7 Days Uganda Primates Flying Safari

Uganda Flying Primate Safaris

Enjoy traveling in luxury to the Mountain gorilla haven and the Chimps capital of the World in Air!

Does a Uganda Flying Primate Safari from Escape To Africa Include Gorilla Sightseeing?

Uganda Flying Primate Safari is a complete package for those looking for an exciting adventure in Africa. Our Uganda Flying Primate Safari includes gorilla spotting, a private guide, a personalized itinerary, and much more. You will experience the beauty of Africa when you go on an Escape To Africa.

Uganda offers a great Uganda Flying Primate Safari that allows visitors to see a wide variety of gorillas, the surrounding lush vegetation and panoramic viewpoints. However, if visitors are interested in seeing rarer animals such as gorillas and chimpanzees, they should book their own safari in advance. Looking for the perfect adventure? Escape To Africa has everything you need for a family safari adventure in Uganda.

Will I Be Able To Take a Uganda Flying Primate Safari With a Uganda Safari Company?

You will be able to go on a Uganda Flying Primate Safari with a Uganda Safari Company. If you have been thinking about taking part in a Uganda Flying Primate Safari, now is the time to give us a call and join our exciting new team of primate safari experts. We have a safari company in Uganda that will take you on a flying primate safari in Uganda!

Uganda Flying Primate Safari is an exciting and unforgettable experience that you will never forget. It is a privilege to see the spectacular wildlife in their natural habitat and to see them interact with each other. You’ll see primates of many different species, including baboons, chimpanzees, bushbucks, colobus monkeys, and much more. You will also see giraffes on your safari, as well as their young.

Can I Schedule Uganda Flying Primate Safaris With Escape To Africa Any Time Of The Year? 

You can schedule with us. You have just found an African wildlife safari of a lifetime. From the moment you arrive in Uganda to the moment you return home, we’ll take care of everything for you, so you can enjoy all the best that Africa has to offer. Whether you’re looking for a Uganda Flying Primate Safaris or a gorilla trek in Rwanda, one of our Africa experts can help you put together a tailor-made itinerary.

Escape To Africa is a company that specializes in tours based in Uganda. All your trips are led by qualified and experienced guides who love what they do. They have designed an amazing trip for your friends, family or anyone in your life who wants to experience the best of Uganda Flying Primate Safaris!

Is Escape To Africa a Uganda Safari Company That Offers Uganda Flying Primate Safaris

Escape To Africa is your new way to explore Uganda. We offer the best Uganda Safari Company, Uganda Flying Primate Safaris and the Uganda vacation of a lifetime! Escape To Africa is not just a safari company in Uganda. It is a company that offers Uganda Flying Primate Safaris, catering to both budget and high end clients.

For budget travelers and anyone looking for the best value, we offer a variety of affordable packages. Escape To Africa Uganda’s leading flying primate safari operator, offering the largest variety of Uganda wildlife tours in East Africa. With years of experience and a wide range of unique flying primate safaris to choose from, we can’t wait to show you your next adventure.

Are Car Rides Included on Uganda Flying Primate Safaris?

Yes, a Uganda Flying Primate Safaris is an exciting opportunity to see these nocturnal primates in their natural habitat. A Uganda Flying Primate Safaris begins with a ride in a 4×4 vehicle into the forest, where you will encounter the animals. From there, it’s an exciting game of hide-and-seek as you search for these primates in their natural habitats.

Uganda Flying Primate Safaris offers you and your family an exciting and unique experience. You’ll glide through the African sky, flying over Ugandan rainforest, savannah, and mountainous landscapes. Flying primate safaris in Uganda. These spectacular drives offer the chance to see some of Africa’s most amazing wildlife including zebras, giraffes, antelopes and more.

Do Uganda Flying Primate Safaris Include a Trip To Nombe Pocket Forest?

Uganda Flying Primate Safaris includes a visit to the Nombe Pocket Forest. This is a one hour drive through the forest. The guides offer a variety of activities such as bird watching, learning about birds, playing with wild monkeys, and more. From the moment you set foot in Uganda, your adventure begins.

An incredible experience awaits you on an amazing Uganda Flying Primate Safaris trip where you will get to visit a remote pocket forest, learn about their habits, see them up close and personal. If you have been looking to explore Uganda’s most beautiful and little known rainforest, then this is the trip for you.

