Gorillas & Plains tour

Gorillas & Plains tour

Tour Experience

Two week tour covering the lakes wildlife parks of Kenya and the mountain gorillas and chimpanzees in Uganda

Available

All year round

Location

Kenya and Uganda

This two week adventure takes you through the magnificent lakes and wildlife parks of Kenya, across Uganda and the Equator, and up into the jungle for some trekking to visit the mountain gorillas and chimpanzees.

Starting in Nairobi we first head out to the famous Masai Mara game reserve where we’ll have several included game drives to view the wildlife in one of Africa's most iconic game reserves. We then head north, stopping for more game viewing at Lake Nakuru, before crossing the border into Uganda where our next stop is Jinja, famous as the point where the River Nile flows out of Lake Victoria. There are optional Nile cruises and great white water rafting available here.

Next we head north towards the Murchison National Park, home of the spectacular Murchison Falls. We'll enjoy another included game drive here, through one of Uganda's best National Parks. Then we take another jungle trek, this time through the Budongo Central Forest Reserve in search of the local chimpanzees. We follow this adventure with a visit to the mountains, stopping at the beautiful Lake Bunyoni which we use as our base for our gorilla trek deep into the Bwindi Impenetrable forest. This experience is a once in a life time opportunity to get up close and personal with man's closest relative.

An optional rhino trekking experience is then available as we head back towards Kenya through the Great Rift Valley and Eldoret, before we arrive back in Nairobi to finish the tour.

Important Note: the itinerary below is written with an optional Activity Package included. This optional payment covers what we consider highly recommended activities on the tour. Separating these activities out is designed to help people with differing budgets. If required, the Activity Package should be pre-purchased prior to your arrival to guarantee availability and to help your guides plan ahead to help the smooth running of the tour. Please contact us for details and prices.

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INCLUDED

  • 13 night's accommodation in hotels/lodges/guesthouses
  • All transport using our 25-seat expedition vehicle
  • All 'included highlights' as mentioned in the itinerary
  • 2 truck crew (driver/guide plus assistant/cook)
  • Local guides for sightseeing tours and activities as per the itinerary
  • Meals: 13 breakfasts, 8 lunches and 11 dinners

EXCLUDED

  • International Flights (available on request)
  • Visa fees if required
  • Activity Package and optional activities (see itinerary and tour notes)
  • Travel Insurance (compulsory, available on request)
  • Meals not indicated in the itinerary
  • Drinks, snacks and other personal expenses (e.g. laundry)
  • Tips for guides & drivers
  • Entrance fees and activities not mentioned above
  • Any other items not mentioned above
  • Gorilla permits (allow approx US$630)

PACKAGE DETAILS

Itinerary

DAY 1, 2019 – Nairobi to the Masai Mara

Your African adventure begins in the Kenyan capital of Nairobi. Those who booked the activity package will make their way into the famous Masai Mara Game Reserve, one of the wildest and most spectacular safari destinations on the planet.
Stretching for over 1,510 square kilometres (580 square miles) and rising between 1,500 – 2,170 meters (4,920-7,120 feet) above sea level, the Masai Mara is home to all the Big Five wildlife (lion, leopard, elephant, buffalo and rhinoceros) as well as the great wildebeest migration for several months of the year.
We’ll travel to the Masai Mara in a minibus, before switching over to a game vehicle. For this reason, we request that you only pack a small overnight bag to travel with. You will need your towel, clothes, toiletries and camping essentials.
If you haven’t booked the activity package, then you should please arrange to travel to Lake Nakuru to join the tour on the morning on Day 4. For assistance with this, please contact us for more information.
Route: Nairobi to Masai Mara ±240km
Activity package: Kenyan Parks Highlights Excursion
| OVERNIGHT: Permanent Tents: Masai Mara Camp
| MEALS: Lunch, Dinner
| EXTRAS: Gorilla Permit, Extra day in Nairobi – pre-tour, Options available while on tour, Arrival airport transfer in Nairobi, Activity Package 2019 – Gorillas & Plains

