Uganda Comfort – 16 days

16 Days

participants: 2 – 6

Comfortable trip to Uganda's highlights

Journey to Uganda’s highlights, visit to the mountain gorillas in the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, chimpanzee tracking in the Kibale Forest and safaris in the most beautiful national parks. Stay in comfortable lodges and enjoy the beauty of the “Pearl of Africa” in your Toyota Landcruiser.


Accommodation and meals according to the itinerary
All transfers according to the itinerary of the tour
Rides in a 4×4 Landcruiser off-road vehicle with window seat
All park entrance fees & activities
1x Chimpanzee Permit
professional, English-speaking guide/driver
Drinking water


Gorilla Permit ($700)


• 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: 7055 Euro
with 4 participants: 6230 Euro
6 participants: 6160 Euro
Trip starts: daily


Day 1: Arrival day – Entebbe (EBB), Uganda

After landing in Entebbe, you will be met by our driver at the airport and driven to your hotel. Depending on your arrival time, you can visit the Entebbe Botanical Gardens or take a boat trip to the Mabamba Swamp.


Day 2: Entebbe – Ziwa Rhino Sacturary

Today you drive from Kampala to the Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary in north-western Uganda. Once there, you will go on a short bush walk. You will walk through the bush with an experienced ranger and seek out one of the giant rhinos. You should always remain calm. You can observe these magnificent animals, which are otherwise so rare, at close range.

Day 3: Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary – Murchison Falls NP

After breakfast, you will set off in the direction of Murchison Falls National Park. The drive leads through the evergreen landscape to Masindi and on to the park entrance. After the farm formalities have been completed, you will have your first animal encounters. In the afternoon there is an opportunity for a first game drive or to visit the “Top of the Falls”.

Day 4: Murchison Falls National Park, game drive and boat safari

Today we set off early in the morning on our first game drive in the park. Murchison NP offers a wide variety of different animals.  Lions, leopards, elephants, giraffes, hartebeests, oribis and of course the Uganda kobs are the best known. Your guide will take you to the most beautiful places and will never tire of answering your questions. The vegetation with the savannah and the riverside forest will inspire you. After lunch, you will set off on a boat safari towards Murchison Falls. Crocodiles, hippos and water birds accompany you on your trip on the Nile to the impressive waterfalls. Just before the thundering spray of the waterfalls, the boat moors on a rock, you enjoy the view of the river and take your photos. If you wish, you can hike along a steep path to the top of the waterfalls from where your guide will pick you up. Alternatively, you can return by boat.

Day 5: Murchison Falls National Park – Fort Portal – Kibale Forest

In the morning you leave the park and drive towards Fort Portal. The route runs along Lake Albert, one of the country’s great lakes. You will have the opportunity to take photos of Lake Albert at a viewpoint. You reach Fort Portal in the early afternoon. After a break in a nice café, you can take a stroll around the market. You will arrive at your lodge in the Kibale Forest in the late afternoon.

Day 6: Kibale Forest National Park, chimpanzee tracking and Bigodi swamp hike

Today you will follow the tracks of the chimpanzees into the jungle of the Kibale Forest with an experienced guide. With a bit of luck, you’ll soon spot the first primates! You observe the chimpanzees and follow them through the rainforest. In the afternoon, we set off on a tour through the Bigodi Swamp. In addition to the countless tropical birds, this swamp landscape is also home to various species of monkeys such as the colobus monkey. The hike ends in a small village on the edge of the swamp, where you will visit a school and have the opportunity to visit a local family.

