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Hiking Mountain Rwenzori

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9 DAYS HIKE
9 days mountain Rwenzori hiking trip is one of the most physical and yet still most interesting of hikes you can do while in Uganda, with mountain Rwenzori stretching high up to height of 5109 meters above sea level. Hikers and mountain trekkers that plan to embark on the trek of Rwenzori mountains can either use the central circuit or the Kilembe trekking route for the interesting trekking uphill climb Rwenzori mountain national park in Uganda, this tour can be booked based on the number of days you have at hand and level of physical ability to take on this adventure to hike up to the top of the snow capped mountains. The mountain lies close to the equator in the south we do organize trip to the area and can arrange for you one based on the days you have and guarantee your safety and security while on this trip with us
With this I have attached here with 9 days mountain Rwenzori hiking trip Kilembe Rwenzori trekking tour starts with pickup from Entebbe and ends with drop off back here at the end of the trip for your flight out, accommodation included and camping gear while at mountain and others services as mentioned below

  • Reviews 2 Reviews
    5/5
  • Vacation Style Holiday Type
    Camping, Trekking
  • Activity Level Moderate
    3/8
  • Group Size Medium Group
All about the Hiking Mountain Rwenzori.

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The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance
What is included in this tour?Items that are included in the cost of tour price.

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  • All breakfasts, lunches and dinners & dining
  • All accommodation including tea houses en route
  • All transportation including taxis and coaches
  • Flights from Heathrow if booked inc. of flight
  • Tour and trekking guide for entire journey
What is not included in this tour?Items that are not included in the cost of tour price.

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  • Travel insurance and other emergencies
  • Visa fees and entry clearing fees
  • Single room accommodations
  • Liquors, beeers and bootled beverages
  • Photography ccessories like cameras etc.
  1. Day 1 transfer to kasese

    DAY1: TRANSFER TO KASESE
    After breakfast, you will be picked up from either the airport/guest house to start your trip to Kasese. The drive will take you around 8 hours. You will have a stopover in Mubende for lunch and then proceed with the journey to Kasese for overnight at hotel in the area for overnight as your prepare yourself for the next day trek

  2. Day 2 Transfer To Sine Camp

    DAY 2: TRANSFER TO SINE CAMP
    You will transfer to the footsteps of the mountain to start the climb up from 1,450 to sine hut 2,680m where you spend a night, this hike starts from the valley floor through tall forest trees of Afro montane forest zone and continues with a steady climbs with multitudes of birds and a chance of seeing blue monkeys scampering off through the forest. At times visitors my se troupes of 15 to 20 black colobus monkeys as they swing through the tree tops. There are rare sightings of the L’hoest monkey, which are part of the Bukonzo cultural emblems and are protected by the virtue of the king or Omusinga or you may hear wild chimpanzees in the distance. There is wide spread of plant species from forest trees to bamboos thickets, low shrubs, flowers, fungi, and with many moss and lichen covered vines hanging from tall trees creating an awesome appeal. Enock’s falls are just 200 meters from shine hut and offer a splendid opportunity to capture great screensaver for your memories. At sine camp 2,596 meters we have wooden huts set between tall forest trees on narrow ridge where you may sit and enjoy the beauty of the afro montane forest while you look down at fantastic waterfall crashing over rock

  3. Day 3 Climb To Mutinda Camp

    DAY 3: CLIMB TO MUTINDA CAMP
    Trekking starts at 8:00 am and almost immediately you enter the bamboo Mimulopsis zone, which is steep climb with many high steps. Which is steep climb with many high steps? In the wet season the bamboo zone is rather muddy and slippery making the going slow. However the atmosphere and the forest is beautiful as you climb 551 meters altitudes and distance of 1.8km to Kalama camp at 3,147 meters which is in the heather-Rapanea zone where you can take arrest and quick cup of coffee or tea before heading to Mutinda camp. The trail meanders up over several small knolls along ridge top then drops down the side of the valley before climbing again, and in doing so cross several small streams and pass close to moss covered waterfalls

  4. Day 4 Hike To Bugata Camp

    DAY 4: HIKE TO BUGATA CAMP
    Wake up for breakfast at 8:00am and embark on the trail to Bugata camp is boggy particularly in the wet season but with a little skill you can step from tussock to tussock to make the going easier. First you cross the Mutinda valley through the tussock grass and everlasting flowers interspersed with many Giant lobelias before climbing a steep section up to the Namusangi valley (3,840 meters), with sheer waterfalls and looking back you get fantastic views of Mutinda peaks. The Namusangi valley is wide, with many ups and downs as the trail climbs steadily to Bugata camp AT 4,100 meters.