DAY 2, 2019 – Exploring the Masai Mara

The vast plains and grasslands of the Masai Mara offer some of the best game viewing opportunities in Africa. If you’re lucky enough, you could see the Big Five in the reserve as well as animals such as cheetah, gazelle, zebra and more.
Hippo and Nile crocodile spend hours wallowing in the muddy waters of the Mara River, which from the months of July – September play host to the infamous Mara River crossings, which sees thousands of wildebeest attempt to cross its crocodile-infested waters.
Today we will spend the entire day game driving through the Mara in search of all the animals.
Activity package: Kenyan Parks Highlights Excursion
| OVERNIGHT: Permanent Tents: Masai Mara Camp
| MEALS: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
| EXTRAS: Activity Package 2019 – Gorillas & Plains

DAY 3, 2019 – Travel to Lake Nakuru

We start our day with an early morning game drive through the Masai Mara towards Lake Nakuru National Park, which we’ll reach by afternoon.
We’ll head out later in the day for a game drive through Lake Nakuru National Park, which is home large flocks of flamingo’s, pelicans and a host of other bird life. In fact, the Lake Nakuru was originally a bird sanctuary before it received national park status in 1968.
Other wildlife that you can see here include leopard, lion, black and white rhino as well as different species of buck.
Route: Masai Mara to Lake Nakuru ±220km
Activity package: Kenyan Parks Highlights Excursion
| OVERNIGHT: Lake Nakuru Lodge OR Kivu Lodge | MEALS:
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
| EXTRAS: Activity Package 2019 – Gorillas & Plains

DAY 4, 2019 – Lake Nakuru to Jinja

We say goodbye to Kenya today as we make our way across the border towards Uganda. We’ll make a stop along the way to celebrate crossing the Equator before we head towards Jinja – Uganda’s second largest city.
Jinja is also famed as being the point where the Nile River flows out of Lake Victoria and begins its 6,700-kilometre journey towards Egypt and the Mediterranean.
Note: If you have not booked the Activity Package then you will need to get to Lake Nakuru and be ready to leave there with the group this morning.
Route: Lake Nakuru to Jinja
| OVERNIGHT: Eden Rock Resort
| MEALS: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
| EXTRAS: Options available while on tour

DAY 5, 2019 – Jinja to Murchison Falls National Park

After spending the night in Jinja, we make our way towards Kampala for a short stopover before we make our way to Murchison Falls National Park which sits on the shore of Lake Albert, in northwest Uganda.
The Murchison Falls, also known as Kabaraga Falls, is a waterfall located on the course of the Nile River. The park is also home to four of the Big Five species: lion, leopard, buffalo and elephant.
Your guide will help you settle into your accommodation before briefing you on the itinerary for the following day.
| OVERNIGHT: Kabalega Resort Hotel
| MEALS: Breakfast, Dinner
| EXTRAS: Options available while on tour

DAY 6, 2019 – Travel to the Budongo Central Forest Reserve

Home to East Africa’s biggest mahogany forest, we make our way towards the Budongo Central Forest Reserve, which is home to the largest population of chimpanzees in Uganda. It’s estimated that between 600-700 chimpanzees call Budongo Forest home.
We’ll meet up with our chimpanzee guide this morning, who will take us on a trek through the forest in search of these beautiful mammals. Afterwards, we head out on a game drive to spot the other wildlife in the forest reserve.
Note: Chimp trekking is limited to 12 guests per trek. Should there be more than 12 guests on a tour, the trekking will be split into morning and afternoon treks. Therefore, you may find that you will first do the game drive activity followed by the chimp trekking or vice versa. Please allow for flexibility.
Activity package: Chimpanzee Trekking
Included highlight: Nile River Boat cruise (half day) in Murchison Falls National Park
| OVERNIGHT: Kabalega Resort Hotel
| MEALS: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
| EXTRAS: Options available while on tour, Activity Package 2018 – Gorillas & Plains

