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Gorillas, East Africa & the Zambezi

Gorillas, East Africa & the Zambezi

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48 days
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Victoria Falls (Zimbabwe)
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A wildlife lovers dream! This trip will take you through eastern and southern Africa, visiting a huge number of its most famous animal reserves. Go on a 4x4 safari through the Serengeti and Ngorongoro Crater, canoe down the Lower Zambezi in search of crocodiles and hippos. Trek the Budongo Forest looking for the habituated chimpanzees and revel in the thrill of a hike to find the elusive mountain gorillas of Bwindi Impenetrable Forest. Make sure you have enough energy left for the adventure activities of Victoria Falls and Jinja! If it does all get too much then you can relax and recuperate on the white sandy beaches of the Spice Island of Zanzibar.
  • Explore the beautiful and historic streets of Zanzibar's Stone Town
  • Chill on the white sand Indian Ocean beaches of Zanzibar
  • Camp on the stunning beaches of Lake Malawi
  • Chill on lake Malawi's magnificent Kande Beach
  • Enjoy any of the numerous optional activities in Kande
  • Early morning and evening game safaris at South Luangwa NP
  • Zambian Rural Village visit in South Luangwa
  • 2 day wildlife safari canoe trip along the Lower Zambezi river
  • Marvel at the awe-inspiring Victoria Falls from Zambia and Zimbabwe
  • Take advantage of many optional activities at Victoria Falls
  • Visit the Karen Blixen museum & Giraffe Sanctuary in Nairobi
  • Enjoy the National Museum, Nairobi and discover more about our ancient past
  • View wildlife on safari in Amboseli NP
  • Marvel at the view of Mount Kilimanjaro in Amboseli NP
  • 2 day safari in the Serengeti, the ultimate African wildlife experience
  • Take an optional hot air balloon ride over the Serengeti
  • Safari to the stunning Ngorongoro crater NP
  • Safari in elephant rich Tarangire NP
  • Camp in the foothills of Mount Kilimanjaro
  • Explore the iconic Usambara Mountains with optional trek
  • Optional white water rafting on the White Nile at Jinja
  • Visit Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary
  • 3 nights at Murchison Falls NP
  • Chimpanzee Budongo Forest Trek
  • 2 night safari in Queen Elizabeth NP
  • 2 Nights Bwindi NP
  • Mountain Gorilla trekking in Uganda
  • Walking safari in Mburo NP
  • Wildlife safari in Nakuru NP
  • 2 night jeep safari in Maasai Mara Reserve
  • Although not physically challenging this trip will put you out of your comfort zone on occasions. The accommodation is mostly in campsites, so you’ll get used to setting up camp. The fact that you’ll have an African Camp Master will make life a bit easier but still be prepared to do your bit!


    Gorillas, East Africa & the Zambezi

    Day 1 Nairobi

    Border Information: If joining the trip in Nairobi, you will most likely enter Kenya at Nairobi Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (IATA code: NBO). Welcome to Kenya! There will be a group meeting at the joining hotel at 6:00pm. Please do not be alarmed if there is no welcome note, as this will often be a travelling day for the crew who will be joining you. Please note that many of the options listed below will only be possible for those with extra time in Nairobi before the start of your trip with us - please contact the Sales team if you would like to book pre-tour accommodation with us to have extra time exploring Nairobi.

    Day 2 Kericho

    This morning we will drive on to Kericho, throughout this drive you will have sights of the world famous tea plantations in the area.

    Day 3 Jinja

    Border Information: Exit Kenya at Busia, enter Uganda at Busia. Today we have a full day's drive across the border into Uganda as we travel to Jinja, the adventure capital of East Africa!

    Day 4 Jinja

    Today we will have a free day to get involved in the many optional adventure activities available here, such as white water rafting, bungee jumping and boat trips on the White Nile!

    Day 5 Nakitoma

    Today we continue our journey and head north to the Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary close to the town of Nakitoma. Here we will have the chance to track rhinos on foot with a local ranger!

