Don’t miss a special non-profit making tour of Uganda
Purpose : Keeping conservation alive
As wildlife tourism struggles to resurrect after being hard-hit by the COVID 19 pandemic, the onus remains on us to ensure that the wildlife remains alive. We feel that the patrons of the wildlife need to keep hope alive and this is only most possible when they see travelers still coming to see wildlife despite the unbearable current challenges.
We have no doubt that there are travelers like us who want to be out there with the animals despite the current global health and financial challenges. Therefore we at Bird Uganda Safaris have made a decision to contribute to this cause by offering this non-profit making Uganda Birding and Wildlife Tour
Type of tour : Non-profit birding and wildlife tour( s)
Dates : April, May and June 2021.
Duration: 15 days or ( extra days on request)
Accommodation: Affordable facilities with ensuite rooms
Guides: Crammy Wanyama, Davis Rukundo, Herbert Byaruhanga, Veronica Nakafero, Prossy Nanyombi, Mark Bankunda, Tonny Sserugga, and the network of the site guides.
Single: USD $4850 per person
Double / Sharing: USD $3800 per person.
Participants other than the guides, will pay uniform fees for the set days of the tour.
Participants will pay for their drinks
Accommodation, transport, entrance fees, will be paid once to the company
Energy level: Anybody who is fit. Above 18 and below 90. The tour includes birding on slopes
Type of vehicle: High Clearance Safari Modified Vehicle.
Insurance: We encourage you to purchase travel insurance. Flights schedules adjust unpredictably, lately.
Day 1: arrival in the country .
Day 2: Birding at Mabamba for the Shoebill and proceed to Lake Mburo.
Day 3: Whole day birding and wildlife viewing in the park.
Day 4: Birding to Bwindi Ruhiija.
Day 5: Birding endemics.
Day 6: Birding the whole day / Gorilla tracking.
Day 7: Birding to Buhoma through the neck. Stay at Buhoma.
Day 8: Whole day birding along the main trail.
Day 9: Birding to Queen Elizabeth National Park .
Day 10: Whole day birding and wildlife viewing in the park. Watching wildlife from the Boat cruise.
Day 11: Birding and transfer to Queen Elizabeth National Park
Day 12: Birding in the forest. Green Breasted Pitta and Optional Chimpazee
Day 13: Birding to Murchison Falls National Park .
Day 14: and 15 Birding and Wildlife viewing in the park.
Day 16: Drive to the Airport for evening departure.
Gorilla tracking USD 700
COVID-19 PCR test 72 hours before arrival is required at entry to Uganda
All payments must be done 30 days (I think you need to be sure if people will early regardless) before the arrival.
All payments are done through the bank Bird Uganda Safaris Account.
Birding is rather intensive ( hard core). In some situations birding will be done at night.
Thank you for traveling with us to keep the wildlife alive. The money you pay for entrances, boat cruise, nature walks to the national parks will all be contributing to the conservation of nature.