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  1. I have been reading several tour itineraries and I have realized many says that of late things have changed in lake Nakuru National park and that at times there are not as many flamingos. They go ahead to say that they are on high population when the lake is shallow alkaline and warm. Its basically the time algae grows and flamingos flock the lake to feed on it. My question now comes in. When is the right time to have these conditions? I will appreciate your help fellow travelers.
  2. ULTIMAE PRIMATE SAFARI - 10DAYS/9NIGHTS Safari Highlights: Chimpanzee tracking in Kibale National Park Nature walk in Bigodi Swamp Game drive in Queen Elizabeth and Lake Mburo National Parks Boat cruise in Queen Elizabeth National Park Crater Lakes Tree Climbing Lions of Ishasha Gorilla tracking in Bwindi Impenetrable forest Boat ride in Lake Mburo National Park Photo session at the Equator Day 1: Arrival and pickup Your will be picked from the airport by a representative of Kagera Safaris Meal Plan - Dinner (Depending on time of arrival) Day 2: Transfer to Kibale National Park After breakfast we leave for Kibale National Park having lunch en-route. Meal time – Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner Day 3: Chimpanzee Tracking We leave for an early morning Chimpanzee tracking in the primate capital of East Africa – Kibale National Park. Enjoy the hike in the tropical forest in search of man’s closest relatives the Chimpanzees in their natural home. After lunch, take a Swamp walk in Bigodi community – proceeds from this helps in community development. Look out for other primates like the red tailed monkey, mangabey, black & white colobus monkey, Baboons etc. Meal Plan – Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner Day 4: Queen Elizabeth National Park Transfer to Queen Elizabeth National Park after breakfast, have lunch en-route and a relaxed afternoon Meal Plan – Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner Day 5: Game drive and Boat Safari Game drive in the morning in search of Elephants, Lions, Leopards, Buffaloes, Uganda Kobs etc. and a launch cruise on Kazinga Channel – a stretch of water connecting Lake George and Lake Albert where you will watch animals that come for water . Meal Plan – Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner Day 6: Transfer to Ishasha After breakfast we transfer to Ishasha sector in search of the famous tree climbing lions. This is the main attraction but there other attractions. Meal Plan – Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner Day 7: Transfer to Bwindi Impenetrable National Park We leave for Bwindi Impenetrable National Park – the home of half the world’s remaining mountain gorillas. The drive to Bwindi takes you through communities, homesteads, agricultural lands with beautiful scenery. Meal Plan – Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner Day8: Gorilla tracking & transfer to Lake Bunyonyi Wake up early in preparation for an amazing day tracking the mountain gorillas. These gigantic creatures will keep you clued for hours and as you search and later enjoy their company. Meal Plan – Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner Day 9: Transfer to Lake Mburo National Park We arrive in time for the boat safari on Lake Mburo after which we do an evening game drive before retiring to the lodge for the night. Day 10: End of Safari – Transfer to Kampala/Entebbe High End Lodge USD 5217 pp (double/twin sharing) based on private group of 2 persons USD 4521 pp (double/twin sharing) based on private group of 4 persons USD 4132 pp (double/twin sharing) based on private group of 6 persons Mid-Range Lodge USD 3894 pp (double/twin sharing) based on private group of 2 persons USD 3198 pp (double/twin sharing) based on private group of 4 persons USD 2966 pp (double/twin sharing) based on private group of 6 persons Included in the Price Gorilla Tracking Permit Chimpanzee Tracking Permit per person Ground transport per 4WD minibus custom made for safari Bottled water in the safari vehicle Full board accommodation as mentioned in the itinerary Park entrance fees Game drive Boat trip Service of an English speaking driver guide Driver allowances and park fees for vehicle and driver All mentioned activities except for the optional ones Excluded: Extras at the accommodation i.e. drinks, telephone, laundry etc. Tips to porters and driver/ guide International flights Visas to Uganda Insurance Availability of accommodation, permits and activities is not guaranteed until confirmation. Terms and Conditions – http://www.kagerasafaris.com/index.php/terms-and-conditions

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