Tour Overview
Uganda offers an incredible 1,020 bird species; that is around half of the total number found in Africa! These include over 20 Albertine Rift endemics and many other truly iconic species, including the weird-but-wonderful Shoebill.

Our 14-day Uganda Birding Tour take you to the home of Chimps and Gorillas chilling in the dense rainforests, photogenic scenery, a pleasant climate, excellent coffee and very special general wildlife viewing. Over the last 25 years, Uganda has actually raced ahead to currently be one of Africa’s best birding destinations. It truly is an incredibly scenic place, and no other area in Africa can match its amazing diversity of habitats.

On this Uganda Birding tour, we will not only visit most of the best birding hotspots in the country, but also go on three boat cruises and a canoe ride!. You will eat like a king and see many other wonderful fauna and flora species. The optional Chimpanzee and Mountain Gorilla trekking experiences we offer on this tour are both truly bucket-list, “once in a lifetime” opportunities not to be missed. Let’s go birding in the “Pearl of Africa”
Get more detail about what to expect on this tour: Go to full itinerary

Price: USD 6900 per person sharing
(Please enquire about single supplement)
*Excludes optional Gorilla and Chimp Trekking permits
(The price for the Gorilla and Chimp permits are currently USD700 and USD200 respectively – please note this is subject to change)


Safari starts and ends at Entebbe International Airport
Tour duration: 14 days / 13 nights
Type of accommodation: Comfortable, mid-range (luxury option available in some locations)
Next Group tour departure dates: 19 July 2024
Private and small group, customised safaris can also be booked on request for your preferred travel dates
Top Attractions:
Murchison Falls National Park–
Spectacular waterfall where the Nile crashes through a narrow gorge, and also fantastic birds and mammals
Kibale National Park-
An incredible 13 primate species, including our closest relative, the Chimpanzee, and fantastic forest birding of over 300 species
Semuliki National Park–
Unique “jungle” park that is more Congo than Uganda, with 50 bird species found nowhere else in east Africa
Queen Elizabeth National Park–
95 Mammal species, 600 bird species and dramatic volcanic features make this a must-visit park in Uganda
Bwindi Impenetrable National Park–
world famous UNESCO World Heritage Site and home to about 400 Eastern Gorillas, along with 350 bird species
Lake Mburo National Park–
Small but awesome, with 350 bird species and amazing wetland scenery, along with some special mammals

Top Birds:
• Shoebill
• Congo Serpent Eagle
• Nahan’s Partridge
• Black Dwarf Hornbill
• Grey Parrot
• Great Blue Turaco
• Grauer’s Broadbill
• Papyrus Gonolek
• Green-breasted Pitta
• Chocolate-backed Kingfisher

Top Mammals:
• Eastern (Mountain) Gorilla
• Chimpanzee
• Guereza, L’Hoest’s Monkey and many other primates
• African Elephant
• African Buffalo
• Lion
• Leopard

Optional Activities:
• Chimpanzee trekking in Kibale (highly recommended)
• Gorilla trekking in Bwindi (highly recommended)

Day 1 Arrive in Uganda at Entebbe International Airport, transfer to hotel
Day 2 Entebbe to Masindi (Mabamba Swamp birding in the morning)
Day 3 Masindi to Murchison Falls National Park
Day 4 Murchison Falls National Park to Masindi
Day 5 Masindi to Kibale National Park
Day 6 Kibale National Park (including optional Chimpanzee trekking) to Fort Portal
Day 7 Fort Portal to Semuliki National Park and back
Day 8 Fort Portal to Queen Elizabeth National Park
Day 9 Queen Elizabeth National Park to Bwindi Impenetrable National Park
& Special night birding
Day 10 Bwindi Impenetrable National Park
Day 11 Bwindi Impenetrable National Park (optional morning gorilla trekking)
Day 12 Bwindi Impenetrable National Park
Day 13 Bwindi to Lake Mburo National Park
Day 14 Lake Mburo to Entebbe International Airport and Departure

All our tours can be customised according to your specific requirements.


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