18 Days Rwanda Uganda Safari Tour

Embark on an unforgettable journey through two of Africa’s most stunning and wildlife-rich countries – Rwanda and Uganda! Over the course of 18 incredible days, you’ll explore some of the most iconic national parks and cultural landmarks that the region has to offer.

Begin your adventure with a tour of Kigali, the bustling capital of Rwanda, before immersing yourself in the diverse landscapes and wildlife of Akagera and Nyungwe National Parks. Experience the thrill of gorilla trekking in Volcanoes National Park, visit the final resting place of conservationist Dian Fossey, and get up close and personal with golden monkeys.

Then, cross the border into Uganda to discover the enchanting beauty of Lake Bunyonyi, go on a game drive and boat safari in Queen Elizabeth National Park, track chimpanzees in Kibale Forest, and witness the thundering power of Murchison Falls. With a visit to Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary to cap off your journey, this 18-day safari tour promises to be an adventure of a lifetime!

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Day 1: Arrival in Kigali, Rwanda

As you arrive in Kigali, Rwanda, you'll immediately feel the warmth and hospitality of this beautiful country. After a long flight, you'll appreciate the ease and comfort of being picked up by our representative and whisked away to your hotel. Take the opportunity to rest and recharge, while also taking in the sights and sounds of Kigali.

You may choose to explore the local markets and restaurants, or simply unwind in the peaceful surroundings of your hotel. Whatever you choose, know that the adventure that awaits you over the next 18 days will be an experience of a lifetime, filled with breathtaking landscapes, thrilling wildlife encounters, and cultural experiences that will leave you with lasting memories. So sit back, relax, and get ready to embark on a journey of discovery and wonder.

Day 2: Kigali City Tour

Enjoy a thorough city tour on Day 2 of your 18-day Rwanda Uganda Safari Tour to fully immerse yourself in Kigali's fascinating history. The Genocide Memorial Center will be your first destination, where you may learn about the horrific events that occurred in Rwanda in 1994 and pay respects to the victims.

Visit the Kandt House Museum of Natural History next to learn more about the geology and meteorology of Rwanda as well as its flora and wildlife. After a delicious local lunch, you will head to Nyamata Genocide Memorial Site for an afternoon visit, where you will witness firsthand the impact of the genocide on the local community. This experience will be a poignant reminder of the importance of unity, tolerance, and peace in our world.

Day 3: Transfer to Akagera National Park

Day 3 of the 18 Days Rwanda Uganda safari tour itinerary involves transferring to Akagera National Park. This is a vast wilderness area located in the eastern part of Rwanda. The day begins with breakfast, after which you will embark on a journey to the park. On the way, you will have the opportunity to pass by Kings Museum, which is a historic site that provides insight into Rwanda's monarchy.

Upon arrival at Akagera Park, you will check into your room and relax in preparation for the activities ahead. The park is home to a variety of wildlife, including elephants, lions, giraffes, hippos, and many other species of animals. During your visit to Akagera National Park, you will have the opportunity to go on game drives, guided walks, and boat rides to explore the park and see the animals up close.

In conclusion, Day 3 of the 18 Days Rwanda Uganda safari tour itinerary involves transferring to Akagera National Park, checking into your room, and getting ready for the activities ahead that allow you to explore the park and see the wildlife up close. The activities include game drives, guided walks, and boat rides, all of which provide a unique and unforgettable experience in the park.

Day 4: Akagera National Park Experience

On Day 4 of the 18 Days Rwanda Uganda Safari tour itinerary, you will experience the Akagera National Park. This national park is located in the eastern part of Rwanda and covers an area of about 1,200 square kilometers. The park is named after the Akagera River, which flows through it and forms the park's eastern boundary.

Your day will start with a morning game drive in the park. This is an excellent opportunity to spot the park's wildlife, which includes elephants, giraffes, zebras, buffalos, lions, leopards, hyenas, and many other species. The park is also home to over 500 bird species, making it a birdwatcher's paradise.

After the morning game drive, you will have some free time to relax and have lunch. In the afternoon, you will go on a boat cruise on Lake Ihema, which is the second-largest lake in Rwanda. The boat cruise is a unique experience that allows you to see the park's wildlife from a different perspective. You can expect to see hippos, crocodiles, and various water birds during the boat cruise.

