GORILLA TREKKING UGANDA – BOOK GORILLA PERMITS
Gorilla Trekking Uganda is a wild Safari encounter done in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest and Mgahinga National Park. To see mountain gorillas, you only have to Book gorilla permits to confirm your trip. Uganda gorilla safaris will give you the best holiday experience in the Pearl of Africa. Enjoy vacation tour package and visit some of the best holiday destinations in Uganda. At Speedway Safaris, we offer affordable, budget and cheapest ways to see gorillas in Uganda without compromisng quality.
GORILLA TOURS TO BWINDI AND MAGHINGA NATIONAL PARK
Uganda has 17 gorilla families for trekking. To visit gorillas in Uganda, one may fly from Entebbe to Bwindi or Kisoro and connect to the parks. Another common alternative is by road from Kampala or Entebbe to the homes of the endangered primates. By road, gorilla trips start from Kigali to Ugandan gorilla parks that are closer to Rwanda. Uganda gorilla trekking from Kigali may take 1 or 2 days since Rwanda is nearer to the 2 parks. By air, the gorilla trips start from Entebbe Airport. The 3 days gorilla tours are the most common whether from Entebbe or Kigali. However, Besides gorilla tracking, visitors can do thrilling nature and community walks in and outside the parks. Bwindi has the biggest number of the primates estimated to be about 500 mountain gorillas, nearly half the world’s population.
On this website, get detailed information to guide you on your gorilla safaris. Learn about mountain gorillas, gorilla permit booking, trekking and when to visit the parks. Read about where to stay, profession gorilla trekking companies plus travel tips. Learn more about what to wear, trekking rules and regulations plus the latest updates about the gorillas. Apart from gorilla trips, we offer Uganda Safaris to all national parks and attractions in Uganda and Rwanda.
The 3 Days Gorilla Trekking tours in Uganda takes you to Bwindi Impenetrable Forest or Mgahinga National Park, the two park where gorillas in Uganda live. This gorilla safari by road runs from Kampala or Entebbe.
Enjoy gorilla tracking safari in Uganda’s Bwindi forest by flying into Rwanda and trek gorillas in Uganda. Book a gorilla permit in time and enjoy this kind of a budget safari to Bwindi.
Visit Mountain gorillas in Uganda from Kigali to Bwindi Impenetrable Forest or Mgahinga Gorilla National Park in Uganda. Trek gorillas and return to Kigali on the same day.
Gorilla habituation experience means staying for 4 hours closely with the mountain gorillas. This trip will give you a comprehensive physical closeness with the endangered primates in Bwindi Forest.
This tour involves doing gorilla tracking and taking a wildlife safari activities in Queen Elizabeth National Park. These activities include game drive and boat cruise on the magnificent Kazinga Channel.
Do Double gorilla trekking in Uganda and enjoy the endangered primates to your satisfaction. Trek gorillas for two consecutive days with different gorilla families/groups in the thick jungles of Bwindi National Park.
This gorilla tour begins from Kigali. During the trip, you will have a Kigali city tour including a visit to Kigali Genocide Memorial then transfer to Bwindi for gorilla trekking on Day 2 and return to Kigali on the third day.
Have a chance to visit and trek the Nyakagezi Gorilla group, the only family in Mgahinga Gorilla National Park. This trip can begin from Kigali or Entebbe and back. One may also fly from Entebbe to Kisoro and move to the park.
Take a flight from Entebbe to Bwindi National Park or Kisoro Airstrip near Mgahinga gorilla park for a thrilling gorilla adventure. Fly back on the third day to catch up with another international flight.
Uganda Gorilla Safari Information – Gorilla Tracking
Read about a complete guide to trekking gorillas in Uganda. Know where to find them, tracking guidelines and rules and gorilla permit availability and booking.
Some of our Uganda safari packages include a safari to Murchison Falls and Queen Elizabeth National Park. These are the biggest game parks in Uganda. Our tours take to all the national parks as well lakes, rivers and communities.