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Day 1: Welcome to Nairobi! Nairobi
Nairobi is one of the largest, most modern and fastest growing cities in Africa. Over 3.5 million people call Nairobi home and most speak English.
Although most tourists go to Kenya with the intention of visiting the coastal towns, islands and national parks, Nairobi is an attraction of its own. It is no perfect city. At first you may be irritated by the congestion and traffic jam that is typical of largest cities in developing countries but after a day or two you will begin to discover why it is so popular with tourists. The city has it calm and tranquil places. The nightlife is active and the people are very friendly. Nairobi is an excellent place to discover the way of life of the Kenyan people and their different cultures. The city is also an excellent place to study the opportunities and challenges that face major cities in Developing countries.
Day 2: Nairobi safari walk
The Nairobi Safari Walk is built 7 Kilometers away from the main city. This recreational Centre was built to give a taste of what Kenya has to offer in terms of wildlife. The facility was built in an area with incredible scenery. While at the Nairobi Safari Walk, you will spot rare creatures like the Bongo, Albino Zebra and White Rhino. Apart from spotting most of Kenya’s wildlife in a single place, the Guides will share information about wildlife conservation initiatives in the country.
Day 3: Explore the Museums of Nairobi
Apart from the Big Five wild animals and other tourist attractions in Kenya, museums often have more to offer than what meets the eye. For this reason, below we focus on some of the stunning museums in Nairobi, Kenya’s capital city.
Nairobi National Museum: Located at the Museum Hill, a few minutes’ drive from the city centre, the Nairobi National Museum houses a collection of Kenya’s history, culture, nature and contemporary art that serve both educational and leisurely purposes.
Karen Blixen Museum: The Karen Blixen is located at the foot Ngong Hills and became a popular spot following the release of Oscar winning movie “Out of Africa”. You will get a chance to tour the museum grounds and there is a gift shop available for corporate functions, weddings and other events.
Bomas of Kenya: This is one of the most famous spots in Nairobi and is based in Lang’ata. Its purpose is preserving, maintaining and promoting Kenya’s rich and diverse cultural values from different tribes. Different aspects of Kenyan culture are on display at the Bomas of Kenya, including crafts, living styles, music and dancing.
Nairobi Railway Museum: Not many Nairobi residents know a lot about the Nairobi Railway Museum. You will get to know more about East African Railways and Kenya Railways as well as Nairobi’s legislative layout and history.
Aero Club of East Africa: This is the ideal place to visit for anyone who would like to know more about airplanes. You will find airplane parts, design drawings and historical documents that will illuminate your mind.
Nairobi Gallery: “Small but mighty” is the perfect definition of the small museum located within the capital. It tells the story of Africa in many ways, including African culture, tribes, European trade and settlers and slave trade among others. It features many famous African artists and has a collection of things that once belonged to Joseph Murumbi, Kenya’s second Vice President and a champion for African arts.
Karen Village: Along the infamous Ngong Road sits a comprehensive hub for African art and culture with everything imaginable. There are workshops and studios for highly talented Kenyan and international artists to showcase their masterpieces. Their pieces tell stories that only art can do, and with open-air theater, cafes, bars, restaurants, and B&B residence for those who wish to spend the night, Karen Village is one place you should miss. We would advise you not to go on weekends because most of the stands are closed.
Kenya National Archives: This is not a conventional museum. However, it is home to historic Kenyan photographs, crafts and paintings. Located within the CBD, the Kenya National Archives is the perfect place to spend your time learning more about Kenya’s history cheaply.
Day 4: Visit the Homeland of the Kikuyu People Nyeri
Located in Kenya’s fertile highlands, food and water are plentiful and relatively cheap. Nyeri hosts the tomb of Robert Baden Powell, the founder of the Scout movement. It is also the home town of the late Nobel laureate Wangari Maathai.
Day 5: Baden-Powell Museum in Nyeri
At about 100 kilometres away from the Africa Regional office of World Scouting, in Nairobi, stands PAXTU, the last residence of the Founder of Scouting, Lord Baden Powell. Towards the sunset of his fulfilled life, the Chief Scout of the World had chosen to retire at the foot Mount Kenya, in the area of the Central Highlands Region, in Nyeri.