In the evening, you will embark on a night game drive. This is a rare opportunity to see the park's nocturnal wildlife, such as leopards, hyenas, and servals. Night game drives are conducted with the help of spotlights, which illuminate the animals' eyes, making it easier to spot them.

A guided walk is another activity that you can undertake in the park. This activity allows you to explore the park on foot and get a closer look at the flora and fauna of the park. You will be accompanied by a guide who will help you identify different species of animals, birds, and plants.

Overall, the Akagera National Park experience on Day 4 of the 18 Days Rwanda Uganda Safari tour itinerary offers a unique opportunity to explore the park's wildlife and natural beauty. The morning game drive, boat cruise on Lake Ihema, and night game drive provide a diverse range of experiences that are sure to leave a lasting impression.

Day 5: Transfer to Nyungwe National Park

On Day 5 of your 18-day Rwanda Uganda safari tour, you will transfer to Nyungwe National Park, which is situated in the southwestern part of Rwanda. The journey from your current location to the park will start after breakfast, and it will take a few hours to reach the destination.

Nyungwe National Park is one of the most important protected areas in Rwanda and is known for its rich biodiversity and stunning landscapes. One of the key highlights of the park is the opportunity to go chimpanzee trekking. You will have a chance to see these primates up close and observe their natural behavior in their natural habitat.

Upon arrival at the park, you will first experience the Canopy Walk, which is one of the most exciting activities offered in the park. The Canopy Walk is a unique walkway that is suspended over the treetops, and it provides an amazing bird's eye view of the lush rainforest below. It is a thrilling experience, and it offers a chance to see some of the park's wildlife from a unique perspective.

After the Canopy Walk, you will have the remainder of the day to relax at your lodge. Nyungwe National Park has several accommodation options ranging from budget to luxury, and all of them are set in beautiful surroundings. You can take a stroll around the lodge, take a dip in the pool or simply relax and take in the stunning views of the park.

In summary, Day 5 of your 18-day Rwanda Uganda safari tour will involve a transfer to Nyungwe National Park, where you will experience the Canopy Walk and have the opportunity to go chimpanzee trekking the next day. You will also have some free time to relax and unwind at your lodge before continuing your adventure on Day 6.

Day 6: Chimpanzee trekking in Nyungwe National Park

Day 6 of the 18 Days Rwanda Uganda safari tour itinerary will be a day dedicated to Chimpanzee trekking in Nyungwe National Park. You will start your day early in the morning, accompanied by a guide, who will lead you on a trek through the forest to observe the magnificent chimpanzees in their natural habitat. The trekking experience will be an incredible opportunity to witness the chimpanzees in their natural environment, and observe their behavior and social interactions up close.

Nyungwe National Park is home to several primate species, including the chimpanzees, and is known for its rich biodiversity and stunning natural beauty. The park is a lush and dense forest that provides the perfect habitat for the chimpanzees to thrive. The chimpanzees in Nyungwe are habituated, which means that they are accustomed to human presence, making it possible for visitors to observe them without causing any disturbance to their natural behavior.

The trekking experience will take several hours, and you will need to be physically fit to complete the trek. Your guide will provide you with all the necessary information and safety guidelines to ensure that you have a safe and enjoyable experience.

After the chimpanzee trekking, you will transfer to Volcanoes National Park, which is home to the endangered mountain gorillas. Volcanoes National Park is located in the northern part of Rwanda, and is one of the best places in the world to observe these magnificent animals in their natural habitat.

The transfer to Volcanoes National Park will take several hours, and you will have the opportunity to enjoy the stunning scenery and landscapes along the way. Upon arrival, you will check into your accommodation and rest for the evening, in preparation for the next day's gorilla trekking experience.

Overall, Day 6 of the 18 Days Rwanda Uganda safari tour itinerary will be an unforgettable experience, providing you with the opportunity to witness some of Africa's most incredible primates in their natural habitat. From the chimpanzees in Nyungwe National Park to the mountain gorillas in Volcanoes National Park, this day will be filled with adventure, excitement, and awe-inspiring natural beauty.

