You will be speechless but awestruck throughout your 3-day fort portal city tour! This is one of the most visited destinations in the world, as well as the tourism city of Uganda. There are approximately 27 unique crater lakes in the district, as well as evergreen plantations and beautiful fauna. Visit the crater lakes, kings' place and dance to the African drum beats in Isunga community, as well as trek to the top of the world, Amabere caves and visit several crater lakes.
The safari begins and ends in Entebbe International Airport/Kampala City, including a wide range of delicious meals, accommodation, exciting experiences and transportation options.
Arrive, be briefed and begin the 6-7 hours’ journey to western Uganda's Fort Portal, one of Uganda's smartest cities and a tourism powerhouse. As the tour progresses, you will be treated to a variety of plantations, breathtaking scenery and bustling towns.
When you finally get to your destination, drive to the lodge for some rest and lunch before going for an afternoon stroll through the city and a visit to the Toro King’s Palace. Dinner and night's sleep are the perfect way to end this day.
Energize yourself with a morning meal before embarking on a tour to Fort portal crater lakes and the top of the world hike to view Ndali-Kasenda craters. Fort Portal City boasts approximately 27 different crater lakes scattered in all the corners, as well as a range of tea plantations. Here you learn about the importance of tea to this community, how it grows, as well as sample its flavor. You can request a canoe ride at one of the crater lakes to see the best of the crater lakes.
Lunch break will be followed by an afternoon climb to the top of the world, photo opportunities, and Isunga community vibes. While gazing out to the rolling hills and plantations from the top of the world, you will be awe - struck by the beauty of Mother Nature. The day comes to a close with a performance by the Isunga village, followed by refreshment, dinner and evening nap at the lodge.
Today, start your day with a delicious cup of coffee at the lodge, then head to Amabere Caves, a unique geographical, cultural and historical feature. The rock caves resemble woman's breasts and are dripping with water.
This place was named after the daughter of one of the oldest monarchs of this area, king Bukuku and was produced by stalactites and stalagmites. Nyinamwiru rock drips with water and it's quite gorgeous. Before commencing on your 6-7-hour trip to Kampala city/Entebbe international airport, you will appreciate and photograph the Nyakasura hills and climb themajestic Kyeganywa hill.
End of safari.