Visit Fort Portal, Amabere Caves, and community walk
After early morning breakfast, you will get yourself ready to hit the road which will take you to Fort Portal, where you will make a stopover in Mubende town for a quick snack and buying refreshments. You will hit the road again expecting to stop over in Fort Portal town for lunch and then drive to the Amabere Caves. You will trail down the caves for a spectacular view. While there, you will be able to sight caves with the stunning stalactites and stalagmites with the milky substances within a water fall. The local guide will take you through the History and tradition of this area. After you will then go for hiking along the hills that are as a result of volcanic eruptions, you will trail round the hill up to the top which offers a wonderful view. You will also sight swamps/ wetlands, the crater lakes which are a result of volcanic eruptions still and these provide a breath taking view. After the hiking, you will go done the hill as you go to check in at mountains of the moon hotel. After checking in, you will refresh yourself and then take a short nap. In the evening, you will go a community walk in the fort portal town to mix freely with the hospitable Batooro people and also you can stay in the town for the night life in the bars and the clubs. Dinner and overnight at any hotel of your choice.
Transfer to Semuliki game reserve for game drive and hot springs
After the morning breakfast, you will hit the road to Semuliki game reserve for a game drive where you will see animals like buffalos, warthogs, chimpanzees, monkeys and many bird species. After the game drive, you will check out the Sempaya hot springs whereby you will witness water booing its self-using the natural forces. Then you will drive back to fort portal town in the evening and check-in at any hotel for diner and overnight.
Visit Tooro kingdom palace and transfer back to Kampala
After morning breakfast, visit the Toro kingdom palace and the other cultural sites around the town. The Toro Kingdom is a home for the world’s youngest king “Oyo” Students will learn about the history of Toro kingdom traditional dress code, language spoken, about the past kings and where they are buried among others, then also the numerous artifacts that represent their culture. You will get to know more about Tooro kingdom and people while at the palace because there will be a local guide to take you through the history of Tooro kingdom in details.
Then you will hit the road back to Kampala but expecting to eat lunch on the way either in Kyenjojo or Mubende town. Then you drive to your hotel in Kampala or Entebbe.