Lord Baden-Powell had made a first visit there in 1927, during a trip which was to make him re-examine Southern Rhodesia (ex-Matabeleland and current Zimbabwe), and was allured by the gentle climate of the High Plateaus, in the east of the Mounts Aberdare, and the splendid scenery of the slopes of Kenya’s highest summits, which up until now is still an attraction for trekkers.
It is in his ‘African’ house that he passed on peacefully in the morning of July 8, 1941. In accordance with the wish of Lady Olave, and his own predilection, he was buried at the Nyeri cemetery, where his remains rest hitherto, and not at the Abbey of Westminster, the British Pantheon where the dean had reserved a site for him.
Day 6: Tour the Kariandusi Prehistoric Site in the Rift Valley Naivasha
Kariandusi Prehistoric site is one East Africa’s oldest Situ Acheulian sites dating back about a million years. The prehistoric site located in Central Kenya, Nakuru County is an archaeological site that holds historical items and records for lower Paleolithic; one of the first lower Paleolithic sites to be discovered in East Africa.
At the time of the Kariandusi prehistoric site’s discovery, researchers believed that it had been untouched or unhampered with since the time the last stone worker lived at the site.
Archaeological Scholars state the during the early stone age when humans were evolving there was also metaphorical evolution of tools, which means the early stone age was the era that started the use of tools. The evolving of tools happened in two categories thus the Oldowan and the Acheulean hand axes.
Day 7-8: Visit Amboseli National Park Amboseli National Park.
Amboseli national park is one of the best stopping African safari destinations to experience the unbeatable safari activities in a lifetime. The park is known for its wide range of mammal species with a high population of elephants in the world. However, Amboseli National Park stands have a true wildlife destination on African continent and it borders Tanzania to the south. The word Amboseli comes from ‘’Maasai’’ which means open plains and the park is under the management of Kenya Wildlife service. The park is surrounded with local people know as nomadic Maasai and it covers a total land of about 392 square kilometres.
Day 9: Tour Tsavo Park Tsavo National Park
A sprawling 21,000 square kilometres of land is home to many wonderful animals of this world at Tsavo National Park. Kenya’s biggest national park is a must and no better way to experience it all than a self-drive trip.
The vastness of the park means it is spit into Tsavo East and Tsavo West. You may be lucky to spot the ‘Big Five’ of buffalo, elephant, leopard, lion and rhino but never a guarantee. These wonderful animals enjoy the solitude of the mammoth landscape they inhabit.
Over 900 species of bird between the two parks means bird-lovers are in for a real treat with rosy-patched bush shrike, golden palm weaver as well as eastern black-headed oriole calling the parks home.
Day 10: Explore the Lumo Conservancy Taita Taveta
LUMO Community Wildlife Sanctuary is a community owned wildlife sanctuary in Kenya. It is located near Mwatate in Taita-Taveta County in the former Coast Province, approximately 220km from Mombasa. It covers an area of 48,000 acres. The sanctuary is formed by the Lualenyi, Mramba Communal Grazing Area, and Oza Group Ranch, hence the acronym “LUMO”. LUMO Community Wildlife Sanctuary is adjacent to Tsavo West National Park and the Taita Hills Wildlife Sanctuary.It hosts cape buffalo, elephant, leopard, Masai lion, Masai giraffe, zebra, Hartebeast, impala, waterbuck, Thomson’s gazelle, lesser kudu, dik-dik, and other smaller animals, including a great diversity of birdlife. The sanctuary has one community-owned tourist lodge, the Lion’s Bluff Lodge.
Day 11: Birdwatching at the Taita Wildlife Conservancy Taita Taveta
Birdlife in Taita Wildlife Conservancy features over 300 species, most prolific being marsh warbler, river warbler, red-backed shrike, thrush nightingale, common whitethroat and African eagles. Visitors are treated to spectacular views especially evening hours by flying eagles and other birds. Bird lovers with the assistant of experienced sharps eyes of guides are guaranteed of variety of birds within the conservancy. Sweet and very vivid melodies from the birds are quite musical to the ears and deep to the visitor’s imaginations.
Day 12: Relax in Nairobi
The city has it calm and tranquil places. The nightlife is active and the people are very friendly. Nairobi is an excellent place to discover the way of life of the Kenyan people and their different cultures. The city is also an excellent place to study the opportunities and challenges that face major cities in Developing countries.