    Day 6 Kaniyo Pabidi

    Today we continue to Kaniyo Pabidi in the Budongo Forest, in the southern part of the Murchison Falls NP. Here we will head out for our included chimpanzee tracking walk in the afternoon! Please note that for conservation reasons the maximum group size to track the chimpanzees is 12 people, so if we have a large group we will split in half, one half going on the walk this afternoon and the other half going tomorrow morning.

    Day 7 Murchison Falls NP

    If we had to split the group for chimpanzee tracking, the other half of the group will head out for the walk this morning. When we are ready to continue, we will drive to the central region of Murchison Falls NP to reach our campsite. Please note that the roads leading into and around Murchison Falls are very poor and can be hazardous in wet conditions. If there has been heavy rain recently, it may not be possible to go into the NP beyond Kaniyo Pabidi - this is firstly for safety reasons on the drive in, and secondly due to the risk of extreme bogging that could cause us to miss the gorilla treks further along in our trip. We will always endaevour to reach the NP as per the itinerary; but when this is occasionally not possible, please respect the tour leader's decision in this matter. On these occasions we will be able to utilise this time with spending longer in Lake Bunyonyi.

    Day 8 Murchison Falls NP

    Today, we will head out early in the truck for a included morning of game driving around the northern area of the NP - we will take a local vehicle barge to get over the Nile and pick up a ranger to show us around in search of wildlife! We will return to our campsite for lunch, and then embark on an included launch cruise on the Nile to spot wildlife from the water and to see the spectacularly-powerful Murchison Falls.

    Day 9 Mpanga Forest

    This morning we will make our way out of the NP and head South to Mpanga Forest via Kampala. This is a chance to experience a new environment as we camp in the forest near traditional communities. We will hopefully be able to visit the Mpambire drum making village to experience their ancient traditions and culture.  

    Day 10 Queen Elizabeth NP

    This morning we travel to the Queen Elizabeth NP, beautifully set between the Great Rift Valley lakes of Lake Edward and Lake George, undertaking a game drive on our way to the campsite.  During our time in the park we hope to see elephants, lions, leopards, buffaloes, Ugandan kobs and waterbucks. 

    Day 11 Queen Elizabeth NP

    This morning we are up early to go on a full day game drive making our way the visit the volcanoes and salt mines onthe edge of the park. We will experience areas of the NP that are impossible to reach without a full days excursion!

    Day 12 Bwindi Impenetrable NP

    Today we prepare for our Gorilla tracking by heading to Bunyoni and taking jeeps up into the mountains of Bwindi.

    Day 13 Bwindi Impenetrable NP

    Here we will go on what is undoubtedly the highlight of the trip - trekking to see the Mountain Gorillas in their natural forest habitat.  This region is one of the last remaining sanctuaries for the mountain gorilla. No more than 8 people per day can visit any one habituated family, and visits are strictly controlled to minimise the possibility of disturbance or transmission of disease to the animals.  Tracking gorillas in the dense forest can sometimes be wet, muddy and uncomfortable. The terrain is by no means easy either, so it can be pretty strenuous and often humid; however, the sheer thrill of coming across a habituated group of gorillas, dominated by a great male silverback, more than outweighs any difficulty. You need to be prepared and fit enough to walk at least 4 hours - uphill and downhill. We can usually get very close to the mountain gorillas, who are placid and gentle, and watching their movements is like seeing a mirror image of yourself! Once you find them, you will stay with the gorillas for one unforgettable hour! When visiting the gorillas you will be assigned a trekking group and time on your permit. The group may be split up into different trekking groups during the day. In Bwindi we will stay in a campsite that occasinally has some very special visitors, the incredible mountain gorillas! Please note that the gorilla permits are paid for in full by the trip kitty - however, we have to purchase the permits in advance on the customers' behalf, so a higher deposit is charged on the trip price to protect us from losing this money in the event of cancellation - please see the notes at the end for further detail.

