Gorilla Trekking In Uganda, Rwanda & Congo (Gorilla Tours In Africa) | Uganda Gorilla Tours | Uganda Gorilla Safaris & Trips To Bwindi Impenetrable/Mhahinga
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Undertake Uganda gorilla safaris/Uganda gorilla tours and enjoy remarkable Mountain Gorilla trekking in Uganda to see the rare endangered Mountain Gorillas in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest and Mgahinga Gorilla National Park in Uganda.
We also arrange tailor-made Rwanda gorilla tours taking you Gorilla trekking in Rwanda‘s Volcanoes National Park) as well as Congo gorilla safaris offering amazing gorilla trekking in Congo’s Virunga National Park for Mountain Gorillas, as well as Kahuzi Biega National Park in Congo to see Lowland Gorillas.
These are the destinations where gorilla trekking in Africa (gorilla tours in Africa) can be done because they are the only countries where the leaving Mountain Gorillas duel in the whole world.
With over 456 Mountain Gorillas in Bwindi, and 480 in the greater Virunga massif comprised of Mgahinga in Uganda, Volcanoes National Park in Rwanda, and the Virunga National Park in Congo, Uganda has the biggest number of mountain gorillas in the world, according to the International Gorilla Conservation Program & her partners’ (IGCP) Mountain Gorilla census of 2010.
Uganda dabbed the “Pearl of Africa,” shines with greatly stunning greenery, deep clean water lakes, high soaring mountains, and highlands but also more than half of the world’s last remaining mountain gorilla population – perhaps the greatest natural treasure of all wildlife, making Uganda the best gorilla tracking safari and gorilla habituation destination.
A Uganda gorilla safari takes you gorilla trekking in Uganda‘s Bwindi National Park, known for the best Uganda gorilla tours – safaris and it is a world heritage with the biggest number of Mountain Gorillas in the whole world.
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On Uganda Rwanda gorilla tour, you will travel deep into the heart of Bwindi Impenetrable National Park for an amazing Uganda gorilla tour or to the Volcanoes National Park for a thrilling Gorilla tour in Rwanda where you will trek and see these incredible peaceful endangered Mountain Gorillas from as close as a meter, closer than you have ever imagined possible.
We have organized Rwanda gorilla safari tours & Uganda, as well as the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) for the last 10 years and we are excited to create new unique customized Rwanda, Congo & Uganda gorilla safari itineraries that include amazing mountain gorilla trekking in Rwanda, Uganda & Congo, wildlife safaris in Uganda, African cultural tours, history and nature safaris that when all combined offer you the ultimate Africa safari memory.
Gorilla tours to Uganda, Congo & Rwanda are done by our experienced professional gorilla safari guides who are always eagerly ready to take you in our 4×4 pop-up roof safari vehicles to the spectacular national parks, wildlife reserves, and amazing jungle safari destinations Uganda and Rwanda have to offer.
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A Guide To Gorilla Trekking In Uganda
Gorilla trekking in Uganda is an outdoor activity that involves hours of hiking through steep and dense rainforest jungles of Uganda Bwindi Impenetrable National Park & Mgahinga Gorilla National Park on Uganda gorilla safaris/tours, in search of habituated families of Mountain Gorillas, which are the world’s largest living primates.
In Uganda, Gorilla trekking starts at 8.00 am with a briefing on safety and gorilla trekking rules. After the gorilla trekking briefing, you are allocated a gorilla family to trek and placed in a group of 8 people.READ MORE
A Guide To Gorilla Trekking In Rwanda Guide
Gorilla trekking in Rwanda takes you to the best place to trek and see Mountain Gorillas in Volcanoes National Park which is one of the Virunga ranges of Africa. Unlike Uganda and Congo which have 2 gorilla trekking national parks, Rwanda gorilla trekking safaris are done only in Volcanoes National Park since all the country’s habituated gorillas only reside here. READ MORE
A Guide To Gorilla Trekking In Congo
Gorilla trekking in Congo is done in Virunga National Park and Kahuzi Biega National Park. The best place to go for Congo gorilla trekking safaris is the best place to trek and see Mountain Gorillas in the Democratic Republic of Congo Virunga National Park, one of the great Virunga Ranges. READ MORE
Gorilla Habituation Experience In Bwindi Impenetrable National Park.
Gorilla habituation or gorilla habituation experience in Bwindi Uganda is a slow and gentle process of training wild gorillas to get used to the sight and presence of non-threatening humans for research, gorilla trekking tourism, and conservation purposes. The gorilla habituation process takes about 2-3 years and it is carried out by a team of researchers/scientists, trackers, conservationists, and park rangers.
In Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, after one year of gorilla habituation, visitors on Uganda gorilla safaris are also offered a chance to participate in the encounter via the gorilla habituation experience. The rewards of this encounter allow 4 visitors (not 8 like on normal Uganda gorilla treks) to accompany researchers and rangers into the ‘impenetrable forest’ to spend a maximum of 4 hours with a given gorilla family at a time beating the 1-hour exposure allowed for Uganda gorilla trekking tours.
The Uganda gorilla habituation experience safari is more expensive (the permit costs US$1500) than the standard Uganda gorilla trekking permit which costs US$700, but values-wise you get a lot more in return; 4 hours with a family of mountain gorillas, fewer participants, and a more significant learning experience.
The gorilla habituation process involves a series of intense exchanges between researchers, rangers, and gorillas. First habituation has to look out for gorilla traces like cracking branches, vocalization, and particular scents to locate the gorillas. READ MORE ABOUT GORILLA HABITUATION EXPERIENCE IN UGANDA BWINDI IMPENETRABLE NATIONAL PARK
Uganda Gorilla Safari Frequently Asked Questions | Gorilla Trekking In Uganda Facts.
What is gorilla trekking?/What is a gorilla trek?
Gorilla trekking in Uganda is an incredible Africa safari experience involving travelers walking through dense tropical montane forests of central Africa in search of habituated gorillas until they find them and spend an hour with them in their natural habitat, learning about their behaviors, habits, lifestyles, taking photographs, and recording the moments. Read more
Where can I see gorillas in Uganda? Where is Gorilla Trekking done in Uganda?
Why should I visit gorillas in Uganda?
Trekking gorillas in Uganda is such a thrilling primate-watching experience that any visitor on Uganda safari shouldn’t miss out. Mountain gorillas are among the Earth’s rarest and most majestic creatures and encountering them while on tours in Uganda will make you one of the luckiest people in the world. Read more
What is gorilla trekking like in Uganda Rwanda Congo Africa?
A day of gorilla trekking in Uganda typically starts with a pre-gorilla trekking briefing where visitors are introduced to the gorilla trekking rules and regulations for their safety and for the safety of the endangered mountain gorillas. This briefing takes place at the park headquarters and starts at 7:00 am. Read More
Is gorilla trekking better in Rwanda or Uganda ?
Gorilla trekking Rwanda vs Uganda−Mountain gorillas are found in Uganda (in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park and Mgahinga Gorilla National Park), Rwanda (in Volcanoes National Park), and the Democratic Republic of Congo (in Virunga National Park). Read More
How difficult is gorilla trekking in Uganda? /Is Gorilla trekking hard in Uganda?
Mountain gorillas of Uganda are found in mountainous-forested areas and Uganda gorilla treks in search of these great apes can go up to 8 hours, scrambling through dense vegetation up steep, muddy hillsides, sometimes to altitudes of more than 3500 meters. Read More
How long does gorilla trekking take in Uganda, Rwanda, Congo Africa? /How long is a trek to see gorillas?
A gorilla trek usually lasts from 1 to 8 hours (sometimes a full day). Therefore, meeting gorillas depend on how far the group has moved since it was last observed nesting up the previous evening. However, whether it is a short or a long trek, travelers are 99% guaranteed a chance to definitely find and be triggered to an endless marvel to these peaceful… Read More
How do I prepare for gorilla trekking in Uganda?
To prepare for gorilla trekking in Uganda, Rwanda, Congo in Africa, Gorilla book your safari with a gorilla permit, check your fitness, choose jungle fit attires as mountain gorilla trekking involves climbing mountainous landscapes in search for the gorillas as well as sloping down. As you prepare for a gorilla trek in Africa carry…. Read more
What are the rules and regulations for gorilla trekking in Uganda ?
In order to ensure sustainable and safe Uganda gorilla treks, care is taken to maintain and protect gorillas and their refuge and tourist groups as well, which are accompanied these days by armed though usually inconspicuous guards. Below are gorilla trekking rules and regulations every trekker must observe. Read More
Why the age limit for trekking gorillas is 15 years?
The age limit for trekking mountain gorillas in Uganda, Rwanda, and Cong Africa is currently 15 years and any visitor below this age is considered a young vulnerable person and therefore not fit to do a gorilla trek in Africa. Below are the reasons why is the age limit for trekking gorillas in Uganda 15 years and above. Read More
What to pack for gorilla trekking in Uganda?