DAY 7, 2019 – Back to Kampala

We can start the day with an optional early morning game drive before we visit the Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary and then make our way back to the Ugandan capital city of Kampala.
The Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary is home to the only wild rhinos in Uganda. The Rhino re-introduction project is the brainchild of the Rhino Fund Uganda and Uganda Wildlife Authority.
Rhino Fund Uganda (RFU) was formed as a Non-Government Organization (NGO) in 1997 and is tasked with overseeing its aim of reintroducing rhinos back into the national parks of Uganda through a breeding and release program.
Optional activities: Murchison Falls game drive
Activity Package: Ziwa Rhino Walk
Route: Masindi to Kampala
| OVERNIGHT: Hillside Plaza Hotel
| MEALS: Breakfast, Lunch
| EXTRAS: Options available while on tour

DAY 8, 2019 – Crossing the Equator towards Lake Bunyonyi

We make our way back across the Equator once more today as we travel south towards Lake Bunyonyi – a small lake with an abundance of bird life.
Surrounded by mountain ranges, Lake Bunyonyi boasts a large otter population and is the ideal place to relax before our journey to see the mountain gorillas..
Route: Kampala to Lake Bunyoni
| OVERNIGHT: Lake Bunyonyi Overland Resort
| MEALS: Breakfast, Dinner
| EXTRAS: Gorilla Permit, Options available while on tour

DAY 9, 2019 – Searching for mountain gorillas

Today, we head out in search of the endangered mountain gorillas. It’s estimated that there are only around 650 left in the wild today.
One of the best ways to protect these beautiful animals is by visiting them, as money spent on permits are used to fund their protection.
One of the most important factors in the future conservation of the mountain gorillas lies with in community development – if the attitudes of the local communities’ changes towards protecting the wildlife around them instead of poaching – the battle in protecting mountain gorillas can be won.
Permits granting permission to visit the gorillas are limited, so flexibility is required in both the tour itinerary and where we visit them.
The home of the mountain gorillas is completely at odds with man-made borders and so their range encompasses Uganda, Rwanda and the DRC (Democratic Republic of the Congo).
We prefer to make use of the national parks of Uganda, but depending on the availability of the permits, we may travel to Rwanda or the DRC.
On your free day in Bunyonyi you will have the opportunity to participate in optional activities. You can also go hiking or explore the area on a mountain bike.
Optional Activity: Gorilla Trekking
| OVERNIGHT: Lake Bunyonyi Overland Resort
| MEALS: Breakfast, Dinner
| EXTRAS: Gorilla Permit

DAY 10, 2019 – Gorilla trekking & a cultural tour

We allocate two days to gorilla trekking; however, we only spend one day on the trek. The other days are dedicated to providing a large enough window to obtain permits and to allow the entire group to see these beautiful animals.
We will also visit the nearby Nyombi Village, a Pygmy village which is reached by motor boat from Bunyonyi Resort. We will have the opportunity to learn about the culture of the Pygmies, giving you great insight into their daily lives.
Included Highlight: Pygmy Village Visit
| OVERNIGHT: Lake Bunyonyi Overland Resort
| MEALS: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
| EXTRAS: Gorilla Permit

DAY 11, 2019 – Back to Kampala

We say goodbye to Lake Bunyonyi this morning as we cross the Equator for the third time until we reach Kampala. Your guide will give you a breakdown of the activities available in Jinja, so that you can plan your day ahead.
Route: Lake Bunyonyi to Kampala
| OVERNIGHT: Hillside Plaza Hotel
| MEALS: Breakfast
| EXTRAS: Options available while on tour

DAY 12, 2019 – Kampala to Jinja

Kampala is a short distance away from Jinja, which offers plenty of activities to take advantage of, most centred around the Nile River. They include kayaking, river rafting and cruises on Africa’s largest river.
For those looking to do something else other than water sports, horse-riding and quad biking are available as well.
Optional Activities: Quad biking, kayaking, rafting
Route: Kampala to Jinja
| OVERNIGHT: Eden Rock Resort
| MEALS: Breakfast, Dinner
| EXTRAS: Options available while on tour

DAY 13, 2019 – Back to Kenya

We leave Jinja today and make our way to Eldoret – Kenya’s fifth largest city. The Great Rift Valley is the most prominent geographical feature of this region, with the city rising at 2100 metres above sea level.
Route: Jinja to Eldoret
| OVERNIGHT: Naiberi River Camp
| MEALS: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

