9 Days Uganda and Malaika smile

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Tour Details

This safari is ideally made for someone who wants to get to know Uganda within a short period of time. We offer
This Tour will only take place from a miminum number of two people.
Small group with a maximum of 14 people on the way. In the individual national parks we enjoy
Game drives and boat trips with wildlife viewing. We stay in lodges and tented camps
(tent camps) of the middle class.

Included in the price

  • Trip led by an experienced local English speaking tour guide
  • All overnight stays with full board
  • All activities as described above
  • Entrance fees to the national parks
  • All taxes and fees
  • Travel in a safari vehicle with a pop-up roof
  • Drinking water
  • German speaking Guide is available on inquiry

Excluded (services not in the price)

  • Flight
  • Visa
  • Meals which are not in the plan
  • Treatment Fees
  • Souvenirs
  • Drinks
  • Tipps
  • Extra booked activities which are not named in the travel plan
  • Insurance
What to expect:

On this combined tent, hotel and lodge safari to remote places in Uganda
Flexibility required, changes in the course of the tour must be expected. We experience heartfelt
Hospitality of the Ugandans, get to know the diverse flora and fauna of the national parks and
meet many species of animals. This is a special experience that we will never forget.

  • Friendly and competent tour guide by our Uganda specialist Ian
  • Adventure trip for avid Africa lovers to the unique Queen Elisabeth National Park and Lake Mburo National Park
  • Encounters with people from the region
  • Wildlife viewing by foot, boat and our 4x4 safari vehicles.
  • A journey into the remoteness of the African bush

Day 1 Arrival in Entebbe Uganda

You will be picked up from the airport and taken to the hotel/lodge where you will spend your first day
on arrival. Driving time approx. 15-30 minutes.
1x night in a 3* lodge/guest house on full board


Located at the southern end of the Ruwenzori Mountains, the 2,000 km2 Queen Elizabeth National Park is
Home to over 600 species of birds, several species of monkeys, elephants, buffalo, hippos, crocodiles,
lions, hyenas and many other mammals. On foot, by boat and on a game drive with ours
Safari vehicle in the wild – You will have plenty of time for observing this impressive
Natural space between Rwenzori Mountains, Lake Edward and Lake George. A dreamy am
Located in the Central African Rift Valley, Park View Safari Lodge will be your “base camp” to the
Discover this part of the National Park.
First afternoon game drive – you will roam the park in search of the native wildlife. To do this, you drive to the hunting grounds of the lions – the open savannah, where the “Uganda Kobs” (grass antelopes) prefer to stay. But you are also on the lookout for other antelope species, the rare giant forest hog and maybe a leopard will also show up.
2x overnight stays in a 3* lodge, travel time approx. 3 hours


Early in the morning drive from the lodge to the ranger post at the Kyambura Gorge. Here the Kyambura River falls into the Central African Rift Valley and has created this gorge up to 100 m deep and approx. 300 m wide in the middle of the grass savannah. In contrast to the dry grass savannah, tropical rainforest grows in the approx. 10 km long gorge – home to chimpanzees and several other monkey species. Leopards also feel at home here, as do hippos. Today you can expect a varied nature hike through the Kyambura
Gorge with the chance to observe our closest relatives – the chimpanzees – in their natural environment. A sighting of the chimpanzees cannot be guaranteed
in anyway
Due to the always humid climate in the gorge, the hike can be slippery and slippery at times
to be annoying. Walking time for chimpanzee tracking approx. 3-5 hours / ↑↓ 200-300 m ascent

In the afternoon boat game drive on the Kazinga Channel. We hope to be able to observe as much wildlife activity in and around the water as possible. Crocodiles, hippos, buffalo, elephants and flamingos cross our path. A great opportunity for wildlife viewing and photography from the waterside.
After the boat ride there is still enough time to explore the open savannas for wildlife viewing
roam. With the setting sun you look for an idyllic place in the midst of the animals
for a sundowner.


