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Gorilla Trekking Permit Information – Uganda Gorilla News

Whether Ugandan or not on a Gorilla Safari in Uganda, you need a Gorilla trekking permit to track Gorillas in any of the Gorilla parks. Gorilla permits so often sell-out so to avoid inconveniences and disappointments, you need reserve your permit in advance to go Gorilla trekking in Uganda, at least 4 months in advance. It is smart to remit payment for your Gorilla permit as soon as possible because it gives the tour operators ample time to process your permit and make excellent travel arrangements for you.

The chances to see the Gorillas in Uganda is high once you acquire a Gorilla permit. Unlike earlier days when it was so tiring to find Gorillas, today it is easy to see and have a wonderful Uganda wildlife Safari experience with the Gorillas because Gorilla families have become accustomed to humans and also an advance team is sent to identify the location of the Gorillas prior to your trek making it fairly easy to see the Gorillas.

In Uganda the Gorilla permits are officially sold by the Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA), though booked by the desired tour operator, and a gorilla permit in Uganda costs US$600 per day per person for foreign nonresidents. Prime Safaris & Tours Uganda will process your Gorilla permit at no extra cost and have not experienced any trouble regarding booking of Gorilla permits in Uganda. Rest assured to get a genuine Gorilla permit with the reservations team.

For guests interested in Gorilla Safaris in Rwanda, a gorilla permit in Rwanda costs $1500 while the cost in Congo is $400, for those interested in Congo Gorilla Safaris. Gorilla permits in Uganda lower to $450 in the peak season period of November, and it is considered to be the last peak season, so enf=davour not to miss out gorilla trekking while on a Uganda Safari

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