Uganda Mountain Gorillas & Kenya Massai Mara

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14 Days
Kampala / Accomodation
Lake Nakuru National Park
Min Age : 16
Max People : 7
Tour Details

Two safari pearls in one trip, because we observe both primates and big game! In Uganda we are directly facing the gentle giants during gorilla tracking – a goosebumps experience! In Queen Elizabeth National Park we try to track down chimpanzees, and we also watch hippos, crocodiles and elephants during a boat tour from the river. In Kenya we roam almost endless expanse of the Maasai Mara. Antelopes, lions, giraffes, buffalo and zebras are all over the place and gives you room for taking great and loud photos for future story telling ! We are out and of course in special safari vehicles in the national parks as we leave all the roofs wide open to allow you have a 360 ° panoramic view. On the way we spend the night in comfortable lodges and stylish tented camps.

Departure & Return Location

Kampala / Accomodation

Price Includes

  • Reservation and booking of the gorilla permit (indicate participation when booking because this is an optional service!)
  • Chimpanzee permit
  • All game drives in the national parks and Airport plus a qualified and certified English speaking Tour guide transfers(pick-up and Drop-off)
  • Boat trip in Queen Elizabeth National Park
  • All entrance and national park fees
  • High quality illustrated book “Pearl of Africa” on request
  • 5 nights in 3-4 * tented camps
  • 7 nights in a 4 * Lodge
  • 1 night in 3 * guest house Meals
  • 13x breakfast, 13x picnic (meals en route), 12x dinner.

Price Excludes

  • All international Flights (we can help you book one on request)
  • Extension programs on request. E.g. coastal hotels on varios Beaches or Bamburi Beach. Between approx. 80, - € and 120, - € p.p./p.n. depending on the season, plus domestic flight and hotel transfers.
  • All sorts of insurances and other vaccines
  • Eastafrican multiple entry visa estimated at $100 to $170
  • Other personal expenses such as tipps and souvenirs.


  • Drinking Water
  • Climbing Stick
What to Expect
  • Lodge safari in small groups with 4-7 participants
  • Wildlife viewing in Lake Mburo and Queen Elizabeth National Park
  • Chimpanzee tracking and optional gorilla tracking
  • Maasai Mara: Game drives in Kenya’s richest wildlife sanctuary
  • Rhino watching and Bird watching in Lake Nakuru National Park.

Day 1Pick up from ENTEBBE to the Accomodation

On your arrival at the Airport, Our guide/Driver awaits to take you to your Hotel Room. (Transfer to accommodation).
1x night in a 3 * guest house / hotel and the driving time is around 1hour to 45 mins depending on the time of arrival and traffic situation.


Depending on your time of arrival, you will have a heavy Breakfast the following Morning and get ready to start your Journey, On the way to Lake Mburo National Park, we have a picnic break at the equator and take a few souvenir photos from the equator crossing. In the afternoon we reach the park’s hilly acacia landscape a home to numerous zebras, impala, and Rothschild giraffes. We spend the Night in a tented camp which is located on a hill and we have a wider view over the savannah. we spend the night in 3-4 * tented camp (B / P / D) / travel time is estimated to be 3 hours.


After an early tea or coffee on the veranda, we roam the park on a guided game walk to watch the animals do their morning activities. After a late breakfast at the camp, we drive to Bwindi National Park. Around half of the world’s remaining mountain gorillas live in the dense rainforest. This seems to be one of your best adventure you have ever had in life. the feeling is ultimate.


Early in the morning, the rangers from the national park administration explain the correct behavior for gorilla tracking. With local guides, we hike through the dense forest. Trackers let the guides know where the gorillas are, which then leads us exactly to the point where the gorillas are! In most cases, we often families sitting peacefully on the grass or chilling on trees. You will have the opportunity of seeing and watching young Gorillas playfully testing their strength and the silverback on the having every family member in view. We can watch the goings-on for an hour and then vacate the place because we also consider not to disturb the natural daily routine of the gorillas for a longer time.,
1 night in 3-4 * Lodge (B / P / D) / travel time day 3 approx. 7 hours / walking time and ↑ ↓ Hm. depending on the location of the mountain gorillas


