6 Days Masai Mara and Gorilla trekking safari

6 Days Masai Mara and Gorilla trekking

6 Days Masai Mara and Gorilla trekking safari, View the largest world animal migration the wildebeest migration combined with mountain Gorillas. This safari can start from any of the two countries Uganda or Kenya and can even add Rwanda.

Day 1:  Nairobi to Masai Mara national reserve

Wake up early for our morning breakfast, after your driver guide will meet you at the hotel in Nairobi. Have detailed briefing on our 6 days Masai Mara and Gorilla trekking itinerary before we start our drive to the famous Masai mara National Reserve. Our drive takes 6 hours through Maasai villages, we will have stop at Narok town a home of local Maasai crafts. After continue to our lodge for lunch and some brief refreshments. After lunch we go for afternoon game drive in search for the reserve permanent residents like lions, leopards, giraffes, Elephants, rhinos, wildebeest, gazelles, hyenas, buffalo, topis and many more game. We return back to our camp for dinner and overnight

Day 2 Full day Masai Mara
Have an early morning game drive to search for the live action early in the morning. Catch up with big cats like lions, leopards, cheetahs and others as they are hunting. The morning game drives are more of action parked. We then drive back to our camp for late breakfast, wait for lunch then emback on the afternoon activity with great game drive. We take another side depending on the time of the year we can go to Mara river to catch up with wildebeest migration. Dinner and overnight at your lodge.

Day 3 morning game drive and fly to Uganda

Have another day of action with morning game drive, we will look for more game before we return back to the camp for breakfast. After transfer to the airstrip to catch up with your flight to Uganda. You will be met by the Ugandan driver guide at the Airport (Entebbe international airport) where you will be transferred to your hotel for dinner and overnight.

Day 4 Entebbe to Bwindi

Enjoy the pearl of Africa breakfast, after transfer to Bwindi impenetrable forest national park. The drive takes 9 hours but worth it, you will have stop at Equator for pictures before we continue to Mabarara where you will stop for lunch. After lunch we proceed to Bwindi as we have scenic views of the Kigezi highland also called the Switzerland of Africa. We check in our lodge later in the evening.

Day 5 Gorilla trekking

This is the highlight of our 6 days Masai Mara and Gorilla trekking safari. Safari to Uganda without Gorilla trekking is not complete. The Gorilla trekking activity starts with briefing by the game rangers after clearance at the park headquarters. The guests will be subdivided in to groups of 8 people. After that you will be assigned to the game ranger and the gorilla families. You will be given more details of the gorilla family your going to trek like number of the gorillas in that family, meaning of the name of the gorilla family and others.

You will now encounter the jungle with the lead of the game ranger, we look for the gorillas in their natural home. After meeting them you will spend one hour with the gorillas taking photos enjoying their playful life. After we return back to the park headquarters where you will be issued with Gorilla trekking certificates. We drive back to our lodge for relaxing, in the evening we go for optional community walk. We meet with the locals in the community with their unique traditions and cultures. Dinner and overnight at the lodge

Day 6 Departure

We finalize our 6 days Masai Mara and Gorilla trekking safari. Check out of the lodge after breakfast and drive back to Entebbe with enroute lunch stop. We have more views on our way back. You will be dropped at the airport for your late flight back home.

Cost include:

Gorilla permit

Park entry fees

All accommodations and meal during the safari

English speaking driver guide

Mineral water during the safari

Safari van

Cost exclude

Domestic flights

International flights

Visa

Personal expenses

Optional activities

Alcoholic and soft drinks

Tips

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