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AFFORDABLE MOUNTAIN GORILLA TOURS IN UGANDA – UGANDA SAFARI NEWS

We organise exciting and yet affordable gorilla trekking tours in Uganda as part of our Uganda safari packages enabling the world travelers to spend the great time watching these critically threatened primates in their natural habitat in Uganda’s misty jungles of  Mgahinga and Bwindi National Parks.

Gorillas are endangered species of ape family and are considered to belong in same classification as human beings, so in this encounter, man is offered an opportunity to go meet his closest relatives and interact with them for one hour or four hours for gorilla trekking and gorilla habituation respectively.

Our gorilla trekking in Uganda safari trips appeal to all kinds of travelers be it luxury, mid-range and budget clients. We also organize individual, groups and family gorilla tours for those who would wish to keep together during the African safari.

The magic lies in taking advantage of discounted Gorilla permit offers such as in the forthcoming month of November 2017, one can track Mountain Gorillas at $450 instead of $600. Travellers interested in low cost gorilla safaris to Uganda can start looking into their travel plans for November.

The quality safari lodges but with affordable rates present good ground for affordable Uganda gorilla tours. Without compromising standards, the guests in various categories of budget, midrange or Luxury can get their preferable accommodation with reasonable input.

The transportation would vary depending on the choice between Safari Land cruiser, Safari Van and affordable scheduled flight. For small groups of 1 – 3 Pax, we can still offer our good 4X4 Prado TX Land cruisers for extra comfort as there would be no need for pop up roof on a short gorilla safari holiday in Uganda

Prime Uganda Safaris and Tours Ltd is committed to offering affordable safaris in Uganda without compromising service quality and standard.

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