Day 7: Kibale Forest National Park – Queen Elisabeth National Park

After breakfast, you will travel towards Queen Elizabeth National Park. The hilly crater landscape with its more than 50 lakes and green pastures is reminiscent of the landscape of the Swiss Alps.  The slopes of the Rwenzori Mountains on the right-hand side of the road complete the magnificent picture. Kasese, the last town before Queen Elisabeth National Park, offers the opportunity to do a little shopping, after which your first game drive begins. After an exciting game drive, you will reach your lodge in the evening

Day 8: 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 9: Queen Elisabeth NP – Game drive and tree lions in Ishasha

After breakfast, you will go on another game drive in Queen Elizabeth National Park. Around 3000 elephants live in the park. The tour then continues to the south of the park, to the Ishasha region. This area is known for its tree-climbing lions. Ishasha also provides a habitat for leopards, hyenas and hippos

Day 10: Ishasha, game drive

Today we set off on a game drive in the Ishasha area. The golden savannah of this region lies on the southern edge of Queen Elisabeth National Park and is known for its large herds of elephants and tree lions. Topi antelopes and Uganda kobs live here, in addition to numerous bushes where bee-eaters and the African hoopoe like to stay, some fig trees stand out in particular. These are the favorite places of lions and leopards. With a bit of luck, you might spot an entire pride of lions or a leopard in one of the treetops.

Day 11: Ishasha – Bwindi Impenetrable National Park

Today’s drive takes us to the Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. The endangered mountain gorillas live here. The population of animals has increased from around 800 to 1100 in the last 9 years. This is largely thanks to tourism, whose payments contribute to the protection of these unique animals. The gorilla families are carefully guarded and their names such as Otaka, Elsa or Nyakina will soon be familiar to you.

Day 12: Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, gorilla tracking

Today you have the opportunity to go gorilla tracking. Here in Bwindi Impenatrable NP, the gorillas and chimpanzees have their common habitat – nowhere else will you find both primate species so close together. After a briefing by the rangers at the entrance to the national park, you start your hike in the rainforest. To begin with, you will walk with your guide and a ranger on a well-maintained hiking trail slightly uphill into the park. On the way, the guide will answer your questions about the impressive vegetation of the rainforest and the way of life of the primates. Depending on the location of “your” gorilla family, you then head off the beaten track and cross-country through the bush. The ranger leads the way, you follow him and then suddenly you are standing in front of the gorilla family. You have 1 hour to observe and photograph the animals before heading back. Alternatively, you have the option of going on a hike in the surrounding area or visiting a Batwa community. But you will certainly regret it if you don’t visit the gorillas.

Day 13: 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 14: Lake Mburo National Park, game drive, walking safari

In Lake Mburo National Park you have the opportunity to take part in a walking safari. You go on an exciting hike in the park with an experienced ranger. The ranger will show you the footprints and animal droppings and explain which animals are nearby. In the afternoon, you can go on an extensive game drive in the park or opt for a boat safari on Lake Mburo.

Day 15: Lake Mburo NP – Entebbe

After a hearty breakfast, we will go on a final game drive through the park before heading back to Entebbe. Of course, we will stop at the equator for a souvenir photo.

Day 16: Departure day – Entebbe Airport (EBB)

The last Depending on the departure time, day one of your Uganda trip offers the opportunity to take a city tour in Kampala or to visit the Botanical Gardens in Entebbe. Your driver will take you to Entebbe Airport or to your connecting program in time for your departure flight.


Karibu Guesthouse Entebbe

catering: breakfast
stay: 1 night

Location: Karibu Guesthouse is located about 1 km  from the centre of Entebbe in a quiet side street. In the large  quiet garden with pool you have the opportunity to relax.  Facilities: The cosily furnished rooms have a private bathroom, each room can be booked as a single, double or triple room. Wifi is available in all rooms and in the garden. Restaurant: Breakfast is served and dinner is available on reservation.  Activities:  Excursions to the surrounding area, e.g. to the Entebbe Botanical Garden, can be arranged


Amuka Safari Lodge

stay: 1 night

Location: Amuka Lodge is located in a pristine forest area deep in the heart of the Ziwa Rhino Sancturary in Nakitoma with a swimming pool, bar and open restaurant. Amenities: The tasteful lodge has ten cottages constructed of hardwood and stone with a large private veranda. All chalets are located in the forest. Restaurant: The open restaurant serves local and European cuisine in buffet style. Cooking and baking takes place in the kitchen and in the open air. The bar is the perfect place to end the day.

