Hit the road in Kenya and Uganda for the rhino safari of a lifetime
Embark on an immersive wildlife safari in East Africa, visiting the world’s last remaining northern white rhinos in Kenya and braving the wilds of Uganda. Departing Nairobi, visit Ol Pejeta Conservancy to see these magnificent and heavily guarded beasts, before entering the spectacular Great Rift Valley and stopping at Lake Nakuru. Track rhinos at Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary, go birdwatching at Lugogo Wetlands, watch the great flow of the Nile over the unique Murchison Falls, and admire the mahoganies and ironwoods of Rabongo forest as chimpanzees swing about. With such rare wildlife viewing opportunities, an abundance of stunning landscapes, and stories of hope and survival to take the breath away, this is the East Africa safari most travellers merely dream of.
For wildlife lovers and rhino enthusiasts alike, this is one of the greatest adventure travel opportunities in Africa out there. The chance to see a species so rare and imposingly beautiful does not come often
Game drives at Ol Pejeta and Lake Nakuru are included. And with both destinations famous for their black and southern white rhinos, there’s a great chance of sighting some
Meet the resilient women of Kenya involved in One Horizon, a Nairobi social enterprise making a real difference to the lives of local females
Rhino tracking at the Ziwa sanctuary is included in the trip price, and you’re in great hands with local experts who know the bush like the back of their hand
Murchison Falls is a beauty to behold. Hike through the jungle to watch the Nile force its way through a narrow gap between rocks and plummet into Lake Albert
There’s the chance to go chimp-tracking – or simply use your free time to explore – in Budongo Forest Reserve
Every traveller booked onto this adventure results in a donation towards East Africa Wildlife Society
Just because you’re going on safari in Africa doesn’t mean you have to skimp on comfort. Enjoy well-appointed quarters and excellent 4x4 transport along the way
This itinerary features some long travel days, which can be exacerbated by bumpy African roads. It is recommended that you pay close attention to the given approximations of driving hours.
There will be many early starts either to make use of the better safari time or to beat the morning traffic on long travel days.
1. This is an expedition trip and requires a minimum of 4 people to depart. Please do not book any non-refundable flights or services before the trip is guaranteed to depart.
2. A single supplement is available on this trip.
3. This trip starts with a Welcome Meeting at 4pm on day 1.
4. This trip finishes upon arrival in Kampala on Day 12. Please do not book any flights until after 10pm this evening.