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Brief information about the tour

This 1 Day Gorilla Trekking Uganda begins at Kabale or Kisoro, both of which are located on the lovely outskirts of Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. The gorilla trip includes one gorilla permit, which costs $800 per person and is included in the final price. This 33-square-meter national park was established in 1993. It is home to four habituated gorilla groups: Habinyanja, Mubare, Nkuringo, and Rusengura. Furthermore, the park is home to 12 gorilla families that travelers may hike through.

Approximately 120 mammals, 27 kinds of chameleon, 348 bird species, 220 butterflies, and a variety of flora are present in the park, including 1000 blooming plants, 163 tree species, 104 species of ferns, and many more. Horn birds and Turacos are the most common species found here. Mountain gorillas, colobus monkeys, and chimpanzees are the most common primate species living here.

Day By Day Tour Summary

  • Day1: Gorilla Trekking Uganda

1 Day Gorilla Trekking Uganda

After an early breakfast, your driver guide will take you up from your accommodation in Kabale or Kisoro at 6:00 a.m. Move to the mighty Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, in which you’ll arrive at the park headquarters at the time of theĀ briefing, after which you will be grouped in a group of 8, though according to the season, only 2 or 3 or 4 trackers may trek; be advised to bring sufficient water for drinking as well as sufficient snacks or packed lunch since the trek is so arduous and can take from one to eight hours depending on how these endangered giants move within the park.1 Day Gorilla Trekking Uganda

You will be accompanied by park rangers to the rain forest to begin your quest for mountain gorillas. Trekking might be difficult at times; thus, a walking stick is recommended. It also requires someone who is physically healthy and powerful. The trekkers should also have raincoats and boots because the weather is unpredictable and constantly changing. You will also need to pay $10 to have porters assist you with your stuff.

Your rangers will guide and instruct you how to manage and act with the gorillas as soon as you come face-to-face with them, mostly by standing 6 metres away from them while you enjoy observing them. It’s impossible to predict how long the journey will take because it is mostly determined by the movement and placement of the gentle giants. Following the walk, proceed to the park headquarters and back to the road leading to Kabale or Kisoro.

End Of Tour

Includes

  • 4×4 safari vehicle
  • A tour guide
  • Accommodation
  • Meals
  • Gorilla permit
  • Drinking water

Excludes

  • Tips
  • Insurance
  • Ā Visas
  • International flights
  • Beverages
  • Laundry services

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