Murchison River Lodge

stay: 2 nights

Location: Murchison River Lodge is located right on the banks of the Nile. From here you can enjoy a direct view of the river and Africa’s safari world with the papyrus islands and the hippos. In the beautiful surroundings you can relax and enjoy your safari. Accommodation: The cottages are scattered around the grounds of the lodge. They are all straw safari tents with en-suite bathrooms and terraces. In the evening you can enjoy the beautiful atmosphere around the fire pit. Restaurant: Under the large thatched roof there is an open restaurant, bar and terrace, the breathtaking view of the Nile will delight you. While enjoying your breakfast or dinner, you can spot elephants, hippos, and more from this magnificent vantage point.


Turaco Treetops

stay: 2 nights

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.

Elephant Plains Lodge

stay: 2 nights

Location: At 941 meters above sea level, high up on the steep slope of the Albertinengraben in the northeast of the Queen Elizabeth National Park, the Elephant Plains Lodge offers its guests a panoramic view that stretches for miles across the green landscape to Lake George. The lodge is located near the equator, nestled on Lake Kikorongo and only 2 minutes from the park gate of Queen Elizabeth National Park. From here you even have a view of the Equator Monument. Facilities: Guests are accommodated in six spacious semi-detached houses and two family houses. Each room is equipped with an en-suite bathroom, huge glass windows and a private veranda. The property uses solar powered electricity and is built with locally sourced materials. Enjoy the fantastic view of Lake  Kikorongo from the swimming pool and watch the elephants and buffaloes drink with a refreshing drink. The main area offers a spacious lounge with comfortable sofas and a well-stocked bar with wine cellar. Restaurant: The restaurant has an outdoor deck with 270 degree views. The menu features international cuisine inspired by local flavors.


Ishasha Wilderness Camp

stay: 2 nights

Location: Ishasha Wilderness Camp is located in the southern sector of Queen Elizabeth National Park, famous for its tree-climbing lions and often spotted in the branches of the large fig trees. Facilities: Ten large screen rooms are comfortably furnished, each having an en-suite bathroom and with running water, solar hot water ‘bush’ showers and an eco-friendly toilet. A central lounge and dining area under a cool thatched roof provides a comfortable environment for meals and relaxing during the day. Restaurant: Meals are freshly prepared with many local ingredients and a balance of international and local dishes is offered. The bar offers a selection of local and imported drinks.

Mahogany Springs

stay: 2 nights

Location: Mahogany Springs is located in Buhoma, Uganda. The comfortable lodge has been in operation since 2016 and offers guests very nice rooms. Accommodation: The lodge has spacious suite rooms with private bathroom, mosquito net, a private terrace with panoramic views of the surrounding area. Restaurant: The main building offers Asian cuisine, European cuisine and Middle Eastern cuisine, also enjoy BBQ in the evening for dinner.

Mihingo Lodge

stay: 1 night

Location: Mihingo Lodge is a perfect tented lodge on the border of Lake Mburo National Park. High up on a rock stands the main house of the lodge, from there you have a spectacular view over the wide savannah landscape. Facilities: The lodge has 12 luxury tented cottages and offers its guests peace and privacy. Each room is different and has its own character, whether it is located in the forest, overlooking the lake, on a rocky outcrop or with a view down to the waterhole. Each of the spacious canvas tents is equipped with its own bathroom, hot and cold running water, showers and toilets. Restaurant: The spacious restaurant is located on top of the rocky Kopje, overlooking the park and beyond. With a view of the waterhole, it is also the perfect place to enjoy the freshly prepared food and watch the wildlife at the same time

The Boma

stay: 1 night

Location: You will find Boma Guesthouse on the outskirts of Entebbe and only 5 minutes away from Entebbe International Airport in a quiet side street. Facilities: The guesthouse has 15 rooms with private bathrooms and a terrace. The beautiful garden offers the opportunity to relax. Restaurant: The terrace restaurant offers breakfast and dinner on reservation.