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SATUG001 - Kenya Migration & Uganda Gorilla Adventure (10 Days)

norfolk_hotel.jpgDay 01: On arrival at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, met and transferred to the Norfolk Hotel for overnight. BB

Day 02: After breakfast, transferred to Wilson airport in time for your flight to Masai Mara

On arrival, met in a 4wd camp vehicle and transferred to Olonana Camp

16.00hrs   Late afternoon game viewing drive

Dinner and overnight at Olonana Tented Camp

Day 02, Day 03: Dawn and late afternoon game viewing drives

All meals and overnight at Olonana Tented Camp

Day 04: 05.15 Early rise in readiness for the transfer to the balloon launch site at 05.30. 06.00 Take off and after approximately 01 hours flight, land and enjoy a bush breakfast with a splash of champagne. Afterwards, transferred back to the camp, game viewing en route.

16.00 Enjoy a game drive in the reserve Lunch, dinner and overnight at Olonana Tented Camp

giraffe_manor.jpgDay 05: Final dawn game drive prior to brekfast at the camp.   At a around 09.15hrs, transferred to the airstrip in time for your return flight to Nairobi scheduled to depart at 10.15hrs.

11.45hrs    On arrival, met and transferred to the Giraffe Manor for lunch.

This afternoon free for shopping and visit Karen Blixen

Museum, Kazuri Beads, Utamaduni Centre, Daphne Scheldricks animal orphanage.

Later enjoy dinner and overnight at Giraffe Manor

Day 06: Morning at leisure, thereafter, transferred to Jomo Kenyatta International Airport in time for your flight to Uganda/Entebbe

On arrival, transferred to the Kampala Serena Hotel

Day 07: After breakfast, you will be transferred to Kajjansi airstrip for your charter flight to Kayonza airstrip – Bwindi where a Sanctuary Gorilla Forest Camp guide will be at hand to meet and transfer to the lodge (approximately 40 minutes).

Lunch is served at camp. In the afternoon you can just relax and take in the fresh air or take a forest walk, which is a nice way to warm up before the Gorilla tracking.

bwindi.jpgDinner and overnight at Gorilla Forest Camp

Day 08: Early breakfast this morning before a briefing from your guide. Tracking commences every morning from the park headquarters at 8.30 am. The gorillas we track belong to one of the habituated family groups in Northern Bwindi.

For several years each group has undergone an extremely delicate process that has gradually made them used to the presence of humans. Experienced guides will accompany the tracking, many of who have been involved in the habituation process themselves. Once the gorillas are located, the group will be allowed a maximum of one hour with them.

Return to camp for dinner and overnight at Gorilla Forest Camp

Day 09: Today relax at camp or visit a local village and meet the villagers to learn about their day to day lives. On this walk you can visit a honey production site, a traditional medicine man, a traditional blacksmith, a local school when in term and even attend a Batwa (Pygmy dance performance). The walk is organised with the local community as part of our community support.

Or,  you could take a bird walk. Bwindi boast over 300 bird species, including 24 that are endemic to these highlands straddling Uganda, Rwanda and the Congo – the “Albertine Rift Endemics”. There are also over 200 species of butterflies found in the park. A local expert will guide you on this fascinating walk. Lunch and dinner at the lodge.

After dinner simply relax and sip a drink as you listen to folk tunes played on the traditional Bakiga guitar.

Day 10: Breakfast at the camp, before your transfer to Kayonza airstrip for your charter flight back to Kajjansi airstrip.

Upon arrival you will be met by a Sanctuary Representative who transfer you to Entebbe International Airport for your departure flight

END OF SAFARI

NB: Depending on your length of stay, you coud decide to add on other destinations/parks

This package is based on scheduled flights Nairobi - Mara - Nairobi - Entebbe, and charter flights Kajjansi - Entebbe - Kajjansi (maximum two people per flight, prices may change based on number of guests). Luggage is restricted to 15kg per person in a soft sided bag.

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