Combination Uganda and Tanzania

14 Days

participants: 2 – 6

14 days of East Africa's highlights

Our combined Uganda and Tanzania trip shows you the evergreen Uganda with its national parks and mountain gorillas and the incredible animal diversity of Tanzania with the Serengeti and the Ngorongoro Crater. The 14-day trip begins in Entebbe. From there we start to the chimpanzees in the Kibale Forrest, to the Queen Elisabeth National Park where we can see the Big 5 and on to the Bwindi Impenatrable Np with the unique mountain gorillas. Lake Mburo National Park with a walking safari is the last staton in Uganda. After a flight over Lake Victoria, we continue into the Serengeti with its incredible diversity of animals. The Ngorongoro Crater, Lake Manyara and Tarangire National Park are other great stops on the journey before you travel home from Kilimanjaro Airport or take a flight to Zanzibar.


Exclusive lodge safari in Uganda and Tanzania
Encounter with the mountain gorillas
Chimpanzee tracking in Kibale Forest
Kazinga Canal by boat
Game drive in Queen Elizabeth National Park
Crossing the equator
adventurous walking safari in Lake Mburo National Park
Flight over Lake Victoria
Migration in the Serengeti
Biodiversity in the Ngorongoro Crater


Accommodation and meals as described in the itinerary
All transfers according to the description
Rides in a 4×4 Toyota Landcruiser with photo roof
All entrance fees to the national parks
1x Chimpanzee Permit
professional English-speaking guide
Cheap flights Uganda-Tanzania
Game drives Queen Elisabeth, Lake Mburo, Serengeti and Tarangire NP
Walking Safari in Lake Mburo NP
Drinking water on the go


Gorilla Permit USD 700
International flight


English-speaking driver on request
We are happy to book international flights from Frankfurt, Dusseldorf, Stuttgart, Munich, Berlin, Dresden, Vienna or Zurich.
Price per person:
2 participants: 6180 Euro
with 4 participants: 5170 Euro
6 participants: 4970 Euro
Trip starts: daily


Day 1: Transfer from Entebbe Airport to Kampala

Our driver will be waiting for you at the airport in Entebbe and will take you to your hotel in Kampala. If you arrive early, there is the possibility of a city tour in Kampala. The driver/guide will discuss the itinerary with you and answer your questions.

Day 2: Kampala – Kibale Forest National Park

After breakfast, the journey continues towards Fort Portal in western Uganda. You drive on well-maintained roads through the evergreen, hilly landscape with its impressive tea plantations. In the early afternoon, after a few stops  you will reach the center of the Toro Kingdom, the small town of Fort Portal. Here you have the opportunity to visit the market for the first time and take a break in one of the small cafés. Then continue to your lodge in the Kibale Forest.

Day 3: Kibale Forest National Park, chimpanzee tracking – Queen Elisabeth National Park

Today you will visit the chimpanzees in the rainforest. Follow the tracks of the primates in the jungle with an experienced guide. Soon, with a bit of luck, you will reach the first animals, observe their way of life and have the opportunity to take photos. You will be back at the lodge around midday, after lunch you will set off on your journey towards Queen Elisabeth National Park.

Day 4: Queen Elisabeth National Park, game drive and boat safari

Today you start early for a morning game drive in Queen Elisabeth National Park. The extensive park lies at the foot of the Rwenzori Mountains, also known as the Mountains of the Moon. Lake Edward and Lake George are located within the park. In the national park you will go on an adventurous game drive with all that the African animal world has to offer. You will find lions, buffalo, hyenas and also the Kobe antelope, which is native to Uganda. The Kazinga Canal connects the two lakes. Crocodiles and hippos live here, as well as a large number of bird species, some of which can only be found in this area. In the afternoon you go on a boat safari on the canal where you have the opportunity to see these animals at close range.

Day 5: Queen Elisabeth National Park – Ishasha Game Drive – Bwindi Impenetrable National Park

Today the journey continues south, reaching the  Ishasha area in the late morning. The famous tree lions live here and you and your driver go in search of these extraordinary animals. You then continue to Bwindi Impenatrable National Park, home to the mountain gorillas

Day 6: The highlight of Uganda: gorilla tracking!

