4 DAYS NILE ADVENTURE EXPERIENCE
Spend four days searching for exotic wildlife in the tropical Murchison Falls National Park. Journey into Uganda's Murchison Falls National Park and explore this fantastic place that is divided by the Nile and filled with remarkable birds, animals and plants.
Day 1: Murchison Falls National Park
On arrival at Entebbe International Airport in the Morning, a member of Australken team will welcome you and drive you to the tropical seclusion of the Murchison Falls National Park and the small, intimate Nile Safari Camp.
The park is bisected by the mighty Nile River, and home to some truly spectacular sights. As the river squeezes through a seven-metre gap in a cleft of rock, it sets off sudden, violent explosions of white water, resulting in the dramatic Murchison Falls and the most powerful natural water flow on earth.
The river is rich in wildlife, including hippo and some of Africa's largest crocodile, but the rare shoebill stalk truly demands one's attention. These metre-high birds are solitary and reserved, with large, strong beaks capable of crushing small crocodiles.
Day 2: Murchison Falls National Park
Wake to the sounds of the river and get ready for a half-day game drive along the northern banks of the Nile, providing the chance to see elephant, giraffe, lion and an impressive variety of birds. Return to camp for lunch and some relaxation, before embarking on a Nile cruise which promises some exhilarating encounters with the local wildlife.
Day 3: Murchison Falls National Park
Take a relaxing morning walk under the leafy canopy of the Budongo Forest as you try to spot some of the 600 to 700 chimpanzees that call this shady, green sanctuary home. Your guide will help you search for the local chimpanzee communities, as well as blue monkeys, Colobus monkeys and forest baboons. Return to the lodge for a well-deserved lunch, after which you're free to spend the afternoon as you please. Go on another game drive if you like, or simply spend time relaxing by the pool.
Day 4: Depart
Embark on a final morning game drive in the northern area of the park before beginning your trip back to Kampala. Enjoy a relaxed lunch at one of the small towns en route, arriving in the capital city in the late afternoon.
Accommodation may vary from the listed properties depending on availability at the time of booking.
Included in this Tour:
- Visit to Murchison Falls National Park to view the Falls
- English speaking driver/guide
- Entrance fees and ranger fees for national parks
- Ground transport in private 4WD safari vehicles
- Game drives on the northern bank of the Nile
- Visit Budongo Forest for a pleasant walk in the tropical rainforest
- 3 nights at Nile Safari Camp on full board basis
- Boat cruise on the Nile
Excluded in this Tour:
- International flights
- Airport taxes
- All meals and drinks not specified
- Tips and gratuities
- Items of a personal nature
Booking Terms & Conditions
A minimum of 30% of the total price is required at the time of booking and the balance no latter than 21 days prior to the departure of the safari. For overseas bookings payments can be made in US dollars, Sterling pounds and Euros. Residents pay in local currency at the rate of exchange applicable at the time of payment. Late bookings Full payment is due at the time of booking for reservation made withi n 21 days prior to the commencement of the tours.
Modification of tour
If you choose to modify the arrangements after the commencement of the tour i.e. change accommodation or the duration of your stay, the com pany can accept no liability for any loss or additional expense and no refunds will be made.
Tour prices include: All expenses for drivers and vehicles appropriat e for the itinerary as set out. i.e. for transfers, game drives, drive rs allowances unless stated in the itinerary. Government hotel taxes, training levy and service charges, all park entry fees except where sp ecifically indicated separately. Normal communication costs incurred to make the reservation. Tour price exclude: Personal insurance, Airport taxes, landing fees for charters and visas, gratuities to drivers and porters (other than hotel service charge), Beverages (unless otherwise indicated), Laundry, other personal expenses of tour members (i.e. telephone calls etc), any other tour services requested that do not appear in the itinerary.
Demand for safaris can be high and may lead to shortage of the specified hotel/lodge/ tented camp accommodation. All bookings will be confirmed, but on occasions changes may be necessary. Hotel. Lodges and tented camps, here specifically named are given as an indication of the category and rooms may be reserved at similar Lodges/ hotels/ tented ca mps. We undertake to advise you of any changes known to us prior to departure, but the possibility of change without notice, must be accepted when booking. Wherever possible we book rooms with private baths/showers throughout on the basis of two persons sharing a double room. Single rooms are a vailable at supplementary cost but neither single room nor rooms with private bath/showers can be guaranteed. Safari minibuses, cars, four wheel drive or coaches will be provided a ccording to the route and number of participants. The right is reserved to employ the services of subcontractors. English speaking driver/guides are provided. Occasional mechanical problems, changes of lodge or adverse road cond itions may in turn lead to change in routing or game viewing without prior notice being given. We reserve the right to offer substitutes of equal value to cancel the operation of any tour. In practice, Very few itineraries are affected but a little flexibili ty on your part will ensure the tour is unique and rewarding. Safari description Whilst every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the information, regrettably errors do occasionally occur. You must therefore check all details of your holiday booking with your travel agent or supplier at the time of booking. The Company cannot therefore accept responsibility for any information not contained herein, being confirmed verbally by its staff or representatives unless subsequently reconfirmed in writing by the Company.
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Passports and Visas
You are required to ensure that your passport and travel documentation is in order and that you have obtained the necessary visas for your journey. Should you require assistance on this matter we will be pleased to make recommendations.
It is a condition of booking one of our tours that the traveller is adequately insured for the full duration of the tour in respect of illness, injury, death, loss of baggage and personal items, cancellation and curtailment. The choice of insurer is the sole discretion of the client. General Prices are based on fares and other costs prevailing at the time of your request of the price lists and is subject to change if fares or costs subsequently vary. We reserve the right to decline any person as a member of any tour at any time in which event an equitable amount will be refunded.