Mart & Emma
Tours & Travel
Bwindi Impenetrable Forest NP
The park is located in the South Western Uganda on the edge of the western rift valley. Bwindi is home to over 350 endangered Mountain Gorillas. Six visitor Gorilla tracking permits per day are made available for each of the habituated Gorilla families and sold through the UWA headquarters in Kampala . Booking in advance is recommended to secure a permit for your visit.
Special Safari in Uganda
Visit a variety of parks and expect to se elephants, hippos, crocodiles, different primates and trek the mountain gorillas in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest.
Murchison falls NP
Situated in the North west of Uganda , it is our biggest National Park bisected by the mighty River Nile. Visit to the top of the falls, game drives to view giraffes, elephants, lions, and buffaloes, a magical launch cruise on the Nile are but a few of the activities you can do. For the ardent anglers, catching an 80kg Nile Perch is the norm rather than the exception.
Stay at the beautiful Paraa Safari Lodge with its large swim up bar pool overlooking the Nile .
Safari in Kenya & Tanzania
Masai Mara Game Reserve.
Scenic savannah grassland on rolling hills. Large population of herbivores, together with the predators that follow. Elephant, lion, buffalo can be seen with relative ease though luck is a necessary for spotting rhino and leopard that complete the big five as the two animals are very timid and sparsely numbered. Plains game like wildebeest, zebra and Masai giraffe abound as well as hippos and a wide variety of antelopes including impala, dik dik, hartebeest, Grant’s gazelle and Thompson’s gazelle among others.
Serengeti with Ngorongoro Crater.
The visit will actually give you the highest chances of spotting the rare black rhino. The crater is 670 metres deep. The rest of the Big 5 may be seen. Other species encountered include cheetah, grant’s and Thompson’s gazelle, the common zebra, spotted hyena and wildebeest. Flamingos may also be seen on the Crater Lake.
Gorillas, Chimps and Birds in Rwanda
The safari starts and finishes in Kigali.
We will visits Nyungwe, in South West of Rwanda, a huge afro-montane forest. With over 10000sq.km in size, Nyungwe is the undisputed giant in Central Africa. The natural forest is renowned for its large troops of colobus monkeys, chimpanzees, butterflies and a rich variety of orchids. Over 300 bird species have been recorded. Visit some cultural sites en route - the Museum in Butare and the palace at Nyanza.
Visit Mabamba swamp for the Shoebill Stork and other water birds.
Lake Mburo and Kaaku swamp for the Rufous-bellied Heron, Lesser Jacana, Lesser Moorhen and a variety of water birds.
Morning birding and mammal watching. Red-faced Barbet and Zebra, Eland, Topis, Impalas and some other game. Boat ride in search for the African Finfoot.
Travel to Ruhizha, Bwindi national park birding the “Neck” for Black bee-eaters, Bronze Napped Pigeon, Many coloured Bushshrike and many others.
Trek to Mubwindi swamp for the Green Broadbill, Grauer's Rush Warbler, Purple-breasted, Blue headed and Regal Sunbirds.
Bird Buhoma for Handsome Francolin, Rufous-chested Fluff tail, Olive Long-tailed Cuckoo, Red-chested Owlet, Neumann's Warbler and many other birds.
An early morning trek into the forest led by experienced trackers for Mountain Gorillas. You will be within a meter and spend some time amongst them
Queen Elizabeth National Park boat ride on Kazinga channel for a variety of water birds, Schools of Hippos, Crocodile.
And much moore!
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Emmanuel: +256 772 414866
Martin: +256 78 2032117
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