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SERENA CIRCUIT SAFARI

1: Nairobi
Arrive at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport Nairobi; you will be met as you disembark off the flight and assisted through immigration and custom procedures. After passing through customs, you will transferred for overnight on bed and breakfast at Nairobi Serena Hotel BB

2: Mount Kenya
Depart after breakfast and drive to Mount Kenya arriving in time for lunch at the Serena Mountain Lodge. Secreted deep within the country’s largest forest reserve, the lodge offers the clarity of mountain air, the tranquility of the forest, a colorful parade of wildlife, and the chance of scaling the icy peaks of Kenya’s highest mountain. View game from the hotel’s balconies as the animals visit the watering hole and salt lick.
Dinner and overnight Serena Mountain Lodge FB

3: Samburu Reserve
After breakfast, depart for Samburu Reserve, to arrive for lunch at Samburu Serena Lodge. Situated on the banks of the Uaso Nyiro River in the arid heart of Samburu National Reserve, your lodge overlooks riverbanks where herds of elephant, buffalo and zebra come daily to drink. The Reserve has its own indigenous wildlife unique to the region including the gerenuk, Somali ostrich and the endangered grevy’s zebra. Enjoy an afternoon game drive returning to the lodge at sunset. Overnight Samburu Serena Lodge FB

4: Samburu Reserve
The day is spent at the lodge, with morning and afternoon games drives. The reserve is part of the Samburu ecosystem, comprising of three wildlife rich reserves. It is home to the colorful Samburu people, who are close relatives of the Maasai, plus the Somali and Rendile tribes. Overnight Samburu Serena Lodge FB

5: Lake Nakuru
After breakfast depart and drive to Lake Nakuru National Park where you will arrive in time for lunch at Lion Hill lodge. Afternoon game drive in the park, visiting the lake shore, the scenic baboon cliff and Makalia falls time permitting. The park is famous for the millions of pink flamingoes that line the lake shores, and its rhino sanctuary. Dinner and overnight at Sarova Lion Hill Lodge FB

6: Maasai Mara Game Reserve
After breakfast depart and drive to Maasai Mara arriving for lunch. You have time to relax followed by an afternoon game drive. 
Dinner and overnight at Mara Serena Lodge FB

7: Maasai Mara Game Reserve
The day is spent exploring the Maasai Mara with morning and afternoon game drives. The Mara is most famous for the annual wildebeest migration that takes place every July to October. Dinner and overnight at Mara Serena lodge FB

8: Depart
After breakfast depart and drive back to Nairobi arriving in the afternoon.
Transfer you to Nairobi Airport for your onward departure flight.

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SAROVA CIRCUIT SAFARI

1: Nairobi
Arrive at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport Nairobi; you will be met as you disembark off the flight and assisted through immigration and custom procedures. After passing through customs, you will transferred for overnight on bed and breakfast at Panafric Hotel BB

2: Shaba Game Reserve
After breakfast, depart for Samburu Reserve, to arrive for lunch at Sarova Shaba Lodge. Set in the heart of Kenya’s “Born Free Country,” and home to the great conservationists Joy and George Adamson, the breathtaking Sarova Shaba Lodge located in the Shaba Game Reserve. Shaba is also home to the colorful Samburu tribe and the reserve also boasts of the unique game species only found in this area, or visit the crocodile infested Uaso Ny’iro River.
Dinner and overnight at Sarova Shaba Lodge FB

3: Shaba Reserve
The day is spent at the lodge, with morning and afternoon games drives. The reserve is part of the Samburu ecosystem, comprising of three wildlife rich reserves. It is home to the colorful Samburu people, who are close relatives of the Maasai, plus the Somali and Rendile tribes. Dinner and overnight at Sarova Shaba Lodge FB

4: Lake Nakuru
After breakfast depart and drive to Lake Nakuru National Park where you will arrive in time for lunch at Lion Hill lodge. Afternoon game drive in the park, visiting the lake shore, the scenic baboon cliff and Makalia falls time permitting. The park is famous for the millions of pink flamingoes that line the lake shores, and its rhino sanctuary. Dinner and overnight at Sarova Lion Hill Lodge FB

