Uganda Itinerary 6 Days


Join us on  our extraordinary safari adventure, delving deep into the heart of Uganda’s untamed beauty with our 6 days Tour of Uganda. From the serene welcome in Entebbe to the majestic expanse of Queen Elizabeth National Park and the awe-inspiring Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, each day unfolds a new chapter in the symphony of nature’s wonders. Our meticulously crafted itinerary promises not just glimpses but immersive encounters with diverse wildlife, woven seamlessly into the fabric of breathtaking landscapes.

This journey is a celebration of the wild—a harmonious blend of game drives, enchanting boat safaris on the Kazinga Channel, and the rare privilege of tracking mountain gorillas in Bwindi. The rhythm of each day is attuned to the pulse of the natural world, ensuring an experience that transcends the ordinary.

At the core of our tours is the spirit of customization. Your adventure is uniquely yours, and we invite you to tailor this Ugandan escape to align perfectly with your desires. If this itinerary doesn’t resonate entirely with your vision, contact us to weave the threads of your dream Ugandan expedition.


  • Track Mountain Gorillas Through the Forest:
  • Visit the Home of the Famed Tree-Climbing Lions:
  • Explore the remote Ishasha region in Queen Elizabeth National Park.
  • Safari by Land and by Boat for a Richer Wildlife Experience:
  • Experience the best of both worlds with thrilling game drives in the Kasenyi Sector.


As you step onto the rich and vibrant soil of Uganda, a wave of anticipation and excitement envelops you. Entebbe, your gateway to this African gem, welcomes you with open arms. Awaiting your arrival is a seamless transfer to a lakeside luxury resort—a haven of serenity and comfort. The tranquil setting against the backdrop of the sparkling lake is the perfect respite for you to unwind after your journey. This initial day is not just a prelude but a promise, a promise of the incredible experiences that lie ahead.

Your lakeside retreat is more than a place to lay your head; it’s an introduction to the natural beauty that Uganda is renowned for. Take a moment to absorb the breathtaking surroundings, letting the ambiance of the resort set the tone for the adventure awaiting you.

With the sunrise, a new chapter of your adventure unfolds. Departing for Fort Portal, the journey itself becomes a part of the experience. Traverse the mesmerizing Rwenzori Mountains, a spectacle of nature’s grandeur. A stop at the Rwenzori Mountain Sculpture Foundation adds a cultural touch to your exploration. Fort Portal, nestled at the foothills, sets the stage for your onward journey to Queen Elizabeth National Park.

As you enter this haven of craters and diverse wildlife, you realize that each step is a brushstroke on the canvas of a living, breathing ecosystem. Your encounter with nature is not merely a visual spectacle but a multi-sensory experience, from the rustle of leaves to the calls of distant wildlife.

The day begins with the promise of adventure as you embark on a morning game drive in the Kasenyi Sector. Here, the landscape unfolds like a storybook, revealing the secrets of the wild. The Kasenyi Sector is renowned for its lions and Uganda Kob, offering you glimpses of these majestic creatures in their natural habitat.

Returning to your lodge for a rejuvenating rest, you prepare for an afternoon safari of a different kind—a boat safari on the Kazinga Channel. The channel, a lifeline connecting Lake Edward to Lake George, is a bustling waterway of life. As your boat gently navigates the waters, every glance captures diverse bird species, iconic African wildlife, and scenes of nature’s unfiltered drama.

This dual safari experience is a testament to the park’s rich biodiversity. From the vibrant Kasenyi Sector to the tranquil waters of the Kazinga Channel, you witness the interconnectedness of life in this ecological masterpiece

Leaving Queen Elizabeth National Park behind, your journey ventures into the heart of wilderness—Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. The drive itself is an odyssey, offering glimpses of tree-climbing lions in Ishasha, a rare and captivating sight. The landscapes transform, and you find yourself immersed in the biodiversity of Bwindi, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Arriving at the village of Buhoma, your home for the next two nights, you step into a world where nature and community coexist. Buhoma invites you to explore its handicraft shops, meeting the Batwa—an ancient, forest-dwelling tribe. The day is not just a transition but a deep dive into the local culture woven into the fabric of Uganda’s natural wonders.

