Classic 10 Days of Uganda In The Wild

Kofi travel safaris welcome you to this magical and adventurous 10 day safari tour through the pearl of Africa where you will have a visit to Lake Bunyonyi the deepest lake in Africa, found in Kabale district south western Uganda commonly known as Uganda’s Switzerland. While on this safari, you will have the opportunity to adventure some of its remarkable National Parks that is Kibale National park famous for chimpanzee trekking accompanied by various monkey species and wildlife that is the reknown savannah elephant not forgetting the BIGODI swamp walk which is very ideal for bird lovers, Queen Elizabeth ‘The Medley of wonders’ where you will have a remarkable game drive where you will have an encounter with a variety of wild animals among which include; elephants, buffaloes, leopards, kobs, antelopes among others and birds, boat cruise on its famous Kazinga channel and sightings of its climbing lions, Bwindi Impenetrable which habituates the world’s biggest number of mountain Gorillas and also a cultural visit to the ancient Batwa people who originally stayed in the forest whose cultural is very interesting.












10 Days




Various Locations


Game Drives
Boat Cruise
Park Fees


Soft-drinks and alcoholic drinks
Additional activities
Lunch-stopover at the first and last day
Any other personal purchases like souvenirs etc.


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Tour Plan

Day 1; Arrival in Uganda

Arrive in the afternoon/evening at Entebbe International Airport and be received by your safari guide to begin your 10-day Uganda safari trip to the west of the country. Next the trip, you will be brought to the hotel to unwind and prepare for the adventures that await you the following day.

Day 2; Depart for Lake Bunyonyi

Today is a wonderful occasion! We begin our 10-day Uganda safari adventure with a fantastic early morning meal at the hotel before travelling for Lake Bunyonyi in the west. Then, on our route to Lake Bunyonyi, we will have the unique pleasure of visiting the Equator at Kayabwe for a picture opportunity and sightseeing. When we arrive, we will check into our favorite lodge. It promises to be a wonderful and unforgettable day as we begin our 10-day Uganda safari adventure!

Day 3: Lake Bunyonyi Experience

Lake Bunyonyi is a beautiful lake located in southwestern Uganda. It is one of the deepest lakes in Africa, reaching depths of up to 900 feet. It is also one of the few places in the world where you can find a population of otters. The lake is surrounded by 29 small islands, some of which are inhabited by local communities. It is also home to a variety of bird species, including the African fish eagle and the African black crake. The lake is a popular destination for tourists, who come to enjoy its serene atmosphere and stunning views. It is also a great spot for swimming, fishing, and canoeing. The lake is a great example of the natural beauty of Uganda and is a must-see for any traveler.

Experience the beauty of Lake Bunyonyi starting with an unforgettable breakfast at a lodge, followed by a boat cruise on the lake where you will enjoy bird watching and stunning views of the little islands. Take a lunch break to refuel before continuing your adventure, take a nature walk to the top of the world and enjoy the stunning views while capturing the perfect photo. With so much to do, Lake Bunyonyi promises a truly memorable experience.

Day 4: Transfer to Bwindi Impenetrable National Park

to learn about the different stages of the coffee production process, from harvesting the beans to roasting and grinding them. You also have the opportunity to meet the local farmers and learn about their traditional methods of growing, harvesting, and processing coffee. In addition, you can sample some of the finest coffee in the world, made with beans grown right on the farm. Whether you are a coffee enthusiast or simply looking for a unique experience, a visit to a coffee farm at Bwindi National Park is sure to be an unforgettable experience.

This is sure to be an unforgettable day of exploration and discovery.

Day 5: Bwindi Impenetrable National Park

Day 5 of our 10 days Uganda safari trip at Bwindi Impenetrable National Park is an unforgettable experience. Bwindi Impenetrable National Park is a stunningly beautiful park located in southwestern Uganda. It is home to roughly half of the world’s mountain gorillas, making it a popular destination for gorilla trekking. The park is part of the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, which is one of the most biologically diverse areas in Africa. It is home to over 120 species of mammals, 348 species of birds, 220 species of butterflies, and 27 species of frogs. The park is also home to many endangered species, including the African elephant, the African golden cat, and the giant forest hog. Bwindi Impenetrable National Park offers visitors the opportunity to explore its lush rainforests, spot wildlife, and experience the thrill of gorilla trekking. It is an unforgettable experience for anyone looking to explore the beauty of this unique and fragile ecosystem.

We started the day with a delicious breakfast at the lodge, followed by a briefing at the park headquarters. Then we ventured into the forest for an amazing gorilla trekking experience. After a few hours of exploration and memorable moment with the gentle giants, we returned to the lodge for lunch and a refreshing break.