5: Maasai Mara Game Reserve
After breakfast depart and drive to Maasai Mara arriving for lunch.
 You have time to relax followed by an afternoon game drive. 
Dinner and overnight at Mara Sarova Game Camp FB

6: Maasai Mara Game Reserve
The day is spent exploring the Maasai Mara with morning and afternoon game drives. The Mara is most famous for the annual wildebeest migration that takes place every July to October. Dinner and overnight at Mara Sarova Game Camp FB

7: Depart
After breakfast depart and drive back to Nairobi arriving in the afternoon.
Transfer you to Nairobi Airport for your onward departure flight

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Mara Tour

1: Nairobi – Amboseli
Morning pick-up from Namanga border and drive to the Amboseli National Park. The Park is famous for its breath-taking views of Kilimanjaro. The Park also shelters more than 420 species of birds. Enormous Elephant population and other big game are attracted to the area by underground springs fed from the melting snows of Mount Kilimanjaro. Lunch at Amboseli Sopa Lodge/Amboseli Serena Lodge/Ol Tukai Lodge. Afternoon game drives Dinner and overnight at Amboseli Sopa Lodge/Amboseli Serena Lodge/Ol Tukai Lodge.

2: Amboseli – Tsavo West National Park
Today we enjoy a game drive to the secluded heart of big game country. In addition to elephant, antelope, zebra, wildebeest, buffalo and lions, nearly every vista within the park is framed by majestic Mount Kilimanjaro in the distance. Breakfast at the lodge; optional visit to a Maasai Village and depart for Tsavo West National Park. Upon arrival, check-in and lunch follows. An afternoon game drive in this vast Park is planned. Tsavo West National Park covers 20,808sq km (8,034sq miles), The Park comprises a diversity of habitats, open plains alternating with savannah bush and semi-desert scrub; acacia woodlands; rocky ridges and outcrops. With a permanent water source, the park is virtually guaranteed enormous herds and excellent game viewing including cheetah, lion, leopard and hyena and a herd of over 3,500 elephants. Dinner and overnight at Kilaguni Serena Lodge or Ngulia Lodge or Voyager Safari Camp

3: Tsavo – Lake Nakuru National Park
Depart Tsavo after breakfast .Our destination today is Lake Nakuru National Park. We stop for lunch at an upscale restaurant in Nairobi and reach the Park in time for an afternoon game drive, on which we can expect to see buffalo, rhino, giraffe, zebra, antelope and the lions that prey on them as well as vast flocks of flamingos clustered near the lake shore. Lake Nakuru is famous for having the highest concentration of flamingos in the world and is home to over three hundred bird species. It is a sanctuary for both the Black and White Rhinos. Also found in plenty are zebras, waterbucks, buffaloes and warthogs. Leopards are sometimes seen sleeping on the horizontal branches of the “Fever trees”. Supper is at our lodge overlooking the lake
Dinner and overnight at Lake Nakuru Lodge or Sarova Lion hill Lodge

4: Nakuru – Maasai Mara Game Reserve
After breakfast, depart for Maasai Mara Game Reserve. Travel through the Maasai country occasionally coming across Maasai herdsmen with their livestock living harmoniously with the wildlife. After lunch at your residence lodge another game run is planned in these vast rolling grasslands. Here we find the Old Africa of the movies, with rolling grasslands dotted by acacia trees and sweeping plains teeming with Wildlife. No matter how much you have thought about Africa, this is more than you expected-and the ideal backdrop for a hot air balloon expedition. During our stay we also visit a village of the Maasai people to witness the singing and dancing that are part of their daily lives and sacred rituals. A glimpse into their homes and social structure is a poignant experience. Dinner and overnight at Sarova Tented Camp or Mara Sopa Lodge or Mara Simba Lodge

5: Discover Maasai Mara
Morning and afternoon game drives in this magnificent Park. Maasai Mara is famous for the Annual Wildebeest Migration that takes place between the months of July and October. During this time over a million wildebeests accompanied by thousands of other herbivores, migrate from Serengeti National Park to the Mara in search for greener pastures. Hundreds of lions and hyenas follow them picking on the old and weaker ones. The legendary black mane lion is only found in Maasai Mara. The cheetah hunts best in these open grasslands. All meals and overnight at Sarova Tented Camp or Mara Sopa Lodge or Mara Simba Lodge

6: Maasai Mara – Nairobi
An early morning game drive is planned before returning to your camp or lodge for a proper sit down English breakfast. With breakfast done, we overland to Nairobi. The rest of the day is at leisure for last minute shopping and sight seeing. In the evening, you will be escorted to the Airport for flight check-in and board your plane that takes you home with a smile and a lifetime of memories.