Undoubtedly one of the highlights of your Ugandan odyssey, day five is dedicated to an unforgettable gorilla tracking adventure in Bwindi. The morning begins with registration at the Uganda Wildlife Authority ranger station—an initiation into the world of these gentle giants. Briefing with the rangers sets the tone for the trek ahead, an expedition into the heart of the impenetrable forest.

Strapping on your hiking boots, you embark on a journey that combines physical exertion with unparalleled rewards. The trek, ranging from three to six hours, takes you through the lush terrain, creating a bond with the natural environment. As you encounter a gorilla family, the sense of awe is palpable. Observing these magnificent creatures in their natural habitat is not just a wildlife encounter but a spiritual connection with the essence of Bwindi.

The encounter is governed by respect for the gorillas’ space and well-being, emphasizing the delicate balance between human presence and wildlife conservation. Your guide interprets the gorillas’ behavior, adding layers of understanding to this intimate rendezvous. An hour in their company feels like a fleeting moment yet etches a lasting impression.

The time has come to bid farewell to Uganda, a land that has woven itself into the fabric of your memories. The journey back to Entebbe is not merely a physical return; it’s a reflection on the profound experiences that have shaped your perception of nature and wildlife.

Before the final farewell, a pause at the Equator provides a symbolic moment. Here, at the geographical midpoint of the Earth, you partake in a picnic lunch—a celebration of the journey’s completion. A fun photo op captures the essence of this unique location, marking a literal and metaphorical crossing of paths.

The farewell dinner in Entebbe is more than a culinary experience; it’s a communion of hearts grateful for the shared moments and the diverse tapestry of Uganda’s landscapes. As you board the flight, you carry not just memories but a transformed perspective—a deeper appreciation for the delicate dance between humans and the wild.

In a mere six days, Uganda has opened its arms to you, revealing its secrets, sharing its stories, and imprinting its beauty on your soul. This safari adventure is not just a travel itinerary; it’s a narrative of connection, discovery, and the untamed spirit of the African wilderness.


To combine luxury and affordability, we offer accommodations ranging from 4-star comfort to the world’s most exquisite hotels and resorts. When you inquire about the package that suits you best, we will share a list of related accommodations, and we are always open to your suggestions.

For our luxury packages, we provide a superb array of accommodations ranging from 4-star to 5-star hotels. Our selection includes renowned establishments such as NH Collection, Crowne Plaza, Hilton Garden Inn, Radisson Hotels, and other comparably luxurious yet affordable options

When booking our premium packages, you will enjoy stays in superior, deluxe rooms, or suites within carefully selected 5-star accommodations, such as Hyatt Regency, Marriott, Sofitel, and Hilton Hotels & Resorts. In addition to our promised excellent service, rest assured that your experience will embody the epitome of luxury.

Upgrade to VIP accommodations for an exclusive stay at handpicked, breathtaking venues at your destinations, including top-notch options such as: Four Seasons, Relais & Châteaux, The Oberoi Hotels and Resorts, and similar elite choices.

All prices are for a luxury private tour designed for two travelers, featuring premium services

  • Early Bird Special: Enjoy a 10% discount per person when booking four months before the tour.
  • Free Upgrades: Enjoy accommodation upgrades during your destination’s low seasons at no extra cost
  • Children under 6 years old: travel for free.
  • Kids under 12: receive a 50% discount.
  • Groups of 4 travelers: enjoy a 10% discount.
  • Groups of 6 or more: receive a 15% discount
  • Groups of ten or more: get a 20% discount.
  • Same family of 4 or more: receives an additional 5% off.