    Day 14 Lake Mburo

    This morning we will make our way into the stunning Lake Mburo NP. This drive will take us across the equator - a prime moment for some photos!In the afternoon we may have time for a walking safari or even a boat trip on Lake Mburo.We will stay in an incredible campsite close to the lake where you may be lucky enough to see hippos leaving the water in the evening.

    Day 15 Jinja

    After waking up in the beautiful Lake Mburo NP it is time to head back to Jinja and all of the comforts that it has to offer. You may even have time for an evening activity here.

    Day 16 Nakuru NP

    Border Information: Exit Uganda at Malaba, enter Kenya at Malaba.This is our base for tomorrow's excursion into Nakuru NP. If we make good time on the drive we may have the opportunity to take a walk around the working dairy farm where our campsite is, and to visit a local women's knitting collective.

    Day 17 Nakuru NP

    This morning we head into Nakuru NP for an included half-day game drive in local safari trucks. Nakuru is a beautiful park with a large lake and many forested areas - it is teeming with wildlife and there is an excellent chance to see both black and white rhinos.In the afternoon we will have the opportunity to take a walk around the working dairy farm where our campsite is, and to visit a local women's knitting collective.

    Day 18 Masai Mara

    Today we will be met by our 6-person 4x4 jeeps that will take us on our 2-night excursion to the Maasai Mara. We will load the jeeps with our personal gear and camping equipment and then head off to Maasai Mara, leaving our truck behind.   We will also be leaving our large bags behind (where they will be stored in a secure location in Nairobi), and advise you to bring along a smaller daypack for your personal gear for this trip that will need to be packed soon after the group meeting before we set off. You should pack clothing for 3 days (including a warm jumper or fleece and long trousers), a waterproof jacket, toiletries (including sun screen and insect repellent), your camera and charger, sleeping mat, sleeping bag, a small towel, a head torch, a water bottle, books and personal snacks, etc.   On arrival, we will have the chance for a short evening game drive in the Maasai Mara NP before heading to our campsite. The Maasai Mara is an incredibly scenic area and is one of the world's greatest places for wildlife spotting which is absolutely teeming with giraffe, buffalo, zebra, elephants, lions, cheetah, leopards, and other big game!  

    Day 19 Masai Mara

    Today we will go out for the full day game driving in the NP before returning to our campsite for a second night. There is also the opportunity for a balloon flight over the savannah - demand for this activity is very high so you must reserve this at the time of booking your trip to avoid disappointment.

    Day 20 Nairobi

    Today we will have a final game drive in the Maasai Mara in the early morning, before heading back to Nairobi and our campsite in Karen, arriving at about 4:00pm or 5:00pm. This is where we will meet our overland truck and start using the truck's camping equipment.

    Day 21 Nairobi

    Border Information: If you are joining the trip in Nairobi, you will most likely enter Kenya at Nairobi Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (IATA code: NBO). Welcome to Nairobi! There will be a group meeting today at our joining hotel at 10:00am - your tour leader will meet you at the hotel reception or will leave a note at reception telling you where this important meeting will take place. You will then have time to explore Nairobi fully - possible activities include visiting the Karen Blixen Museum, the National Museum and the Langata Giraffe Centre. Your tour leader will let you know some of our reccommendations however you are more than welcome to move through the city independently for the day!  

    Day 22 Amboseli NP

    Today we will head to Amboseli NP. Here you can experience the iconic view of the African plain with Mount Kilimanjaro standing majestically in the background. We will drive through the park in our truck keeping a keen eye out for all of the animals we will pass.

