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15-DAY ITINERARY

UGANDA-
TANZANIA-
KENYA

01/

Uganda - Lake Mutanda 

  • Travel from Entebbe airport to Kisoro 

  • Urban hike to Lake Mutanda

  • Canoe trip across Lake Mutanda

02/

Uganda - Mgahinga National Park

  • Golden Monkey Trekking in Mgahinga National Park

03/

Uganda - Mgahinga National Park

  • Hike and learn from the Batwa at Mgahinga National Park

  • Transfer to Bwindi Impenetrable National Forest

04/

Uganda - Bwindi Impenetrable National Forest

  • Gorilla Trekking - A Once in A Lifetime Experience

05/

Uganda - Bwindi Impenetrable National Forest

Guided Hike in Bwindi Impenetrable National Forest

06/

Travel Day 

Travel from Kisoro to Entebbe, then Entebbe to Arusha, Tazania

 

07/

Tanzania - Mt. Kilimanjaro

  • Hike Mt. Kilimanjaro to Machame Camp

  • Transfer to Arumeru Lodge 

 

08/

Tanzania - Arusha National Park

  • Early arrival at Arusha National Park

  • Game drive

  • Canoe Safari

  • Transfer to Ngorongoro Crater

09/

Tanzania - Ngorongoro Crater

  • Early morning departure to Ngorongoro Crater

  • Game drive in Crater

  • Transfer to Serengeti 

10/

Tanzania - Serengeti

  • Full day game drive in the Serengeti

11/

Tanzania - Serengeti

  • Game drive in the Serengeti

  • Transfer in the evening to Isoitok Camp 

12/

Tanzania - Isoitok Camp and the Esilalei Maasai + Travel

  • Spend the morning with the Esilalei Maasai at Isoitok Camp

  • Travel in afternoon from Arusha airport to Nairobi, spend night in Nairobi

13/

Kenya - Travel + Diani Beach

  • Travel from Nairobi to Diani Beach via regional flight 

  • First day at Baobab Beach Resort

14/

Kenya - Diani Beach

  • Enjoy quiet beach life at Baobab Beach Resort

15/

Kenya - Diani Beach + Travel

  • Travel Purchase late check-out and spend day at Beach resort

  • Travel from Diani Beach to Nairobi, then fly back home in evening

TIP: It's a long trip! Add 2 days for a total of 17 days away for this 15-day East African Itinerary

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TIP: Uganda requires a yellow fever vaccine. For our area, these were hard to find so search this out several months in advance of your trip.

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TIP: Uganda and Kenya combine their visas into one but Tanzania has a separate travel visa process. Print everything out in advance and have it handy on arrival.

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TIP: Come prepared with the right hiking equipment. Red ants and thorny bushes will make your life miserable otherwise.

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TIP: If we had to do this again, we may have traded Zanzibar for Diani Beach. 

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TIP: We used Nkuringo Safari for Uganda and Duma Explorer for Tanzania and Kenya. We highly recommend booking through these two companies. 

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