From $2,090.00/Person


The best time to visit Uganda is during the dry seasons, which are generally from December to February and June to September. These months provide more stable weather conditions, making it easier to explore the country’s national parks, go on safaris, and engage in outdoor activities. The dry seasons are particularly ideal for gorilla trekking in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest and Mgahinga Gorilla National Park, as the trails are more accessible.

However, it’s important to note that Uganda’s climate can vary, and some regions may experience occasional rain even during the dry seasons. If you’re planning to visit specific areas or engage in certain activities, it’s advisable to check the weather conditions for those particular regions.

The wet seasons, from March to May and October to November, bring more rainfall and can make travel more challenging, especially in terms of road conditions and wildlife viewing. Despite this, some travelers may find the lush landscapes during the wet season to be appealing, and it can also be a good time for birdwatching.

The ideal number of days to spend in Uganda depends on your interests, the places you want to visit, and the activities you plan to engage in. Here are some general recommendations:

  1. Gorilla Trekking: If gorilla trekking is on your agenda, you’ll need to allocate at least 2 to 3 days. This includes the trek itself and possibly a day for rest or other activities.

  2. Safari and Wildlife: For a safari experience in one or more of Uganda’s national parks (such as Queen Elizabeth National Park or Murchison Falls National Park), it’s recommended to spend a minimum of 3 to 4 days to fully enjoy the wildlife and scenery.

  3. Cultural and City Exploration: If you plan to explore cities like Kampala or engage in cultural activities, consider spending an additional 2 to 3 days.

  4. Relaxation and Leisure: If you want some downtime to relax by the lakeshores or enjoy other leisure activities, you might want to add a few more days to your itinerary.

In total, a well-rounded visit to Uganda could range from 7 to 14 days or more, depending on your preferences and the specific attractions you want to experience. Keep in mind that travel times between destinations can vary due to road conditions, so it’s essential to plan accordingly.

Yes, English is widely spoken and recognized as the official language in Uganda. It serves as the language of instruction in schools, is used in government and business transactions, and is generally spoken by the educated population. Uganda has a diverse linguistic landscape with numerous local languages belonging to various ethnic groups, but English serves as a unifying language that facilitates communication between people from different linguistic backgrounds. Travelers to Uganda will find English to be a valuable means of communication, especially in urban areas, tourist destinations, and among the younger population.

Uganda is best known for several distinctive features and attractions, including:

  1. Mountain Gorillas: Uganda is renowned for its mountain gorillas, and gorilla trekking in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest and Mgahinga Gorilla National Park is a major draw for tourists. It offers a unique opportunity to observe these majestic creatures in their natural habitat.

  2. Diverse Wildlife: The country is home to a rich array of wildlife, including elephants, lions, hippos, giraffes, and various primate species. National parks like Queen Elizabeth National Park and Murchison Falls National Park are popular for safaris and wildlife viewing.

  3. Source of the Nile: The Nile River, one of the longest rivers in the world, has its source in Uganda at Lake Victoria. Jinja, a town on the shores of Lake Victoria, is a popular destination for activities such as white-water rafting and boat trips on the Nile.

  4. Lakes and Landscapes: Uganda is known for its scenic beauty, with numerous lakes, including Lake Victoria, the largest lake in Africa. The country also features the Rwenzori Mountains, also known as the Mountains of the Moon, and the Virunga Mountains.

  5. Friendly People and Cultural Diversity: Uganda is often referred to as the “Pearl of Africa” not only for its natural beauty but also for its welcoming and friendly people. The country is culturally diverse, with over 50 distinct ethnic groups, each contributing to Uganda’s rich cultural tapestry.

  6. Gorilla Conservation Efforts: Uganda is recognized for its commitment to gorilla conservation and sustainable tourism. The country has implemented measures to protect its gorilla populations and their habitats, contributing to global conservation efforts.

These highlights make Uganda a unique and sought-after destination for nature lovers, adventure seekers, and those interested in cultural exploration.