DAY 14, 2019 – Travel to Nairobi

After spending some time searching for the Big Five and mountain gorillas, the tour comes to an end in Nairobi. There is an optional dinner, where we can swap stories and exchange contact details.
We recommend that you book at least one more night post-tour rather than flying out this evening in case of any delays. We can help you in organising extra nights if required.
Route: Eldoret to Nairobi
Note: The itinerary for this tour is flexible and can be changed without notice in order to accommodate the best possible viewing of the Mountain Gorillas. The Permit price to visit the Gorillas can also change without notice.
| OVERNIGHT: N/A
| MEALS: Breakfast
| EXTRAS: Extra day in Nairobi – post-tour, Departure airport transfer in Nairobi
2020 ITINERARY

DAY 15, 2020 – Nairobi to the Masai Mara

Your African adventure begins in the Kenyan capital of Nairobi. We depart from our hotel pick up point at the Sentrim Boulevard at 07.00am so please be there at least 30 minutes early. We’ll then make our way to the famous Masai Mara Game Reserve, one of the wildest and most spectacular safari destinations on the planet.
Stretching for over 1,510 square kilometres (580 square miles) and rising between 1,500 – 2,170 meters (4,920-7,120 feet) above sea level, the Masai Mara is home to all the Big Five wildlife (lion, leopard, elephant, buffalo and rhinoceros) as well as the great wildebeest migration for several months of the year.
We’ll travel to the Masai Mara in a minibus, before switching over to a game vehicle. For this reason, we request that you only pack a small overnight bag to travel with. You will need your towel, clothes, toiletries and camping essentials. You can leave the rest of your luggage with the expedition truck at the hotel.
Route: Nairobi to Masai Mara Included Highlight: Masai Mara Excursion Facilities: Both camping and accommodation options stay in permanent tents with shared ablutions
| OVERNIGHT: Permanent Tents: Masai Mara Camp
| MEALS: Lunch, Dinner
| EXTRAS: Gorilla Permit, Extra day in Nairobi – pre-tour, Arrival airport transfer in Nairobi

DAY 16, 2020 – Exploring the Masai Mara

The vast plains and grasslands of the Masai Mara offer some of the best game viewing opportunities in Africa. If you’re lucky enough, you could see the Big Five in the reserve as well as animals such as cheetah, gazelle, zebra and more.
Hippo and Nile crocodile spend hours wallowing in the muddy waters of the Mara River, which from the months of July – September play host to the infamous Mara River crossings, which sees thousands of wildebeest attempt to cross its crocodile-infested waters.
Today we will spend the entire day game driving through the Mara in search of all the animals.
Included Highlight: Masai Mara safaris
Facilities: Both camping and accommodation options stay in permanent tents with shared ablutions
| OVERNIGHT: Permanent Tents: Masai Mara Camp
| MEALS: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

DAY 17, 2020 – Travel to Lake Nakuru

We start our day looking out for more wildlife as we leave the Masai Mara and head towards Lake Nakuru National Park, which we’ll reach by the afternoon.
We’ll head out later in the day for a game drive through Lake Nakuru National Park, which is home large flocks of flamingos, pelicans and a host of other bird life. In fact, the Lake Nakuru was originally a bird sanctuary before it received national park status in 1968.
Other wildlife that you can see here include leopard, lion, black and white rhino as well as different species of buck.
Route: Masai Mara to Lake Nakuru
Included Highlight: Lake Nakuru NP game drive Facilities: Both camping and accommodation options stay in rooms with shared ablutions
| OVERNIGHT: Lake Kivu Lodge or similar
| MEALS: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

DAY 18, 2020 – Lake Nakuru to Jinja

We say goodbye to Kenya today as we make our way across the border towards Uganda. We’ll make a stop along the way to celebrate crossing the Equator before we head towards Jinja – Uganda’s second largest city.
Jinja is also famed as being the point where the Nile River flows out of Lake Victoria and begins its 6,700-kilometre journey towards Egypt and the Mediterranean.
Route: Lake Nakuru to Jinja Included Highlight: Crossing the Equator
Facilities – Camping: Campsite with shared ablutions
Facilities – Accommodated: Rooms with en-suite bathrooms
| OVERNIGHT: Eden Rock Resort
| MEALS: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

