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Gorilla trekking is very captivating in Uganda, you can track gorillas in both Bwindi national park and Mgahinga gorilla national park. Bwindi impenetrable forest is the most popular for gorilla safaris in Uganda; the forest holds approximately half the number of remaining endengered mountain gorillas. It is better to go gorilla trekking in Uganda compared to DR Congo and Rwanda comparing the price of gorilla permits, ease of access, service facilities, probability of seeing the gorillas and the tourist secuirity situation.
We arrange excellent gorilla trekking safaris to the Impenetrable forests of Bwindi National Park. We do help you tailor make your tour to best fit your travel budget, time and interests. Click Gorilla Safaris above to see some of our customized gorilla tours.
3 Days Bwindi Gorilla Trek
Enjoy great discounts on 3 day Uganda Safari package to Bwindi Forest Impenetrable Forest National Park, home to the endangered mountain gorillas.
Double Gorilla Trekking
This is a 4 days tour to trek gorillas twice in Bwindi Forest in Uganda. This is a life time adventure in Africa on which you will enjoy gorilla tracking twice in the jungles of Bwindi Impenetrable Forest.
Semuliki is a very attractive destination in Uganda characterised with wildlife including chimpanzees, beautiful natural scenery and more! From this park expect to see; hyenas, white tailed mongoose, leopards enjoy chimpanzee tracking .
The gorilla tour takes has a duration of 4-5 days. Visit the mountain gorillas in Bwindi Forest and enjoy game viewing in Queen Elizabeth National Park from where you may see lions, elephants, buffaloes, birds, Hippos on Kazinga Channel. Read More
This is a 7 days Gorilla safari to Bwindi Impenetrable Forest & Kibale Forests, Queen Elizabeth national park. Visit the three most to Parks and enjoy gorilla tracking, chimpanzee tracking and game viewing in Uganda.
This is a 7 days Adventure Safari takes you through both Uganda and Rwanda. See the mountain gorillas twice in both Uganda’s Bwindi Forest & Rwanda’s Volcanoes National park, wildlife in Queen Elizabeth.