Uganda’s fame does not only stop at holding the highest number of the critically endangered Mountain Gorillas in the world but also offering all possible opportunities to track them! Uganda gorilla trekking safaris and tours in the month of November are again availed at discounted prices.
The Uganda Wildlife Authority the sole seller of Gorilla permits in Uganda through its yearly promotional Offers extended a magical offer to the world travelers intending to do gorilla safaris in Uganda, discounted gorilla permits in the months of April, May and November. Those that missed on the already concluded months, November is on the door steps and there should be no reason to challenge your ego of spending a day with Mountain Gorillas in the mist.
With a price deal of $450, the Foreign Non Resident is able to save $150 on each Gorilla Permit, a Foreign Resident saves $100 and the East African Community Citizens save 100,000/= which can be used to pay for accommodation or hire transport thus making Uganda gorilla safari tour successful at low cost.
Whether one intends to track Mountain Gorillas in either Bwindi Impenetrable or Mgahinga Gorilla National Parks, the offer applies to all. With a count of twelve (12) gorilla groups in Bwindi (other two (2) are undergoing habituation) and one gorilla family in Mgahinga Gorilla National Park, Uganda has got quite good number of gorilla permits that can allow 104 people to track on a single day. An advance gorilla permit booking would be so appropriate to secure your preferred Uganda gorilla tracking safari date.
Interestingly, though killing two birds with one stone is a saying that has no space in the conservation world, it would be self denial by failing break rules and announce that in the same month (November), the Uganda gorilla tour undertakers can stretch to Kibale National Park and track Chimpanzees at only $100 saving $50 on each permit.
This therefore, offers an opportunity to explore the remarkable Primates and a Uganda Wildlife safari experience can be included in Queen Elizabeth National Park, Murchison Falls National Park or Lake Mburo National Park.