1 Day safari tour to Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary

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1 Day safari tour to Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary

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1 Day safari tour to Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary takes you to Nakasongola district; 176 km from Kampala capital city on the Kampala – Gulu highway. It is a decent place presenting a high-quality quit factor on the way to Murchison falls national Park so, it is perfect to start with rhinos tracking at Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary as you’re heading to Murchison Falls National park. Ziwa Rhino sanctuary was introduced in 2005 as a method to reintroduce white rhinoceros in Uganda after they have been hugely killed. Ziwa Rhino sanctuary is the sole vicinity in Uganda the place where you see Rhinos in the wilderness. When you combine Ziwa rhino sanctuary in your itinerary to Murchison falls National Park or Kidepo valley National park will increase your chance of sporting all the 5 mammals of the large 5 families of the African Jungle.

Ziwa rhino sanctuary is an incredible area for a guided nature walk and birding safari due to the fact of its extremely good biodiversity composed of lovely surroundings of virgin tropical vegetation, bushes, Savannah plains, swamps, and woodlands which makes a splendid habitat to over 350 bird species such as The African Black Headed Oriole, African Black Crake, African Citril, African Darter, African Crowned Eagle, African Fish Eagle, African Golden Breasted Bunting, Booted Eagle, Blue Spotted dove, Broad Billed Roller, Brown-backed Scrub-Robin, and Bronze Manikini and many others.  The 1 Day safari tour to Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary will provide you a brief description of the Ugandan safari with its great numbers of mammals such as the Waterbuck, ground squirrels, Bush Duiker, Hartebeests, Oribis, Mongoose, Reedbuck, Bush Bucks Grey Duiker, some primates like Vervet Monkeys, black and white Colobus Monkeys and some reptiles such as pythons, massive lizards, and insects. So, your 1 Day safari tour to Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary will be so adventurous.

What to count on your 1 Day safari tour to Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary

  • Rhino tracking
  • Guide Nature walks
  • English speaking guide

Detailed Itinerary;

After having your early morning breakfast at your hotel/residences within Kampala or Entebbe, meet your safari driver guide at the reception of your hotel or lodge for briefing about your exceptional adventurous tour to Ziwa rhino sanctuary and then begin your short Uganda tour when it is nonetheless early to meet the rhinos actively feeding. Your safari guide will take you nationwide through homesteads, several roadside vegetables and fruit markets, and indigenous local communities whilst doing their day-by-day routines like daily business work, laying bricks, and grazing their animals. On your arrival at Ziwa rhino sanctuary, you will have a short rest and get some refreshments and later meet your guide for briefing about the place, what you ought to count on and the dos and don’ts to comply within the course of the rhino trekking trip or safari and then set off for your day adventure. This will supply you a chance to discover rhinos however, it is very essential to observe the ranger’s guidelines for the duration of the trek due to the fact Rhinos can flip adversarial in case they have sensed something different. Your ranger guide will provide you data or information about the whole that you will encounter when a rhino trekking walks and you will have to preserve your digital camera on standby and properly charged such that you do now not pass over any second uncaptured. This would be a very wonderful safari for you to explore on your 1 Day safari tour to Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary in Uganda.

Meal plan; Lunch

The 1 Day safari tour to Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary includes;

  • 1 Day transport in 4X4 WD and air-conditioned safari vehicle
  • English talking driver information for 1 day
  • Bottled mineral water
  • Lunch
  • Entrance fees
  • Fuel

The 1 Day safari tour to Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary excludes;

  • Accommodation
  • Travel visa
  • Travel insurance
  • Domestic and international flights

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