Uganda Mountain climbing and Adventure 16 Days 15 Nights

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Uganda Mountain climbing and Adventure 16 Days 15 Nights

This Safari trip starts from the Entebbe International Airport and ends at the same Airport. You start with -The "central circuit" trail of Rwenzori is the main hiking activity which people undertake when visiting the mountain range. The trip begins from Entebbe or Kampala. It consists of a trekking trip lasting six nights and seven days, starting from the headquarters of the Rwenzori Mountains National Park at Nyakalengija. Then the trail follows a circular path around Mount Baker, spending the night in five different Huts. The circuit gives the opportunity to see very close the peaks and glaciers of Mount Speke, Mount Stanley, Mount Luigi di Savoia, Mount Baker. Everybody is able to manage the hike, as the level of difficulty is not so high. The central circuit is the best experience of Rwenzori, its landscape and vegetations. You then return to Kampala city in readiness for Water Rafting at the Bujagali Falls and then proceed to Climb Mt. Elgon and continue to Kampala city before you venture onto Murchison Falls National Park and the Falls with a boat trip and wildlife game viewing. Return to Kampala City in readiness for your departure trip.

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