What to pack for gorilla trekking in Uganda, Rwanda, Congo Africa, are essential gorilla trekking gear to include on your gorilla trek parking list to carry/bring for you Gorilla safari in Africa e.g. sturdy waterproof clothing, long trousers & long sleeves, hiking boots, cameras, rain poncho, sunscreen, a hat. Read More
What to wear for gorilla trekking in Uganda, Rwanda, Congo? / How to dress for gorilla trekking in Africa
We advise you sturdy Dress in brown, grey, and green long-sleeved shirt and long trousers, Khaki zip-up trousers or jeans, to help protect against scratches. Better if you wear waterproof hiking sturdy boots, a rain jacket, a hat, gardening gloves wear, a warm sweater & enough insect repellent. Read more
What is a gorilla trekking permit?
A gorilla trekking permit is a document or card issued by Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA) that allows any traveler above 15 years of age to trek mountain gorillas in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park and Mgahinga Gorilla National Park. Read More
How many gorilla permits are available in Uganda ?
Uganda has 160 gorilla permits available daily as each gorilla family has 8 gorilla permits per day for both Bwindi & Mgahinga Gorilla Parks. The Number of Gorilla permits availability depends on the number of gorilla families and Uganda has 20 gorilla families making a total of 160 gorilla trekking permits available. Read More
How Many People are allowed to track a gorilla family or Group ?
Only eight (8) people per day are allowed to track a gorilla family/group in Uganda in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park & Mgahinga National Park, Rwanda in Volcanoes National Park or Congo in her Virunga National Park or Kahuzie Biega Nationa Park in Africa and after once you find the Mountain Gorillas after the long gorilla trek that takes 1-8 hours, trekkers/tourists are allowed to have only one (1) hour. Read More
How much is a gorilla permit in Uganda?
The cost or price of a single Uganda gorilla trekking permit is US$700 per person. The Uganda gorilla permit fees include the park entry and ranger guide fees….. Read More
Why is gorilla trekking so expensive in Uganda, Rwanda Congo Africa?
why gorilla trekking is so expensive? The cost of gorilla permits in Uganda, Rwanda, and Congo are relatively expensive due to the high costs of conserving the endangered Gorillas, sustainable gorilla tourism, improving the livelihood of the locals, cost of accommodation in the gorilla parks, that of reaching there, etc. Read More
Are there discounted gorilla permits in Uganda?
Regardless of what you may read, there are no longer discounted gorilla permits in Uganda for April, May, and November. However, affordable gorilla safaris/budget gorilla trekking in Uganda can be arranged for those who want to trek gorillas but are short of money.Read More
How do I book a gorilla permit in Uganda?
You can buy/book a gorilla permit in Uganda at Uganda Wildlife Authority headquarters in Kampala through a trusted tour operator or online at $700(non-residents), $600 (foreign resident), UGX 250000 for East African citizens per person. Rwanda gorilla permits are bought at $1500 from RDB and Congo permits can be bought at $400 from Virunga park offices. Read More
Do I need to book a gorilla permit in advance?
Yes! It is important to note that the demand for gorilla permits always exceeds the number of permits available each day, especially during the high season. If you are planning your gorilla safari during the ‘low seasons’ Read More
What is the gorilla permit cancellation policy in Uganda?
Each gorilla permit issued by Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA) has a date and set region you will be trekking gorillas−that just acquiring it doesn’t mean you can visit any time. The question is; if I am to cancel my trip…..Read More
How much does a gorilla safari in Uganda cost?
How much does a gorilla safari in Uganda Cost? The least Price for a Gorilla tour in Uganda is 900$. Find out how much gorilla trekking in Uganda costs and why. Read More
Where to stay during your gorilla safari in Uganda?
A wide range of Luxury Uganda safari lodges, Mid-range Uganda safari lodges, and budget Uganda safari lodges are available around Bwindi and Mgahinga National Parks for your accommodation during your Uganda gorilla tour. Read More
What is the best time to go for gorilla trekking in Uganda?
The dry season is the best time of the year to go gorilla trekking in Uganda. Uganda’s dry season starts from June to September and December to February. These months offer the best weather for gorilla trekking in Uganda Read More
Is it safe to visit gorillas in Uganda?
Is it safe to visit gorillas in Uganda? Oh yes, many Uganda gorilla safari visitors safely trekked and saw the Gorillas with guaranteed security in Bwindi & Mgahinga Gorilla parks Read More
Is gorilla trekking better in Rwanda or Uganda?
What is a Gorilla? How do gorillas look? Gorilla Scientific Classification
Gorillas are massive ground-dwelling apes that live in Central and West African forests. There are several examples of famous gorillas and gorilla stories known by many people around the world. Gorillas are very common primates in popular culture, and almost anyone will name at least one character, like King Kong, or those in the Planet of the Apes. Read More
Where do gorillas get their name from ?
