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Discover the Majestic Shoebills and Savanna on our 10-Day Expedition Priced from $3,832

Entebbe City in Uganda
Photo of: Entebbe City in Uganda

Ziwa Rhino and Wildlife Ranch
Photo of: Ziwa Rhino and Wildlife Ranch

The Budongo Forest in Uganda
Photo of: The Budongo Forest in Uganda

Murchison Falls National Park
Photo of: Murchison Falls National Park

Kidepo Valley National Park
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Mount Elgon Shield volcano Uganda
Photo of: Mount Elgon Shield volcano Uganda

10-Day Adventure: Encounter Shoebills and Explore the Savanna.

Take in the breathtaking majesty of the savanna and get up close and personal with endangered shoebills on this ten-day, once-in-a-lifetime adventure. You will have the chance to learn about the Shoebills and Savanna on your ten-day excursion.Starting in Entebbe, go out on an incredible 10-day journey through Uganda's varied landscapes and wildlife-rich regions. Some of the most amazing places in the nation, such as Entebbe, Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary, Budongo Forest, Murchison Falls National Park, Kidepo Valley National Park, and Mt. Elgon, are included in this itinerary.

Day 1: Entebbe.

A transportation service will pick you up when you arrive at Entebbe International Airport and drive you to your accommodation. This will occur in the very near future. When you want to take some time to unwind and explore the area, the charming town of Entebbe, which is situated on the beaches of Lake Victoria, is a great place to visit. The beaches of Lake Victoria are home to Entebbe. Alternatively, you might travel to the Uganda Wildlife Education Centre and spend some time there, or you may sail on the lake till the sun sets. You have the choice of either of these two possibilities. You are capable of selecting any one of these two options.

Day 2: Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary.

The Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary group will begin its second day of operations on Tuesday.We strongly recommend heading straight out of Entebbe to the Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary. The only place in Uganda where you may see rhinos in their native habitat is at this sanctuary. We strongly recommend participating in a guided walking safari to better understand the ongoing conservation efforts and to get up close and personal with these stunning creatures.

Day 3: Budongo Forest.

The tour will also include a visit to the Budongo Forest region on the third day.The Budongo Forest, which is part of the expansive Murchison Falls Conservation Area, is accessible by a number of different means of transportation. Walking through the jungle and embarking on an incredible chimpanzee trekking adventure are two of the most thrilling activities that will be available among the numerous amazing ones. Both of these pursuits are worthwhile because they are exciting in and of themselves. It's possible that you will encounter different species of plants, birds, and other monkeys as you walk along the trail. It is something for which you ought to be ready.

Day 4-5: Murchison Falls National Park.

The goal for the fourth and fifth days is to arrive at Murchison Falls State Park National Park.You should keep traveling until you get to Murchison Falls National Park, which is recognized as one of Uganda's most visited tourist locations in terms of both visitor numbers and park area. During game drives, you can spot a variety of animals like elephants, giraffes, buffaloes, and tigers, among others. Buffaloes and lions may also be visible. A major advantage of game drives is the opportunity to witness a variety of animal species. While taking a boat journey down the Nile River, you will get the chance to see the magnificent Murchison Falls. You will carry this experience with you for the rest of your life and never forget it.

Day 6-7: Kidepo Valley National Park.

We will spent day six and seven at Kidepo Valley National Park, which was our destination on those days.Kidepo Valley National Park, located in the most challenging region of northeastern Uganda, is accessible by air. The Kidepo Valley is home to this park. You will get the chance to see a variety of species on your tour of this undiscovered treasure, such as lions, zebras, cheetahs, and members of the Karamojong tribes, who are genuinely remarkable examples of their type. You should take part in activities such as going on game drives, taking walks in the environment, and participating in cultural exchanges. The activities mentioned above are a few instances of the kinds of activities you engage in.

Day 8-9: Mt Elgon.

The eighth and ninth days of the tour honor Mount Elgon.In addition to becoming a national park, Mount Elgon was once a volcano that gradually dissolved. It is located close to the border, at the intersection of Kenya and Uganda. Since Mount Elgon is a particular place, it is strongly advised that you try to visit it. You will be able to appreciate the incredible beauty that the mountain has to offer, which includes caves, waterfalls, and other breath-taking sights, after a strenuous climb to the top of the mountain. After you have finished the ascent, you will be able to do this. You will have the chance to see rare bird species and enjoy breathtaking views of the surrounding landscape as you go to Wagagai Peak.

Day 10: Departure.

When you return to Entebbe for your flight out of Uganda, you will not only have a deep appreciation for the natural beauty that Uganda has to offer, but you will also have memories from your experiences there that will stick with you for the rest of your life.This ten-day trip provides ample opportunity to interact with a wide variety of wildlife, see breathtaking scenery, and learn about a diverse range of civilizations at different points along the journey. You will be in awe of Uganda's natural splendor, whether you are there to witness the critically endangered shoebill stork or the vast savannas of Kidepo Valley National Park. People are believed to inhabit Uganda, a nation located on the African continent.

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