Farmlife, Hotsprings And Waterfalls Safari

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  • 4 Days
  • Availability May 12
  • Uganda

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Day 1 Fort Portal is perhaps the most attractive town in Uganda, situated amid lush rolling hillsides swathed in neat tea plantations, tens of crater lakes and offering excellent views across to the glacial peaks of the Rwenzori Mountains to the West on a clear day. The area around Fort Portal has one of the world’s densest concentrations of volcanic crater lakes formed about 10,000 years a go by the tectonic activities associated with the Great Rift Valley. The rich volcanic soils provide a favorable environment for agriculture and most of the country’s vegetables are grown here. The neat terraced farm plantations cover the hills making this picturesque landscape look like it is covered by giant green quilt. Proceed to Dika Farm. Here you will check in and spend the rest of the day at leisure enjoying the rural setting of our farm. Day 2 Today you will explore more of our farm. We have different activities to cater to anyone who wants to relax and experience farm life. Learn the basics of integrated organic farming and enjoy the amenities of the farm. The Value added farm ranch provides pleasure as well as recreation, information, education and other worthwhile cultural experiences. You are welcome to take a walk around the farm, see how we grow our vegetables and just enjoy the outside life. Children also amuse themselves plenty at the farm and enjoy the space, freedom and nature. Climbing trees, feeding the animals, playing hide and seek, birdwatching, building dams in the water, baking bread at the campfire and so on. You will find Dika Farm a perfect place to come to rest and enjoy the peaceful rural environment. Day 3 Today after breakfast you will be transferred to Semiliki National Park. Semiliki is one of the less toured National Parks, but its one of the most beautiful parks in Uganda.  The area that Semuliki National Park covers is a distinct ecosystem within the larger Albertine Rift ecosystem. The Albertine Rift or Africa’s Western Rift Valley is one of the most biodiverse regions of the African continent. With more than half of Africa’s birds, 40% of Africa’s mammals and about 20% of its amphibians and plants, it contains more vertebrate species than anywhere else on the continent. It also conserves more threatened and endemic species than any other region of Africa, and as a result is a Biodiversity Hotspot, a Global 200 Ecoregion and an Endemic Bird Area. Semiliki National park is located at the junction of several climatic and ecological zones, and as a result has a high diversity of plant and animal species and many microhabitats. Most of the plant and animal species in the park are also found in the Congo Basin forests, with many of these species reaching the eastern limit of their range in Semuliki National Park. You will go for a nature walk in the forest looking out for the wonderful, rare species found in the park. The tour will also lead you to the Hot springs and the Semiliki river. Enjoy the wild species of the Albertine Rift Valley. You will have a picnic lunch. Return to the Farm in the evening for dinner and overnight. Day 4 Today you will tour the wonderful crater lakes and water falls located within our area. There are about fifty crater lakes around Kasenda in Western Uganda guarded by steep volcanic slopes, but you would not know it, because this is another of Uganda’s hidden and under explored gems.  They are due west of Kibale National Park, and just East of the Rwenzori Mountains, and right off people’s maps.  Even Ugandans who have heard of them have trouble pronouncing their tribal names, so the whole region generally slips off the radar of travelers. Around the little town of Kabata lie about twelve lakes and Mahoma waterfall, which makes it a wonderful place for a walk.  The lakes are all surrounded by intensely steep crater rims that generally keep everyone out, and create little sanctuaries for monkeys and birds.  However, they are of varying depths, with the shallow ones a murky milk chocolate brown and prone to carry bilharzia, while the deeper ones are glittering sapphire swimming holes for local children. Different people have different favorite lakes.  A popular choice is the Nyinambuga lake as people recognize it from the back of the Ugandan twenty-shilling note. There are the more scenic ones like the beauty of Rukwanzi, and the quiet swimming docks of Lyantonde.  Whatever you decide, we make sure you take a seat at the bottom of Mahoma falls after hiking around in the heat of the day, and let it massage your back and feet. Day 5 Today you will have a city tour of Fort Portal and learn more about the history of our beautiful town. Learn more about Sir Gerald Portal who the town is named after, tour Tooro kingdom Palace, Karambi tombs and the Botanical gardens. End with a tour at Amabeere ga Nyina Mwiru for a fascinating cultural visit and enjoy the Legendary story of a beautiful princess and her brutal controlling father. Proceed to Kampala where you will be dropped off at your hotel. END OF SAFARI

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