp & gorilla trekking, canoeing, cultural interactions, and hiking. This ten day safari offers a thrilling visit with the Mountain Gorillas in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park, chimpanzee trekking in both Kibale National Park and Kyambura Gorge, multiple game drives in Queen Elizabeth National Park with its wide array of wildlife, including the famous tree climbing lions. Luxury accommodation, professional guides and custom made safari vehicles - this safari will be the trip of a lifetime.
This privately guided safari, perfect for families or a group of friends.
We can customize this itinerary for you to create a truly unique safari!
Day 1: Arrive Entebbe, Uganda - Karibu Guest House
Day 2: Flight to Kasese - Ndali Lodge
Day 3: Chimp Trekking in Kibale - Ndali Lodge
Day 4: Exploring Crater Lake - Ndali Lodge
Day 5: Kazinga Channel Cruise in Queen Elizabeth National Park - Elephant Plains Lodge
Day 6: Kyambura Hike & Game Drives in Queen Elizabeth National Park - Elephant Plains Lodge
Day 7: Lion Tracking in Queen Elizabeth- Mahogany Springs Lodge
Day 8: Hike across Bwindi Park - Chameleon Hills Lodge
Day 9: Gorilla Trekking - Chameleon Hills Lodge
Day 10: Canoeing - Chameleon Hills Lodge
Day 11: Flight to Entebbe
Our Active Uganda is a private, tailor-made itinerary, so there are no specific departure dates. Just let us know your potential travel dates and we will check on availability of all services.
Contact us for the best time of year to travel and we'll work with you to design a personalized Uganda experience.
PAYMENT: A non-refundable, 20% deposit is required within 7 days of receipt of invoice to confirm booking. Balance is due 7 weeks before departure. If booking is within 7 weeks of departure date, entire balance is due upon receipt of invoice.
Other terms & conditions apply.
PERMITS (not included in rate):
Gorilla Trekking Permit: $700/person; non-refundable
Chimp Trekking Permit: $200/person; non-refundable
Kyambura Gorge Hike Permit: $50/person; non-refundable
- See the detailed itinerary for a complete list of what's included and excluded.
- Included: In general, rate includes all lodging, park fees, meals (drinks excl), airport transfers, and services of driver/professional guide.
- Excluded:. In general, rate excludes airfare to/from Africa, gorilla/chimp/hiking permits, entry visas, covid tests, insurance, tipping, drinks
$8375.00 (2 guests)
$6915.00 (4 guests)
$6430.00 (6 guests)
Rate is per person sharing and for cash payment by check or bank transfer. If you wish to pay with a credit card a 3.7% service fee will be added. Single supplement applies.
Length: 11 days/10 nights
Route: Starts/Ends in Entebbe
Vast plains teeming with wildlife? Exploring the bush on foot? Tracking mountain gorillas? Summiting Kilimanjaro? Meaningful interactions with local Africans?
Contact us with your dream of Africa and we'll get you started on your African adventure!