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Your African Safari Guide

21 Days High school, College University student’s study tour of  Africa.


NOTE: 21 Days Student Study tour Price.

1: Group of 26 students—Each student Pays: $5,565 US

2: Group of 56 students—Each student Pays: $5,295 US

3: Group of 52 students—Each student Pays:$5,295 US

Study Tour Duration: 21 Days.

Minimum number of students on tour: 26 students on tour (accompanied by their Two professors).

Maximum number of students on tour:26 students.(accompanied by their two professors)

Type of Accommodation: mid range (3 star Accommodation)

Type of safari tour: High school, Collage, University study tour

Location of tour: Africa

Country to visit: , Uganda,

 East Africa visa $50.

(A) Study Tour Price Includes.

  1. All accommodation as mentioned in the itinerary

  2. Meals as mentioned in itinerary

  3. Ground transportation

  4. Bottled drinking water

  5. All study tour places as mentioned in itinerary

  6. Transport fuel

  7. Study Tour guide

  8. Airport pick-up and drop-off

  9. Bwindi gorilla tracking Permit

  10. Flight from Savannah Hotel, Kihiihi to Entebbe Airport

  11. $100 entrance visa to Uganda

(B) Study Tour Price Excludes

  1. Flight from your country to Uganda.

  2. inbound flight to Uganda

  3. Vaccinations for COVID 19, Yellow Fever, and Typhoid Fever. It is important to also take Malaria pills

  4. Travel insurance

  5. Medical insurance

  6. Soft drinks, alcoholic drinks, freshly made juices

  7. Daily examinations

  8. Tips and gratitude

  9. Insect repellants

  10. Scholastic materials.

  11. Extra meals

  12. Hand sanitizer

  13. Face masks

  14. Binoculars

  15. Camera

  16. Body massage and spa

  17. Study lecturers and professors

  18. Negligence lose of Personal property.

 International Flights: when booking for flights to come on this safari.

  • Kindly book flight inbound flight to Entebbe International Airport, Uganda (flying into Uganda to begin your 21-day study tour safari).

  •  Outbound flight from Entebbe International Airport, Uganda (flying out of Uganda back home at the end of your 21-day study tour safari).

 Things to know before you do your safari.

1.           Drinks

On the 21-day safari, only bottled drinking water is included in the safari price. Alcoholic drinks (gin, beer, wine), coffee, tea, hot water, freshly made juices are not included. You can pay for any drinks you order by  local cash or credit card.

2. Listen to your guide

Paying attention to your guides is the most crucial thing to do on safari. The guides are experts in the environment and animal behavior and they will have the best judgement in any situation. Their job is to keep you safe so it’s imperative that you always follow their instructions.

3. Do not disturb the animals

The plains of Africa are not a zoo and the animals must not be disturbed as they roam about in their natural habitat. Never call out or wave to an animal as this will spook them. They will either run away and ruin the sighting experience for everyone, or they’ll charge at you, putting everyone’s life in serious danger.

4. Be quiet

It’s important not to make too much noise as animals scare easily. The animals are used to the sounds of the vehicles, but human noise will upset them. Mute your devices to avoid any loud beeping and if you need to talk, do so in a whisper. It’s easy to embrace an awed silence when you’re immersed in a thrilling search for wildlife. Sit back and let the beauty of the African bush take your breath away.

Don’t get too close to animals, as they are unpredictable and can move very quickly when threatened. It goes without saying that you should never try to touch or feed an animal.

5. Do not feed the animals

Don’t bring any food during a game drive. Animals have an incredible sense of smell and will be attracted by something as small as a wrapped candy.

Sodas and sweet drinks always lure stinging insects so stick to water. If you do need to eat while on safari (possibly for medical reasons), try to avoid anything with noisy packaging and inform your guide before heading off.

6. No smoking or littering

These are two big no-noes. Smoking is a fire hazard in the African bush and will pollute the natural environment and disturb the animals. Littering is also never okay. Leave no trace and dispose of all trash in designated bins. if you want to smoke, kindly ask your guide to find a good smoking area for you. But smoking in the vehicle, hotel rooms, gathered groups, and public places is not allowed.

