15 Days Birding Uganda Safari

The following is a recommended birding Itinerary around Uganda. This is intended to help you maximize the time you spend in the country and takes into account such factors as the ease access of the sites, their productivity (the time required to see a fair proportion of the birds) and their “importance” to the Itinerant birder (hence, the montane forests of the Albertine Rift valley have a higher priority than these of mountain Elgon). We must stress that this does NOT mean that areas not included are not worth birding, only that other sites may be more worthwhile for birds with time constrains.
Day One:

Arrive at Entebbe and transfer to Kampala for overnight.
Day Two:

Whole day birding en-route to Fortportal.
Day Three:

Birding en-route to Semuliki Valley Reserve or National Park.
Day four:

Morning birding and afternoon boat trip on Lake Albert.
Day five:

Whole day birding in Semuliki Valley Reserve or National Park.
Day Six:

Birding en-route to Queen Elizabeth National Park, afternoon game drive.
Day Seven:

Morning birding en-route to Bwindi Impenetrable National Park.
Day Eight:

Whole day birding in Buhoma
Day Nine:

Birding while Gorilla tracking, afternoon walk to the Munyaga Water Falls.
Day Ten:

Birding to Ruhija sector “the neck’.
Day Eleven:

Whole day birding in Mubwindi swamp.
Day Twelve:

Whole day birding in the forest
Day Thirteen:

Birding along the main road to Lake Mburo National Park.
Day Fourteen :

Morning birding and afternoon transfer to Entebbe.
Day Fifteen:

Morning birding in Entebbe Botanical Gardens and then transfer to the Airport to fly back home.