7Day, Birding & Boat Safari

Uganda is home to over 1060 bird specie estimated to be at least 10% of the global average. We have Africa’s highest bird variety per square mile. This with a number of other unique offerings makes this a birders paradise and then some.

Day 1: to Queen Elizabeth
After briefing from our Igufa Safari’s guide, we will depart Kampala for Queen Elizabeth National Park (QENP). On our way you will pass the Ugandan equator which offers a great photo opportunity and souvenir shopping. Thereafter, proceed to Mbarara for lunch before carrying on southwest heading for the Western Rift Valley. Arrive at you lodge – dinner and overnight.

4Day, Mauritius

Day 1: Welcome to Mauritius
You will be met at Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam International Airport and be by our guide who will transfer you to your overnight hotel. Depending on time of arrival, you will go on a brief tour of your surrounding or simply take the rest of the day relaxing in the comfort of your hotel.

Day 2: Sightseeing North Tours
9.30am – head north after breakfast to explore the Northern part of Mauritius. Your drive will take you to Port Louis, capital of Mauritius, via citadel and its surrounding areas. Visit Champs de Mars race course, the world’s second oldest horse-racing club established in 1812.

Proceed to Le Caudan waterfront; rich in history from as early as the 1700’s it’s buzzing and offers a great shopping opportunity. Here you will also have lunch in view of the lagoon at the Caudan waterfront. Carry on to Pereybere Beach which is one of the most popular beaches. Get lazy in the sand by the calm ocean water before returning to your hotel.

Day 3: Sightseeing South Tours
Today, you head to Mauritius’ southern coast which features some of the country’s wildest and most attractive scenery. It’s an area with basalt cliffs, sheltered sandy coves, hidden falls and traditional fishing villages.

Some attractions will include; the extinct crater of Trou aux cerfs, the nature park of Black river, the Grand Bassin (Ganga Talao) sacred lake and a stunning 108 feet statue of Mangal Mahadev.