gorilla trackingTour Prices – per Person
$2545 (1 Person)
$2265 (2 People)
$1825 (3 People)
$1615 (4 People +)
including 1 gorilla permit per person

Day 1: Drive to Bwindi Impenetrable Gorilla Forest
The Gorilla Visit Uganda guide will pick you up in the morning after breakfast, then depart from Kampala by road and head South-West to Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. Have a break in your journey for some enlightening interaction and photographic opportunity at the Uganda Equator before continuing to Mbarara Town, where we break for lunch.

You will then drive straight to Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, a habitat for the Uganda Mountain Gorillas and you will relax with the charms of the mountain rainforest. Overnight at Gorilla Resort or Buhoma community Bandas.

Day 2: Gorilla Tour Uganda in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest
In the morning, have enough breakfast to gain the power necessary for a gorilla tour in Uganda, during which sufficient strength is crucial for the exercise.

Before 8:00 am, report to the ranger station for registration and briefing by one of the ranger guides. You will trek through chunky creepers and bushes with your guides to look for Mountain Gorillas, an exercise that could last between 1 to 3 hours.

It is amazing to sit in the forest among the gorillas, paying attention to them protesting to each other. It is an amazing feeling being with these stunning human-like animals. Time allowed with these primates is only 1 hour, during which time every minute counts.

With a free afternoon at your disposal, you can alternatively take a guided stride on the Munyaga River trail that leads to three pleasant shining waterfalls with views of epiphytic ferns, tree ferns, orchid’s colorful butterflies, or have a guided village hike to see how the locals live their lives. Overnight at Gorilla Resort, Buhoma Community Bandas (FB)

Day 3: Queen Elizabeth National Park
Take breakfast and head off in the early hours to Queen Elizabeth National Park through Ishasha Sector, the southern isolated and fine-looking section of Queen Elizabeth National Park, famous for its tree-climbing lions.

It is stunning to see the lions in the trees and you will also see hippos, buffalo and topis, among others. Check-in to your hotel to have some time for relaxation at the lodge. Overnight at Mweya Safari Lodge, Mweya Hostel of Institute of Ecology (FB)

Day 4: Short Game Drive and Drive to Kampala
Take breakfast and start your return journey to Kampala, taking in a game drive to spot elephants, warthogs, waterbucks, hippos and others on your way out. Have lunch en-route in Mbarara town or Masaka and reach Kampala in the late afternoon.

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