DAY 19, 2020 – Jinja to Masindi and the Murchison Falls National Park

After spending the night in Jinja, we make our way towards Kampala for a short stopover before we make our way to Murchison Falls National Park which sits on the shore of Lake Albert, in northwest Uganda.
The Murchison Falls, also known as Kabaraga Falls, is a waterfall located on the course of the Nile River. The park is one of the best in Uganda and is home to four of the Big Five species: lion, leopard, buffalo and elephant.
Your guide will help you settle into your accommodation before briefing you on the itinerary for the following day.
Route: Jinja to Masindi Local options: Ziwa Rhino walk
Facilities – Camping: Campsite with shared ablutions
Facilities – Accommodated: Rooms with en-suite bathrooms
| OVERNIGHT: Kabalega Resort Hotel
| MEALS: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
| EXTRAS: Options available while on tour

DAY 20, 2020 – Chimp Trek and boat cruise in Budongo Central Forest Reserve

Today we make our way to East Africa’s biggest mahogany forest, Budongo Central Forest Reserve, which is home to the largest population of chimpanzees in Uganda. It’s estimated that between 600-700 chimpanzees call Budongo Forest home.
We’ll meet up with our chimpanzee guide this morning, who will take us on a trek through the forest in search of these beautiful mammals. Afterwards, we head out on a game drive to spot the other wildlife in the forest reserve.A boat cruise in the park is also included today.
Note: Chimp trekking is limited to 12 guests per trek. Should there be more than 12 guests on a tour, the trekking will be split into morning and afternoon treks with the other activities adjusted accordingly. Please allow for flexibility.
Included Highlight: Chimp trekking (half day) / Nile River Cruise in Murchison Falls National Park
Facilities – Camping: Campsite with shared ablutions
Facilities – Accommodated: Rooms with en-suite bathrooms
| OVERNIGHT: Kabalega Resort Hotel
| MEALS: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

DAY 21, 2020 – Lake Mburo

Our destination today is Leopard Rest Camp which sits on the edge of Lake Mburo National Park. The smallest of Uganda’s savannah national parks, Lake Mburo is one of 14 lakes which form a large 50km swamp and wetland system. The National Park also features forested gorges and rocky ridges and a wide range of wildlife can be seen, including 350 bird species, plus zebra, buffalo, leopard, hyena, impala and hippos.Route: Masindi to Lake Mburo
Facilities: Both camping and accommodated options stay in rooms with en-suite bathrooms
| OVERNIGHT: Leopard Rest Camp
| MEALS: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

DAY 22, 2020 – Crossing the Equator towards Lake Bunyonyi

We make our way back across the Equator once more today as we travel south towards Lake Bunyonyi – a small lake with an abundance of bird life.
Surrounded by mountain ranges, Lake Bunyonyi boasts a large otter population and is the ideal place to relax before our journey to see the mountain gorillas. We’ll have a briefing this evening on what to expect tomorrow.
Route: Lake Mburo to Lake Bunyoni
Facilities – Camping: Campsite with shared ablutions
Facilities – Accommodated: Rooms with en-suite bathrooms
| OVERNIGHT: Lake Bunyonyi Overland Resort
| MEALS: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

