Kampala, Uganda

Primate and Wildlife Adventure

with Eliya T.

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With the eight day primate and wildlife adventure tour to Uganda, you'll have an opportunity to trek through the impenetrable forest looking for rare mountain gorillas. This tour is a very exciting and adventurous experience for those who want to see Africa at its finest. The highlight of the tour is your chance to see a gorilla family behaving like humans in their original habitat. Besides gorilla tracking, you will see wildlife at its best whilst game viewing in Queen Elizabeth National Park. You will also have the opportunity to take a boat cruise on the Kazinga Channel where you can see a variety of wildlife from the comfort of the boat. You'll also discover Kibale Forest National Park, the natural home of the chimpanzee, and have a chance to track these magnificent beasts in the wild.

Go Mountain Gorilla tracking in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest; the highlight of the holiday.

Track Chimpanzees "man's closest relative' in their original habitat.

Game viewing in the park to spot different game, such as the tree climbing lions, elephants, buffalo, etc.

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Eliya T.

Eliya was born in Tanzania and he grew up in the tourism, travel and leisure industry as his father was in the travel industry. Eliya founded his own agency after having worked for 9 years with various tour companies as a driver guide and progressing to operations manager. He gained the experience and vision for what is considered to be the most important principles in operating a successful safari adventure business from traveling through East Africa countries: from Tanzania, Kenya and Uganda to Rwanda, gathering experience and establishing contacts with safari companies and tour guides. Eliya has exceptional knowledge of East Africa. Exploring is his lifestyle, and he strives to deliver the right trip for the wildlife experience of a lifetime and to ensure that his first goal of commitment to sustainable tourism and the long-term conservation of habitats will continue to be meaningful. Through his agency he supports private concessions that have partnerships with local communities. Full profile Leave a Review