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GLK 111. Your wildlife with luxury: Samburu and Masai Mara

1: Nairobi – Samburu & Shaba National (01/02/03 day)
Arrive Nairobi; flight to Samburu & Shaba National Reserve. On arrival you will be met and transferred to the Samburu Serena for your 2 nights stay – all game viewing and meals are included.

4: Samburu – Masai Mara (04/05/06/07 day)
Transfer to Samburu Airport for your flight along Africa’s Great Rift Valley, passing over lakes and volcanoes, you reach the Masai Mara on Kenya’s southern border. On arrival you will be met and transferred to the Mara Serena for your 3 night stay. Again all game viewing and meals are included.

8: Nairobi – Departure
After a morning game drive, time permitting, your safari ends with a flight to Nairobi Airport. Evening departure

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GLK 110. Relax at Kenyan beach: Mombasa

Mombasa – Coast
1: Nairobi – Mombasa
Depart Nairobi Airport on your scheduled flight to Mombasa; flying time is approximately one hour. On arrival you will be met and transferred to the Mombasa Serena Hotel located 18 kms to the north of Mombasa and 30kms from the airport. Our coastal stopover includes 3 nights accommodation on a half board basis.

2: Mombasa (02/03)
Slow down and relax to the pace of the Swahili coast. For the active there are plenty of water sports, tennis courts, squash courts and games to be enjoyed. For the more relaxed there are quiet places in the hotel grounds, by the pool or on the white sand beach. If you feel like an outing there is a hotel shuttle bus to Mombasa or half day tours of the old town, fort and nearby Arab ruins can be arranged.

4: Mombasa & Nairobi
Farewell the coast, transfer by boat to the airport in time for your scheduled flight to Nairob

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GLK 109. Wildlife and beach: Samburu and Masai Mara

1: Nairobi – Samburu National Reserve (01/02/03)
Arrive NBO. Drive to Samburu National Reserve crossing the Equator en route. Arrive at Samburu Serena Lodge in time for lunch and your two night stay.

3: Lake Nakuru
Morning departure to Lake Nakuru for your overnight stay at Lion Hill Lodge or other – this very beautiful Rift Valley National Park offers one of the world’s greatest ornithological spectacles & is a good place to see rhino.

5: Aberdares National Park
Drive brings you to Aberdares National Park where your overnight stay will be at Serena Mountain Lodge or other. In this unique forest setting enjoy guided walks, waterhole views from your room and spending time in the hide (reached by a tunnel) on the edge of the salt lick.

6: Amboseli N.P (06/07/08)
Visit Amboseli N.P., famous for its big game including buffalo, elephant, lion, giraffe, hyena, cheetah and a variety of smaller carnivores and antelope species; and for its picturesque scenery, which benefits from the beautiful backdrop of snow covered Kilimanjaro, Africa’s highest mountain at 5,894m (19,340 ft). The park is largely arid lands of acacia and tall savannah grasses and in such an exposed landscape the animals are easy to observe. In places, subterranean springs have transformed the plain into marshland. Constantly changing, the springs have a determining influence on life in the park. In recent times infiltrated by salt water, they are modifying the ecosystem, causing the loss of certain plant species. This region is home to the nomadic Masai people and you will see their circular manyattas (villages), surrounded by thorny scrub fences, scattered across the plains.