7.          Luggage and packing

Your luggage is limited to one backpack OR one duffel bag and one daypack weighing no more than 25kg. As a general rule, “If you cannot lift your own luggage, you’ve got too much stuff!” Most people make the mistake of bringing too many clothes on safari.

Please keep in mind that this is a study tour safari and luggage should not include any Samsonite style suitcases. As the wheelie / trolley bags have a solid frame, they don’t squeeze into spaces the same way a backpack or a duffel bag does. African safari vehicle trunks and light inland aircraft cargo compartments are narrow. If the frame does not fit in the cargo compartment, then there aren’t many other places to put your bag and it will inconvenience everyone else on safari. Also, by day two, the mud and stones will get into the little wheels on your wheelie bag and the novelty will be over and you’ll be carrying your suitcase from A to B. A compact and flexible waterproof duffel bag is perfect for stashing into the cargo compartment.

Good example of a water proof duffel bag


Not a good idea to carry this type


Day pack:

On  your study tour safari you will generally need to take along a smaller daypack for excursions. For example, on gorilla trekking, chimpanzee tracking, hikes and game drives you will need a smaller bag, big enough to bring basic equipment like a camera, water, insect repellants, etc.

Day pack

(1) What do you mean by study tour?

The International Study Tour is an educative program, designed to provide students with first-hand experience of the economic, cultural, and geopolitical drivers in regions integral to the global economy.

 Canadian students during a hike to study land formation in western Uganda

(2) What is the  advantage of a study tour?

(a) A study tour helps students to better realize the interaction between their chosen fields of study with the rest of the world therefore helping them better appreciate their chosen field.

The Study Tour will help students to broaden their horizons to many possibilities that are not just contained in one geographical location or culture.

(b) For the students, study tours are generally eye-opening and action-packed, offering the chance to meet and mix with peers from other countries, discover new enthusiasms and, along the way, develop a stronger sense of self-confidence and independence.

(c) On a good educational tour, students experience a different culture through new eyes. … Such experiences can help students develop more compassion for people from different walks of life. It can also help them to reflect on how these issues affect the people near their home, inspiring them to work towards change.

  Students from Portugal posing for a photo during their land formation study tour in Kanungu District, Eastern Uganda.  Australian students at Kasenda Ndali crater zone Bundibugyo Uganda.

(3) How does field trip safari help lecturers and professors?

School study tour trips provide children with a different level of excitement and fun. It gives them something to look forward to; in essence, field trips erase the boredom that is associated with classroom lectures.

Fields/Topics of Study Tour


Geomorphology is the study of landforms and landform evolution. The topic traditionally has been studied both qualitatively, which is the description of landforms, and quantitatively, which is process-based and describes forces acting on Earth’s surface to produce landforms and landform change.

   A ring of clouds covering the top of one of the Mgahinga Mountain Uganda  Section of Mount Elgon National park Uganda



An ideology is a set of beliefs or philosophies attributed to a person or group of persons, especially as held for reasons that are not purely epistemic, in which “practical elements are as prominent as theoretical ones.

Independence monument of Uganda.

(3) Zoology

Zoology is the branch of biology that studies the animal kingdom, including the structure, embryology, evolution, classification, habits, and distribution of all animals, both living and extinct, and how they interact with their ecosystem.


(4) Volcanology

Volcanology is the study of volcanoes, lava, magma and related geological, geophysical and geochemical phenomena. The term volcanology is derived from the Latin word vulcan. Vulcan was the ancient Roman god of fire.

The erupting mount Nyiragongo on the border between Congo and Rwanda


Demography studies the statistics of human populations. Demography is usually used to study dynamic (constantly changing) populations. It covers the study of the size, structure and distribution of these populations and the changes in these populations due to births, deaths, migration and emigration. Demography can also be applied to entire groups defined by nationality, religion and ethnicity.

busy Street in Kampala Uganda.

Formal demography limits its object of study to the measurement of populations processes, while the broader field field of social demography population studies also analyze the relationships between economic, social, cultural and biological processes influencing a population.


Dendrology or Xylology is the science and study of woody plants, specifically. Their Taxonomic classifications. There is no sharp boundary between plant Taxonomy and Dendrology; woody plants not only belong to many different plant families, but these families may be made up of both woody and non-woody members.

