ETKLA 104 - Lake Mburo, Gorilla Tracking and Queen Elizabeth National Park - 5 Days / 4 Nights
Morning drive to Lake Mburo National Park (3 hours). After lunch, embark on afternoon boat-cruise, followed by an early evening game drive.
Early morning game drive. Transfer to Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park (6 hours).
Make sure to pack lunch for this early morning start. Attend briefing with the Ranger-guide and then embark on the Gorilla tracking activity.
Transfer to Queen Elizabeth National Park and proceed to Mweya Peninsular via the Ishasha sector for a chance to see the famous tree-climbing lions (5 hour journey). Afternoon boat cruise on the beautiful Kazinga Channel, followed by an evening game drive.
Morning game drive, breakfast and then another chance to see game as you exit the Park heading back to Kampala.
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All domestic flights are operated by Ethiopian Airlines with Bombardier-Q400 aircraft.
Flights are scheduled daily to the following destinations: Bahar Dar, Gondar, Lalibela, Axum and Addis Ababa.
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