The name gorilla was derived from the Ancient Greek word “gorilla”, which means ‘tribe of hairy women. The history of the word ‘gorilla’ dates back about 2500 years. A Carthaginian explorer called Hanno the Navigator was on an expedition to the African west coast in around 500 BC when he came across a group of predominantly female primates that he described as savage. Read More
How many species-breeds of gorillas are there ?
There are two species of the gorillas-Eastern gorilla (Gorilla Beringei) & Western gorilla (Gorilla Gorilla) and Each gorilla species is further subdivided into two subspecies as shown below. Read More
Where can you see gorillas in Africa ?
You can see Gorillas in Africa in Uganda, Rwanda, Dr. Congo for the Mountain Gorillas and the Lowland Gorillas in central Africa’s in Congo Angola, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Congo Brazzaville, Equatorial Guinea, and Gabon Read more
What is the size of the Mountain gorilla?
How do Gorillas communicate in several ways like humans do, to pass on important timely communication amongst themselves through; – sounds, postures, and gestures as well as facial expressions. Gorillas make about 22 unique sounds to communicate unique feelings Read More
What's the biggest type of gorilla?
The Eastern lowland gorilla of the Democratic Republic of Congo is the largest of the four gorilla subspecies weighing up to 250kg belonging to the bigger Gorilla Beringei subspecies.. Read More
What makes mountain gorillas unique? /What is special about mountain gorillas?
Mountain Gorillas are one of nature’s largest primates! With thicker, longer fur than other gorillas. Read More
How do mountain gorillas look like? /What special features do mountain gorillas have?
Mountain gorillas have shaggy black fur that covers most of its body leaving out the face, massive chest to mention but a few. Read More
What is special about a mountain gorilla’s nose? /Do gorillas have unique nose prints?
Contemplating what is special about a mountain gorilla’s nose? And if gorillas do have unique nose prints? Yes, mountain gorillas have unique patterns of wrinkles on their nose which differentiate them from each other.Mountain gorillas, just like humans have features that make them different from one another including;- Read More
What is the daily life of a gorilla-like?
Travelers on gorilla safaris in Africa have always been wondering: – since gorillas are herbivores, why do they have big canines? Well, teeth aren’t just for chopping meat. In particular, the gorilla’s long–sharp canine teeth are used for display, especially when it is threatened or trying to fend off other male gorillas competing for dominance. Read More
How do mountain gorillas move?
Gorillas, the greatest of the apes, are primarily terrestrial (meaning they travel on the ground) and quadrupedal which means that they use both their hands and feet to walk. More specifically, gorillas use a form of locomotion called knuckle-walking, meaning they walk on the top of their knuckles as opposed to putting all their weight on their palms. Read More
Can gorillas climb trees?
Mountain gorillas primarily live on the ground. They can spend about 5% of the day in trees, while chimpanzees spend about 61% of the day above the ground and orangutans nearly 100%. Read More
Do mountain gorillas live in families?
People have families. Mountain gorillas have families too. A gorilla family/group is called a troop. Each troop is made up of 5 to 30 individuals. The biggest gorilla group known to date was found in Rwanda’s Volcanoes National Park: It consisted of 65 individuals for a short period. A gorilla family travel together eats together and sleeps in the same location. Read More
Do gorillas live in nests? /How do gorillas sleep?
Gorillas make nests sleep in every night. At the end of the day, just before dusk, these great primates start constructing a nest where they will spend their night. Nests are carefully constructed using branches and leaves and are constructed by individuals. Nest building usually takes around 5 minutes. Read More
What do mountain gorillas eat?
Mountain gorillas are herbivores, which achieve their impressive stature on a mostly vegetarian diet. They have massive jaw muscles which help them chew tough vegetation. Read More
How much does a gorilla eat per day?
Mountain gorillas consume as large quantities of food as needed to sustain their massive bulk. An adult male mountain gorilla can consume up to 34 kg (75 pounds) of vegetation a day, while a female can eat up to 18 kg (40 pounds). Read More
Why does gorilla have canines?
Teeth aren’t just for chopping meat. In particular, the gorilla’s long–sharp canine teeth are used for display, especially when it is threatened or trying to fend off other male gorillas competing for dominance. Read More
How do gorillas communicate?
How do Gorillas communicate in several ways as humans do, to pass on important timely communication amongst themselves through; – sounds, postures, and gestures as well as facial expressions. Gorillas make about 22 unique sounds to communicate unique feelings Read More
How Intelligent Are Gorillas?, How smart is a mountain gorilla?