Day 13: Arusha
Day 14: Transfer to Tarangire National Park
Tarangire national park safari you will have breakfast in Arusha and start the journey to Tarangire national park in northern Tanzania. The journey takes about 3 to 4 hours’ drive and on the way you will have spectacular views of the beautiful landscapes, local farms, traditional homesteads, and local people among others. Upon arrival in the park you will check into the lodge and have an early lunch where after you will go for an afternoon game drive. during the game drive you will be able to view large herds of elephants and other animals like zebras, waterbucks, wildebeest, elands, hartebeests, buffaloes, bushbucks, gazelle, giraffes among others grazing in the open plains, view baobab trees, colorful bird species and many others.
After the game drive you will drive to the park headquarters for a briefing about the rules, safety precautions and expectations of the guided nature walk which takes about one to three hours with the company of an experienced park guide and an armed park ranger. After the nature walk you will return to the park headquarters and then transfer back to the lodge for dinner and overnight.
Day15: Tarangire National Park
After an early breakfast you will go for a morning game drive where you will have an opportunity to view predators like lions, leopards, cheetahs, wild dogs hunting and other animals grazing on grass with due. You will also have views of the beautiful sunrise, baobab trees, birds among others and after drive back to the lodge for lunch and have the rest of the evening.
Day 16: The Safari begins in Arusha City to Ngorongoro Highlands Estate.
Meet at shuttle stop or in Arusha City and transfer to our office. Welcome and safari briefing 3pm transfer Arusha via the Rift Valley escarpment, excellent views of Lake Manyara National Park and continue to Ngorongoro Highlands on the slopes of Mount Oldeani Arrival about 18h30 Accommodation at Ngorongoro Highlands Estate Meals included: dinner
Day 17: Ngorongoro Conservation Area
Wake up early, breakfast at 06h30am. Depart at 07.00AM , enter the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, have a first glance of a fantastic view of the Ngorongoro Crater at the crater rim view site, continue descent onto the crater floor, game drive on the crater floor. This is the only Park where, Black Rhino could be spotted. Packed lunch at a picnic site, and continue game drive until late afternoon. You are allowed in the crater for a maximum of 6hrs.
Day 18: from Ngorongoro to Serengeti National Park
Have breakfast at your lodge or hotel in Arusha, and after start your transfer to Serengeti National Park at 7:00am. It’s approximately 335 km from Arusha town. This is also known as a world heritage site and it’s the oldest of the national parks. It’s mainly known for the annual wildebeests, 200000 zebras as well as 300,000 Thomson’s gazelle which migrate within the months of May, June, July, October, November and December. Upon your arrival at the park, you will check in at your lodge and proceed for a walking safari within the park.
Day 19: Have Full day game viewing in Serengeti National Park
Enjoy a game drive early in the morning to view all the nocturnal animals that are returning from hunting and the lions awaking in the dawn, again during the game drive, you will view many other animals on this Tanzania safari including; buffaloes, elephants, giraffes, topi, eland, Zebras, Kongoni, Lions, Solitary Leopards, Impalas, Hyenas, cheetahs, serval cats, wild dogs, lizards, the black Rhinoceros and many more. There are also many birds that will be spotted on a safari in Tanzania including the secretary birds, black eagles, Bizarre , Ostrich, Kori bastard, crowned crane, martial eagle, love birds, marabou Stork etc. Return to the lodge in the afternoon for lunch and relax for the evening.
Day 20: Transfer to mwanza
Early in the morning, have your breakfast at the lodge and after start your transfer to mwanza, having lunch on your arrival. You will rest at your hotel.
Day 21: Mwanza city tour
Begin the morning with a lovely breakfast at your hotel and depart at 8:00 a.m. for the Bujora Village to visit the Sukuma Museum, where you will learn about the traditions and culture of the largest tribe in Tanzania. The magic drums are fascinating at the museum, and in some exceptional cases, you may even have the opportunity to play them. Thereafter, drive back to Mwanza City Center and begin a Lake Victoria adventure by boarding a speed boat. Sightseeing and bird watching are done en route to the Saa Nane Island, stopping at various rock outcrops where flocks of cormorants, egrets, ibises, and the occasional monitor lizard are known to sunbathe. Sundowners are enjoyed from the island’s impressive rocky vantage points with a spectacular view of Mwanza City as the sun sinks into the Lake Victoria. Saa Nane National Park is a small park, but it’s like visiting a true a paradise! End the day by returning to your hotel for the night.