Singapore students during Dendrology study lesson in Mabira Forest Eastern Uganda

(7)Limnology and Volcanology

Limnology is the study of inland aquatic ecosystems. The study of limnology includes aspects of the biological, chemical, physical, and geological characteristics and functions of inland waters. This includes the study of lakes, reservoirs, ponds, rivers, springs, streams, wetlands, and groundwater.

A fishing boat on Lake Mutanda in Kisoro western Uganda.   Crater lake on mount Bisoke Rwanda.

(8)Urban Geography

Urban geography is the study of cities and urban processes. Urban geographers and urbanists examine various aspects of urban life and the built environment. Scholars, activists, and the public have participated in, studied, and critiqued flows of economic and natural resources, human and non-human bodies, patterns of development and infrastructure, political and institutional activities, governance, decay and renewal, and notions of socio-spatial inclusions, exclusions, and everyday life.

  A busy street in Jinja city Uganda   Aerial view section of Jinja city Uganda.


Telmatology is a branch of physical geography concerned with the study of wetlands, such as marshes or swamps.


(9)Industrial Revolution

Outside view of Nile Brewery Factory Jinja Uganda


The Industrial Revolution was the transition to new manufacturing processes in Great Britain, continental Europe, and the United States, in the period from about 1760 to sometime between 1820 and 1840. This transition included going from hand production methods to machines, new chemical manufacturing and iron production processes, the increasing use of steam power and water power, the development of machine tools and the rise of the mechanized factory system. The Industrial Revolution also led to an unprecedented rise in the rate of population growth.

Beer Factory Employee sorting beer bottles at Nile Breweries Factory Jinja Uganda


Topography is the study of the forms and features of land surfaces. The topography of an area could refer to the surface forms and features themselves, or a description.

One of the three Sipi Falls located in Eastern Uganda

21 days Detailed Itinerary.

DAY 1: Arrival to Entebbe International Airport, Uganda

Xavier safari’s professional English-speaking driver/guide company representative will be at the arrivals exit of Entebbe International Airport. He will meet, greet and then later transfer you to the Papyrus Guest House for a short briefing about your itinerary and our beautiful Country. You will have Dinner and an over night stay.

Passengers arriving at Entebbe International Airport Uganda
Papyrus Guest House

ACCOMMODATION: Papyrus Guest House

MEALS: Dinner only.

DRINKS: drinking water provided

ACTIVITY: airport pickup

DAY 2: Entebbe Wild life  Education Center (Zoology)


This morning you will have breakfast, then later you will go for the 6 hour educative study tour.

Zoology offers special intimate look and interesting information about how wild animals and birds are taken care of. You will have a closeup and personal encounter with lion, cheetahs, Rhino buffalo, elephants plus many more wonders you have perhaps never imagined meeting. you will be able to interact with the Zoo Veterinarian Specialist and with advanced training in the treatment of exotic wildlife species  care for animals held in captivity. They are practitioners with extensive training in the care of non-domestic animal species.




British students with a keeper interacting with two young cheetahs
A German student interacting with an elephant

ACCOMMODATION: Papyrus Guest House

MEALS:  breakfast, lunch and dinner.

DRINKS: only drinking water Provided.

Activity: Zoology behind the scenes 6 hours.

 DAY 3: Transfer to Mabira Forest (Dendrology)


This morning you will have hot breakfast at 6:30am, after breakfast you will check out of the guest house and your driver/ guide will transfer you to Mabira rainforest area covering about 300 square kilometres Eastern  Uganda, located in Buikwe District, between Lugazi and Jinja. It has been protected as Mabira Forest Reserve since 1932. It is home for many endangered species like duikers, bush pigs, grey-cheeked-Mangebay, baboons, colobus- monkeys, short  tailed fruit bat and red tailed- monkey.

Ireland college students during a Dendrology study tour in Mabira forest eastern Uganda

Ireland college students during a Dendrology study tour in Mabira Uganda

ACCOMMODATION: Source of the Nile hotel hotel-Jinja

MEALS:  breakfast, lunch and Dinner.

DRINKS: only drinking water provided.