Safari outline:

  • Day 1: Arrival at Entebbe
  • Day 2: Aero Link Flight from Entebbe Airport to Kasese Airstrip; Bigodi Wetland
  • Day 3: Full Day Chimpanzee trekking (Kanyanchu)
  • Day 4: Aero Link flight from Kasese Airstrip to Kisoro Airstrip; Bwindi  forest
  • Day 5: Gorilla Tracking
  • Day 6: Nombe & Buniga Forests (encounter with the Batwa)
  • Day 7: Aero Link flight from Kisoro Airstrip to Entebbe International Airport

Especially for:

  • Perfect for a family
  • Experienced and unexperienced travellers
  • Adventurers

Detailed Itinerary

Day 1: Arrival at Entebbe
Depending on the time of your flight, Escape To Africa representative will pick you up at the Airport with a placard and transfer you to the Hotel.

  • Travel time: 10 Minutes
  • Accommodation: Protea Marriot Hotel
  • Meal Plan: Breakfast Only

Day 2: Aero Link Flight from Entebbe International Airport to Kasese Airstrip.
After an early breakfast, drive with the guide to Entebbe International Airport for your Aero Link Flight to Kasese Airstrip. On arrival at Kasese Airstrip, meet the guide and transfer to the Lodge in Kibale Forest. This park is famous for its population of habituated chimpanzees and 12 other species of primates. Kibale forest is one of the loveliest forests in Uganda with so much to offer from different bird species, 13 species of primates, other species of mammals, numerous indigenous and exotic tree species. Enjoy the beautiful scenery of the Rwenzori ranges.A hot meal at the Lodge and after relaxation with your guide transfer to Bigodi wetland Sanctuary. This swamp is an extensive collection of biodiversity, including primate species; mangabey, vervet monkey, white & black colobus monkey, red colobus monkey, red tailed monkey baboon, blue monkey grey cheeked, and the L’Hoest monkey. This wetland is a great example of a community-based project in an effort to protect the forest and areas around it. And it’s also famously known as a birders paradise(It’s about 2 hours’ drive from Kasese Airstrip to the Lodge).

  • Accommodation: Primates Lodge Kibale / Crater Safari Lodge
  •  Meal Plan: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Aero Link flight schedule from Entebbe – Kasese (to be reconfirmed at the time of reservation):

  • January to 14th June & 16th September to December – Depart at 0745 and arrive at 1005
  • 15th June to 15th September – Depart at 0700 and arrive at 1005

Day 3: Full Day Chimpanzee trekking (Kanyanchu)
With the tracking permit transfer to the park headquarters at Kanyanchu for Morning Chimpanzee tracking. This activity starts at 8am and last the whole day accordingly.

  • Accommodation: Primates Lodge Kibale / Crater Safari Lodge
  •  Meal Plan: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 4: Aero Link flight from Kasese Airstrip to Kisoro Airstrip; Bwindi Impenetrable forest
After breakfast, transfer with the guide to Kasese Airstrip for your Aero Link flight to Kisoro Airstrip. On arrival at Kisoro Airstrip, transfer with the guide to the Lodge in Bwindi Impenetrable forest. This vast reserve offers arguably the most productive montane forest birding in Africa and supports 23 of Uganda’s 24 Albertine Rift endemic bird species. Once part of a much larger forest that included the Virunga Volcanoes in neighboring Rwanda, Bwindi Impenetrable National Park is now an ecological island within a sea of human cultivation and is of immense conservation importance. (It’s about 2 hours’ drive from Kisoro Airstrip to the Lodge).

Or opt for a Canoe on Lake Mutanda – 2 ½ Hours
This is a half day activity that takes about 2 ½ hours on the 7KM lake. Canoeing is done by local community experienced guides. Only 1 – 2 pax are allowed in the canoe with 1 guide. For those interested, canoe on your own for a few minutes.

  • Accommodation in Nkuringo: Clouds Mountain Gorilla Lodge
  • Accommodation in Rushaga: Gorilla Safari Lodge
  • Meal Plan: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Aero Link flight schedule from Kasese – Kisoro ( to be reconfirmed at the time of reservation):

  • January to 14th June & 16th September to December  – Depart at 0745 and arrive at 0855
  • 15th June to 15th September – Depart at 0700 and arrive at 0810

Day 5: Gorilla Tracking
With an early breakfast transfer from the lodge with packed lunches. After gorilla briefing, continue to the forest for gorilla tracking. The beauty of this rain forest is spectacular offering a dramatic, steeply forested landscape, incredibly dense, but crisscrossed by numerous walk trails allowing access to tourists. The time taken and the terrain vary as per the movements of the gorillas. The thrill of spending time observing these gentle and endangered giants is an awesome, exciting experience to be long savored, many find it to be a rare and moving. Tracking can take place at Nkuringo or at Rushaga (1hour drive from Nkuringo), as per the gorilla permits obtained. Upon return, relax at the lodge or opt for a stroll through the community center or drive up to the “Top of the World” – the name given to the football field, high up in Nkuringo which offers amazing views over the peaks and forest. A great way to stretch your legs after the gorilla tracking and to enjoy a sundowner.