9: Masai Mara N.P (09/10/11)
Masai Mara N.P. Although not Kenya’s largest park, the Mara, as the Kenyans call it, is undoubtedly its best known and contains great concentrations of wildlife. Covering an area in excess of 1,800 sq km (almost 700 sq miles) it was established in 1961 and adjoins the Serengeti in Tanzania forming the northern end of the great migration ecosystem. This is the traditional land of the Masai people, nomadic herders who choose a traditional lifestyle and who are permitted to graze their cattle in the area.
The park’s habitats include the forests along the banks of the Mara and Talek Rivers, acacia forests and open savannah. These various habitats are home to a great variety of game including lion, leopard, cheetah, zebra, wildebeest (gnu), giraffe, buffalo, jackal, topi, gazelles, impala and elephant. Hippopotamuses and crocodiles are plentiful in the rivers and the bird life is also abundant. No less than 53 different species of birds of prey alone have been recorded. From June through October you may see the annual migration as hundreds of thousands of wildebeest and zebra move through the area in search of fresh grass. Driven on, by those behind, the first animals ford the Mara River. This perilous crossing undertaken by hordes of beasts is truly dramatic – many of them drown, others are bogged down in the mud.

12: Nairobi – Swahili coast (12/13/14)
Drive to Nairobi, transfer Airport for your flight to the Coast – enjoy delicious seafood and the lazy lifestyle of the Swahili coast. For the active there are swimming pools, a health club, tennis courts and golf and water sports can be arranged.

15: Nairobi – Departure
Fly back Nairobi; evening departure

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GLK 108. Short wildlife program

1: Nairobi & Lake Nakuru
Drive through the Great Rift Valley, which is the extension of the African Rift Valley running from the red sea through Ethiopia to southern Africa. In Kenya, it forms a dramatic landscape complete with Lakes, Rivers and the plains inhabited by Maasai pastoralists. The Lake Nakuru National Park is reached in time for lunch at the Lake Nakuru Lodge. In the afternoon, you will have a game drive to witness the vast numbers of flamingoes amongst other birds for which like Nakuru is famous. The presence of black rhinos, lions and other wildlife not forgetting the euphorbia forest which the largest in Africa. Dinner and overnight at Lake Nakuru lodge.

2: Lake Nakuru – Mara
After breakfast, depart from Lake Nakuru and drive to the world famous Masai Mara National reserve. Arrive in time for late Lunch, and spend the rest of the afternoon in the park doing spectacular game drives. In this famous reserve, you will be able to encounter animals like the big five e.g. Lions, Leopards, Elephants, Rhinos and Buffalos and other lesser species. The day will be enough to turn Mara inside-out and see, learn, photograph and enjoy all that this world famous National reserve has to offer its visitors, with all meals and overnight at the Mara Sopa Lodge.

3: Mara – Mombasa
Breakfast at the lodge; and then transfer to the airstrip to connect your flight to Mombasa. Met on arrival at the airport, and transferred to voyager beach resort. Voyager Beach Resort has been heralded as the most comfortable and exciting voyage on the western seaboard of the Indian Ocean. With three restaurants, and swimming pools, a professional dive school and what is arguably the region’s finest Water sports Centre, Voyager Beach Resort really does have something for everyone. Moored just 7km north of Mombasa, a short hop from the city’s international airport, this classic resort offers the ultimate high-value, action-packed holiday paradise – overlooking one of the most beautiful stretches of water in the world with dinner and overnight stay at the Voyager Beach Resort.

4: Mombasa
Spend the day relaxing, beach combing the miles of pristine beaches, windsurfing, snorkeling, creek fishing or take a boat trip to explore the beaches. Also available at the hotel are half /Full day tours to the Tsavo East / West which are operated by the hotel. Dinner and overnight at Voyager Beach resort.

5: Mombasa & Nairobi
After breakfast, and depending on your outbound international flight departure timings; transfer to the airport to connect your Nairobi flight and then reconnect with your outbound international flight.

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GLK 102. Exploring northern parks and people (in lodge)

1: Nairobi – MtKenya park
Arrival Nairobi. Meet your guide and drive for MT Kenya. ON Mt Kenya lodge

2: MT Kenya – Shaba Reserve
Drive for Shaba game reserve. Very interesting for its ecosystem, being at the border of the desertic area of the country. Shaba with its rocky kopje (isolated hills), hot springs and dum palms is one of the best reserves of the country. ON lodge

3: Shaba – Samburu & Buffalo Springs
Drive to Samburu & Buffalo Springs which together with Shaba cover about 300 kmq along the bank of Ewaso Ngiro river, with a large amount of flora & fauna. Samburu people territory, which leave in mud made huts and lot of animals. ON lodge

4: Samburu – Marsabit (7hrs, 160Km)
Drive Marsabit, situated at the interior of a volcanic area of 630 kmq, with 22 craters. Drive to Paradise lake, on the crater of Gof Sokorte Guda, with spectacular views Here is possible to trek to the edge of Karantin (1707 m), with a 5 km walk, for another wonderful view. ON lodge.