ACTIVITY: Dendrology (3-5 hours)

DAY 4: Source of the Nile and Beer Factory Tour

 morning: Source of the Nile boat

This morning at 6:30 am you will have hot breakfast for calories and energy that will help you  tour the source of River Nile which  is the longest river in the world. It’s source starts right from Jinja, Uganda and tour Jinja Town on foot. ON 3rd August 1858, Source of the Nile was discovered by John Hanning Speke,  who was an army officer’s son from the West Country, was commissioned into the army of the East India Company in 1844 at the age of seventeen.


This Afternoon you will have a tour of Nile breweries, Uganda’s biggest beer factory, to study about brewing and fermentation of starches, mainly derived from cereal grains—most commonly from malted barley, though wheat, maize (corn), rice, and oats are also used. During the brewing process, fermentation of the starch sugars in the wort produces ethanol and carbonation in the resulting beer.

Outside view of the Nile Brewery Factory, Jinja Uganda

ACCOMMODATION: Source of the Nile Hotel.

MEALS:  breakfast, lunch and Dinner.

DRINKS: only drinking water provided.

ACTIVITY: Dendrology (3-5 hours)

Inside view of the Nile Brewery Factory, Jinja Uganda

DAY 5: Transfer to Mbale Town

TOPIC: Photographic  road trip

This Morning at 8:30am, you will have breakfast and checkout of the hotel. Your driver/guide will transfer you to Crown Suites Hotel located in Mbale Town eastern Uganda. On arrival you will have lunch and later have a free afternoon to either use the hotel pool or have a guided walking tour of Mbale Town.

Crown Suite Hotel Mable


ACCOMMODATION: Crown Suites Hotel

MEALS:  breakfast, lunch and Dinner.

DRINKS: only drinking water provided

ACTIVITY: Transfer to Mbale Town (3-4 hours)


DAY6:TRANSFER TO Sipi Falls study hike

Today’s topic: Topography study tour and Farming


This morning at 7:00am you will have breakfast with a cup of hot original coffee  grown on the slopes of Mount Elgon, After breakfast, your/driver guide will transfer you to Sipi Falls which offers an unrivaled opportunity in Uganda for hiking and trekking some of the country’s most stunning topography, taking in commanding views, and authentic encounters with the area’s local residents.

Tourists hiking sipi falls.

The main attraction of the area is, of course, the stunning collection of three waterfalls known as Sipi Falls. But simply viewing this natural wonder from afar is not enough. To truly experience Sipi Falls, you’ll want to get up close and personal, That means hiking the breathtaking route that weaves its way through the three falls, taking in stunning vistas and everyday life of local farmers and herders.

Arabica coffee grown on slopes of Mount Elgon


This afternoon you will hike to observe the story of coffee, staring with growing from seed to brewing in the cup. Sipi Falls has the finest Arabica Coffee in the world. You will interact with the local farmers and plus their plantations to learn about the lifecycle of the crop and their role in the process. Visit and tour the local processing plant to see the selected green beans before shipment. Finally learn the traditional art of roasting your own coffee and enjoy your own cup!


ACCOMMODATION: Crown Suites Hotel

MEALS:  breakfast, lunch and Dinner.

DRINKS: only drinking water provided.

ACTIVITY: Transfer to sipi falls (1 hour)

DAY 7: Transfer to Ziwa rhino Sanctuary

Mother rhino and her calf at Ziwa Rhino sanctuary Uganda

Early this morning at 6:30 am, you will have breakfast, after breakfast and then check out of Crown Suite Hotel, your driver/guide will transfer you to Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary heading through Jinja Town then turn north through Kayunga District, arriving at the sanctuary early afternoon. As soon as you arrive you will be registered and then head out with the ranger for white rhino tracking on foot.

Rhinoceros wondering through the sanctuary looking for greener pastures.

Apart from being home to rhinos the Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary offers great opportunities of viewing other wildlife. some of the animals at the sanctuary are antelopes, hippopotamus, crocodiles, bush bucks and many primate species. After rhino tracking your driver/guide will drive you to  Murchison  Falls National Park where you will have dinner and overnight.