Day 7: Gorilla Trekking in Volcanoes National Park

Day 7 of the 18 Days Rwanda Uganda safari tour itinerary involves Gorilla Trekking in Volcanoes National Park, which is considered as the highlight of the trip. The day begins with an early morning start as you set out for the park headquarters for a briefing. You will be given important information about gorilla trekking, including the dos and don'ts and safety precautions.

After the briefing, you will be assigned to a gorilla family group and a guide who will lead you on the trek through the dense jungle. The trek can take between 2-6 hours depending on the location of the gorillas, their movements, and the terrain. The trek can be strenuous, and you need to be physically fit to undertake it. Along the way, you will enjoy stunning views of the park's natural beauty and unique flora and fauna.

Once you find the gorillas, you will have one hour to observe and take photos while maintaining a safe distance to avoid disturbing them. The experience of seeing these incredible creatures in their natural habitat is unforgettable and worth the trek. You will learn about their behavior, social structure, and the efforts of conservationists to protect them from poaching and habitat loss.

After the gorilla trekking, you will visit the Kariosoke research center and the Diana Fossey tombs in the afternoon. Kariosoke research center is a research facility dedicated to the study of mountain gorillas, while the Diana Fossey tomb is a tribute to the American primatologist who spent her life studying and protecting these magnificent animals.

In the evening, you will have the opportunity to relax and unwind at your hotel, reflecting on the day's activities and the incredible experience of encountering the gorillas in their natural habitat. Overall, Day 7 of the Rwanda Uganda safari tour itinerary is an exciting and unforgettable experience that will stay with you for a lifetime.

Day 8: Golden monkey Trekking and a Visit to the Twin lakes of Buhonda and Burera

Day 8 of your 18-day Rwanda-Uganda Safari itinerary offers a unique opportunity to experience the rare and captivating golden monkey trekking in Volcanoes National Park. Golden monkey trekking in Rwanda is a truly unique and memorable experience that combines adventure and wildlife in a stunning natural setting. As one of the rarest and most endangered primate species in the world, the golden monkey is a fascinating creature that can only be found in the Virunga Mountains, a chain of volcanic mountains that straddles the border between Rwanda, Uganda, and the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Trekking through the lush rainforests of the Virunga Mountains, visitors have the opportunity to witness these playful and curious primates in their natural habitat, darting through the trees and leaping from branch to branch in search of food. With their distinctive golden fur and expressive faces, golden monkeys are a joy to watch and photograph, and visitors can spend up to an hour observing them up close.

As visitors make their way through the forest, they will be surrounded by the sights and sounds of the wilderness, from the vibrant greenery and towering trees to the chirping of birds and the rustling of leaves underfoot.

After your unforgettable morning adventure, you will have the chance to immerse yourself in the local culture with a visit to Iby’Iwacu village. Iby'Iwacu cultural village is a fascinating showcase of traditional Rwandan life and culture, offering visitors a unique opportunity to immerse themselves in the country's rich heritage. Located near the famous Volcanoes National Park, the village is home to a community of locals who are committed to preserving their cultural traditions and sharing them with the world.

Here, you can interact with the friendly locals, learn about their customs and traditions, and even participate in traditional activities like dancing and weaving. These experiences not only provide a fascinating glimpse into traditional Rwandan life, but also support the local community by generating income and creating employment opportunities.

In the evening, you will have a visit to the twin lakes of Buhonda and Burera, offering a chance to marvel at the serene beauty of these stunning lakes. As you explore the area, you will be treated to an amazing view of the surrounding hills and valleys.

Day 9: Lake Bunyonyi Relaxation

Day 9 of the 18 Days Rwanda Uganda safari tour itinerary involves crossing the border from Rwanda into Uganda and heading to Lake Bunyonyi, which is a picturesque lake situated amidst lush hills. This day is all about relaxation and enjoying the natural beauty of Lake Bunyonyi.

Once you arrive at Lake Bunyonyi, you can take some time to unwind and enjoy the stunning scenery that surrounds you. The lake is known for its clear blue waters and is often referred to as the "Switzerland of Africa" due to its scenic beauty.

One of the most popular activities to do at Lake Bunyonyi is to take a canoe ride on the lake. This is an excellent opportunity to explore the lake and take in the breathtaking views of the surrounding hills. You can also take a swim in the lake, which is safe and refreshing.

