Gorilla Trekking Safari

5 days including chimp trek in Kyarumba Gorge. Grade B-C Vehicle Supported Trekking. Arguably the ultimate wild animal encounter! This is also quite a demanding trek in difficult terrain, often in humid and rainy conditions.

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Murchison Falls Safari

4 days including chimp and rhino tracking Grade A – Fully Vehicle Supported. This trip provides one of the best value safaris for those who want to enjoy walking and seeking out animals on foot as well as a game drive and a boat game-viewing trip with a little energetic walking.

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Murchison Falls Safari – Luxury

4 days including chimp and rhino tracking Grade A – Fully Vehicle Supported. This trip provides one of the best value safaris for those who want to enjoy walking and seeking out animals on foot as well as a game drive and a boat game-viewing trip with a little energetic walking.

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Mount Elgon Route

This magnificent and remote mountain on the borders of Uganda and Kenya offers superb high altitude walking. The 30 km. caldera rim is composed of several rugged mountains over 4000m high. An ascent by the Sasa Route from the west combined with a descent via the Piswa Route to thenorth offers one of the best long trips.

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Climbing Margherita Peak

5,109 metres – Margherita Peak is Africa’s third highest peak – however the real beauty is in the climb up the Kilembe route where the forests, valleys and flora is diverse with trees and valleys of ferns. The trees are alive with many species of birds and primates and as you walk up the trail you will see chimp nests high up in the tall trees. If you’re lucky you may catch a glimpse of the resident chimpanzee as they scamper away.

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