    Day 23 Arusha

    Border Information: Exit Kenya at Namanga, enter Tanzania at Namanga. We will have an early start as we head south to cross the border into Tanzania. We will go to the town of Arusha, where we will stop for food shopping in preparation for our excursion to the Serengeti NP.  We will then head to our campsite on the outskirts of Arusha. On arrival we should have time to go on an optional walk to a nearby Maasai village, or visit a reptile house and snake-bite clinic that are run by the campsite. We will also prepare and re-pack for the Serengeti excursion starting the following day. In Arusha we stay in a well equipped campsite.

    Day 24 Tarangire NP

    Today we will be met by our fleet of 6-person 4x4 jeeps - we will load the jeeps with our camping and personal gear, and then head out for our 4-day excursion to the Tarangire NP, Serengeti and Ngorongoro Crater, leaving our truck behind. We will also be leaving our large bags behind (where they will be stored in a secure location), and advise you to bring along a smaller daypack for your personal gear for this trip that will need to be packed soon after the group meeting before we set off. You should pack clothing for 4 days (including a warm jumper or fleece and long trousers), a waterproof jacket, toiletries (including sun screen and insect repellent), your camera and charger, a small towel, a head torch, a water bottle (as there are no single use plastics or bottles available during this excursion), books and personal snacks, etc. We will have a safety talk with our safari guides and then on to a day drive within Tarangire NP followed by a treetop walkway in the afternoon. You should have many oportunities for photographs so remember your cameras! Once we make it into our camp site we will have our evening meal before the opportunity for a night game drive to Lake Manyara.

    Day 25 Serengeti NP

    This morning we will make our way down into the plains of the Serengeti. We will take an evening game drive around the savanna before heading to our campsite - the area is one of the world's premier spots for wildlife viewing and we hope to be able to find elephants, lions, leopards, giraffe and other big game during our time here! Tonight we will stay at a campsite within the Serengeti NP. The camp where we stay is very basic (with showers and flush toilets, but no other facilities) but is located right in the middle of the plains, surrounded by animals and their nocturnal noises! Your leader will outline the basic safety rules to be followed when camping in an unfenced location where wild animals are present. We will return to our campsite for lunch, and then aim to exit the Serengeti early afternoon. We will head back through the conservation area to our next campsite, on the rim of the Ngorongoro Crater, where we will arrive in the early evening. Again, the campsite tonight is very basic and unfenced. It can often be quite cold on the crater rim so it is recommended that you take some warm clothes for this night.  

    Day 26 Serengeti NP

    The next morning we will get up very early and we set off in our jeeps for an early morning game drive in the heart of the Serengeti plains. The early morning is the best time of day for wildlife viewing, as many of the animals are at their most active while it is still cool. There is an option this morning to take a hot air balloon flight over the Serengeti instead of the game drive - demand is high for this activity, so this must be pre-booked at the time that you booked your trip with us.

    Day 27 Arusha

    This morning we will have another early start to descend into the world-famous Ngorongoro Crater for a morning game drive. Again, the Ngorongoro Crater is an outstanding area for wildlife spotting, often described as a 'natural wildlife enclosure'. This is the best chance on the excursion to spot black rhinos as well as a myriad of other big game. We will spend as long as our entry tickets allow in the Ngorongoro Crater before departing, which will usually give us about 3-4 hours of game driving. We will then be dropped off at our campsite back in Arusha, where we are re-united with our truck. We will have a well-deserved free afternoon to relax at our excellent campsite or to do some of the optional activites on offer here.  

    Day 28 Lushoto

    This morning we will set off again in our overland truck and head east to Lushoto via Marangu, where we have a nightstop camping in the grounds of a beautiful colonial hotel at the base of Mount Kilimanjaro. We will go past the whole length of Mount Kilimanjaro where we'll hope for clear skies and fantastic views of the mountain from the road. 

    Day 29 Lushoto

    In Lushoto we will camp in the grounds of a hotel. We have 2 nights here. Today we can go on a mountain walk for the morning and visit some great viewpoints. We have time to recharge before we are on the move again!