Day 22: Transfer to Bukoba
Early in the morning, have your breakfast at the lodge and after start your transfer to Bukoba, having lunch on your arrival. You will rest at your hotel.
Day 23: Transfer to Uganda
You will cross the border via Mutukula and driver to Lake Bunyonyi where you will be spending the night.
Day 24: Scenic drive to Lake Bunyonyi
Lake Bunyonyi is one of the three Lava damned Lakes in Uganda dabbed to be “the lost city of Wakanda”. The Lake was formed when lava flowing from one of the volcanoes blocked a river channel and water was forced to flow back hence filling the space to create the Lake Bunyonyi. Bunyonyi locally means small birds. So the Lake got its name because of the abundance of small birds in this area in filled the area. Lake Bunyonyi is said to be the deepest lake in Uganda and the second deepest in East Africa. The beauty of this Lake Bunyonyi will surely not disappoint you. It is one of the best places in Uganda to relax after your gorilla trek. Take off the evening to relax after the long packed tour with a bottle of wine as you stare at the beautiful lake sceneries.
DAY 25: Transfer to Mgahinga Gorilla National Park.
Today you will transfer on a short drive to Mgahinga Gorilla National Park, get settled in the lodge and have lunch. The park is located in the south western part of the country boarding Rwanda and DR Congo. Boasted by one resident gorilla family (Nyakagezi) and the other visitor from the volcanoes (Hirwa) and Golden Monkeys this makes the park interesting to visit. The park offers many activities that one can involve in while here. Late in the afternoon you will head out for a boat ride on Lake Chahafi and visit the local community.
DAY 26: Golden monkey experience / a nature walk
After breakfast, you will transfer to Mgahinga National Park headquarters for either full day golden monkey habituation experience or half day golden monkey trekking. You will be briefed about the dos and don’ts while with golden monkeys and then proceed to the mountain/forest for your trek. You will be allowed enough time with researchers if you choose to do golden monkey experience and only one hour if you choose to do golden monkey trekking. Return to your lodge for relaxation, dinner and overnight.
DAY 27: Bwindi Impenetrable National Park.
After breakfast, you will drive to Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park, with an en-route game drive, one more time to see what your luck will offer you. Your journey to Bwindi Impenetrable National Park will take you through the rolling hills with terraced gardens of Irish potatoes and sometimes tea. Bwindi Impenetrable National Park is home to almost half of the world’s endangered mountain gorillas and the only National Park where wild chimpanzees co-exist with mountain gorillas. You will arrive at the lodge in time for lunch and after the meal relax and then later head out back to the community to visit the Batwa community, experience there culture and lifestyle, this usually includes performance in form of Dance and a guided walk to take you around there homesteads to get a picture of their life style.
DAY 28: Gorilla tracking or Forest walks
After breakfast, you will transfer to the park headquarters to join other trekkers to be allocated a Gorilla family that you will trek. Of course the park staff will first give you a full briefing concerning the Dos and Don’ts while with the gorillas. After that, you will be driven to the starting point of your allocated gorilla family to start your trek into the beautiful Impenetrable Bwindi Forest. This trek may take between 30 minutes to three quarters of the day, depending on where the Mountain Gorillas will be found. Please note that gorilla trekking can be strenuous and as such a certain level of fitness is required. Once you find the gorillas, you will be allowed to spend one hour to observe them and take photographs. Although this time may seem too short a time, the experience you get will be worth it. Thereafter, you will return to the park headquarters where you will be awarded a certificate in recognition of your effort in contributing to the conservation of these endangered mountain gorillas. Return to the lodge for relaxation followed by a visit from the local community for performances and dances at the lodge. Or use the rest of the day to take optional nature walks back in the forest, including bird walking safaris. Over 350 bird species have been recorded here and about 25 of them are Albertine endemics. Also we do have the chameleon walk where you get to see the three horned chameleon which is one rare species to find.
DAY 29: Transfer to Queen Elizabeth National Park and game drive
After breakfast, your will drive for 3-4 hours from Kibale National Park to Queen Elizabeth National Park. You will have an opportunity of passing through small towns while seeing several foothills of the magnificent Rwenzori Mountain. You will as well as cross the Equator at Kikorongo. Of course you will also see several small rivers that originate from the Rwenzori mountain ranges. You will head to the lodge for lunch or drive to Mweya for Lunch and then go for afternoon game drive to search for late grazers.
