1-day Uganda equator safari is shown by special circular landmarks that were built during the regime of the late Idi Amin. So, these landmarks can be found in Kayabwe, Mpigi district along Masaka road and another in Kasese, the former being the most highly visited since it’s conveniently a one and a half-hour drive from Kampala and one and a half hours drive to Lake Mburo National Park, a one-stop for all your needs i.e., the experience, restaurants for food, clean restrooms, souvenir shops and so on.
Highlights for 1 day Uganda Equator safari
- Amazing motion experiments.
- The breathtaking Equator dividing the earth.
- Service of experienced safari guide or driver.
- En-route lunch.
- Travel in a customized 4WD safari Vehicle.
- Airport transfers.
A day tour from Kampala or Entebbe – to Kayabwe
With our tour guide or driver, you’ll depart from Kampala city and head for the equator along the Mpigi-Masaka highway. Since it is a one-day trip, you’ll take your time and could set off by 7:30 am. Because you’ll start off your journey, traveling through the districts of Mpigi as your final destination will be Kayabwe, one of the places the equator crosses Uganda.
So, the drive to Kayabwe shouldn’t take more than 2 hours as the distance from Kampala city to Kayabwe isn’t that far. Upon arrival, you’ll be warmly welcomed by one of the tour guides at the equator so as to can carry out an equator experiment.
But once the experiment done, you’ll have your lunch and maybe continue relaxing a bit and then head back to Kampala and hence calling it a day. But there are also a couple of craft shops with interesting items that you can buy as souvenirs for yourself and your family back home.
1-day Uganda Equator safari experience includes:
- Transportation by safari vehicle.
- Pickup and drop off at your hotel.
- English-speaking driver or guide.
- Packed Lunch.
- Pure bottled drinking water or soda.
- Guide and vehicle Fee.
- Driver allowances.
- All activities mentioned in the itinerary.
However, 1-day Uganda Equator tour excludes:
- Uganda visa.
- Luxury drinks.
- Tips to the local guide.
- Telephone fees.
- Personal insurance and shopping.
- Any other item not mentioned above.