Bwindi Impenatrable NP is home to around 500 mountain gorillas, half of the world’s remaining population.  The primates belong to the endangered animal species despite the number of 1,100 that have now been recorded. Tourism has contributed significantly to the fact that the animals are no longer persecuted by the local population but are protected. After a short briefing, you hike into the densely forested jungle with an experienced guide, a ranger and a few porters. Your guide will show you the  tracks of the animals, answer your questions about the vegetation and soon you will be up close to the mighty animals. You have one hour to follow the primates, observe them and take photos. In the afternoon you are back at your lodge and have time to relax and reflect on the day’s experiences.

Day 7: Bwindi Impenetrable National Park – Lake Mburo National Park, game drive

After breakfast, we continue to Lake Mburo National Park.  Numerous rocks and hills alternate with small valleys. Once in the park, you will go on a game drive. Here you will find zebras and antelopes together with the impressive Ankole cattle.

Day 8: Lake Mburo National Park – Walking Safari – Drive to Bukoba, Tanzania

In Lake Mburo National Park there is the opportunity to take part in a walking safari. After breakfast, you will go into the park with an armed guide. You have the opportunity to see the animals up close. The guide will explain the flora and fauna and answer your questions – a great experience. After 2-3 hours you return to the Lod and start your onward journey to Bukoba, your first stop in Tanzania. From there you take off on a 30-minute flight over Lake Victoria to Mwanza. Your Tanzanian guide will be waiting for you at Mawanza airport to take you to your lodge.

Day 9: Mwanza – Serengeti National Park, game drive en route

In the morning, after breakfast, we continue towards the Serengeti. After about 1.5 hours you reach the Ndabaka Gate, the western entrance to the Serengeti. After the guide has taken care of the formalities, we head into this 17,000 square kilometer national park, one of Tanzania’s highlights. During the drive into the center of the park you will see the first wildebeest, zebras, elephants and probably also the first lions.

Day 10: Serengeti National Park, game drive

The new day begins with the unfamiliar sounds of nature, the view of the endless savannah surrounded by tranquillity and nature. The Serengeti with its varied nature, forests, savannah, rivers and unimaginably large wildlife is today’s destination. The guide will take you to the most beautiful places and show you the animals. You will be amazed by the variety.

Day 11: Serengeti National Park – Ngorongoro

After breakfast, you will set off for the southern part of the Serengeti. Here, too, you will have the opportunity to take beautiful photos of lions, elephants, the huge herds of wildebeest with the zebras that are always close by and, with luck, you will also see leopards today. You leave Serengeiti through the Nabi Gate and continue towards the Ngorongoro Conservation Area.

Day 12: Ngorongoro Crater, game drive

Today you will spend the day in the Ngorongoro Crater. The diameter of this unique animal paradise is around 20  kilometers, the height difference between the crater rim and the ground is around 600 meters and the crater rim is around 2,300 meters above sea level.  The crater is home to around 25,000 large animals, including the BIG 5 with rhinos, lions, elephants, buffalos and leopards. 

Day 13: Ngorongoro – Tarangire National Park, game drive

This morning we continue in the direction of Tarangire NP. On the way to the East African Rift Valley there is a photo stop with a view of Lake Manyara, which is famous for its flamingos. In Tarangire you will notice the impressive baobab trees.  The Tarangire River is the lifeline for the large herds of elephants that live here. Buffalo, waterbuck, zebra and impala also live here. The number of lions here is small but with a bit of luck we will see them.

Day 14: Tarangire National Park – Kilimanjaro Airport (JRO), Tanzania

Today is the last day of your trip, you enjoy breakfast in the countryside once again and reflect on your days in Uganda and Tanzania. The impressive nature, the experiences with the animals and the friendly people, all that is Africa. Once again, you will set off on a short game drive in Tarangire NP before continuing via Arusha to Kilimanjaro Airport. From here you can either fly back home or continue on to a few days on the beach in Zanzibar.


Cassia Lodge

stay: 1 night

Location: Cassia Lodge is located in Kampala on a hill with a fantastic panoramic view of Lake Victoria. The outdoor pool and rooms also have views of the lake. Facilities: The rooms at Cassia Lodge are air-conditioned, have a mosquito net, a seating area and a desk. The rooms have a bathroom with shower and free toiletries, a flat-screen TV and a balcony. Free Wi-Fi is offered. Restaurant: Here guests can enjoy national and international cuisine.