MEALS:  breakfast, lunch and dinner

DRINKS: only drinking water provided

ACTIVITY: Transfer to Ziwa rhino sanctuary and Rhino trekking (5-6 hours)

Pakuba Lodge gemming at night

DAY 8:Murchison falls Activities

Today’s Lesson topic: Zoology and TOPOGRAPHY 

This morning you will be up by 5:30 am freshen up and have breakfast at 6 am. After breakfast, your driver/ guide will take you for a morning zoology game drive look for Elephants, buffaloes, Uganda kob, oribi,(the smallest antelope), leopard, lions, giraffes, Jackson hartebeest, warthogs, waterbuck and different species of birds. Topography attributes  during today’s study tour, you will be able to see and study  land formation and features of the of the national park located in the western great rift valley.


Switzerland Collage students taking animal photos during a study tour game drive Murchison falls national Park Uganda August 2016


After lunch, you will go for a boat ride on the Victoria Nile to view Crocodiles, Hippopotamus and water birds. Murchison Falls National Park is famously known for having the most powerful waterfall in the world.

Murchison Falls is best known for the most powerful waterfall flows around 300 cubic meters per second (11,000 ft³/s) of water over the falls, squeezed into a gorge less than 10 m (33 ft) wide.

where the longest river in the world squeezes through a 7-meter gap and then drops down 45 meters. after viewing the bottom of the falls, After viewing the falls you will get off the boat and hike to the top of the falls, the hike gives you a chance to see the falls at different angles.

Switzerland collage students during a study tour boat cruise sailing towards the Falls.

ACCOMMODATION: Pakuba safari lodge( safari tents)

MEALS:  breakfast, lunch and dinner

DRINKS: only drinking water provided

ACTIVITY: zoology and Topography

DAY 9: Boat cruise to the delta

TOPIC Limnology and Telmatology

This morning after your breakfast your driver/guide will drive you to Victoria Nile to catch the delta boat for a  20 km voyage down stream the Nile from Para peer. Delta is the divided out flow of water from Lake Albert  to the  narrow swamp Albert Nile and is a home to rare wetland birds including shoebill and papyrus endemic species. There is abundant Wild life to see, such as schools of hippos. A delta is a landform created by deposition of sediment that is carried by the river leaves lake Albert and enters Albert Nile.

Tourist taking photos during a delta boat cruise

Delta boat heading to the delta
Aerial view of the delta

DAY 10: Transfer to Fort Portal Town

Demography and Farming photography

Early this morning at 7:30 am you will have  hot breakfast, After breakfast. You will check out of Murchison falls National Park and  your driver/guide will drive  to Fort Portal Town arriving in at lunch time after lunch you will have a free afternoon.

Fort Motel


MEALS:  breakfast, lunch and dinner.

DRINKS: only drinking water provided

ACTIVITY: transfer to fort portal town

DAY 11: Amabere ga  nyina mwiru tour& crater hike

 This morning at 7:30 am you will have breakfast, then later your driver/guide will drive you to Amabere Ga Nyina Mwiru a unique tourist attraction that is located 10 km away from Fort Portal town in Kabarole near Nyakasura School. This is a strong cultural heritage site amongst the Batoro people who are a tribe in this area. This is a cave of stalactites and stalagmites which are natural features.

This is a story about King Bukuku who used to rule over the Batembuzi Dynasty. King Bukuku had a beautiful daughter called Nyina Mwiru who refused to marry the man her father had picked to be her spouse. Because of her refusal her father cut off her breasts and threw them into one of the caves. The rock features in the area look like human breasts and are named after Nyina Mwiru.

Later you will have a hike to see the volcanic craters.


DAY 12: Tea Plantation and Factory Tour

LESSON TOPIC: Large scale Tea Faming and Tea Factory Tour

This morning at 6:00 am you will have breakfast and your driver /guide will take you to the tea factory. On arrival you will be briefed about the factory and tours there after you will then  walk around the tea plantation takes between between 2 -4 hrs. you will mainly be walking through the tea fields and interacting with the local famers while they harvest tea and tend to the tea nursery beds.

a group of tea famers picking tea leaves


It’s a very special experience where the locals try to teach and explain the whole process of growing and harvesting tea. You also learn about different types of tea and their gestation period. after visiting the Tea plantations you will have a chance to have a tour to visit the tea processing factory



MEALS:  breakfast, lunch and dinner.

DRINKS: only drinking water provided

ACTIVITY: Tea faming & factory tour

DAY 13: Semuliki Hot Springs

TOPIC: Geology 

This morning you will wake up to hot tea or coffee with snacks, then later your driver guide will drive you to Semuliki national park a home to thermal hot springs with water at temperatures substantially higher than the air temperature of the surrounding region.