If you prefer a more laid-back activity, you can simply relax on the shores of the lake and take in the scenery. The peaceful atmosphere of Lake Bunyonyi is perfect for a day of rest and relaxation.

Overall, Day 9 of the 18 Days Rwanda Uganda safari tour itinerary is a chance to appreciate the natural beauty of Lake Bunyonyi and take part in some enjoyable activities. Whether you choose to take a canoe ride, go for a swim, or simply relax on the shore, you're sure to have a memorable day at this stunning location.

Day 10: Transfer to Bwindi Impenetrable Forest

Day 10 of the 18 Days Rwanda Uganda safari tour itinerary takes you to Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, which is a national park located in southwestern Uganda. The park is famous for being home to more than half of the world's remaining mountain gorillas, and the gorilla trekking activity is the main highlight of this day's itinerary.

The day begins with an early morning departure from your previous destination to Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, which is about 4-5 hours' drive away. Along the way, you'll have the opportunity to see the stunning Ugandan landscape, which includes rolling hills, verdant forests, and rural villages.

Upon arrival at the park, you'll have the remainder of the day to rest and prepare for tomorrow's gorilla trek. This will involve a briefing from the park rangers, who will provide you with important information about the gorillas and the trekking process.

It's recommended that you use this time to acclimate to the higher altitude and to ensure that you have all the necessary equipment and supplies for the trek. This may include sturdy hiking boots, long-sleeved shirts and trousers, rain gear, and a small backpack to carry your water, snacks, and camera.

Bwindi Impenetrable Forest is a dense and challenging terrain to navigate, so it's essential that you're physically fit and able to trek for several hours. The park rangers will assign you to a specific gorilla family group to visit based on your fitness level and the difficulty of the trek.

Overall, Day 10 of the 18 Days Rwanda Uganda safari tour itinerary offers an exciting and awe-inspiring opportunity to witness the magnificent mountain gorillas in their natural habitat. By taking the time to rest and prepare, you'll be able to fully enjoy the experience and create unforgettable memories of your time in Uganda.

Day 11: Gorilla Trekking in Uganda Experience

Day 11 of the 18-day Rwanda Uganda safari tour is dedicated to Gorilla Trekking in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, one of the most biologically diverse forests in Uganda.

The day will start early in the morning to give ample time for the gorilla trekking activity. A professional guide will lead you through the forest, which is home to over 400 mountain gorillas, half of the world's population. The trek will be a challenging one, but the reward of encountering these magnificent creatures in their natural habitat will be worth the effort.

Gorilla trekking is an eco-tourism activity that allows you to observe the behavior and daily routines of gorillas while promoting their conservation. The trekking time can vary from 1-6 hours, depending on the location of the gorilla family you are assigned to track. Once you locate the gorillas, you will spend an hour in their presence, observing them in their natural habitat, taking photos, and learning about their behavior.

Bwindi Impenetrable Forest is also home to other primates such as chimpanzees, monkeys, and baboons. The forest also boasts over 350 bird species and other wildlife such as elephants, antelopes, and buffaloes.

After the gorilla trekking experience, you can relax and unwind at your lodge, recounting the amazing adventure of the day. You can also enjoy optional activities such as a community visit to the Batwa people, who are indigenous forest dwellers that have lived in the forest for centuries.

Overall, Day 11 of the 18-day Rwanda Uganda safari tour promises to be an unforgettable experience filled with adventure and natural beauty, and the opportunity to witness one of the most magnificent creatures on earth in their natural habitat.

Day 12: Transfer to Queen Elizabeth National Park

Day 12 of the 18-day Rwanda Uganda Safari Tour itinerary presents an exciting opportunity to explore the natural beauty of Uganda as you make your way from Bwindi Impenetrable National Park to Queen Elizabeth National Park. This journey promises to be a scenic and thrilling adventure as you soak in the stunning views along the way.

Upon arrival at Queen Elizabeth National Park, you will check into your lodge and prepare for an unforgettable experience - a night game drive. As the sun sets and darkness falls, the park comes to life with a variety of nocturnal animals that are rarely seen during the day. You'll have the chance to spot predators such as lions, leopards, and hyenas as they hunt for prey under the cover of darkness.

