Arrive at any time. Arrival transfer is included.
KigaliVolcanoes National Park
Visit the Kigali Genocide Memorial and pay your respects to the victims of the 1994 Rwandan genocide, learning about this somber chapter of the countrys past. Later, embark on a community walk in the vibrant Nyamirambo township and enjoy a local lunch at the G Adventuressupported Nyamirambo Womens Centre. Travel to northern Rwanda in the afternoon and settle into our lodge, located at the edge of Volcanoes National Park and offering stunning views of the soaring peaks.
Volcanoes National Park
Set out on a trek in lush, jungle-covered hills with a park ranger to track a unique and endangered speciesthe golden monkey. Observe these playful, curious creatures in their natural habitat; then visit the Karisoke Research Center, founded by National Geographic Grantee Dian Fossey. Meet with a resident researcher to learn about ongoing efforts to protect endangered mountain gorillas, and deepen your understanding of these gentle giants at a talk by one of the parks head wardens.
Volcanoes National Park
Embark on an unforgettable trek through the jungle alongside a park ranger to search for mountain gorillas. When we come across a group of gorillas, witness their fascinating social dynamics up close. Note that these treks can vary in length and difficulty depending on the location of the gorillas. Return to our lodge for lunch, followed by a visit to a local village to catch a glimpse of daily rural life.
Volcanoes National ParkQueen Elizabeth National Park
After breakfast, cross into Uganda on a 4×4. Arrive at our lodge near Queen Elizabeth National Park, one of the largest and most popular parks in Uganda.
Queen Elizabeth National Park
Explore the verdant Kalinzu Forest Reserve with a ranger, looking for the chimpanzee families that call this protected area home. Learn about the habits and social activities of these endangered primatesour closest relatives in the animal worldand gain insights into current efforts to protect them. This afternoon, visit Queen Elizabeth National Park for a safari through rolling savanna and shrubland, keeping your eyes peeled for buffalo, elephants, leopards, lions, and hyenas.
Queen Elizabeth National Park
Head out on a morning safari through the park, dotted with acacia trees and covered in swathes of rainforest. Spot hyenes, warthogs, antelope, and, with luck, some of the African big five. Then float down the Kazinga Channel on a boat safari. This natural channel connects two of the parks lakes and draws large numbers of wild creatures to its shores, including hippos, crocodiles, and a plethora of birds.
Queen Elizabeth National ParkEntebbe
After breakfast, head to Entebbe, stopping en route at the equator; Uganda is one of the few countries in the world where you can cross this imaginary geographical line on land. Observe how water swirls in opposite directions on either side of the equator and have lunch at the G Adventuressupported AidChild Equation Caf & Gallery. Later, visit a drum-making workshop and enjoy a musical performance.
Catch a flight from Entebbe to Nairobi and transfer to our hotel. Spend some time exploring the Kenyan capital on your own.
Travel to our comfortable tented camp, located in the heart of the legendary Masai Mara National Reserve. Head out for an afternoon safari through vast, acacia-dotted plains, driving past throngs of wildebeest, zebra, and giraffes; and keep an eye out for lions, elephants, and the rest of the African big five.
Opt for an early morning hot air balloon safari, or embark on a wildlife drive to track the animals that traversed the savanna during the night. View ungulates like Thomsons and Grants gazelles, topi and eland antelopesas well as their stealthy predatorsat one of their most active times of the day. Continue your exploration on a late afternoon safari, discovering the timeless landscapes of Masai Mara.
Masai MaraLake Nakuru National Park
Depart early for Lake Nakuru, known for harbouring flocks of pink flamingos and a rich variety of bird species. Stop en route at Caf Ubuntu, a G Adventuressupported project that trains and employs local women and mothers of children with disabilities. Visit the craft centre to meet some of the women who create the wares sold there, then sit down for a delicious farm-to-table lunch. Continue to our safari lodge inside Lake Nakuru National Park, and seek out the resident rhinos on a late afternoon wildlife drive.
Lake Nakuru National ParkAmboseli National Park
After a morning safari around Lake Nakuru, venture south to the renowned Amboseli National Park, situated at the foot of Mount Kilimanjarothe worlds highest freestanding peak. The grass and marshlands surrounding the mountain provide prime habitat for elephants, making the park one of the best places in Africa to see these majestic animals.
Amboseli National Park
Immerse yourself in the drama of Amboseli on morning and afternoon safaris. Encounter local Maasai tribespeople and the resident elephant herds, and keep an eye out for the savannas smaller creaturesincluding some of the more than 400 bird species that have been identified here. Meet a representative from the Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS), a government institution dedicated to managing Kenyas wildlife, and gain a deeper understanding of the issues surrounding ivory poaching and elephant conservation.
Amboseli National ParkNairobi
Witness a breathtaking sunrise over the savanna and take in your last views of soaring Kilimanjaro on our final safari in Amboseli; then drive back to Nairobi.
Depart at any time.