b'UgandaThe Pearl of Africa: Wildlife, Conservation & CommunityJourney through the diverse and stunning landscapes of Uganda to experience warm hospitality and vibrant cultures while observing the abundant wildlife on game drives, nature walks and hikes, on rivers and from the air. Discover Ugandas iconic features: the Nile River which rises from its source here, and scenic Lake Victoria Africas largest lake. Search for rhino on awalking safari in Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary, then head to Murchison Falls National Park, home to 144 mammals including lion, giraffe, elephant, leopard, Jacksons hartebeest; 556 species of birds and fifty-one reptiles. In Queen Elizabeth National Park, opportunities abound to observe ninety-five species of mammals including lion, leopard, side-stripped jackal and spotted hyena. The journey culminates in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park where we spend an unforgettable morning tracking gorillas and a memorable afternoon with the pygmy Batwa tribal community.Ugandas unique blend of natural wonders and cultural diversity invite you on a truly memorable and immersive journey of a lifetime.ITINERARY10 nights| Arrivals in Entebbe, 1 night; drive to Murchison Falls National Park, 2 nights; fly/drive to Kibale Forest National Park, 3 nights; drive to Queen Elizabeth National Park, 2 nights; drive to Bwindi ImpenetrableNational Park, 2 nights; fly to Entebbe; departures.Optional Extension: Pre-tour in Entebbe Rest & Recovery, 1 nightFly Qatar Airways and add a stopover in Doha, see page 9HIGHLIGHTSGorilla Tracking in Bwindi Impenetrable ForestObserve white rhinos on a walking safari in Ziwa Rhino SanctuaryDiscover Murchison Falls and the Nile River at ground level and fromthe air Two included lectures detail Chimpanzee and Gorilla conservationLearn how a local health center promotes conservation and coexistence by improving quality of life of both people and wildlifeExperiential game drive in Queen Elizabeth Park guided by predatorresearchersVisit Kibale Forest National Park, home to the highest concentration of primates in the world - thirteen species, including Red Colobus andPrices Starting From:LHoests Monkeys. Upon RequestGroup Size: 6-18 travelers Season: June-August; December-FebruaryAccommodations: 4-star hotels and lodges Conservation History WildlifeCulture Nature Birding6 Conservancy Travel|conservancytravel.org'