DAY 30: Chimpanzee walks in Kalinzu or Kyambura
After breakfast, you will be transferred to Kyambura or Kalinzu headquarters for the Chimpanzee walk. Here, you will join other trekkers for briefing before you proceed into the forest for chimpanzee trekking. You will be led by a well-trained and experienced ranger/guide who will take you for a guided primate walk. Both forests provide an opportunity to visit one of the habituated communities of chimpanzees. You are allowed to spend an hour with these Great Apes while observing their behaviour. You are allowed to take photographs. So make sure your cameras are nearby
DAY 31: Game drives and boat cruise on Kazinga channel
After an early morning cup of coffee, you will drive back to Kasenyi plains for a game viewing. It’s this time of the morning that the big cats are usually out to hunt for their prey. There will be high chances of spotting lions and or leopards on a hunt or feasting on their kill. Obviously, there is a guarantee that you will see buffaloes, hippos, and several species of antelopes, and many more. You may return to the lodge for lunch and relaxation and return later in the day drive to Mweya jetty for an afternoon boat cruise on the Kazinga Channel. This two hour boat cruise is one of the highlights of Queen Elizabeth National Park. It provides you with an opportunity to view over 300 out of the 600 water bird species recorded here. There are also antelopes, crocodiles, elephants, buffaloes and hippos which can be sighted while on the boat.
DAY 32: Community visits, Lake Katwe and Crater lakes visits in Queen Elizabeth National Park.
Today you will visit local communities in Queen Elizabeth National park for cultural experiences in Kasenyi and Katwe, you will have a chance as well to visit the Orphanage groups as a company we do recommend you carry any items that you can donate to the needy people in these communities, from here you will visit Katwe salt mines for a local experience and education on how slat is mined using local means, after you will proceed for sightseeing and visiting the beautiful carter lakes.
DAY 33: To Lake Mburo National Park
After breakfast, drive to Lake Mburo National Park via the Great Lakes Museum or Igongo Cultural center to learn more about the cultures of the ethnic groups in western Uganda and also have lunch here. You will arrive at Lake Mburo National Park just in time for an evening game drive. Lake Mburo National Park is popular for animals such as Impalas, Giraffes, Zebras and so much more. Return to the Lodge for overnight.
DAY 34: Morning game drive and afternoon boat excursion
After breakfast, you driver guide will drive you to the park for a game drive or for a safari walk depending on your interests. Lake Mburo National Park has a bad history of Wildlife and humans to the extent that major animals like lions were hunted to extinction but due to improved relationship between the government and the local communities, animals and communities co-exist together. Because of this many animals have been re-introduced including lions (rarely seen though) and giraffes. A game drive in Lake Mburo National Park will guarantee you herds of buffaloes, zebras, impalas, birds and so much more without driving so much. Retire to the lodge for lunch, relaxation and then an evening boat cruise on the Lake. After lunch and short relaxation, you will be driven to the lake to meet your captain of the day who will take you for a two hour boat excursion. Lake Mburo boat cruise is an opportunity to see hippos, crocodiles, water bird such as the African fish eagle and the rare African fin foot. Many animals such as buffaloes and antelopes gather here to drink some water so an opportunity to enjoy wildlife most especial marine animals. After your boat cruise, you will retire to your lodge for dinner and overnight.
DAY 35: Morning safari walk and departure
After breakfast, you will be met by a Uganda Wildlife Authority ranger guide who will take you through briefing and then for a safari walk on foot. This activity is suitable for those who would like to stretch their legs and view wildlife on foot. At the moment, it’s only in Lake Mburo where you can do safari on foot. You will get an opportunity to see what you could have seen on any game drive except that this time around you will do it on foot. Check out of the lodge and drive back to Kampala with lunch served en route.
DAY 36: Kampala City tour.
Take this opportunity to have an experience that is different from what you have been seeing for the past days. Urban life, you will visit cultural sites around the city Centre among these including Visit Uganda Museum on your Kampala city tour, Buganda trail on your Kampala City Tour, Kampala City Tour-Markets, Cathedrals, Mosques and Temples on your Kampala City Tour. For those interested in politics, you can visit the parliament of Uganda and those for shopping, Kampala offers many options inform of shopping malls and cultural and Art Galleries.