5: Marsabit – Chalbi desert (8 hrs, 150 km)
Visit the village and market of Marsabit, where different tribes meet, as the Rendille, Samburu and others. Drive then to Chalbi desert, in arab “naked and salted”, a big dry lake with surrounding of volcanoes. Camp next to Kalacha oasis, where leave the Gabbra people (pastors) Similar to the arabs, many have been converted to Islam. Hunted, instead of antelopes, prefer hunt lions and rinhos. ON camp (we try to make it as comfort as possible; best tent, camp gear)

6: Kalacha – Lake Turkana (8 hrs, 200 km)
Drive 120 km to Loyangalani, where the Turkana people leave, the most spectacular people of Kenya. They leave of their animals and fishing at Turkana lake. Find also El-molo people, leaving of fish and crocodile meat. ON Oasis lodge

7: Lake Turkana
Explore Nabuyatom area, Samburu people, option visit “Altar” graffits and proceed to Mowoleketeng oasis, where an underground river makes the area very fertile for the Tturkana and Samburu people. ON lodge.

8: Lake Turkana – Maralal (10 hrs, 260 km)
Drive south through South Horr and Baragol to reach Maralal national Sanctuary and Samburu people. ON lodge.

9: Maralal – Lake Baringo (6hrs, 180 Km)
Drive south to reach Baringo lake, one of the few of sweet water of the Rift Valley. Here leave 450 species of birds, hippos and crocodiles. Access through Kampi ya Samaki. If time permits we make a boat excursion to Parmalok e Ol Kokwe islands. ON lodge.

10: Lake Baringo – Lake Bogoria – Naivasha (10 hrs, 310 km)
Drive 30 km to reach lake Bogoria, home of 2 millions of flamingoes. Visit hot springs and geyser. Drive then to Naivasha lake. ON lodge.

11: Naivasha – Masai Mara
Drive to Narok and Masai Mara. ON lodge

12: Masai Mara
Full day for this wonderful and so rich park. ON lodge

13: Masai Mara – Nairobi (8 hrs, 300 km)
Last game drive and then drive back to Nairobi. Departure

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Culture and parks

1: Nairobi – MT Kenya
Arrival Nairobi. Meet your guide and drive for MT Kenya. ON lodge

2: Shaba game reserve
Drive for Shaba game reserve. Very interesting for its ecosystem, being at the border of the desertic area of the country. Shaba with its rocky kopje (isolated hills), hot springs and dum palms is one of the best reserves of the country. ON lodge (or camp)

3: Samburu & Buffalo Springs
Drive to Samburu & Buffalo Springs which together with Shaba cover about 300 kmq along the bank of Ewaso Ngiro river, with a large amount of flora & fauna. Samburu people territory, which leave in mud made huts and lot of animals. ON lodge (or camp)

4: Kaisut desert
Drive toward Kaisut desert, Rendille people territory, with plenty of camels. They are used drinking blood of camels with milk. Very strong is their tradition and family based life At Ngurunet find the Samburu leaving in a traditional way of life. ON camp.

5: Marsabit – Paradise lake
Drive Marsabit, situated at the interior of a volcanic area of 630 kmq, with 22 craters. Drive to Paradise lake, on the crater of Gof Sokorte Guda. ON lodge (or camp)

6: Marsabit
Visit the village and market of Marsabit, where different tribes meet, as the Rendille, Samburu and others. Drive then to Chalbi desert, in arab “naked and salted”, a big dry lake with surrounding of volcanoes. Camp next to Kalacha oasis, where leave the Gabbra

7: Loyangalani – Turkana people
Drive 120 km to Loyangalani, where the Turkana people leave, the most spectacular people of Kenya. They leave of their animals and fishing at Turkana lake. Find also El-molo people, leaving of fish and crocodile meat. ON Oasis lodge (or camp)

