Jun 2, 2022 - Jun 16, 2022
Trip Type
By Land

Group Size: 8 to 14 guests
Price: $18,995 per person double occupancy / $20,595 single occupancy

Activity Level

Trip Overview

This 14 day itinerary is a fantastic tribute to the savannahs and primates of Uganda. It is an incredible journey into the Pearl of Africa, exploring the rich mosaic of different floras and faunas. Start with game drives and bush walks in the rich savannah plains of Kidepo Valley National Park. Then onto Murchison Falls National Park where you cruise the White Nile, view the magnificent Murchison Falls and explore the wilderness in your safari vehicle. The itinerary also includes memorable trekking experiences for both our closest relative, the chimpanzee and the mighty mountain gorilla and the thrilling chance to search the Ishasha wilderness for tree-climbing lions, hyena and other wildlife. A luxury, private guided safari portraying some of the best bits that Uganda has to offer.

Schedule by Day

  • Jun 2: Depart the U.S. for Uganda
  • Jun 3: Arrive Entebbe, Uganda
  • Jun 4: Kidepo Valley National Park
  • Jun 5: Kidepo Valley National Park
  • Jun 6: Kidepo Valley National Park
  • Jun 7: Murchison Falls National Park
  • Jun 8: Murchison Falls National Park
  • Jun 9: Kibale Forest National Park
  • Jun 10: Kibale Forest National Park
  • Jun 11: Queen Elizabeth National Park
  • Jun 12: Queen Elizabeth National Park
  • Jun 13: Bwindi Impenetrable National Park
  • Jun 14: Bwindi Impenetrable National Park
  • Jun 15: Flight to Entebbe / Return Flight Home
  • Jun 16: Arrive U.S.


  • $18,995 per person double occupancy
  • $20,595 single occupancy


  • Two nights and a day room at Hotel No. 5 in Entebbe
  • Two nights at the Apoka Lodge in Kidepo National Park
  • Two nights at Baker's Lodge in Murchison Falls National Park
  • Two nights at the Ndali Lodge in Kibale National Park
  • Two nights at the Ishasha Wilderness Tented Camp in Southern Ishasha sector of Queen Elizabeth National Park
  • Two nights at the Buhoma Lodge in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park

What to Expect

Activity Level 4

You should be in good overall health and be able to hike for 4+ hours in relatively high attitude conditions (about 4,000–7,000 feet). While gorilla and chimp tracking you will need a comfortable, hard wearing, pair of walking shoes or boots, with good tread and support. Trekking conditions are generally very muddy / slippery and there are uphill sections that may be quite steep and strenuous. The average annual temperature is 72 °F, with an annual rainfall of 49 inches. You will need to take some wet weather gear as it does rain in the mountainous areas on a regular basis. The main language is English, and the basic infrastructure is sound and rapidly becoming better. Most roads are paved and in reasonably good condition by African standards. However, there are some sections of bumpy and dusty dirt roads, especially in the more mountainous areas where the going will be slow.

Study Leader(s)

Ruth B. Moore Prof. of Biological Anthropology

For More Information

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