Have breakfast to drive off along Masaka road to Lake Mburo National park. Lake Mburo is one of the smallest Savannah parks with plenty of antelopes including the impala from which the name of the capital city of Uganda-Kampala- was derived. You will reach in the afternoon to have lunch and then in the afternoon go for a boat ride on Lake Mburo. This ride will reward you with view of animals and birds at the shores. Dinner and overnight at Mantana Tented Camp. / Rwonyo camp.
In the morning go for game drive in Lake Mburo and then later you will proceed to Bwindi Impenetrable national Park. It is most known for its gorillas although the park is also a habitat for other animals and plenty of birds. You will reach Bwindi in the evening. If possible you may go for a community walk where you will be entertained in some of the cultural dances of the community. Dinner and overnight at Gorilla resort / Buhoma community Bandas.
Wake up and prepare for the remarkable experience. You will have breakfast to transfer to the park headquarters for briefing before setting off to the forest to track for gorillas. The guide will brief you and at 9:00 am you will set off to the forest to track these apes. The time you will take tracking or trekking these humble apes is unpredictable however it ranges between 2-9 hours depending on their movement. The activity requires you to go through steep rocks climbing up and down making it tiresome, however the thrill of encountering these giant primates erases the poor memories you went through in trying to find them. Dinner and over night at Gorilla Resort / Buhoma homestead.
In the morning you may go for a forest walk or community walk after breakfast. Later on you will drive back to Kampala to reach in the evening.