8: Nabuyatom area
Explore Nabuyatom area, Samburu people. ON Oasis lodge (or camp)

9: South Horr and Baragol
Drive South Horr and Baragol to reach Maralal N. Sanctuary. ON lodge (or camp)

10: Baringo lake
Baringo lake for birds, hippos & crocodiles. ON lodge (or camp)

11: Lake Bogoria
Lake Bogoria, home of 2 millions of flamingoes. Visit hot springs and geyser. Drive then to Naivasha lake. ON lodge (or camp)

12: Masai Mara National park
Drive to Masai Mara National park. ON lodge

13: Masai Mara
Masai Mara game drive. ON lodge.

14: Amboseli park
Drive Amboseli park. Game drive. ON lodge.

15: Amboseli park
Amboseli park game drive. ON lodge.

16: Nairobi – Departure
Drive and then drive back to Nairobi. Departure (or next day)

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ETHIOPIA – KENYA – UGANDA GLK 107. Eploring 3 marvels of Africa

1: Addis Ababa
Arrival Addis Ababa and tour

2: Lakes of Shala, Abyata, Langano
Addis Ababa- Rift Valley lakes of Shala, Abyata, Langano. ON Wenney ecolodge

3: Langano – Arbaminch
Langano – Dorze people – Arba Minch. ON Swaynes htl

4: Netch Sar park and Chamo lake
Netch Sar park and Chamo lake for crocodiles. ON Swaynes htl

5: Arbaminch – Jinka
Arba Minch – Konso, Derase, Tsemay, ari & Benna people. Jinka htl or camp

6: Mago N.P.
Mursi people & villages- ON camp next to Mursi village or Mago

7: Mago N.P. – Turmi
Karo people & villages- ON Turmi

8: Turmi (hamer people)
Visit Hamer people vilalges, dances (Evangadi), marriage ceremonies with luck with the bull jumping, and if market days. ON Turmi.

9: Turmi (Dassanech people)
Omorate and Dassanech people- Incorenana people- Eleret.

10: Sibiloi
Sibiloi game drives, and petrified Forest Hike. ON Sibiloi camp or lodge

11: Elmolo and Turkana people
Visit Elmolo and Turkana people. ON camp or lodge

12: Samburu people
Samburu people. ON camp or lodge

13: South Horr, Baragol, Maralal sanctuary
Drive South Horr, Baragol, Maralal sanctuary. ON lodge or camp

14: Lake Baringo – Naivasha
Lake Baringo- Naivasha. ON lodge or camp

15: Naivasha – Masai Mara
Naivasha – Masai Mara. ON lodge

16: Masai Mara
Game drive at Masai Mara. ON lodge

17: Masai Mara – Nakuru
Masai Mara- Nakuru. ON camp or lodge.

18: Nakuru- Kampala
Nakuru- Kampala. Cross the border into Uganda and travel via the lakeside town of Jinja (the Source of the Nile) before reaching Kampala, Uganda’s capital

19: Kampala-Kisoro (19/20/21)
Kampala-Kisoro. From your Kisoro base, depending on the availability of gorilla permits, and the gorillas’ location, you will be viewing them in either the Magahinga or Bwindi National Parks in Uganda, the Virunga National Park in the DRC or at Ruhengeri in Rwanda. Due to the nature of the gorillas and their habits, viewing cannot be guaranteed. The gorillas themselves can tend to move around the locality quite a distance, and the trek can be quite arduous. The cost to track the gorillas differs from park to park, and can range from US$275 to US$375, per 1hr viewing.

22: Kisoro-Bunyoni
Kisoro-Bunyoni. A short drive through arguably some of the most picturesque scenery in Africa brings you to Lake Bunyoni. Lake Bunyoni is the deepest crater lake in Africa and is home to a large number of bird and fish species, as well as otters.

23: Bunyoni-Kampala
Bunyoni-Kampala. After enjoying the peaceful surrounds of Lake Bunyoni you drive to Kampala for another overnight stay, and perhaps the chance to sample the nightlife. Today you will cross the Equator for the 2nd time, where there will be ample photo opportunities to commemorate this event.

24: Kampala – Departure
Departure

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