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We are a local premier Uganda Safari Company with a wide variety of services which we give to our visitors and tourists coming to East Africa. We offer Gorilla trekking tours to Bwindi, Mgahinga and Volcanoes national parks. We also offer Day tours, Chimp tracking tours, Game viewing safaris, Community tours, Birding Adventures, Rafting & Kayaking, Hiking & nature walks, Car hire and so many others. Our Uganda Safari & Rwanda Safari packages can be tailor-made according to your needs. Special offers & discounts for Gorilla trekking are available in the low seasons which are April, May & November.

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Gorilla Trekking in Uganda & Rwanda

What you need to know, when to go on a gorilla tracking trip ....

Forest so thick you can’t see the person walking less than a meter in front of you, ground as slippery as ice and at a minimum angle of 30 degrees – the mountain gorilla trekking adventure in Uganda begins! It is as unforgettable an experience as indescribable. There is something about staring into the eyes of so human a creature and seeing recognition and acknowledgement that makes it impossible to leave without a very different attitude to all our fellow inhabitants of earth.

The mountain gorillas are approximately 800 remaining in the world and they have two populations: almost half of that population is found in Uganda's Bwindi Impenetrable National Park and other in the Virunga volcanic mountains in south-west Uganda to Volcanoes National Park; in north-west Rwanda; and Virunga in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). They are listed as critically endangered by the IUCN. The Mountain gorillas live in forests high in the mountains. They are primarily herbivores, eat leaves, shoots and stems, also bark, roots, flowers and fruits. They are very social and live in groups. The mountain gorillas have thicker and longer fur then other gorillas as they live in colder temperatures. They also tend to be a bit larger than other gorillas. Mountain gorillas are usually active from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Most of their day is spent in play, climbing trees and chasing one another.

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