Queen Elizabeth National Park is a true gem of Uganda, offers a wide range of activities and attractions for nature lovers and adventure seekers alike hence nicknamed the “Meadow of Wonders” This unique experience will give you a whole new perspective on the wildlife of Uganda and leave you with memories that will last a lifetime. So, get ready for an evening filled with adventure and excitement as you embark on a night game drive in Queen Elizabeth National Park.

Day 13: Queen Elizabeth National Park Experience

Day 13 of the 18 Days Rwanda Uganda Safari Tour itinerary offers an exciting opportunity for wildlife enthusiasts to embark on a game drive and a boat safari in Queen Elizabeth National Park. This park is home to over 95 mammal species, including lions, leopards, elephants, buffaloes, and several antelope species. As you venture through the park, you will witness these magnificent creatures in their natural habitat, going about their daily activities.

The game drive takes place in the early morning when the animals are most active, giving you a chance to see some of the park's most iconic animals such as elephants, buffaloes, lions, leopards, and hyenas, among others. The vast expanse of the park, coupled with its diverse landscapes, makes it an ideal location for spotting these majestic creatures in their natural habitats.

In the afternoon, you'll get to experience the park from a different perspective as you take a boat safari on the Kazinga Channel. This waterway is home to a thriving population of hippos and crocodiles, and you'll have an opportunity to observe them up close as they go about their daily activities. You'll also get to see a variety of bird species, including kingfishers, herons, and pelicans, among others, making it a birder's paradise.

Overall, Day 13 of the itinerary promises to be an unforgettable experience, with the chance to see some of the most remarkable wildlife in Africa from both land and water perspectives.

Day 14: Transfer to Kibale Forest National Park

Day 14 of the 18-day Rwanda Uganda Safari Tour takes you on an exciting journey from Queen Elizabeth National Park to Kibale Forest National Park. As you embark on your journey, you will be treated to breathtaking views of the Ugandan countryside, passing through scenic landscapes and local villages.

Upon arrival at Kibale Forest National Park, you will check into your lodge and have the rest of the day to relax and enjoy the tranquil surroundings. The park is home to a diverse array of wildlife, including over 13 different primate species, making it a haven for nature lovers and wildlife enthusiasts.

While at the park, you can engage in a variety of exciting activities such as chimpanzee trekking, nature walks, and bird watching. Chimpanzee trekking is one of the park's main attractions, where you will have the opportunity to observe these fascinating primates in their natural habitat. You will be guided by an experienced ranger who will provide you with insights into the behavior and habits of these incredible animals.

For nature lovers, a walk through the lush forest provides an opportunity to explore the park's diverse flora and fauna. You will encounter a variety of bird species, butterflies, and plants, making for an unforgettable experience.

Overall, Day 14 of the Rwanda Uganda Safari Tour offers an exciting blend of adventure, nature, and relaxation, as you explore one of Uganda's most spectacular natural wonders.

Day 15: Chimpanzee Trekking

Day 15 of the 18 Days Rwanda Uganda Safari Tour itinerary offers a unique opportunity to track chimpanzees in their natural habitat in Kibale Forest National Park. As one of the most biodiverse areas in Africa, Kibale Forest is home to over 1,400 chimpanzees and other primate species hence dubbed the” Primate of the World”. In addition to chimpanzees, Kibale Forest National Park is home to other primates such as the L'Hoest's monkey, blue monkey, red-tailed monkey, and the black and white colobus monkey. The park is also a birdwatcher's paradise, with over 375 bird species recorded within its boundaries.

Chimpanzee tracking in Kibale Forest National Park provides a thrilling experience as visitors can observe these intelligent creatures up close as they move through the dense forest, interact with one another, and forage for food. With the guidance of experienced trackers, visitors can learn about the social behavior of chimpanzees and the importance of conserving their habitat.

As you trek through the lush forest, you will also have the chance to spot other primates, such as red-tailed and blue monkeys, as well as a variety of bird species. The forest is home to over 300 bird species, including the African grey parrot and the black bee-eater, making it a bird watcher's paradise.

In the afternoon, the tour continues to the Bigodi Wetlands Sanctuary for a guided nature walk. The sanctuary is a haven for bird lovers, with over 138 bird species recorded, including the great blue turaco and the African grey parrot. The wetlands also offer a unique opportunity to spot a wide range of wildlife, such as primates, butterflies, and reptiles.

