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Safari And Gorilla Watching

Trip at a Glance

  • Locations

    Kampala, Uganda

  • Activities

    Nature, Wildlife Safari

  • Price
    £1,249 GBP per person
  • Duration

    4 days

  • Departure Day(s) and Time(s)

    March 25th - December 14th, 2016

  • Starting Location

    Kampala

  • Price Includes

    Park entrance fees, all meals, accommodations, Safari Guide, transfers, drinking water, boat cruise, two game drives, Gorilla permit

  • Notes

    You will have the pleasure of staying in Queen Elizabeth National Park with 360 degree views of the park, and in the middle of the African rainforest overlooking gorilla habitat!

Highlights

  • Get up close and personal with endangered gorillas in the wild!
  • Stay in Queen Elizabeth National Park with 360 degree views of the park.
  • Stay at beautiful game and rainforest lodges along the way.

Trip Info

For all you wildlife-loving adventurers, this four-day gorilla experience and safari is the best way to see all of the top wildlife spots in Uganda in a neatly packed schedule.

In the remote Southwestern corner of Uganda, on the border of Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of Congo, lays Mountain Gorilla Country, otherwise known as Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, Uganda’s most famous tourist destination. Deep in Bwindi you will find the fascinating creatures that attracts thousands of visitors to Uganda every year, the mountain gorilla. Looking deep into the eyes of our simian relatives, watching a family of mountain gorillas interact in the midst of the Ugandan rainforest is an experience you will never forget. This endangered primate has a total population of less than 800 left and lives only in the forests of the Virunga volcanoes and Bwindi.

Gorilla tracking is an experience like no other. To minimise disturbance to these severely endangered great apes, only eight people are allowed to track the gorillas each day, while time with the gorillas is strictly limited to one hour. As wildlife viewing goes, it’s difficult to conceive how or where on earth 60 minutes could be more rewardingly spent. Gorilla tracking offers the privilege of encountering one of the world’s rarest animals in its natural habitat, and by doing so helping to fund its continued survival.

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