UG3 Uganda, Rwanda, Kenya & TanzaniaNEW SEARCH
Dian Fossey's Parc National des Volcans; Bwindi Impenetrable Forest; Kazinga Channel cruise; Maasai Mara's endless plains; Karen Blixen "Out of Africa" Museum; Snows of Kilimanjaro from Kenya's Amboseli Park; Ngorongoro Crater: natural wonder
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Prices are in US Dollars (USD), before taxes (if applicable) - All pricing reflects per-person Land Only expenses, however, we can book flights from virtually every city. Please call us for an air quote.
|Start Date||End Date||Price||More Info|
|Sat 05 Sep 2015||Thu 01 Oct 2015||$13960|
|Sun 03 Jan 2016||Fri 29 Jan 2016||$13690|
|Sat 03 Sep 2016||Thu 29 Sep 2016||$13960|
Optional Single Supplement: $2345 (number of singles limited).
This tour may require a mandatory single supplement charge of $1173, if twin-sharing accommodation is unavailable.
Uganda, a country that has been striving to put its troubled past firmly behind it, has recently been emerging as one of Africa's most exciting and rewarding tour destinations. After getting orientated in Kampala, we explore some ancient tombs, museums and Hindu temples, before heading away from civilisation to marvel at Uganda's most prized possession: its natural environment. Trips to Kibale Forest National Park, famous for its families of habituated Chimpanzees, and Queen Elizabeth II National Park, a designated UNESCO protected site, put us in prime position to view Colobus monkeys, elephants, buffalos, lions and leopards, where visiting Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park yields good opportunities to catch sight of mountain gorillas. It is, however, in Rwanda's Parc National des Volcans that we experience the ultimate mountain gorilla adventure. On the steep slopes of a magnificent, rainforest-blanketed mountain range, we have the chance to follow in the footsteps of conservationist Dian Fossey and track one of five families of gorillas. Though the gorillas are by no means tame, they have come to tolerate the presence of humans for short spells; the perfect conditions for close interaction with wild animals.
Our extraordinary East Africa tour continues in Kenya and Tanzania, two destinations that are most closely associated with the finest safari opportunities. In Kenya, we explore no fewer than five national parks and reserves, including Maasai Mara National Reserve -- often considered the best of Kenya's parks -- and Amboseli National Park -- famous for its large elephant population. Crossing into Tanzania, our trips through Ngorongoro Conservation Area and Serengeti National Park have us watching out for the 'Big Five' and a host of other teeming wildlife, but so abundant are they, we won't have to look too hard to find them.
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