Gorilla permits, English speaking guide allowance, Driver allowance, Car hire, Park entrance fees, Driver and Car entrance fees, and Fuel
Package Excludes :
All kinds of personal value like phone calls, medical insurance, alcoholic drinks, entertainment of different kinds, Visa and passport, tips for services from hotel staff or anything else that is not mentioned in the travel itinerary.
Day 1: Kampala - Bwindi Impenetrable National Park
Meals: Dinner and overnight at Buhoma Community Camp
Driver picks you from the hotel or Air port and travel to Bwindi National park. Have lunch in Mbarara town at Agip Motel and embark on your journey after lunch to Bwindi National park
Day 2: Bwindi -Treking
Meals: breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Begin the day with breakfast ready for trekking, which begins at 8:00am with a briefing from the UWA staff. Ensure to carry along with you rain jacket, drinking water, snacks, jungle boots, etc. The guides will lead you inside the jungle to see the shy Primates for a group you have been booked for. You may see the gorillas eating, sucking ants from a tree, swinging on vines, playing and sleeping. Do not forget to take your lunch boxes and all the necessary gear to track the rare Mountain Gorilla, perhaps one of the most exciting wildlife experiences on earth. It is most rewarding animal-based experience that clients get and others would definitely do it again if given the opportunity. There are now only 650 left in the world! The tracking may take between 2 and 6 hours but its well worth the effort. There is always an option to hire a local porter (highly recommended as it supports the local economy) who will carry your bag and literally, push you up the hills if necessary.
Day 3: Bwindi Impenetrable National Park - Kampala
Breakfast at Buhoma Community Camp in preparation for your journey back to Kampala or Entebbe. You will have lunch in Mbarara town at Agip Hotel. Stopover at the Equator for photographs and thereafter embark on your journey to Kampala or Entebbe. Meal plan: Breakfast
“End of tour”
Package Terms & Conditions :
Upon confirmation of the safari, we require a 30% deposit of the total tour cost to enable us secure the necessary reservations.
In peak seasons from July, August and September 50% of the total tour cost for the client(s) is required to safeguard the reservations and gorilla permits and Accommodation.
The balance should be paid 4 weeks prior to the arrival date.
For bookings made one month or less before departure, we shall require the full payment of the tour costs to secure gorilla permits and accommodation depending on availability.
The payment is made by international wire transfer to the company bank account in Uganda to be provided to you upon confirmation or cash payment at our office premises.
We do not accept Credit cards, Travelers Cheques as means of payment.
Should the client(s) cancel the booking of your holiday, you must do so in writing and all cancellations are subject to a certain charge based on estimated losses and calculated as follows;
The client(s) will receive no refund of any money paid once the safari has commenced .
Less than 30 days to the safari date-No refund(s)
30 - 60 days to the safari date-30% refund to the client(s)
46-90 days to the safari date - 50% refund to the client(s)
Before 90 days to the safari date-Full refund to the client(s)
Note: Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA) cancellation policy will apply for Gorilla Permits in Uganda already booked and paid for by the client(s). There will be no refund for gorilla permits, as this is a direct policy from the Uganda Wildlife authority.
Tour price are based on all prevailing economic conditions at the time of the transfer, any significant changes beyond our will be immediately communicated to our client(s).
We reserve the right to change any of the prices, services or other particulars contained in the itineraries at any time .
We also retain the right to alter or modify any prior arrangements of itinerary plan due to unforeseen circumstances like flight schedule, security matters, accommodation, bad weather or abrupt sickness of the client.
Any money paid to the Hotel/lodge will be refunded less the cost of cancellation fee levied by Hotel/Lodge.
We take United States Dollar, note denominations of either 50 or 100 and currency year 2000 and above.
All baggage and personal belongings are at all times at the passenger’s own risk.
Because of the risks associated with travel like accidents, body injury, animal attack, loss of luggage, sickness and any other form of event, Sylcon and tour Safaris Ltd cannot accept responsibility.
All clients are required to arrange valid and effective personal Insurance Scheme when booking your holiday.
We aim at safeguarding the conservation of our environment for the benefit of the local communities and the global world, so any client(s) deemed or pronounced guilty of damaging environment where tourism is based will face legal action as per Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA) laws and we have a right to refuse the client(s) from continuing the safari tour with us.