DAY 37: Transfer to Zziwa Rhino Sanctuary for overnight
Today you will drive to Zziwa Rhino Sanctuary in Nakasongola arriving in the evening for overnight. You will have lunch en-route from Kidepo, Rhino tracking completes the big five adventure in Uganda and you will have such a good time.
DAY 38: Transfer to Murchison falls Morning game drive and afternoon boat cruise on the bottom of the falls.
After early morning breakfast, you will go for your early morning game drive that gives you chance for wild game that include lions, buffaloes, elephants, several antelopes, leopards and so much more. The delta region is also very rich with water animals such as hippos, crocodiles and the rare shoebill stock. At Murchison Falls National Park, it is nature that gives so the fact that wild animals graze and move naturally, seeing any animal will depend on your luck of the day. Afterword’s, you will drive back to your lodge for lunch and then head for the afternoon boat cruise to the base of the falls. This boat cruise to the base of the falls is seen as the highlight of all activities at Murchison Falls National Park since many water and land animals can be sighted. Expect to see lots of Buffaloes, elephants, crocodiles, many water birds as you cruise up stream to the base of the falls where water squeezes itself into a narrow gorge to later explode as it flows down words. Return to the lodge for overnight.
DAY 39: Visit the Top of the falls and Drive to Hoima for cultural experience.
After breakfast, you will drive to the top of Murchison falls then after you will start your drive to Hoima town, on your way you will have stops for sightseeing and community visits, on your arrival in Hoima you will check in at your lodge and then have lunch, after lunch you will go for a cultural experience tour with major cultural activities including the traditional Banyoro cultural dance, community walks where you will walk down to katasiha Fort where Omukama Kabalega’s cave is found and known as the magic hiding place where he could hide and the whites loose him during battle, then later you will retire back to the Lodge for overnight.
DAY 40: Drive to Kidepo Valley National Park
You will bid farewell to the lodge and start the drive to Kidepo Valley National Park in the morning, you will have en-route lunch and you will arrive in the late afternoon for relaxation and overnight. On your way, you will enjoy some scenic views of the few hills that separate Acholi Land and Karamoja, you will not miss the great Manyatas on the way, cross some few seasonal rivers.
DAY 41: Game drive in Narus and Hot springs visit in Kidepo Valley.
After breakfast, drive to Narus valley to do an extra game drive to trace wildlife that you could have missed on the two game drives done earlier on. Kidepo valley National Park are the best and you won’t be disappointed. The park has observation points with binoculars and it will be your pleasure to use one of them. Return to the Lodge for Lunch, short relaxation and then drive to Kidepo Valley to visit the hot springs, the Uganda-Sudan boarder and if lucky spot the giant Ostriches which are found in this place but have been seriously poached by Sudanese. There seasonal rivers on this side so if it is a rainy season, get ready to be interrupted for few hours. Return to the lodge for overnight.
DAY 42: Community Experience with the IK and Karamojong communities.
Visiting the community will compete your experience in Kidepo valley National Park, the dance and their unique culture in the ranges is worth a visit while in Kidepo Valley National Park. The Ik communities gather in Villages which are fenced to avoid intruders and wild animals. They will dance, and take you through their culture and you will have an opportunity to get crafts as well.
In the Afternoon, you will visit the Karamojong homesteads, known as the Manyatta. Here you will have the opportunity to interact with the elders and get to know more about their culture and lifestyle. Here you can contribute by making donations of any kind towards their social welfare. As part of our sustainability practice, we take our clients to appreciate their lifestyle and daily activities which include grazing and milking cows. This is the perfect opportunity for those who like to immerse themselves in the cultures of the communities they visit.
DAY 43 – 44: Proceed to Sipi Falls
Today after an early breakfast, you drive to Moroto. You will have to spend the night in Moroto and start the trip the next morning. You will arrive in Sipi in time for lunch and later, you will have the hike to the falls and photography which is such an amazing experience. You will later stay for overnight listening to the amazing sound from the falls, you will wake up the next day to breathtaking scenery of the Sipi waterfalls.
DAY 45: Drive to Kampala /Entebbe
You will drive to Kampala/Entebbe where you will be spending the night at your hotel