14 Days Uganda and Tanzania Safari : The most astounding natural treasures in Tanzania and Uganda are covered on this 14-day trip. It is one of the top safari packages made primarily for wildlife enthusiasts. It is a special package that will take you to Uganda, where you will have the opportunity to witness both the tree-climbing lion and mountain gorillas during a gorilla trekking safari trip. Next, it will take you to Tanzania, where you will have the opportunity to explore and observe the great wildebeest migration, the big five animals, the largest crater on Earth, the enormous baobab, and the largest herds of elephants.

You can witness wild animals, vegetation, wildlife habitat, bush, birds, and rocks in the Serengeti kopjes, geographical characteristics, indigenous people, and much more on this 14 Days Uganda and Tanzania Safari. Some of the top-rated destinations in East Africa are Bwindi, Queen Elizabeth, Tarangire, Ngorongoro, Ndutu, and the Serengeti wildlife safaris, all of which are included in this 14-day safari itinerary created to give you the most exposure to wild animals, wilderness camps, private tours, and cultural tourism to allow you to experience local life.

You will first start by exploring the Bwindi, a reserve where wild mountain gorillas live.  The second trip will take you to Tanzania for additional wildlife excursions in the Serengeti National Park and the Ngorongoro Crater after game drives in Queen Elizabeth National Park.  And if that weren’t enough, you’ll go on a hot-air balloon safari and soar far over the savanna.


ü  Visit Bwindi National Park to see wild mountain gorillas.

ü  Visit Queen Elizabeth National Park to see hippos and elephants and tree climbing lions.

ü  With a hot air balloon, soar far above the Serengeti.

ü  Drive through the Serengeti and the Ngorongoro Crater in search of Great migration.

ü  See the Big Five safari creatures, including lions, rhinos, and leopards.




Greetings from Uganda! A private driver will be there to pick you up from Entebbe’s international airport and take you to your hotel in the city. Feel free to go outside after you’ve settled in to get some exercise after your lengthy travel.

Entebbe, which is situated on a peninsula at the northern end of Lake Victoria, is renowned for its friendliness and laid-back vibe. If you get there early enough, you can shop at Victoria Mall, wander along the lakefront, and eat some of the regional fare. Try the tilapia, which is thought to be Uganda’s best fish.


A driver will pick you up from your accommodation in Entebbe early in the morning and take you to the airport, where you’ll board a flight to Kihihi, a town in southwest Uganda. A representative will pick you up and take you south to a lodge inside Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. Located near the southwest corner of the western Rift Valley, this UNESCO World Heritage site is a pristine ecological and floral habitat that spans 128 square miles (331 square kilometers).

Hundreds of endangered mountain gorillas are protected in Bwindi, which is also home to many other rare creatures. Several gorilla groups are managed by the Uganda Wildlife Authority and can be seen on nature treks. You’ll get to see these magnificent animals in their native habitat throughout the next few days. But this evening, relax with a great dinner in your cozy lodge. You’ll need to wake up early the next morning to go on a climb to see some gorilla residents, so make sure to go to bed at a sensible hour the night before.


On the 3rd day of your 14 Days Uganda and Tanzania Safari, Prepare yourself for an once-in-a-lifetime encounter! The ability to observe wild mountain gorillas up close is unmatched and becoming increasingly rare. You won’t soon forget the opportunity to observe their activity up close and in their natural habitat.

Your group will set off from the lodge early in the morning, led into the mountain rainforest by knowledgeable guides and trackers. The guides have a thorough understanding of the park and are familiar with the locations where gorillas frequently live. Nonetheless, because these are wild creatures, sightings cannot be assured. As a result, treks can last anything from 30 minutes to six hours or more and involve difficult hiking at high altitudes.

After the trip, head back to the lodge and, if time permits, go on an optional guided stroll through the forest or through the neighborhood. Also, even though going on a gorilla trek is a fantastic family activity, the minimum age to participate in the experience is 15 due to the frequently difficult nature of the hikes.