  5. Day 5 Hike To Hunwk's Camp

    DAY 5: HIKE TO HUNWIK’S CAMP
    Trek to Hunwick’s camp via Bamwanjarra pass. As you leave Bugata camp pass up a ridge then drop down slightly before ascending to Bamwanjarra pass at 4,450 meters where we have hut should the weather turn bad. From the pass on clear day you get excellent views of the three main peaks. The trail passes down the valley and around the edge of some bogs and thick evergreen vegetation, mos. Giant groundsel and lobelia.
    Here is possibly the best place in all the Rwenzori to observe the malachite sunbirds as it feeds on the many lobelia flowers and a known breeding site. Farther on there is some steep section before a steady climb up and over ridge to Hunwick’s camp which is situated on the top of deep valley and has good views of Mt Stanley, Mt baker, Weismanns and McConnell’s prong

  6. Day 6 Transfer To Kiharo camp

    Day6: transfer to kiharo camp
    From Hunwick’s we pass down and across the valley floor to Lake Kitendara which is very stunning with deep water and beautiful vegetation. From here you climb to Scott Elliott’s pass then up the ridge to Margherita camp 4,485 meters which is situated between some huge rocks and offering some shelter from strong winds. This is very spot where the Duke of Abruzzi camped when making his climb to Margherita peak in 1906

  7. Day 7 Descend To samalira camp

    DAY 7: DESCEND TO SAMALIRA CAMP
    Wake up at 2 am and catch an early breakfast before heading off to climb Mt Stanley at 2:30am. This is necessary as the weather has changed a lot and often even during the dryer season the mountains is closed in with heavy clouds and snowfalls from 1pm to 4pm and this happens within a shorter period of time of 10 to 15 minutes as the clouds rise up from the extensive Congo rain forest.
    For those clients with less mountaineering experience we suggest that you stay on Stanley glacier and climb up a good vantage point on rock outcrop on the southern edge of Alexandra peak to enjoy fantastic views over Congo and lower mountain ridges after ascending the peak at 5,109 meters you then pass directly down to Hunwick’s camp at 3,874 meters.

  8. Day 8 Descend to Base Camp

    DAY 8: DESCEND TO BASE CAMP
    From Hunwick’s camp we start the day by climbing up a ridge towards McConnell’s prong where you get the best views of all three peaks and Scott Elliott’s pass before reaching Oliver’s pass at 4,505 meters. The distance from Hunwick’s camp to the top of Oliver pass is 3km the trail then cuts across below Weismann’s peak to the confluence of Nyamwamba river , which flows down through Kilembe and Kasese to lake George I Queen Elizabeth national park.
    After crossing the confluence the trail meanders down the valley to Kiharo camp at which is situated in deep valley with high cliffs and dense vegetation. On the way down the valley after each bog you will climb over a ridge of stones and earth which seems out of place but actually was pushed there by slow moving glaciers which eventually stopped moving, melted and left a pile of rocks and debris in front of where the glacier once stood

  9. day 9 back to Entebbe international airport

    DAY 9: BACK TO KAMPALA/ENTEBBE AIRPORT

    After breakfast the guide will pick you from the hotel and drive back to Kampala at the hotel or drop off at the airport for departure

Hotels, Tea Houses and Lodges

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Overall Rating
5/5
Lejla Fizovic
Reviewed On 26/01/2017
5/5

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Jason Stratham
Reviewed On 19/06/2016
5/5

This tour has everything one would expect from a paradise. We were really fortunate to be a part of awesome tour group operated by best tour travel company ever.

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