Bwindi Impenetrable National Park is located in the South-western part of Uganda on the edge of the Albertine rift valley. This World Heritage Park is one of East Africa’s most famous national parks, offering a variety of attractions to tourists. The National Park is covered in a series of verdant rolling hills with incredibly thick rain forests containing over 400 species of plants.

The National park is also popular for being home to almost half of the worlds endangered Mountain Gorillas, 350 bird species, 200 butterfly species, 27 frog species, 120 mammals such as baboons, chimpanzees, and more than 30 elephants. Kent Safaris is therefore on handy to take you through an exciting four days experience of Gorilla trekking and tracking, bird watching, and an unprecedented view of the park’s diverse plant and animal species, an expedition that also will bring you into close interaction with the communities of the Batwa as you get to learn about the local culture through workshops and performances.

Day 1: Arrive at Entebbe International Airport

Our representatives will aid your transfer to the hotel or charter a domestic flight to Kihihi. Upon arrival to Kihihi, you will be welcomed by our guide who will provide the necessary briefing to ensure that your tour is smooth and to assist you through your period of stay in Bwindi. From Kihihi, you will be transferred to Bwindi lodge for lunch / dinner. Here, you will be seated on the balcony overlooking the Impenetrable Forest, to accord you a life time enjoyment of the sights and sounds of the more than 200 bird species echoing in the near distance.
Overnight: Bwindi Lodge or Standard
Meal Plan: Lunch and Dinner

Day 2: Gorilla Trekking and Tracking

After an early breakfast and briefing from the wildlife authority or guides, we set off through the steep densely forested hills, an expedition that will take us into close interaction with the gorilla families in the thick vegetation, an inspiring moment. Gorilla tracking in the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest requires energy and can take more than 8 hours. Therefore water bottles, snacks, jungle boots, raincoat/jackets are a necessity.

Overnight: Bwindi Lodge or Standard

Meal Plan: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Day 3: Activities are optional

Take a guided walk in the forest (Bwindi Impenetrable Forest).Visit local villages, schools, hospitals, or clinic centers and learn about the amazing ways of life of the local community. Visit Bwindi Community hospital that provides vital medical and educational services to more than 6500 members of the community, and where donations of any kind to help the community are appreciated by community leaders. Touring the local tea processing corporation that is the community job platform from where the locals earn a living is also a very rewarding experience. This walk is also the surest way of experiencing the amazing cultures and traditions, plus interacting with the Batwa and pygmy communities inhabiting the area.

Overnight: Bwindi Lodge or Standard

Meal Plan: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Day 4: Bwindi to Entebbe International Airport

After breakfast, you will be transferred by our guide/driver from Bwindi Lodge to Kihihi airstrip for a flight to Entebbe International Airport. You can possibly charter the morning or afternoon flight to Entebbe and connect for your next flight back home or other destinations.
Flight from Entebbe to Kihihi airstrip is 1-2 hours
By road from Entebbe to Bwindi is 7 hour

Day 5: Lake Mburo – Entebbe

Morning Breakfast, as we embark on a drive towards Kampala for your Flight. Stopover at the Equator and African Craft market on Masaka road for a photo moment and to purchase souvenirs. We arrive late afternoon. You may choose to stay in Kampala or be transferred to the airport for your departure flight.

Overnight:Breakfast and Lunch

Meal Plan: Note: Special room for refreshment will be available.