You can go on a second gorilla walk and try your luck at another sighting if the gorillas were too wary the first day. You can always go out again, even if you didn’t see any mountain gorillas on your initial trip. Since seeing gorilla families in the wild is so uncommon and amazing, the rule of diminishing returns does not apply in this case. Take lots of pictures, of course.

 Those who don’t want to go on a second hike can stay at the lodge and take advantage of its services while unwinding in the natural setting.


Today, you’ll travel a few hours north to Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda’s top savanna park and safari location. Many historic craters dot the Rift Valley’s landscapes in this 764-square-mile (1,978-square-kilometer) protected region, which is framed by the magnificent Rwenzori Mountains. Its various ecosystems, which include wide-open savannas, dense forests, glistening lakes, and lush marshes, make it the perfect habitat for traditional African large game.

You’ll stop at Ishasha Village en route to the park for a cultural and gastronomic experience. The excursion is a component of a neighborhood project near the town sponsored by Agartha, a regional artist and organic farmer. She offers cooking classes at her farm, where she invites guests to learn about the Bakiga tribe’s traditional cooking techniques. Agartha tells stories about her experiences as a Bakiga wife during the 30- to 45-minute supper preparation time. After that, everyone gathers to enjoy the meals they have prepared together.

Following this instructive (and delectable) cultural exchange, you will travel to Queen Elizabeth National Park, the most popular park in Uganda. You will spend the night at a cozy campsite that is situated inside the park.


Have a great bush breakfast to start the day. You’ll be having a meal outside in a remote area of the forest. Your personal chef will prepare a lunch for you here that is sure to be as memorable as the location. After that, leave for a morning game drive in a 4×4 safari vehicle. Since the wildlife is most active in the mornings, this is the best time to see it in the park. More than 600 species of birds can be found here, which is more than in any other national park in Uganda.

Mammals include hippos, elephants, and buffaloes, who are drawn to the banks of the Kazinga Channel, which runs through the heart of Queen Elizabeth. The Kasenyi Sector, another well-liked location, is renowned for the numerous lions that prey on the abundant antelope population. If you’re lucky, you might see an elusive leopard or an enormous forest hog, which is Africa’s largest pig. Enjoy the Ntungwe River’s sunset in the late afternoon. Instead, visit a lovely vantage point up the slope that looks down on the Ishasha Sector of the park. A great location, it provides panoramic views of this lovely area of Queen Elizabeth.


On the 7th day f your 14 Days Uganda and Tanzania Safari, Early in the morning, go back to Entebbe, from where you will take a flight from Uganda to the Kogatende Airstrip in northern Tanzania. Transfer to a remote camp in the Serengeti National Park from here.

This storied wildlife preserve is a classic safari location. The Serengeti, which translates to “endless plains” in the Maasai language, lives up to its name with its 5,700 square miles (14,763 square kilometers) of protected land. The park, which maintains the highest density of plains wildlife in the world, is both a Biosphere Reserve and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

 Due to the Serengeti’s protection efforts for its black rhino population, it is also quite likely that one will actually see this animal there. This severely endangered species has been able to stabilize thanks to these interventions, giving hope for its continued preservation.


Today, you’ll see the Serengeti from a distinctive vantage point: up in the air, soaring in a hot-air balloon. The majority of people never get to take this thrilling excursion. The single permanent water supply in the center of the Serengeti, the Seronera River, is primarily flown over on this route. Therefore, it’s ideal for spotting wildlife. The region surrounding the river is very beautiful, with wide-open plains, acacia trees, and hippo pools aplenty. There is little doubt that the vistas will be stunning.

14 Days Uganda and Tanzania Safari
Hot air balloon safari

 Early morning balloon safaris go for roughly an hour, following which you can have a lavish champagne breakfast. The rest of the day is then yours to do as you like.


