Day 1: kampala – Mweya Safari Lodge / Jacana Lodge
* After an early breakfast, leave your hotel and head for western Uganda. Then reach and make a stop at the equator line – enjoy being at this hemisphere an experience of s lifetime! Take photographs. Check handcrafts – you could buy souvenirs here.
Proceed to Mbarara town for lunch. Mbarara is a fast growing town and offers variety of both local and foreign dishes. Do not miss out on the famous Ankole long–horned cattle.
* Continue with the journey and enjoy the beauty of Bushenyi, through the tea plantations then as you decent you are awed by the western arm of the rift valley – dressed by woodland savannah. You could catch a glimpse of elephants as you proceed.
* Proceed to Mweya safari lodge en route you could catch a glimpse on bush bucks, wathogs, kobs and a variety of bird species.
* Have your dinner and overnight at Mweya Safari Lodge – right on the Mweya peninsula overlooking the famous Kazinga Channel.
Day 2: Queen Elizabeth National Park (QENP)
* Wake up early for a morning game drive and witness the sunrise, and the Rwenzori Mountains (also known as “Mountains of the Moon”) providing a superb scenic enjoyment. On the game drive, you will see lions, leopards, waterbucks, Uganda kobs, topis, bushbucks and several others plus a variety of bird species.and a magnificent vegetation.
* Return to hotel for a late breakfast.
* After breakfast, head for a boat cruise on Kazinga channel. Kazinga channel is naturally /especially endowed with plenty of bird species including the rare shoebill stock, providing a good gesture for bird watching. It is also home of dense population of hippos.Then return to hotel for lunch.
* After lunch, take an evening game drive. This second game drive enables you to view some wildlife you missed seeing in the morning.
Day 3: Mweya safari lodge – Maramagambo Forest – Kampala
* Depart early morning for Maramagambo Forest – one of Uganda’s tropical forests well endowed with variety of plant species. You could take nature walks and view chimpanzees as well as other primates.
* Take a visit at the bat caves. Maramagambo is home of the blue lake- most probably the only one in the whole world!
* Depart for Kampala that afternoon, stop in Mbarara for lunch.
* Proceed and gaze at the beautiful lowland plains on the way. You could stop over again at the Equator for a final feel of this pathway of the sun, then proceed and arrive at Kampala in the evening.