Domestic Flights From Entebbe To Mweya | Kasese Flying Safaris
Visitors traveling to Queen Elizabeth National Park, Kibale Forest National Park, Semuliki National Park, and Bwindi Impenetrable National Park use the airstrips at Mweya and Kaese in western Uganda commonly known as the kasese flying safaris. In Uganda, there are many domestic flying options. For instance, Aerolink Uganda Limited and Bar Aviation Uganda conduct daily scheduled and charter flights from Entebbe International Airport or Kajjansi Airfield to Mweya or Kasese Airstrips.
Schedule For Uganda Flying Safaris
The morning session and the afternoon session are the times that aircraft from Entebbe International Airport to the airstrips at Mweya or Kasese are scheduled to depart.
Every day at 7:00 am and 10:15 pm, respectively, scheduled flights to Mweya or Kasese airstrip depart from Entebbe international airfield and arrive at 10:05 am and 12:05 pm, respectively.
Flights from Mweya or Kasese airstrips are scheduled to leave at 10:20 a.m. or 14:3 p.m. and arrive at Entebbe International Airport at 11:25 a.m. or 16:30 p.m., respectively.
The return flight leaves Mweya or Kasese airstrip at 14:20 and arrives at Entebbe airstrip at 16:15 on afternoon scheduled flights that leave Entebbe international airport at 12:00 and arrive at 14:15.
In addition to connecting to more other locations like Kihihi or Kisoro airstrips, Mbarara airstrip, Semuliki airstrip, among others, on request, scheduled flights from Entebbe international airport to Mweya or Kasese airstrip run with a minimum of 2 passengers.
If the scheduled services do not satisfy your demands, charter and helicopter flights from Entebbe airport to Mweya or Kasese airfield are available upon request.
Check-in opens 60 minutes prior to flight departure at Entebbe International Airport for flights to Mweya or Kasese Airstrip and 30 minutes prior to flight departure at Mweya or Kasese Airstrip. Passengers flying out of Kasese or Mweya airport.
Travelers can connect to many national parks, such as Queen Elizabeth National Park, where they can participate in a variety of activities, from the Mweya or Kasese airport.
What to do in Queen Elizabeth national park.
Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda’s second-largest park, is situated in the western districts of Kasese, Kamwenge, Rubirizi, and Rukungiri.
In addition to the lions that can climb trees in the Ishasha section of the national park, other creatures found there include buffalo, elephants, Uganda kobs, leopards, hyenas, waterbucks, gigantic forest hogs, topi, and more than 600 different species of birds. Travelers have a variety of activities to choose from at Queen Elizabeth National Park.
List Of Things to Do In Queen Elizabeth national Park on flying safaris
In a comfortable safari vehicle with a knowledgeable driver guide, game drives in Queen Elizabeth National Park can be taken very early in the morning, in the afternoon, or at night while traveling along several trails on the Kasese plains.
You may see animals such the tree climbing lions, buffaloes, elephants, warthogs, waterbucks, bushbucks, leopards, Uganda kobs, and hyenas among others in the Mweya Peninsular and Ishasha Sector.
The Kazinga channel, a waterway that connects Lake Edward and Lake George, is where visitors can enjoy a boat tour in Queen Elizabeth National Park.
You will be able to see a variety of wildlife, including elephants, buffalo, and antelopes along the water’s edge, as well as waterbirds like cormorants, hornbills, kingfishers, and bee-eaters, as well as fishermen setting up their fishing gear, while on the boat cruise, which is either done in the morning at 9:00am or in the afternoon at 2:00pm.
Chimpanzee trekking, often known as the valley of the apes, is a fascinating activity in Queen Elizabeth National Park.
It is carried out in Kyambura Gorge. Kyambura gorge chimpanzee trekking begins early in the morning with a training on the guidelines to adhere to while hiking.
Following the briefing, you will begin your 2- to 4-hour hike into the jungle in search of the chimpanzees. Once you locate them, you will spend an hour with them in their natural habitat where you may observe their activities, take pictures, and make movies.
Other activities available at Queen Elizabeth National Park include guided nature walks where you can get near to various wildlife species, lion tracking experiences, bird watching where you can see various bird species, and cultural excursions, among others.
What to do in Bwindi impenetrable national park on flying safaris
In the Kanungu district of southwest Uganda, there is a national park called Bwindi Impenetrable. Mountain gorillas, who are critically endangered, can be found in four sectors of the Bwindi Impenetrable National Park: Buhoma in the north, Rushaga in the south, Ruhija in the east, and Nkuringo in the south.
List of Things to do In Bwindi Impenetrable National Park
One of the main attractions in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park is gorilla trekking, which entails tourists exploring the tropical rainforest on foot in search of habituated mountain gorillas.
A training on the rules and guidelines to follow whilst trekking is given early in the morning before beginning the trip to see gorillas in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park.
After the orientation, you will begin your 2- to 7-hour trek into the forest in search of mountain gorillas, which depends on where they are located because they like to roam around in quest of food.
Following the safari, domestic flights from Entebbe to Mweya or Kasese airstrip will allow you to fly home after seeing other primates, bird species, and other animals up close and personal for an hour in their natural habitat.
This will allow you to observe them going about their daily lives and learning more about their habits and behaviors.
Gorilla habituation experience.
In the Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, where wild mountain gorillas are trained to become accustomed to human presence for hiking, there is an exciting activity called a “gorilla habituation experience.”
The only gorilla habituation experience in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park is in the Rushaga sector, and it begins very early in the morning with a briefing at the park’s administrative center on the rules, regulations, and expectations.
Following the briefing, you will begin a day-long trek through the forest in search of the gorillas. Once you locate them, you are given four hours to be with them in their habitat where you can observe their activities, participate in naming, take pictures, and make movies.
Batwa cultural tour.
Another thrilling activity at Bwindi Impenetrable National Park is a Batwa cultural trip, where you may speak with the Batwa people who formerly lived in the area before it was designated as a national park.
You can discover more about the Batwa people’s culture, tradition, and way of life on the cultural tour by visiting their traditional dwellings, hearing stories from their ancestors, and taking part in some of their traditional entertainment, among other things.
Kibale Forest National Park
Another national park that visitors might explore after arriving at Mweya or Kasese airfield is Kibale national park.
The western region of Uganda is home to the Kibale Forest National Park, also known as the primate capital.
What to do in Kibale Forest National Park on flying safaris
It offers activities like chimpanzee trekking, where visitors can spend an hour with the primates, and chimpanzee habituation experiences, where visitors can spend four hours with the primates.
Other activities include bird watching, kid-friendly activities, and guided nature walks.
Contact Adventure in the Wild Safaris for more details on the domestic flights from Entebbe to Mweya or Kasese airfield, or visit our website to reserve reasonably priced flying safaris.