Tuesday, May 21, 2019
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Day one started on arrival at Entebbe where we were welcomed by Moses and taken to the lodge to rest for the next journey. Very early in the morning, day two started with breakfast and then headed west from Kampala towards Kibale National Park. Along the way, we made stop over at Mubende and bargain at the roadside markets, continued and had our lunch the park’s lodge and rested for the next day. Day three starts early in the morning with a briefing at the centre.

Kibale is one of the most rewarded areas with chimpanzees and appealing to explore. The tropical rain forests of this park attract the stay of chimpanzees. These seem not to be shy and while enjoying their behaviors, they also seem to enjoy yours and even go ahead to stage the human behaviors as they stand on their hind legs walking straight. The chimps tracking walks start from Kanyanchu centre at 8am with in a group of six people lasting for three hours. The chimps are seen swinging in tree branches as you track through the forest. While you enjoy the chimps in the sunny side of nature, an opportunity to sight a variety of birds is in your hands. This is only in Nature Adventure Uganda that you can pay for chimps tracking and get the best you would ever think of. Book in advance at only 150 US dollars to avoid disappointment.

Day four already in Queen Elizabeth through Fort portal. Early in the morning, took a game drive to discover the amazing wildlife that resides here, including hyenas, lions, warthogs, and antelope. As we travel along the northern circuit we discovered tree climbing lions that reside in the numerous fig trees that line the main road. We also visited the Uganda Kob mating growing where the lions prefer to hunt. In the evening, we headed to the crater lakes region and discover the traditional salt industries and mining methods that are found here. We ended an eventful and scenic day at our booked Mweya Safari lodge.

Day five the final day for the safari started early to catch up with our late in the evening flight. Along the way, we met the Royal Drum Makers, stand on the equator in Masaka and take photos beside the Uganda Equator Marker, and bargain at the roadside markets and finally to Kampala and dropped to the air port. Do not hesitate to book Nature Adventure Uganda for they render affordable and the best services you would ever think of.

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