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Arrive at Entebbe International Airport, meet & greet by your drive guides and head to accommodation.
After breakfast, drive to Ziwa Rhino Ranch and after checking in and having lunch, head out for the Rhino trekking experience coming back in time for a cup of tea, shower, diner and whatever comes there after.
After breakfast, head out for another Rhino trekking experience before departing for Murchison Falls National Park with a lunch stop at Masindi Hotel. After lunch, continue with the drive to Murchison via the top of the falls. Have a short walk around the top of the falls from where you can walk down to the river’s edge and see the waters narrow, as they are forced through a rocky cleft and plunge down 35 meters in a majestic cascade. There after, continue with the drive to Accommodation getting there in the late afternoon
After Breakfast, proceed for a game drive getting back in time for lunch. After lunch, you will go for the boat trip up to the bottom of the Falls and it is possible to view hundreds of hippos, crocodile, and a variety of bird life. Look out for game like the graceful Roth child Giraffe, Jackson’s Hartebeest, Uganda Kob, Bushbuck, Defassa Water buck, Buffaloes, Elephants, Warthog, Oribi and when lucky a leopard and Lion among others.
After breakfast, proceed for the return journey back to Entebbe with a lunch stop en-route, getting back in the late afternoon
Johnnie and Agnes are both amazing. We went with a group looking for parrots, as well as mammals. We went to multiple places in Uganda. It is obvious that Johnnie and Agnes care about birds and other animals, about conservation, about people, about Uganda, and about everyone’s overall experience. Johnnie takes answering your questions very seriously, and tries to find answers to questions he doesn’t know (though, he knows a lot! He is a walking encyclopedia.)
What really impressed me, though, is that even after our tour with them ended, Johnnie called ahead to connect with a guide with another company we were using for gorilla trekking to make sure we had the best experience possible. The other guides we met seem to know and love Johnnie and Agnes, too, which indicates what a great resource they are not only to their clients but also to their profession in general. Many had attended training sessions given by Johnnie to improve their knowledge of Uganda wildlife.
I hope to go on another tour from Johnnie and Agnes! Uganda is beautiful, and you are in excellent hands with Johnnie and Agnes.