Ziwa Rhino Tracking Uganda – 1 Day Rhino Tracking at Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary
Ziwa Rhino Tracking: Rhino Trekking in Uganda at Ziwa Rhino and Wildlife Ranch in Nakasongola District off Kampala – Gulu Highway.
Our driver guide will pick you from Kampala in the morning to start your Ziwa Rhino Tracking trip to the only rhino site in Uganda. Ziwa Rhino and Wildlife Ranch. The Rhino ranch is accessibly located 176 km (100 miles) on Kampala – Gulu Highway in Nakasongola District. Upon arrival, you will get briefing from a ranger guide about Rhino Tracking. It is one of the best safari moments trekking rhinos at Ziwa Rhino and Wildlife Ranch since it is the only rhino habitat in Uganda.
Rhino Trekking Safari Uganda at the Ziwa Rhino and Wildlife Ranch
Ziwa Rhino sanctuary has got proficiently skilled rangers who will capably guide you through this wonderful Uganda rhino excursion. During this wild exercise, you will have the chance to spot the rhinos at a very close safe range. When you are at the Rhino sanctuary, you will also come across a collection of additional wildlife species like the reed bucks, Uganda kobs, rich bucks, hippos, oribis, monkeys and crocodiles and many more. A visitor can also enjoy do birding especially the shoebill stork plus a nature walk around the sanctuary. During the rhino tracking, you will have a chance to take photos as well asking questions about rhinos and wildlife at large.
Rhinos can best be trekked in the morning or during evening hours. The rhino tracking time ranges between 2 – 3 hours and one need to wear closed shoes, long pants plus applying some insect repellents.
After rhino trekking in the bushes of Ziwa Rhino and Wildlife Ranch, you will go to the ranch canteen and enjoy your delicious prepared warm lunch and fresh drinks, relax a bit before embarking on your journey to return Kampala. And you will reach Kampala in the late afternoon or evening. This will mark the end of the Rhino Tracking Uganda Safari.
On top of a one day rhino tracking option, tourists in Uganda can visit this rhino place on their to or from Murchison Falls National Park, one of Uganda’s largest tourist destinations with lots of animal and bird species.