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Nature Adventure Uganda is the most affordable tour company to travel with in Uganda.  It offers all safaris of interest. Offers free transportation to and from the airport. At 600US dollars, a Gorilla permit is booked in advance to avoid missing out on the ultimate Gorilla experience at Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park. For wildlife safari, the earlier booking the better to enjoy the best wildlife in Queen Elizabeth National Park. Day one is travelling from Kampala via the Equator where we stopped for photos and also met the royal drum makers. Continued Kabale to the park where we rested for the track the next day

Day two started with an early morning breakfast began our fantastic journey into the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest to track gorillas. Drove to the National Park’s headquarters for registration and join a gorilla trekking briefing about the do’s and the don’ts of your Gorilla Trek.

Once this was done, we tracked through thick creepers and undergrowth with our guides to find the Gorillas, which took us from half an hour to three quarters of the day. The steeply forested landscape was incredibly dense but crisscrossed by numerous animal trails allowing access to tourists. On our trek, we were able to spot other primates, birds and rare tree species.

After finding the gorillas, we were allowed to spend one hour with them before trekking back to the Park headquarter. This was indeed an extraordinary feeling being with these beautiful yet endangered Creatures. We were awarded a certificate for participating in gorilla trekking tour and thus contributing to the conservation of mountain gorillas. After the track, we traveled direct to Queen Elizabeth National Park for the wildlife encounter.

Day three starts early in the morning taking breakfast at the camp. Took a game drive which attracted most of the wild creatures such as hyenas, elephants, buffalo, baboons, lions, warthogs, and antelope. As we traveled along the northern circuit where 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.  Chimpanzee tracking was also part of the safari in this park. These were discovered in their natural environment of Kyambura Gorge hence explaining its atmospheric rain forests including the vegetation which attracts most wildlife here. A number of bird species is also at sight in this park explaining the ecosystem of this park. The day ended with a cruise which gave us the sight for the resident hippos and crocodiles at the banks of the river. Day four was a travel day to Kampala after the safari. Book now to avoid missing out on such events with the best service provider Nature Adventure Uganda.

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