10 Ways to Enjoy a Perfect Gorilla Safari on Budget

You can see mountain gorillas in two places in Uganda: Bwindi Impenetrable National Park and Mgahinga Gorilla National Park. Most travellers flock to Bwindi because a larger number of gorillas reside there. However, we like Mgahinga National Park because there’s only one gorilla family here, but it includes five adult silverback males, which is the highest concentration of silverbacks in any gorilla family in all of East Africa. Many people think you need to save up millions before you go on an African safari and have an enjoyable…

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What is the Best Time to Visit Bwindi for Gorilla Trekking

Whereas mountain gorilla safaris have become the most sought after experiences in the world, knowing the best time to trek these captivating creatures in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park is very crucial for any traveler who is planning a safari holiday to Uganda. Numerous arguments have been raised by travelers and notable online forums like trip advisors and lonely planet pertaining the best time to visit Bwindi Impenetrable Forest for gorilla trekking. But as a matter of fact, what may seem to be the best…

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MOUNTAIN GORILLAS AND THEIR HABITAT IN VOLCANOES NATIONAL PARK

Do you wish to become a zoologist or primatologist? Do you know where mountain gorillas are found in the world? With less than 900 mountain gorillas that are still surviving in the world, trekkers have less than 4 months this year to achieve their dreams in the remotest national parks in the heart of Africa. Mountain gorilla adventure is one of the breathtaking adventures and undoubtedly the most sought after experience that you must include in the list of activities to do while in your…

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How Long Does a Gorilla Trek Last?

The moment you mention Rwanda or Uganda, many people’s minds rush to the endangered mountain gorillas. It is true with no doubt, gorilla tracking is the most sought after adventurous safari done in these two African countries. Every year these two countries attract a huge number of travelers all over the world who live their beautiful offices and homes and come and spend some quality time with these endangered apes deep into the forest. In Rwanda mountain gorillas are hosted  in Volcanoes national park which…

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