High Temperature hot spring at Semuliki national park

Most hot springs discharge groundwater that is heated by shallow intrusions of magma (molten rock) in volcanic areas. The water is very hot not due to climate, but rather due to geothermal activity underground, such as volcanic activity or active hydrothermal heating from hot material in the ground. Hot springs result from hot water finding its way to the land surface.

Sempaya hotspring at Semuliki national park Uganda


MEALS:  breakfast, lunch and dinner.

DRINKS: only drinking water provided

ACTIVITY: Tea faming & factory tour

DAY 14: Top of the World Crater Study Hike

This morning you will have breakfast, then later your driver/guide will drive you to the hike starting point. On arrival to the hiking trial, you will be happily be asked, how are you, and waved at, goodbye by friendly, happy children promoting hospitality and friendship! By pass your companions that had a hiking experience earlier.

Kibale Ndali-Kasenda crater area has a unique view of different crater lakes that will leave you with an impressive encounter of a trail and they include Lake Nkuruba south of Fort Portal where guided hiking occurs west of Nyinambuga Lake enabling tourists to explore the crater area appreciating the fantastic scenery,

Lake Nyinambuga south of Lake Nkuruba with amazing forests that surround water leaving a spectacular forest view of the area, Lake Lyantonde is  west of Nyinambuga is a correct choice for tourists who visit Ndali-Kasenda viewpoint and chimpanzee tracking in Kibale National Park, and Lake Kifuruka west of Nyinambuga offers tourists have an experience of Ndali-Kasenda crater area with numerous and amazing crater Lakes. At the end of a clear day, you will have a fantastic and unforgettable experience after seeing Kibale forest National Park, Mountain Rwenzori, Lake George, Crater area, and tea plantations and many more



MEALS:  breakfast, lunch and dinner.

DRINKS: only drinking water provided

ACTIVITY: Top of the world crater zone hike

DAY 15: Transfer to Queen Elizabeth National park

TOPIC: Topography and Volcanology

This morning wakeup time is at 5:30 am and have breakfast at 6:30 am. There after your driver/guide will drive you through the great  rift valley escarpment sloping down to Queen Elizabeth National Park, a home to Elephants, Uganda Kobs Crocodiles, Waterbucks, Warthogs Lions, Leopards Hippopotamus, lots of bird species, lots of explosion crater lakes brought about by volcanic eruptions. On your arrival to the entrance of Queen Elizabeth National Park, you will drive through all the explosion creator lake area of Queen Elizabeth national park and later check in to your lodge and have the rest of the evening relaxing or enjoying at the swimming pool.


ACCOMMODATION: Mweya safari lodge

MEALS:  breakfast, lunch and Dinner.

DRINKS: only drinking water provided

ACTIVITY:  crater zone drive through

DAY 16: Salt Mining Study Tour and Lion Research Experience

 TOPIC:  Zoology and Mining

Early this morning at 6:00 am, You will have a  hot breakfast, there after which your driver/guide will drive you to the Kasenyi area to take part in this unique conservation experience. You will get close to wild African big cats; you will join researcher team on a lion tracking project in Queen Elizabeth National Park! This is not just an activity created for tourists. it means taking part in scientific research with data being recorded to give the researchers a better understanding of the habits of lions found in Queen Elizabeth Park. Here you will lean about the behaviors, diet and characteristics of the lions and by noon, you will go to the  Lodge for lunch, after lunch you will go and tour Katwe salt mine.


students from Greece during salt mining study tour at lake Katwe

Women from katwe town harvesting salt crystals from lake Katwe

Evaporation in the dry season turns the saline water of Lake Katwe to concentrate, making a hyper solution that forms salt. The women then collect the crusted salt formed on the surface. Men, on the other hand, shovel the salt blocks from the bottom of the lake, at the shallow end. After this tour your driver/guide will drive you back to your lodge for dinner and your overnight stay.

