Day 1: Kampala – Visit the Rhinos – Top of the falls

After your breakfast, our company representative will pick you up and we drive through

the famous Luwero triangle and head to the Rhino Sanctuary for visiting the Famous

rhinos Take a stopover at Masindi. We will continue through the park stopping at the top

of the falls which is a fantastic sight. Here the Nile, the longest river in the world, is

forced through a narrow gap in the rock (only 7 meters wide), before ferociously

plunging down 43 meters. From here we will continue onto our accommodation place

along the Nile River. Dinner and overnight at

Meal Plan: Lunch and Dinner

Journey time: 7-8hours

Day 2: Murchison Falls Game drive – Boat cruise along the Mighty Nile

Before going for an early morning game drive to the northern part of Murchison falls

National Park led by your tour guide, take a cup of tea to warm up. This drive will reward

you with encounters of game like, hyenas, leopards, jackals, lions, buffaloes, Uganda

Kob, elephants, and many more savannah wild life species. Enjoy a 4-hour game drive

around the Buligi game tracks, which stretch between the Victoria and Albert Niles, and

down to the Nile-Lake Albert Delta. Return for midmorning breakfast and lunch. After

lunch you can relax at the Lodge as well as swimming. After lunch you will jump aboard

for a Boat cruise or launch cruise along the Victoria Nile. This boat trip is often cited as

being the highlight of a trip to Murchison since it allows you to get up-close and personal

with the animals. Along this stretch of the river, the bird life is stunning with brightly

colored kingfishers and bee-eaters darting along the riverbanks. If lucky, you may see

the rare and prehistoric looking shoebill, which is a cross between the dodo and a

dinosaur. The boat takes you to the base of the falls which only adds to their will also provide an opening to view some of the water animals like

the crocodiles, buffaloes, hippos and plenty of birds. Dinner and overnight at;

Meal Plan: Full Board

Journey time: Full day in park

Day 3: Transfer Kibale Forest Chimpanzee Park

In the morning after breakfast we set out for 7 hours’ drive from Murchison Falls to

Kibale Forest National Park. The drive is incredibly scenic, passing through tea

plantations and the lush green countryside which characterizes so much of Uganda

after about seven –eight hours driving to Kibale Forest National Park. Have lunch en

route. Dinner and Overnight at

Meal Plan: Lunch Dinner

Journey time: 7-8 hours

Day 4: Chimp Tracking-Nature Walk in Bigodi Swamp

Following Breakfast, walk into the Forest, to view primates, however before you begin

you will go to the park headquarters at Kanyanchu for Chimpanzee tracking and be

briefed by the park ranger. This activity begins early morning at 8.00 a.m. and spends

half the day looking for chimpanzees which are man’s closest cousins and friends as

well as monkeys like grey cheeked Mangabeys, Red-tailed monkeys, phoestes, Red-

Colobuses plus Blue tailed monkeys, all jumping from one branch to another. You will

as well observe a profusion of birds and butterflies plus many tiny insects. The park

ranger will detail you about information concerning these primates, and the different

birds, animals and plant life here; this will make the walk very informative and enjoyable.

Dinner and overnight at;

Meal Plan: Full Board

Journey time: Full day in Park

Day 5: Climb: to Nyabitaba (2650m) through Bakonjo homestead: Have breakfast and then drive to Nyakalengija trailhead (1600m). Begin Rwenzori trekking up to Nyabitaba hut; walk through the banana sambas on the side of the steep foothills, past the typical Bakonjo homesteads! Follow the trail along the Mubuku River, through landslides and up and down rocks and bluffs, Cross the Mahoma River and climb steeply through break fern slopes and pod carpus forest to Nyabitaba Hut for overnight.

Day 6: John Matte hut (3350m): From Nyabitaba, follow the trail that drops down

through the forest to the Kurt Shafer Bridge, just below the confluence of the Mubuku

and Bujuku rivers. Passing through the bamboo forest, traverse through a long and exhausting

stretch of slippery moss-covered rock. From the Nyamileju rock shelter, Mount

Stanley and Mount Speke can be seen before passing into the zone of the giant

heather, lobelia and groundsel. You will reach John Matte Hut after passing through the

tiring bog, for Dinner and Overnight at the Hut

Day 7: Bujuku Hut: after John Matte Hut, the trail drops to cross the Bujuku River. The upper Bigo Bog gives way to Bujuku Lake, with views of Mt Baker to the South and Mt Stanley to the west. Bujuku Hut, well located in the shadow of Mount Baker and Mount Speke, is set in a narrow valley below Steinmann pass.

Day 8: Mount Stanley: Leaving Bujuku, the trail climbs the steep slops west of the

lake, passing through the magical Groundsels Gully as it ascends to Scott-Elliot Pass at

4372m. At the head of the gully a metal ladder takes you over a steep section after

which the trail splits into two. The right leads up to Elena Hut and Mount Stanley on a

steep trail over large boulders. The left path leads to Scott. Elliot passes and down to

Kitandara Lakes.

Day 9: Summit Margherita: For those climbing Margherita peaks (5109m) continue to the base of the Stanley Glacier. It can be a four to seven hour walk to the summit of

Margherita. It is only for the physically fit and is a technical climb which requires roping

up, crampons and appropriate equipment for cold, windy and icy conditions. It is best to