To round off the day, we experienced a one-of-a-kind cultural encounter with the Batwa people. The Batwa cultural experience is an incredible opportunity for tourists to learn about a unique and ancient culture.

The Batwa are an indigenous people of the Great Lakes region of Africa, and they have a rich history and culture that has been passed down through generations. Tourists can learn about the traditional lifestyle of the Batwa, including their music, dance, and storytelling. They can also experience the Batwa's traditional hunting and gathering practices, and learn about the medicinal plants they use.

Tourists can even try their hand at making traditional Batwa crafts, such as baskets and pottery. With this cultural experience, tourists can gain a deeper understanding of the Batwa people and their culture, and gain a unique insight into the history of the Great Lakes region.

Day 6: Transfer to Queen Elizabeth National Park

Today is Day 6 of our 10 days Uganda safari trip of adventure and exploration! After a delicious morning breakfast at the lodge, we will check out and depart for Queen Elizabeth National Park. Along the way, we will have plenty of opportunities to take photographs and admire the scenic views. We will stop for lunch enroute before arriving at the lodge, where we will check in and take some time to relax and refresh.

Day 7: Queen Elizabeth National Park

Day 7 of our 10 days Uganda safari trip at Queen Elizabeth National Park experience is an amazing adventure. Start the day with a delicious breakfast at the lodge and set off for an exciting morning game drive. The morning game drive is a great way to start the day and to get a glimpse of the beauty ofthe park with incredible animal species like elephants, lions, leopards, buffaloes, and many more.

As you drive through the park, you might be able to spot the different animals in their natural habitat, and you may even get lucky enough to see some of the more elusive species. After a lunch break, you will go an afternoon boat cruise on the Kazinga Channel, where you will see an abundance of wildlife like hippos, crocodiles and land mammals coming in for an evening water sip. The sights, sounds, and smells of the park will stay with you long after you have left. After return to the lodge, take some time to relax and refresh at the lodge. It promises to be an exciting day!

Day 8: Transfer to Kibale National Park

Today is the 8th day of our 10 days Uganda safari trip with an exciting journey to Kibale National Park! We will start the day off with a delicious breakfast at the lodge before setting off for Kibale National Park. We will have plenty of opportunities to take some stunning photos and take in the beautiful scenery. Along the way, we will stop for lunch before arriving at our lodge and checking in. We are sure to have a wonderful day full of adventure and exploration!

Day 9: Kibale National Park

Kibale National Park is a renowned tourist attraction in Uganda. The park is home to the world's biggest chimp population and is also known for its tremendous biodiversity and beautiful tropical rainforest. It is home to a wide range of primates, including the endangered chimp, as well as over 375 bird species. The park is an excellent site to see wildlife in its natural habitat and to enjoy the splendor of the African rainforest.

The ninth day of our ten-day Uganda safari adventure to Kibale National Park is an exciting one! We begin with a hearty breakfast at the lodge, followed by a briefing at the headquarters. Then we embark on an exciting chimp trekking excursion in the wild. Chimpanzee trekking in Kibale National Park is an unforgettable experience. It is an extraordinary experience to go through the beautiful tropical forest and watch these amazing primates in their natural environment. Other primates such as red colobus monkeys, grey-cheeked mangabeys, and L'Hoest's monkeys can be seen in addition to the chimps.

Kibale National Park is an excellent location for viewing chimps and other primates in their naturalistic way.

Taking a break for lunch afterwards. After lunch, we visited the Bigodi community and went on a swamp walk. Bigodi Wetlands Sanctuary is a community development effort on the outskirts of Kibale National Park. On your walk through the swamp, you will spot different bird species such as Abyssinian groundthrush, African pitta, Black bee-eater, Black-capped apalis, Black-eared groundthrush, Blue- breasted kingfisher, Brown-chested alethe, Collared apalis, Crowned eagle and primates which include red colobus monkey, red tailed monkeys, chimpanzees, vervet monkeys, black and white colobus monkeys.

Finally, we return to the lodge to refresh and prepare for our journey back to the capital.

Day 10; Transfer to Kampala/ Airport Dropoff

On the tenth and last day of our 10-day Uganda safari, we will move to Kampala, Uganda's capital city, and see the attractions along the route. Finally, you will be dropped off at Entebbe airport for your departure flight back home. This will be an interesting and unforgettable trip since we will have exploredthe beauty of the Ugandan scenery as well as the country's culture. We're sure to have a great time and make memories that last a lifetime.


*This program is only for orientation. Of course, all mentioned activities are included. However, the exact program can be subject to change due to traffic, weather and other unforeseen events.

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