14 Days Rooftop tent self-drive safari

The Uganda rooftop tent self-drive safari adventure offers the full range through the pearl of Africa. The exploit excursion starts in Kampala and ends in Kampala with great encounters including gorilla trekking, chimpanzee tracking, white water rafting, and visiting the world’s most powerful falls the Murchison falls.

Trip itinerary

Day one: arrival at Entebbe

On arrival at the Entebbe International Airport, receive your car rental transfer you to your hotel in Kampala. Depending on your arrival time – early arrival, you can take a magnificent Kampala city tour key destination to encounter in Kampala include Uganda Museum, Buganda Royal Palace, downtown city walks, Old Kampala National Mosque for the picnic view of the whole Kampala. Later drop off at your reserved hotel for dinner and overnight stay at Kampala Serene Hotel / Sheraton Hotel/ Cassia Lodge (Luxury)

Day two: White water rafting

Right after the relaxed morning breakfast, embark on your journey to Jinja the renown east African capital of adventure. With lunch en-route take a boat ride to the source of the Nile the world’s longest river and spend the rest of the day undertaking white-water rafting for even advanced grade four and five.

Start: Kampala

Destination: Jinja

Accommodation: 2friends hotel.

Day three: Sipi waterfalls

This other morning, embark to driving farther to the eastern direction to Sipi falls via Mbale town, alongside lunch en-route, Spend the rest of the time tracking through all the three phases of Sipi falls through the moist coffee plantations and bather the hiking exercise at the foothills of Mt. Elgon.

Start: Jinja

Destination: Kapchorwa

Accommodation: Sipi River Lodge.

Day four: Enroute to Kidepo Valley National Park

Its ideal to depart here with well-packed lunch to Kidepo valley national park through Moroto via Kabongo, the remotest park in Uganda, enjoying the view of the off-beaten rolling savannah pocket acacias woodlands surely releasing you’re driving through the lost end. It’s a full day drive reaching the park in the late evening hours.

Start: Kapchorwa

Destination: Kidepo Valley National Park

Accommodation: Apoka Safari Lodge.

Day five: Game drive at Kidepo valley national park

This after the well-served morning mealtime, board for the wildlife game drive in the lost Eden of the creation, the dramatic wildlife drive to Narus Valley watching varieties of wildlife including herds of elephants, buffalos, several antelope species, lions, towers of Rothchild giraffes, zebras, leopards, warthogs, among others. Lunch en route and take a route to the local communities for the cultural entertainment of the Karamojong.

Destination: Kidepo Valley National Park

Accommodation: Apoka Safari Lodge.

Day six: Murchison Falls National Park 

After the morning refreshments drive to Murchison falls via Gulu, make a stopover at Aruu falls Padar, the rocky falls are very magnificent, better place for relaxation and swimming if interested. Lunch in Gulu town and drive to Murchison Falls National Park.

Starting: Kidepo Valley National Park

Destination: Murchison Falls National Park

Accommodation: Pakuba Safari Lodge

Day seven: Adventure at Murchison falls national park

This day En-route for a rewarding morning wildlife viewing game drive through several tracks to the Nile delta. Higher chances to encounter the big four including elephants, lion, buffalos and leopards, as well so much of wildlife and bird species. The same take an afternoon boat ride to the bottom of the world’s most powerful falls. Hike to the top the falls seeing how the huge volumes of water forces into the narrow 7m gorge that forms a theatrical thunderous roar.

Destination: Murchison Falls National Park

Accommodation: Pakuba Safari Lodge

Day eight: Kibale National park

Today drive to Kibale Forest National Park, Take an evening city tour in Fort Portal town.

Start: Murchison Falls National Park

Destination: Kibale National Park

Accommodation: Primate Lodge

Day Nine: Chimpanzee tracking

After breakfast, it’s a day to trek the habituated chimpanzee in the renown primate capital. There 13 primate species to encounter alongside chimpanzee tracking, and the forest bargains for the best chimps tracking experience around the world. Afternoon take a nature walk to the Bigodi wetlands for several wildlife encounters include various primates, perfect birding destinations among others.

Day Ten: Queen Elizabeth National Park

This morning drive to the historical Amere ga nyinamwiru caves explore about the Bito dynasty. Then en-route to Queen Elizabeth National Park.
Start: Kibale National Park

Destination: Queen Elizabeth National Park

Accommodation: Mweya Safari Lodge.

Day eleven: Game drive and boat ride


Soon after breakfast, take a morning game drive rewarding with varieties of wildlife and highest number of bird encounters and relax with lunch at the lodge. Afternoon boat cruise at Kazinga channel watching countless numbers of hippos, crocodiles and many other wildlife.

Destination: Queen Elizabeth National Park

Accommodation: Mweya Safari Lodge.

Day twelve: Ishasha sector and Bwindi Impenetrable National Park

Following the breakfast, drive to southern of the park Ishasha sector to track the rare tree climbing lions, this is an experience of its own kind encountering these predators lazily relaxed under tree branches, the tracking here can last for 3/ 4 hours. En-route to the final day destination to Bwindi Impenetrable National Park.

Start: Queen Elizabeth National Park

Destination: Bwindi Impenetrable National Park

Accommodation: Bwindi Lodge Buhoma (Luxury)

Day thirteen: Mountain gorilla tracking and transfer to Lake Bunyonyi

Today subsequently transfer to the preliminary point to trek the world’s most endangered species. trekking gorillas is the highlight of other African safari adventures. Encountering the species have an hour in their presences and set off from the jungle. Following lunch refreshments transfer to Lake Bunyonyi.

Start: Bwindi Impenetrable National Park

Destination: Lake Bunyonyi

Accommodation: Lake Bunyonyi Eco Resort.

Day fourteen: Boat ride and drive back to Kampala.

Start your day with a morning boat ride on the Africa’s second deepest Lake Bunyonyi, as the name suggest Bunyonyi meaning many small bird species expect as much as possible at late morning hours board to transfer back to Kampala alongside your lunch en-route. Take photographs at the equator, drop off at Entebbe international airport or at your preferred hotel in Kampala.

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