Uganda in April

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April is the wettest month in Uganda. Some park lodging is closed and roads in some parks may be impassable due to rain. It’s low season for tourism, which means you can find discounted rates at lodges and hotels and you may be able to get discounted gorilla trekking permits.


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Birding Through Uganda (EA 11 days)

day 1

Entebbe, arrival
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day 2

Semliki, a birders paradise
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day 3

Semliki, focus on Shoebill

day 4

day 5

to Kibale for some Chimps
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day 6

Kyambura Gorge, Queen
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day 7

Ishasha, Queen's wild side
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day 8

Bwindi and more forest birds
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day 9

Gorillas while you there

day 10

day 11

Fly Home

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