  • Accommodation in Nkuringo: Clouds Mountain Gorilla Lodge
  • Accommodation in Rushaga: Gorilla Safari Lodge
  • Meal Plan: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 6: Nombe & Buniga Forests (encounter with the Batwa)
With a leisurely breakfast, transfer to Nombe Pocket Forest for a walk and a picnic. Depending on ones location, its 1 hour drive from Rushaga and 30 minutes’ drive from Nkuringo. This forest used to be part of Bwindi but was later given to the local community. It’s a beautiful forest for birding, as it hosts many different bird species. Later after relaxation at the Lodge, visit the Batwa trail that takes you through that part of Bwindi forest that used to be home to the Pygmies the Batwa; also known as “people of the forest”. This trail is run by the local community and it involves the Batwa acting out their pervious life in the forest inform of traditional dance and drama.

  • Accommodation in Nkuringo: Clouds Mountain Gorilla Lodge
  • Accommodation in Rushaga: Gorilla Safari Lodge
  • Meal Plan: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 7: Aero Link flight from Kisoro Airstrip to Entebbe International Airport

Very early in the morning, transfer with the guide to Kisoro Airstrip for your Aero Link flight. On arrival at Entebbe International Airport, connect to your next destination.

Aero Link flight schedule from Kisoro – Entebbe ( to be reconfirmed at the time of reservation):

  • January to 14th June & 16th September to December  – Depart at 0910 and arrive at 1125
  • 15th June to 15th September – Depart at 0825 and arrive at 1125


Included in the above quote:

  • Our Quotes offered in USD
  • Aerolink domestic flights (Entebbe – Kasese – Kisoro – Entebbe)
  • Full Board meals (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner) with Accommodation as listed in the itinerary.
  • Gorilla & Chimpanzee tracking Permit
  • Drinking water in the vehicle (1 litre per person per day)
  • Private 4×4 vehicle with experienced English-speaking driver-guide, from the morning of day 1 to the evening of day 7
  • All the excursions and activities indicated in the itinerary under the supervision of an experienced English-speaking guide
  • Wi-Fi (in main areas of all Lodges and Hotel)
  • Government taxes
  • 15KG of Luggage per person

Excluded from the above quote:

  • All drinks
  • Lunch & Dinner on (Day 1 & 7)
  • Uganda Entry Visa fee
  • International air flights
  • Any optional activity not indicated in above program
  • Laundry Services
  • Gratuities and Tips

Tsavo is an authentic, fascinating, endless and untouched wilderness that join the Tsavo West and East National Parks into one largest protected area in Kenya. This park offers an opportunity of viewing the Big 5 in a single day. Its famously known for its man-eating lions and humongous elephant populations to the outside world, which makes it one of the must visit parks in Kenya. Between the 2 parts, Tsavo East is much more accessible, though Tsavo West provides a unique added advantage point to get closer to hippos and crocodiles lazing around in the waters.

At nearly 22,000km2, this makes Tsavo the biggest National Park in Kenya. Both of these parks where once one single park but where later separated. Though among the two Tsavo west is considered the best park for photography, birding and game viewing.

Tsavo East is at 13,747 sq.KM and is generally flat, with dry plains across where are River flows.

And the Tsavo West covers an area of 9,065 sq.KM and is generally mountainous with swamps, a Lake and Springs. It is known for bird life and large game; elephants, leopards, hippos, black rhinos, Cape buffalos and Masai lions.

Activities in Tsavo National Park

There is so much that you can do in Tsavo National park from the primarily; game drives involving viewing of elephants, African lions, hippos, cheetahs, hartebeest and buffalo, birdwatching, hill hiking, to caving and boating.

Best Time to Visit Tsavo West

At Escape To Africa, we recommend visiting the park in the months of January and February as well as June through September. And we try as much as possible to avoid the March to May and sometimes November to December as the park roads tend to be muddy and inaccessible. For all birdwatchers, the must months of visit to see migratory birds are October to January.

Recommended Number of Days

We normally advise 2 days to enjoy Tsavo west National park and a day more for all photographers to capture as much as possible.

Accommodation in the Tsavo West

As big as the park is, it has numerous accommodation to choose from for all kinds of budgets. At Escape To Africa we offer the best from comfort to services.

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