Overall, Day 15 of the 18 Days Rwanda Uganda Safari Tour itinerary promises an unforgettable experience of tracking chimpanzees in their natural habitat and exploring the rich biodiversity of the Bigodi Wetlands Sanctuary.

Day 16: Transfer to Murchison Falls National Park

Day 16 of the 18 Days Rwanda Uganda Safari Tour itinerary takes you on a scenic drive from Kibale Forest National Park to Murchison Falls National Park. This journey will give you an opportunity to enjoy the beautiful landscapes of Uganda and witness the changing scenery as you leave the lush rainforests of Kibale and enter the savannah plains of Murchison Falls.

Upon arrival at Murchison Falls National Park, you will check into your lodge and have the rest of the day at leisure. Murchison Falls National Park is one of the most beautiful and diverse parks in Uganda, known for its impressive waterfalls, abundant wildlife, and stunning views of the Nile River.

During your stay at Murchison Falls National Park, you will have the opportunity to go on game drives and spot a wide variety of wildlife including elephants, giraffes, lions, leopards, hyenas, buffalos, and many more. You can also take a boat safari to the bottom of the falls where you will witness the power of the Nile River as it squeezes through a narrow gorge and drops 43 meters down to create the stunning Murchison Falls.

In addition to wildlife viewing, Murchison Falls National Park also offers a range of other activities including nature walks, birdwatching, and community visits to learn about the local culture and way of life. With its diverse range of activities and breathtaking natural beauty, Murchison Falls National Park is sure to be a highlight of your Uganda safari adventure.

Day 17: Game Drive and Boat Safari in Murchison Falls National Park

Day 17 of the 18 Days Rwanda Uganda Safari Tour is an adventure-packed day that combines a thrilling game drive and a serene boat safari in Murchison Falls National Park.

The day starts early in the morning with an exciting game drive, offering an opportunity to see some of the park's most iconic wildlife. The park is home to the famous Big Five animals, including elephants, buffaloes, lions, leopards, and rhinos, as well as other species like hyenas, giraffes, zebras, and antelopes. As you venture through the park's diverse habitats, ranging from savannah grasslands to dense forests, you'll have a chance to spot some of these incredible animals up close and witness their fascinating behaviors in the wild.

After a thrilling morning drive, the adventure continues in the afternoon with a boat safari on the Nile River to the base of Murchison Falls. As you glide down the river, you'll witness the stunning scenery of the park from a unique perspective and encounter a variety of aquatic species, including crocodiles, hippos, and water birds. The highlight of the boat safari is the base of the falls, where you'll witness the powerful force of the Nile River as it crashes through a narrow gorge and plunges down a 45-meter drop, creating a magnificent spectacle of mist and sound.

Overall, the Day 17 Game Drive and Boat Safari in Murchison Falls National Park is a fantastic way to experience the natural wonders and wildlife of Uganda, offering a perfect balance of excitement and tranquility that will leave you with unforgettable memories.

Day 18: Transfer to Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary and Departure

On the eighteenth day and final day of your Rwanda Uganda Safari Tour, you will embark on a thrilling journey from Murchison Falls National Park to Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary. This is a unique opportunity to witness the majestic rhinos in their natural habitat, as the sanctuary is the only place in Uganda where these endangered animals roam free.

After enjoying a delicious breakfast, you will set off on a scenic drive through the picturesque landscapes of Uganda, where you will have a chance to soak in the breathtaking views of the countryside. As you arrive at Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary, you will check into your lodge and prepare for an unforgettable experience.

The sanctuary covers an area of 70 square kilometers and is home to around 22 southern white rhinos. You will have a chance to get up close and personal with these magnificent creatures, as you embark on a guided walking safari through the park.

Led by experienced rangers, you will explore the vast terrain of the sanctuary and learn about the history and conservation efforts behind this magnificent project. Along the way, you will encounter various species of wildlife, including antelopes, bushbucks, and monkeys.

As the day draws to a close, guests will be transferred to the Entebbe International Airport, where they will board their flight back home, carrying with them unforgettable memories of the amazing experiences they've had during their 18-day adventure. From the awe-inspiring gorilla trekking in the dense jungles of Rwanda to the stunning landscapes of Uganda, this safari tour has truly been an experience of a lifetime.

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