    Day 30 Zanzibar

    Border Information: If joining at Zanzibar, you will most likely enter Tanzania from Zanzibar Abeid Amani Karume International Airport (IATA code: ZNZ).There will be an informal meet-and-greet and orientation of Stone Town with our local Zanzibar guide at 6:00pm - please meet at the reception of the joining hotel at this time if you wish to take part in this orientation. Please note that you will not usually meet your regular crew tonight, as they will be arriving in Dar es Salaam this evening and will travel to Zanzibar with members of their previous group tomorrow. Please note that the first 4 days of this section overlap with our "YND - Nairobi to Zanzibar" trip, so some of the group that come to Zanzibar will leave before we take the ferry to Dar es Salaam. This is because Zanzibar is part of both trips, so it means customers going all the way through do not follow our Zanzibar itinerary twice!

    Day 31 Zanzibar

    Today will be a free day to explore Stone Town, the atmospheric old town on the exotic and beautiful island of Zanzibar! Your crew will arrive on Zanzibar this afternoon, and there will be an important meeting at 6:00pm at the joining hotel - there will then be the option going for sunset drinks at Africa House and heading out to the night markets for a local dinner.

    Day 32 Zanzibar

    On our second day on Zanzibar we will join our local guide for a very interesting and informative tour around the sights of Stone Town and learn about the history of the island. We will then head away from town and take in a tour of a spice plantation, enjoy a local lunch with our guide, then head to Nungwi beach at the very north of the island. Nungwi is the Indian Ocean at its best - bright white sand, sparkling blue sea outstanding seafood and a fantastic chilled atmosphere.

    Day 33 Zanzibar

    On our third day on Zanzibar, we will have free time to enjoy Nungwi beach and relax, or to try snorkeling, diving, or other beach activities, or maybe go further afield looking for Red Colobus monkeys in the Jozani Forest.

    Day 34 Dar Es Salaam

    Today we will return to Stone Town and then take a ferry from Zanzibar to Dar es Salaam, before travelling on the local commuter barge from the city centre to the suburb of Kigamboni. The ferry will take about 2 hours and 30 minutes. The rest of the afternoon will be free to relax at the campsite.

    Day 35 Iringa

    We have a couple of big drives ahead of us to reach Malawi, starting with a journey out of Dar es Salaam and through the hills of the Mikumi NP. We will stay on a working ranch 52kms south of the town of Iringa.

    Day 36 Chitimba

    Border Information: Exit Tanzania at Songwe, enter Malawi at Songwe. Today is another travel day as we cross the southern highlands of Tanzania and enter Malawi, arriving at the beaches of Chitimba on the northwestern shores of Lake Malawi.

    Day 37 Kande

    This morning, depending on the preferences of the group, we may have to chance for a short village walk or a woodcarving lesson in Chitimba. We will then continue south along the coast of Lake Malawi to Kande beach, a beautiful spot on the lake shore.

    Day 38 Kande

    Today we will have a free day on Kande beach to relax or to get involved in some of the optional activities available here - there are watersports on the lake, horse riding through the forests and on the beaches, and village walks to see a little bit of the life of the local Tonga people.

    Day 39 Lilongwe

    Today we will head to the Malawian capital of Lilongwe. Hopefully we will arrive by mid-afternoon so that we have the chance to explore the city, its markets and its shops.

    Day 40 South Luangwa NP

    Border Information: Exit Malawi at Mchinji, enter Zambia at Mchinji. Today our journey continues across the Zambian border to the stunning South Luangwa NP, where we will stay for 2 nights. If we make good enough time on the drive to the campsite, then there may be opportunity for an optional extra game drive upon arrival tonight.

    Day 41 South Luangwa NP

    Today we will have an included early morning game drive and an included evening game drive, both in open-sided safari vehicles. South Luangwa NP is a hidden gem on the safari circuit; it is rarely visited due to its remote setting, but has some incredible populations of wildlife and is one of the only parks in Southern Africa that is open for night driving with spotlights when many of the big game is at its most active. 