You will traverse a significant portion of the Serengeti over the coming days on game drives and other outings. There will be many possibilities to see wildlife in this area. The Big Five game animals, including elephants, lions, leopards, rhinoceroses, and buffalo, are among the numerous spectacular species. The Serengeti hosts the yearly Great Migration in addition to being a fantastic location to observe these animals in their natural habitat. During this “largest wildlife extravaganza on earth,” hundreds of thousands of zebras and gazelles travel a significant distance to find new grazing areas with more than a million wildebeest.

Baboons, caracals, civets, bat-eared foxes, genets, giraffes, hippos, honey badgers, hyraxes, mongooses, ostriches, and vervet monkeys are some other animals that are commonly spotted in the park. There are also about 20 different kinds of antelopes, including waterbucks, kudus, reedbucks, roans, and hartebeests. Almost 500 different species of birds, including cranes, eagles, herons, owls, storks, vultures, and the peculiar, long-legged secretary bird, are among the varied birdlife. Each night you’ll sleep in a fully staffed, eco-friendly tent camp within the park.


Begin your 14 Days Uganda and Tanzania Safari in Seronera, a picturesque town. The central Serengeti’s network of river valleys provides a year-round water supply for a diverse wildlife population, including many resident large game animals like big cats, elephants, and buffaloes. There are also a lot of hippo pools here.

 Seronera’s location along the route of the Great Migration provides an additional benefit. If you visit between July and November, one of the most amazing natural phenomena in the world will take place. You’ll spend your days here on safaris and game drives, admiring the scenery and taking pictures of the diverse wildlife, regardless of when you arrive.


Transfer from the Serengeti to the Ngorongoro Conservation Area in the morning. You will stay there for the following two days. Prepare yourself for another unforgettable trip to Africa. The biggest volcanic caldera in the world, this UNESCO World Heritage Site is 100 square miles (260 square kilometers) in size and has a depth of 1,968 feet (600 m).

Thousands of animals live in the rich plains on the crater bottom, with zebras and wildebeests making up nearly half of the population. Buffaloes, elephants, hippos, hyenas, jackals, lions, ostriches, servals, warthogs, elands, and enormous herds of gazelles are additionally frequent sightings. The best aspect is that this is the only location where you can go on a game drive and see all five of the Big Five creatures at once: lions, cheetahs, elephants, leopards, and black rhinos.

The crater is one of the only areas in East Africa where endangered black rhinos aren’t under danger thanks to anti-poaching patrols. Moreover, occasionally leopards and cheetahs will relax in the forest trees surrounding the crater. Together with these creatures, this protection area is home to over 100 bird species that are not seen in the Serengeti, as well as innumerable flamingos that cover the alkaline lakes in the valley in a pink blanket.

The following two days will be spent on game drives as you drive a 4×4 across the Ngorongoro crater floor. There are numerous photo opportunities here, and it’s common to spot at least four of the Big Five in a short period of time. There will also be time to stop for a picnic lunch next to a lake on the crater floor and take in the breathtaking views.


Even on your last full day in Africa, there will be plenty of adventure. In the morning, you’ll travel south to Tarangire National Park, which gets its name from the river that runs through the reserve. 

Despite being only the sixth largest national park in the nation, this 1,000 square mile (2,600 square km) protected region is home to an abundance of magnificent wildlife.  Due to the nearly 500 different species of birds that may be found there, it is one of Tanzania’s best birding locations.  In addition, there are colossal quantities of plains game, including wildebeests, antelope, and zebras, throughout the migration season from July to October.

The best times to see wildlife in Tarangire are between June and September, when it’s dry. Thousands of animals, including buffalo, giraffes, elands, wildebeests, kudus, hartebeests, and the seldom-seen oryx, come to the Tarangire River during this period in search of water from the arid Maasai grassland. Predators like lions, leopards, and others frequently follow these herds. Tarangire is notable for having the highest density of bush elephants of any park; up to 3,000 of them can be seen roaming this protected region throughout the summer.

 You’ll transfer to the airport in Arusha to catch your flight home after doing a game drive in Tarangire. Welcome back!

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