2 Days Ziwa Rhino Tracking – Wildlife Safari Uganda.
Looking for a Rhino tracking tour in Uganda? Enjoy a relaxed 2 days Rhino tracking at Ziwa Rhino sanctuary located in Central Uganda once booked with Primate Safari Experiences that offers classic wildlife safaris in Uganda. Rhino Tracking is done on foot, related to as a nature walk as your guided by professional wildlife guide in Uganda.
Location of the Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary
The Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary is still accessible and located on 176 km (100 miles) on Kampala – Gulu Highway in Nakasongola.
Summary of the Trip
Day1: Transfer to Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary
Day2: Transfer to Kampala.
Detailed 2 Days Rhino Tracking
Day1: Transfer to Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary.
The Primate Safari Experiences guide will pick you from your hotel @ 7:00 am and start on the drive to Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary the lovely destination for Rhino Tracking in Uganda and the drive from Kampala to Ziwa takes approximately 3-4 hours. Upon your arrival, you will get a briefing from a Ranger guide about the tracking of the Rhinos and the Sanctuary History. Then leave for this wild exercise; so as to have the chance to see the rhinos at a very close safe range; and also take photos and ask questions about Rhinos and other wildlife at large.
Afterward, Rhino trekking in the bushes; then get back to Amuka Safari Lodge >>> Dinner & Overnight
Day 2: Birding & Transfer to Kampala.
Ziwa Rhino is known as one of the best destinations for spotting the shoebill bird that is mostly looked for among the birds in Uganda. An early morning shoebill trek and canoe ride through the swamp not only gives you the opportunity to find the shoebill but also to see the beautiful Ugandan sunrise over Lugogo Swamp.
The Birding adventure is likely to last for 5 hours and after return to the lodge for lunch and transfer back to Entebbe or Kampala.
About Shoebill: The shoebill (Balaeniceps rex) also commonly known as whale-head, is a large stork-like bird. It gets its name from its large shoe-shaped bill. It has a seemingly stork-like overall form and has in the past been classified with the storks in the order Ciconiiformes based on this kind of morphology. However, genetic evidence places it with the Pelecaniformes.
Note: you are required to bring: Closed shoes, water, long pants and insect repellent
Bird Watching ( Shoebill)
4×4 Safari Landcruiser
professional English Speaking Guide
meals & Drinking water.
Personal Items not mentioned in the travel Plan.