13 Days Burundi Rwanda Uganda Safari
13 Days Burundi Rwanda Uganda Safari tour is tailored in a unique way to explore the true Primates of the East Africa Region with a local knowledgeable Safari guide that has lead Burundi Safaris, Rwanda Safaris & Uganda Safaris. Its a combination of Primates & Wildlife watching backup with boat cruise relaxation on Lake Kivu & Lake Bunyonyi Uganda.
13 Days Burundi Rwanda Uganda Safaris offers a visit to the amazing human distant relatives the Mountain gorillas that you will trek may as the highlight of gorilla safari, but there are amazing opportunities of encountering a lot of things besides big five wildlife ( lions, hippos, buffaloes, leopard, elephants ) in queen Elizabeth and Murchison falls national park landscapes.
The crater lakes are the western and southwestern of the country, see the source of the second longest river in the world and as well bring you close to nature and culture as you will accept that indeed East Africa is a special region of its own.
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Day 1: Arrival In Burundi’s Capital -Bujumbura City
Day 2: Kibira national park Tour
Day 3: Travel To Lake Kivu
Day 4: Boat Trip at Lake Kivu
Day 5: Kigali City Tour & Transfer To Uganda
Day 6: Gorilla trekking in Bwindi Impenetrable national Park
Day 7: Travel To Queen Elizabeth National park
Day 8: Game Drive & Transfer To For portal
Day 9: Travel To Murchison falls
Day 10: Explore Murchison falls
Day 11: Transfer To Jinja From Murchison falls National Park
Day 12: Transfer To Kampala From Jinja
Day 13: Transfer To Entebbe for Departure
Destinations to explore on 13 Days Burundi Rwanda Uganda Safari
Formerly known as Usumbura, Bujumbura is the largest and former capital city, and the main port of Burundi. The city ships most of the country’s chief export, coffee, cotton and tin ore. As your drive through the city, expect to take part in different activities like boat cruise on River Rusizi and Lake Tanganyika where you will spot a number of aquatic lives like hippos, crocodiles and others.
Kibira National park
Kibira is a national park in north-western Burundi. Overlapping four provinces and covering 400 km², the park lies atop the mountains of the Congo-Nile Divide connecting to Nyungwe forest national park of Rwanda. Kibira national park is known for hosting the largest number of chimpanzees in Burundi thus good for adventurous and primate lovers.
This is one of the African great lakes lying on the border between Democratic Republic of Congo and Rwanda in the Albertine Rift along the western branch of the East African rift. Lake Kivu flows into Ruzizi river which flows southwards into Lake Tanganyika. With a total surface area of approximately 2,700 square kilometers, there are a number of activities done on and along the shores of the beautiful lake. Among these include boat cruise which will take you to different amazing islands for photography, swimming, birding, water sports and many others.
Bwindi Impenetrable national park
Located in the south western part of Uganda, Bwindi Impenetrable national park is situated along the Democratic Republic of Congo Border next to Virunga national park and on the edge of the Albertine rift. The park stretches over an area of approximately 331 square kilometers with 321 square kilometers of both montane and lowland forest. Bwindi Impenetrable national park is one of the only four destinations on the African continent that host the endangered mountain gorillas. The park protects almost half of the world’s mountain gorillas in its thick forests and these can be seen during gorilla trekking and habituation experience after the payment of some amount.
Queen Elizabeth national park
Spanning in the western districts of Kasese, Kamwenge, Rubirizi and Rukungiri, Queen Elizabeth national park is the second largest park in Uganda covering an area of approximately 1,978 square kilometers. It is a home to a number of species including trees since it adjoins several reserves in different regions like Kyambura game reserve to the east which itself adjoins Kigezi Game reserve and then Kibale forest national park to the northeast. Other species in the park include over 95 mammal species such as lions, African elephant, African buffalo, Uganda kob, hippos, topis, waterbucks, warthogs, giant forest, leopards, and many others.
Murchison falls national park
Situated in the north-western part of Uganda, Murchison falls is the largest and oldest national park in the country managed by Uganda Wildlife Authority. It crosses through the districts of Buliisa, Nwoya, Kiryandongo and Masindi with a total coverage area of approximately 3,893 square kilometers. The park is famous for the protecting the world’s most powerful waterfalls – Murchison falls that squeeze in a 7m gap to form the amazing and beautiful falls flowing into a plunge. Apart from waterfalls, there are also other attractions at the park such as wildlife species including the four of the five big game in Africa – lions, elephants, leopards and African buffalos. Also, a park is known for hosting over 450 bird species thus being a good destination for the birder too.
Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary
This is a private animal sanctuary in Uganda established in 2005 with an aim of re-introducing the southern white rhinos in the wild. The sanctuary stands as the only place in Uganda where one can watch, observe and enjoy these endangered species in the wild. It was a collaborative effort of Ziwa Rhino and wildlife Ranch who own the land where it sits and Uganda Wildlife Authority, the government agency responsible for protecting and conserving Uganda’s wildlife resources. As for recent of June 2021, the sanctuary was a home to 33 rhinos.