Turaco Treetops

stay: 1 night

Location: The lodge is located in Kibale close to the border of the Kibale Forest. Facilities: All cosy cottages have a private balcony with an outdoor shower. On the private balcony you have a great view of the Kibale forest with monkeys and elephants. Restaurant: The kitchen serves a variety of delicious international dishes. The restaurant is located on a hill and offers a great view over the jungle and the Rwenzori mountains.

Queen Elizabeth Bush Lodge

stay: 2 nights

Location: Surrounded by the Queen Elisabeth National Park and located on the edge of the Kazinga Canal, this lodge offers a unique ambience. The nocturnal bush sounds of hippos and hyenas will certainly be remembered for a long time. Accommodation: The lodge has 12 rooms on a raised platform, built from canevas and local woods. The huge windows with mosquito nets allow for a 180 degree view and make for a natural experience. Each room has a private terrace overlooking the river. The rooms have a bathroom with toilet and an outdoor shower. Restaurant: If the weather permits, a 4-course menu will be served in the evening in a cozy atmosphere outside the restaurant around the campfire.

Chameleon Hill Lodge

stay: 2 nights

Location: Chameleon Hill Lodge is located on a hill with a fantastic view of Lake Matunda and the Virunga volcanoes. Accommodation: The lodge in Hundertwasser style surprises with 10 uniquely furnished chalets. Each chalet has a bathroom and a terrace. The lodge offers canoe trips on Lake Matunda. Restaurant: In the spacious restaurant and on the terrace, Euro-African dishes are offered with many home-grown ingredients.

Rwakobo Rock

stay: 1 night

Location: Rwakobo Rock Lodge is located 1 km north of the Nshara Gate of Lake Mburo National Park.
The pool, located on a hill, offers great views over the national park. Facilities: The tastefully furnished
Lodge has 8 individual, spacious cabins with rooftops. The cabins offer great views for watching the sunset on your own
Veranda. Restaurant: Food is served as a buffet or set menu. Depending on the weather, a campfire will be lit.
– a great opportunity to exchange ideas with other travelers.

Malaika Beach Resort

stay: 1 night

Location: Malaika Beach Resort is located in northern Tanzania, directly on the southern shore of Lake Victoria. The compact hotel complex is only a few minutes away from Mwanza Airport. Facilities: The 32 guest suites are air-conditioned, classically furnished with wooden furniture, a seating area, TV, minibar and a bathroom. Some rooms have a fantastic view of Lake Victoria. The property offers its guests free Wi-Fi. Relax by the pool or the on-site SPA before or after the safari. Restaurant: A continental breakfast and a light lunch are served. In the two-storey Malaika restaurant there are numerous seating areas. Enjoy specialties from Tanzania, India and other international cuisines.

Serengeti Tortilis Camp

stay: 2 nights

Location: The tented camp is located in the heart of nature, in the Central Serengeti, surrounded by a variety of plants and trees, especially the Tortilis trees that give the camp its name. Facilities: Each of the 10 tents is equipped with comfortable king-size or twin beds and each has its own bathroom (with shower, sink, toilet) and is completely lit by solar lights. Restaurant: The lodge consists of a main lounge and dining area which offers plenty of seating. The chef will prepare a healthy selection of fresh, seasonal dishes. “Note: There are no alcoholic beverages.”


Rhino Lodge

stay: 1 night

Location: Rhino Lodge is located on the crater rim within the Ngorongoro Nature Reserve, just a few hundred meters from the Grzimek Memorial Stone. Compared to other accommodation options near the Ngorongoro Crater, the Rhino Lodge is the best place to avoid long journeys and spend as much time as possible on the game drive in the Ngorongoro Crater. Facilities: Rhino Lodge offers 24 simply furnished rooms with fireplaces. They have a double bed, a private bathroom with hot water and an inviting veranda overlooking the impressive tropical rainforest. Restaurant: The restaurant as well as the lounge offer two fireplaces and a cozy atmosphere with many candles. Good Tanzanian and international cuisine is offered.

Pembeni Rhotia

stay: 1 night

Location: Pembeni Camp is located in Rhotia on a hill with beautiful views of the Ngorongoro Conservation Area. Accommodation: The 15 tents are built from local materials such as wood, brick and linen. There is a backup generator in case of power outages and WiFi available. Each tent offers breathtaking views from the balcony and 48 square meters of usable space. The room has a closet, a bedside table, a bed with a mosquito net and a luggage rack. Hot water is available at all times. Restaurant: The restaurant offers fresh local ingredients and alcoholic drinks.