Mweya safari lodge over looking kazinga channel

ACCOMMODATION: Mweya Safari Lodge

MEALS: breakfast, lunch and dinner

DRINKS: only drinking water provided

ACTIVITY: game drive and Katwe Salt Mine study tour

DAY 17: Transfer to Ishasha

Early this morning you will have breakfast at 6:30 am. After breakfast you will check out of Mweya Safari Lodge and head 84 km to Ishasha Sector, famous for the unique tree climbing lions. Apart from tree climbing lions you will also observe a variety of antelopes such as the topi and Uganda kob, as well as herds of buffaloes, and not to forget there are a few schools of hippos lazing at Ishasha River!

The Ishasha Sector of Queen Elizabeth National Park is dominated by candelabra trees with big branches that allow lions a place of refuge. There are also savannah woodland trees such as acacia trees.

lioness relaxing on a branch of a fig tree at Ishasha


A school of hippos at ishasha river

ACCOMMODATION: Savannah Resort Hotel

MEALS: breakfast, lunch and dinner

DRINKS: only drinking water provided

ACTIVITY: game drive

savannah resort hotel kihihi

DAY 18:Transfer to Buhoma-Gorilla tracking.

This morning you will wake up at 5:00 am and have breakfast at 6:00 am. After breakfasting your driver/guide will drive to Buhoma to trek the mountain gorillas of Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. Upon arrival to Buhoma you will be registered, briefed and later forest rangers will take you deep into the forest to trek the mountain gorillas. From the moment you locate the gorillas you will have a one hour to view them.

A family of gorillas in bwindi impenetrable forest national park park

After gorilla trekking you will be awarded trekking certificates, followed by lunch at one of the lodges close by. After lunch you will go for a three-hour Village Walk which will unveil to you to the culture of the local people living close to Bwindi Impenetrable Forest. During the Village Walk you will see locally made arts and crafts, view their traditional dances, their traditional cooking, their brewing techniques, as well as their herbal medicines. This is a good way to directly support these local communities. Lastly you will tour Ride 4 a Woman, a charitable organization, set up in 2009 by Evelyn Habasa and her husband Denis Rubalema. The organization was set up to support local women struggling with issues of poverty, HIV, and domestic violence.


 Women from ride 4 a woman project entertaining collage students from Denmark
Women from ride 4 a woman project weaving baskets and Tailoring fabrics

More than 300 women from 11 villages now use or work at the Ride 4 a Woman Community Centre, where they can learn to pedal sew, weave baskets, dance, sing and drum; learn new skills make a living and make it possible for their children to gain an education.

ACCOMMODATION: Savannah Resort Hotel

MEALS: breakfast, lunch and dinner

DRINKS: only drinking water provided

ACTIVITY: gorilla trekking and community tour

DAY 19:Flight to Entebbe

This morning you will have breakfast at 7:30 am, then after breakfast you will check out of Savannah Resort Hotel. Your driver/guide will transfer you to Savannah Airfield to catch your one-hour flight to Entebbe. Upon your arrival at Entebbe Airport your tour driver will pick you up and take you to the 2 Friends Beach Hotel for a relaxing afternoon swim.

Guest board Aerollink plane from savannah airfield to entebbe


ACCOMMODATION: 2 Friends Beach Hotel Entebbe

MEALS: breakfast, lunch and dinner

DRINKS: only drinking water provided

ACTIVITY: flight to Entebbe and a relaxing afternoon


2 Friends Beach Hotel Entebbe

DAY 20:RelaxingBeach Vacation day

This morning you will have your breakfast at 9:00 am. After breakfast you can discuss, as a group, your study tour. Or, if you rather, you can read a book, or take a walk along the beach. Later you will have lunch at 2 Friends Beach Hotel, where you can opt for a grilled tilapia fish with chips.

Grilled Tilapia fish with potatoes and vegetables

ACCOMMODATION: 2 Friends Beach Hotel Entebbe

MEALS: breakfast, lunch and dinner

DRINKS: only drinking water provided

ACTIVITY: Relaxing Beach vacation Holiday.

DAY 21:Flight back home (End of 21 days study tour Uganda)

Today you can choose breakfast, lunch, or a dinner, depending on the time of your flight back home.

              Flight taking off at Entebbe International  Airport


MEALS:  ONLY breakfast provided,( you pay for lunch and dinner depending on your outbound Flight time)

DRINKS: only drinking water provided

ACTIVITY:  flight from Entebbe back yo your home

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