In the morning, the southern part of Queen Elizabeth National Park known as the Ishasha Sector which is our next destination. This area is best known for the tree lions chilling on strong branches of trees during lunchtime hours. After a picnic by the Ishasha River, we search the trees for the tree lions. Then it’s on to the northern part of the park, the so-called Mweya sector. Driving time is around 6 hours


The tropical forests along the Central African Rift Valley are home to the chimpanzees. Hopefully in the morning we will find them in the treetops – a strenuous affair, because it is hot and humid. In the afternoon we take a relaxed boat tour on the Kazinga channel as we watch elephants, buffalo, crocodiles and many birds in a close range. After the boat trip, there is still time to roam the open savannah to watch wildlife.
Accomodation: night in 4 * Lodge (B / P / D) / ↑ ↓ 200-500 m. / Walking time 3-6 hours


We leave the Central African Rift Valley and after a short stop in Kampala, the Capital of Uganda we reach the source of the White Nile. The lodge in which we stay is located in a good area and so it guarantees an exciting view.


Accompanied by a local guide, we stroll through the villages along the Nile and get an insight into the culture and everyday life of the residents. Prepare lunch together in one of locals house in the middle of the village or even an option of eating in a local food outlet. In the afternoon we walk through Jinja and the local market, where you can buy vegetables, clothes and handmade crafts.
During a boat trip on Lake Victoria to the sources of the Nile, we observe kingfishers and cormorants in the shore area.
2 nights in 3-4 * Lodge (B / P / D) / travel time day 7 estimated to be around 7 hours


After the experiences and memorable Sceneries we have had in Uganda, today we continue to Kenya. At the border crossing we say goodbye to the Ugandan tour guide and say hello to the Kenyan tour guide. Around noon we reach the lodge, which is located in a small impala sanctuary on the shores of Lake Victoria near Kisumu.
1 night in 3-4 * lodge (B / P / D) / travel time is estimated to be 6 hours depending on the Road Traffic.


Together with the Serengeti in Tanzania, the Mara forms a huge ecosystem that is home to millions of animals. During the next few days we quietly observe lions, hyenas, elephants, antelopes, giraffes, buffalo, zebras, wildebeest and many other different animal spieces.
Game drives usually take place early in the morning and late afternoon. But we can also set off with a packed lunch as we expand the observation radius. If you want, you can visit a Maasai village (optional at a fee of approx. USD 30 – 40).
Accomodation in 3-4 * tented camp (B / P / D) / travel time day 10 approx. 7 hours


On this Day, we continue with doing Game Drives as we quietly observe lions, hyenas, elephants, antelopes, giraffes, buffalo, zebras, wildebeest and many other animals.
Our Game drive will take place very early in the morning and late afternoon to allow us capture loud photos from animals leaving shelter and at the same time watch them later on there way back to the shelter.
Accomodation in 3-4 * tented camp (B / P / D)


Again we dedicate thie Day for further animal observations and captions lions, hyenas, elephants, antelopes, giraffes, buffalo, zebras, wildebeest and many more animals.

Accomodation in 3-4 * tented camp (B / P / D)


The small park has several peculiarities: numerous flamingos color the shores of Lake Nakuru pink and the park is home to rhinos, which are very endangered in Africa. We reach the accommodation around noon, in the afternoon we have time for an extensive game drive.
1x night in 3-4 * tented camp (B / P / D) / travel time approx. 6 hours

Day 14NAIROBI AND TRANSFER TO THE AIRPORT (back to the starting point)

Very early in the morning we drive one last time to the park and experience the view from Baboon Cliff. Then it’s time to say goodbye. We stop at Lake Naivasha for lunch, then we reach Nairobi, the capital of Kenya. The last morning Game Drive will be done depending on the nature of your Departure time and Flight schedule. Depending on the return flight, we will be brought to the airport in good time. (B / P / -) / Travel time approx. 3 hours.
Return flight in the evening, arrival in Europe on day 15. If you want to extend your stay, please let us know earlier so that we can help you book further activities in time. Your Jeruz Team


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