Day 1,2: arrival, a city tour and canopy in nyungwe NP
Arrival to Kigali international airport, . You will be taken on a city tour of Kigali after the briefing. The city museum, the genocide memorial site in Kigali, the former president’s palace, local markets, and art shops .transfer to Nyungwe National Park second day, early morning.
canopy walk in the afternoon upon your arrival in Nyungwe national park. Check in to the hotel.
Distance of city tour is 50 Km – 3 hours
Distance to Nyungwe is 220 km 6 hours
Accommodation in Hotel Des Mille Collines on first night
And TENTS in NYUNGWE National park second night
Day 3: nyungwe NP chimp trekking
Following an early breakfast, you will meet with forest ranger at the Gisakura RDB park offices and depart to explore Nyungwe’s primates and scenic grandeur. 13 distinct species of primates inhabiting the area, Nyungwe N.P. is a great site for primatologists, and most tourists will participate in at least one tracking excursion, the most popular activity is chimp trekking. Chimps are tracked in groups of eight beginning very early in the morning, and you will only have one hour in their company after they’ve been located. Because they generally stay in dense forest, sightings aren’t as reliable or as clear as gorillas, but their engaging playfulness and human-like qualities make the long day worthwhile.
Next move will be to hit the road to Musanze, Volcano National Park
Accommodation at Ingagi Park View Lodge.
Distance of 232 Km – 6 hours
Day 4,5: Volcanoes NP Gorilla Trekking
We make our way into the Volcanoes National Park as the first light of morning breaks through the mist clinging to the summits of Karisimbi, Bisoke, Sabyinyo, Gahinga, and Muhabura. It can take several hours of challenging travel in wet and muddy circumstances to track the gorillas through the peculiar foliage. The journey would have been worthwhile if you saw a gorilla. Back at the hotel for lunch.
In the morning of second day, cross the border heading to Uganda, Bwindi National Park and Queen Elizabeth National Park
Distance of 300 Km -8 hours
This route crosses borders (Rwanda-Uganda)
Accommodation at Mahogany Springs Lodge one night
Day 6,7: Bwindi National Park and Queen Elizabeth National Park visit
Bwindi Impenetrable NP: There are nine additional primate species in the forest, in addition to the endangered mountain gorilla. Chimpanzees, olive baboons, black-and-white colobus monkeys, and l’Hoest’s monkeys are among these animals. Elephants can be seen in the area, however they are rarely seen. Occasionally, bushbuck and several varieties of forest duiker are seen. The park’s bird and butterfly checklists are quite impressive.
Queen Elizabeth National Park: The above Safari will bring you across Queen Elizabeth National Park, which is noted for its sculpted scenery with rolling grassy hills and picturesque Crater Lake beaches, as well as a number of diverse mammal species. Queen Elizabeth National Park, in the far west, is the world’s most biodiversity animal reserve, home to Lions, Leopards, Chimpanzees, Hippos, African Elephants, and Cape Buffaloes, not to mention a lovely launch trip along the Kazinga Channel.
Distance of 300 Km -8 hours
Accommodation at Akiri Alira second night
Next move will be to go to Murchison Falls National Park
Day 8,9: Murchison Falls National Park
Majority of the Big Five ( colonials hunters used to phrase “Big 5 ” to refer to the five most dangerous animals to hunt on foot ) are seen, but rhinos aren’t. Elephant and buffalo herds are widespread, and lion sightings are frequent. Jackson’s hartebeest, waterbuck, and Uganda kob are examples of antelope that can be seen, large herds of Rothschild’s giraffe. Budongo Forest, in the south of the broader Murchison Falls Conservation Area, is home to chimps and other primates.
Murchison Falls National Park has the most diverse biological variety of any park in the nearby, with 76 distinct mammalian species and 451 different avian species.
The River Nile attracts a wide variety of animals, including crocodiles, hippos, and water fowl, on its trek from Murchison Falls. Lions, warthogs, buffalo, the rare aquatic sitatunga antelope, giant forest hog, Uganda kob, topi, waterbuck, elephant, and leopard are among the other animals found in the park.
There are 76 various varieties of mammals and 451 distinct species of birds.
Many unique activities and adventures are available in the national park.