DAY 23, 2020 – Gorilla Trekking and Lake Bunyonyi

Today, we head out in search of the endangered mountain gorillas. It’s estimated that there are only around 650 left in the wild today.
One of the best ways to protect these beautiful animals is by visiting them, as money spent on permits are used to fund their protection.
One of the most important factors in the future conservation of the mountain gorillas lies with in community development – if the attitudes of the local communities’ changes towards protecting the wildlife around them instead of poaching – the battle in protecting mountain gorillas can be won.
Permits granting permission to visit the gorillas are limited, so flexibility is required in both the tour itinerary and where we visit them.
The home of the mountain gorillas is completely at odds with man-made borders and so their range encompasses Uganda, Rwanda and the DRC (Democratic Republic of the Congo).
We prefer to make use of the national parks of Uganda, but depending on the availability of the permits, we may travel to Rwanda or the DRC, in which case you will be advised in advance.
During your free time in Bunyonyi there are several optional activites available, including hiking, mountain biking, visiting a Pygmy village or heading into Rwanda.
Route: Lake Bunyonyi National Park to the gorilla trek starting point (using safari or smaller vehicles)
Local Options: Rwanda day trip, Pygmy trip, Gorilla trek (requires advance booking and payment for your Gorilla permit)
Facilities – Camping: Campsite with shared ablutions Facilities – Accommodated: Rooms with en-suite bathrooms
| OVERNIGHT: Lake Bunyonyi Overland Resort
| MEALS: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
| EXTRAS: Options available while on tour

DAY 24, 2020 – Gorilla trekking and Lake Bunyonyi

We allocate two days to gorilla trekking; however, we only spend one day on the trek. The other days are dedicated to providing a large enough window to obtain permits and to allow the entire group to see these beautiful animals.
If you did your gorilla trek yesterday then other options are available today including a visit to Nyombi Village, a Pygmy village which is reached by motor boat from Bunyonyi Resort. Here you have the opportunity to learn about the culture of the Pygmies, giving you great insight into their daily lives.
Local Options: Rwanda day trip, Pygmy trip, Gorilla trek (if not completed yesterday)
Facilities – Camping: Campsite with shared ablutions
Facilities – Accommodated: Rooms with en-suite bathrooms
| OVERNIGHT: Lake Bunyonyi Overland Resort
| MEALS: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
| EXTRAS: Gorilla Permit, Options available while on tour

DAY 25, 2020 – Lake Bunyonyi to Kampala

We say goodbye to Lake Bunyonyi this morning as we cross the Equator for the third time and drive on to Kampala. Your guide will give you a breakdown of the activities available in Jinja, so that you can plan your day ahead.
Route: Lake Bunyonyi to Kampala
Facilities: Both camping and accommodated options stay in rooms with en-suite bathrooms
| OVERNIGHT: Hillside Plaza Hotel
| MEALS: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

DAY 26, 2020 – Free time for activities in Jinja

Kampala is a short distance away from Jinja, which offers plenty of activities to take advantage of, most centred around the Nile River. They include kayaking, river rafting and cruises on Africa’s largest river.
For those looking to do something else other than water sports, horse-riding and quad biking are available as well.
Route: Kampala to Jinja Local Options: Quad biking, kayaking, rafting
Facilities – Camping: Campsite with shared ablutions
Facilities – Accommodated: Rooms with shared ablutions
| OVERNIGHT: Eden Rock Resort
| MEALS: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
| EXTRAS: Options available while on tour

DAY 27, 2020 – Back to Kenya

We leave Jinja today and cross from Uganda into Kenya at the Busia/Malaba border post before making our way to Eldoret – Kenya’s fifth largest city. The Great Rift Valley is the most prominent geographical feature of this region, with the city rising at 2100 metres above sea level.
Route: Jinja to Eldoret
Facilities – Camping: Campsite with shared ablutions
Facilities – Accommodated: Rooms with shared ablutions
| OVERNIGHT: Naiberi River Camp
| MEALS: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

DAY 28, 2020 – Finish in Nairobi

After our time searching for the Big Five and mountain gorillas, the tour comes to an end back in the big city of in Nairobi this afternoon. Groups often arrange a final dinner out tonight to swap stories and exchange contact details.
We strongly recommend that you book at least one more night post-tour rather than flying out late this evening in case of any delays. We can help you in organising extra accommodation if required.
Route: Eldoret to Nairobi
Note: The itinerary for this tour is flexible and may be changed without notice to give the group the best possible opportunities for viewing the Mountain Gorillas. The Permit price to visit the Gorillas can also change without notice.
| OVERNIGHT: N/A
| MEALS: Breakfast
| EXTRAS: Extra day in Nairobi – post-tour, Departure airport transfer in Nairobi

DURATION

14 Days

Price

A$2792

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