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What Else To Do After A Gorilla Safari, Chimpanzee Trekking, Lake Bunyonyi,

National Park of Queen Elizabeth

A great location near Bwindi to enjoy the many bird species and wildlife that live in Queen Elizabeth National Park. Watch tree-climbing lions in the Ishasha Plains, wildlife and birds along the Kazinga Channel, and chimp tracking in Kyambura Gorge. Queen Elizabeth Park has many activities and sights to visit, and it is one of the greatest compliments to a Mountain Gorilla Safari in Uganda.


Lake Bunyonyi

Lake Bunyonyi is one of Africa’s deepest lakes, with scenery reminiscent of “Lord of the Rings.” The lake is Bilharzia-free and dotted with several islands, surrounded by terraced farmed fields and mountains. Enjoy canoe tours, butterflies, sailing, birds, wandering among the islands, and tasting the lake’s famed and tasty crayfish.


Safari to Mgahinga Gorilla National Park

A fantastic park for gorilla trekking, exploring extinct mountains, tracking the Golden Monkey, and hiking. Stay in the nearby Lake Mutanda to experience the beauty of the lake while exploring Mgahinga National Park. The splendor of the park is breathtaking.



You may stop by the Uganda Wildlife Education Center, Snake Park, or the Zika Forest Uganda on your journey to the Entebbe International Airport.


Kibale Forest national park

Kibale Forest Jungle Chimpanzees have the most primates in East Africa. Chimpanzee tracking, nighttime jungle treks, staying in a lodge, and seeing the huge forest elephants moving around. When living in one of the jungle’s tree huts, you may watch primates play.


Lake Mburo National Park

The excellent place to halt on your way to or from Bwindi following a gorilla safari is in Mgahinga Gorilla Park or Queen Elizabeth National Park. The ideal overnight experience includes seeing zebras and other wildlife in the park. Enjoy the wonders of Lake Mburo National Park while staying in some lovely lodgings.

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