These great Apes have been taught sign language, they can laugh, grieve, and have great emotions. Gorillas always develop very strong family bonds among group members, have great territorial boundary protection for their domain, use tools, have memory, and think of the future. Read More
Why do gorillas beat their chest?
Silverback Mountain Gorillas many times beat their chests when perceiving danger and feel threatened by humans or an intruder, sometimes fellow gorillas or wild animals. When angry the Alpha male stands upright, hoots. Read More
Do female gorillas beat their chests?
When people think of gorilla chest-beating, they usually think of a huge silverback signaling to another male that he’s in charge. However, anyone in a gorilla group, even females and juveniles, may be seen pounding the chest. Read More
Why can’t you look in the gorilla eyes?
Gorillas do not like direct eye contact cause it means you want to challenge their dominance and hence you are considered an enemy in their domain worth being attacked. If you insist, the Silver attacks you. Read More
Can a gorilla be a pet?
Although gorilla shares almost 98% of our DNA, they do not make good pets. You may see pictures of baby gorillas and think “how cute! I would love one as a pet!” But gorillas can be AWFUL pets for several reasons them being as wild animals. Read More
What is a baby gorilla called?
Baby gorillas are called infants just like humans.Baby gorillas are called infants, just like baby humans, which makes sense when we’re so closely related. Read More
How many babies do female gorillas have?
Female gorillas have a slow reproduction rate. The maximum number of offspring they may have during their lifetime is 2-6. Normally, male gorillas have 10-20 offspring, but from different females. Read more
How long do baby gorillas stay with their mothers?
Mother gorillas stay with their younger ones until they are four years old. All this time the mothers attend to their babies until they can support themselves. A newborn gorilla weighs 5 pounds at birth and is covered with black hair. Read More
How long does a gorilla live?
The life span of Mountain Gorillas usually ranges from 35 to 40 years. Old gorillas often suffer from arthritis, which mainly damages the bones in their hands and feet. Read More
Are mountain gorillas friendly? /Are gorillas gentle?
What do you do when you encounter a gorilla? For decades, the answer might have been to scream and run. Gorillas were wild beasts that could tear cities apart or so many thought based on the movie King Kong. However Read More
Are gorillas aggressive? Can gorillas be aggressive?
Gorillas are calm vegetarians that can only become aggressive when disturbed. Gorillas are wild animals and despite the fact that they share about 98% of our DNA, a visitor on a gorilla trekking tour is required to take some precautions in order to have an exciting gorilla encounter. Read More
How strong is a mountain gorilla?
How strong is a silverback gorilla? The fact that these animals have immense physical power is one of the facts about gorillas that indicate you should treat them with caution. It’s hard to measure how strong a gorilla really is, but estimates range from around 4 to 9 times stronger than your average human. Read More
What are gorillas scared/afraid?
Certain reptiles such as chameleons and caterpillars worry the gorillas. They are also afraid of water and will cross streams only if they can do so without getting wet, such as by crossing over fallen logs, and dislike rain. Read More
Do gorillas have enemies? /Do gorillas have predators?
One possible predator of gorillas is the leopard. Gorilla remains have been found in leopard scat, but this may be the result of scavenging. When the group is attacked by humans, leopards, or other gorillas, an individual silverback will protect the group, even at the cost of his own life. Read More
Are there mountain gorillas in zoos?
No, mountain gorillas can’t survive in captivity. They are only live in mountainous forested areas of Central Africa. All gorillas in zoos around the world are lowland gorillas and mainly western lowland gorillas. Read more
Why are mountain gorillas endangered?
Mountain gorillas are endangered due to a number of reasons including human conflicts and diseases. Read More
How many mountain gorillas are left in the world?
Because there are only about 1,000 mountain gorillas left, it’s important that their population size be continuously monitored to evaluate whether, and which, conservation tactics work. Their populations must keep growing because mountain gorillas have very low genetic diversity Read More
How can we help save mountain gorillas?
Visiting mountain gorillas’ families and learning about the life of the gorillas is one way of contributing to the ongoing efforts of saving these endangered apes. The revenue received from gorilla trekking tours benefits gorilla conservation. Read More
Uganda National Parks To Visit On Your Uganda Safari | National Parks In Uganda.
Tourists on Uganda safaris visit different Uganda National Parks like:-
- Bwindi Impenetrable National Park
- Mgahinga Gorilla National Park
- Kibale Forest National Park
- Murchison Falls National Park
- Queen Elizabeth National Park
- Kidepo Valley National Park Uganda
- Lake Mburo National Park Uganda
- Rwenzori Mountains National Park
- Mount Elgon National Park
- Semuliki National Park Uganda
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