Accommodation will beTents in Murchison Falls National park
Distance: 650 Km – 12 hours
Next move will be to hit the road to Kampala, Distance of 300 Km -8 hours
Accommodation at Protea hotel by Marriot Kampala
Day 10: kampala city tour
kampala city tour will be, where you can shop some souvenir and learn about Uganda culture.
Distance in the city 50 km – 5 hours
Fly to Nairobi on second day
Duration of the flight is 1hour and hour
Accommodation in Nairobi at Nairobi Serena Hotel
Day 11: Kenya Country-side magnificent view
Nairobi city tour, where you can shop some souvenir and learn about some Kenyans’ culture
Distance in the city 50 Km – 5 hours
After lunch transfer to Lake Elmenteita
Distance of 160 Km – 4 hours
Accommodation at Lake Elmenteita Serena Camp
Day 12,13: Lake Nakuru National Park
The magnificent Lake Nakuru National Park is located on the Great Rift Valley’s floor, bordered by woodland and bushy grassland. From Lake Nakuru itself to the adjacent escarpment and scenic peaks, visitors can appreciate the great natural diversity and different habitats. Bird watching, hiking, picnicking, and wildlife drives are all popular activities in Lake Nakuru National Park.
The lake is rich in avian, with 400 resident species on the lake and in the neighboring national park, and varies in size from five to thirty square kilometers depending on rainfall. Thousands of small grebes and white-winged black terns, as well as black-winged stilts, pelicans, cormorants, avocets, ducks, and migrant waders, can be observed during the European winter. The adjacent national park is home to black and white rhinos, as well as Cape buffalo, African wild dog, zebra, eland, waterbuck, and lion. The large number of leopard sightings and the rare Rothschild’s giraffe has made Nakuru famous, at daytime, the acacia and euphorbia woodlands provide refuge for animals, making Nakuru an ideal wildlife-viewing site, while the hippo pool is a popular day out.
Next destination is Maasai Mara National Reserve, Kenya
After lunch transfer to Maasai Mara National Reserve
Distance of 250 Km – 6 hours
Accommodation at Mara Serena Safari Lodge
Day 14,15: the Masai Mara Reserve in Kenya tour
The Big Five as well as the Big Nine African mammals (lion, leopard, elephant, cape buffalo, and rhinoceros) can be found in the Mara, as well as more than 400 bird species, many of which are migrating and over 60 of which are raptors. Simply said, the wildlife in Masai Mara is regarded as one of the world’s best collections of wild species. Masai Mara and the adjacent Great Mara eco system are home to a rich, diversified array of wildlife that travellers from all over the world come to witness during an African Safari.
After lunch transfer to Serengeti National Park, Tanzania
Distance of 180 Km – 7 hours
This route is a cross border Kenya – Tanzania through
Accommodation at Serengeti Serena Safari Lodge
Day 16,17: The Serengeti and Ngorongoro reserve tour in Tanzania tour
The Serengeti and Ngorongoro hosts the world’s greatest wildlife migration, known as the “Great Migration The big 5 animals (elephants, buffaloes, rhinos, leopards, and lions), as well as wildebeest, zebras, hyenas, giraffes, African dogs, hippos, crocodiles, and over 450 species of birds, these characteristics call Serengeti home. When the first European explorers arrived, the Maasai tribe had been grazing their cattle in the Serengeti plains for roughly 200 years. With the exception of rhinoceros, which have been slaughtered by poachers, and hunting dogs, who are steadily diminishing, the Serengeti is home to every species of African savanna animal. predators are plentiful and plainly visible to the safari-goer, making it the ideal spot in East Africa to view predators in action.
Accommodation at Ngorongoro Serena Safari Lodge on the second night
Distance of 160 Km – 4 hours to ngorongoro
Activities we highly recommend some at own cost:
it is now time to Fly to Dar Es Salaam
Flight duration 2 hours 30 min
Accommodation at Dar Es Salaam Serena Hotel
Day 18: Dar Es Salaam city Tour
Dar Es Salaam city Tour and one can collect more souvenirs about the journey made and most Tanzanian handmade craft and statutes, art shops,…
Distance of 50 Km -3 hours
Transfer to Dar Es Salaam international Airport
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