    Day 42 Luangwa River

    Today we have a full day drive towards the Lower Zambezi area.

    Day 43 Lower Zambezi Area

    Today we drive to our well equipped campsite on the banks of the Lower Zambezi.  Tonight we will meet our guides who will take us on our two-day canoeing expedition on the Lower Zambezi on the following day - they will give us a full briefing about the canoeing trip on arrival.

    Day 44 Lower Zambezi Area

    Today we head out on our 2-day/2-night canoeing trip on the Lower Zambezi river. This is a fully participatory expedition - everyone will pair up, go out in 2-person canoes and paddle themselves, following the lead boat! Everyone also gets involved in setting up the camps and cooking. All of our gear will be carried in a supply canoe, and wild camps are erected on islands in the river along the way. This is a fantastic way to see the river, the scenery and some of the wildlife in the area!

    Day 45 Lower Zambezi Area

    Today we have our second day out on the river. By now you will have a keen eye for wildlife and be well on your way to being a pro at paddling!

    Day 46 Livingstone

    After breakfast, we have an early morning transfer from our second island wild camp on a fast barge back to the truck, and then continue our journey to Livingstone, on the Zambian side of the world-famous Victoria Falls.

    Day 47 Victoria Falls

    Border Information: Exit Zambia at Victoria Falls, enter Zimbabwe at Victoria Falls. Today we cross the border to Zimbabwe and to the world famous Victoria Falls, the largest waterfalls in Africa! Upon arrival in Victoria Falls we will go for a briefing for possible optional adventure activities, then we will have an included visit to the main viewpoints over the awe-inspiring Victoria Falls.

    Day 48 Victoria Falls

    Border Information: If you are leaving the trip in Victoria Falls, you will most likely depart Zimbabwe at Victoria Falls Airport (IATA code: VFA).Today is a free day to take advantage of the vast array of adventure activities on offer in the area. If you are interested in a full day of activities here, we advise that you don't book a flight out earlier than 6:00pm, or just aim to stay an extra night, in order to give yourself enough time to do so. Today is the end day for passengers finishing their trip in Victoria Falls. Please note there is no accommodation included on the trip tonight - please contact the Sales Team if you are interested in booking extra nights of accommodation in order to fully explore and take part in some of the optional activities listed below.

    What’s included?


    Trek on foot in the Budongo Forest in search of habituated chimpanzees

    Launch cruise on the River Nile to the mighty Murchison Falls

    Head out game driving in our overland truck in Murchison Falls National Park Safari in QEII National Park Trek out for this once in a lifetime experience - Gorilla Tracking with the endagered Mountain Gorillas in the Impenetrable Forest

    Safari in Lake Nakuru National Park

    Head out on a phenomenal safari in 4x4s into the Maasai Mara - one of the best areas in Africa for wildlife and scenery

    Spend the afternoon out on a game drive hopefully witnessing the huge herds of elephants that roam here

    Head on an unforgettable safari in 4x4s into the Serengeti, Tarangire and Ngorongoro Crater National Reserves - three of the world's most incredible areas for wildlife spotting

    Half day trek out to the stunning Irente view point and community visit to the Irente villages

    Guided tour of Spice Plantations and local lunch on the spice island of Zanzibar

    Take a guided tour of the beautiful and historic streets of Zanzibar's Stone Town 2 nights in South Luangwa National Park, known for its abundande wildlife, with two included game drives

    Spend 2 days and 2 nights on the Zambezi, travelling in canoes and wild camping on the islands - an experience of a lifetime! 

    Visit to the incredible Victoria Falls


    Camping 38 nights
    Basic Hotel 1 night
    Multishare Hostel 1 night
    Camping without facilities 3 nights
    Comfortable Hotel 4 nights

    Local transport

    Overland Expedition Vehicle, Jeep, Private Bus, Ferry, Canoe


    Breakfasts x 102, Lunches x 80, Dinners x 80

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