Drive through the southern park and arrive on a track through spectacular scenery
for lunch the Igongo Cultural Center. The small museum tells the story of the Ankole, an ancient royal clan in Uganda. Plantains, among other things, are served at the rich buffet.
A safari highlight awaits you in the afternoon. You reach the hilly acacia landscape of the lake
Mburo Nationalpark. The large, comfortable house tents of the beautifully situated Mihingo Lodge, one
Typical “Out of Africa” ​​style safari lodge await you. It is built on a hill and offers
a wide view over the hilly savannah and Lake Mburo shimmering in the evening light

Transfer to Mburo driving time approx. 5-6 hours
1x night in a 3* lodge, full board


During a guided game walk we experience the morning activities of the animals almost face to face. to
At sunrise we are already on our way in the park to see the animals during their morning activities
observe. Antelopes and giraffes lick the night dew from the leaves of the bushes that is air
Of course, the wind gently blows over the steppe grass – these are impressions of an early morning game drive.
Later, on the afternoon game drive, we explore the national park and hope to see as many of the
native wildlife such as giraffe, zebra, antelope and buffalo can be seen here. That would be perfect
Sighting of a rarely seen leopard at the end of our safari.
1x night in *3 Lodge, full board


You say goodbye to the bush with its many wild animals and start the long way back to Kampala. You make a stop at the equator.
Full Board: *3 Lodge/Guesthouse


Today you spend the whole day at MALAIKA Smile. You can spend time with your godchild. There is the possibility of a short hike through the municipality of Mutundwe and the surrounding area.
Full Board: *3 Lodge/Guesthouse


After breakfast, drive to Kampala, which is approximately 12 km from the hotel. You can make a stop at the Royal Palace. Afterwards, continue to the Uganda Museum in Kampala. It displays ethnological, natural history and traditional collections related to Uganda’s cultural heritage. Here you will get to know the history of almost all cultures in Uganda.
After visiting the museum, continue to the Namirembe Cathedral. Saint Paul ́s Cathedral Namirembe, commonly referred to as Namirembe Cathedral, is the oldest cathedral in Uganda. It was opened in 1919. It serves as the provincial cathedral of the Church in Uganda and the diocesan cathedral for the Diocese of Namirembe. Visit a restaurant in Kampala for lunch. The Nakasero Market, the Kibuli Mosque and the Makerere University are also worth seeing. The Kibuli Mosque is one of the largest and oldest mosques in Uganda with a
beautiful view over Kampala.

Full Board: *3 Lodge/Guesthouse


Early morning drive to Mabamba Papyrus Wetland, just west of Entebbe, home to rich water bird life, including of the rare shoebill stork. Explore the swampy area in a small fishing boat with a local bird watcher. In the afternoon there is time for last minute souvenir shopping or a walk through the Entebbe Botanical Gardens, which are beautifully situated on Lake Victoria. Day room in the guest house until your transfer, farewell to your Ugandan guide and cozy dinner. Transfer by shuttle to Entebbe International Airport in time.

Travel appointments

27.02.2023 – 11.03.2023
29.05.2023 – 10.06.2023
26.06.2023 – 08.07.2023
24.07.2023 – 05.08.2023
28.08.2023 – 09.09.2023
02.10.2023 – 14.10.2023
06.11.2023 – 18.11.2023
25.12.2023 – 06.01.2024

15.01.2024 – 27.01.2024
12.02.2024 – 24.02.2024
25.03.2024 – 06.04.2024
27.05.2024 – 08.06.2024
01.07.2024 – 13.07.2024
05.08.2024 – 17.08.2024
02.09.2024 – 14.09.2024
07.10.2024 – 19.10.2024
18.11.2024 – 30.11.2024
23.12.2024 – 04.01.2025

20.01.2025 – 01.02.2025
10.02.2025 – 22.02.2025


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