Reviews Gorilla Safari
Enjoy our 5-day Gorilla Safari in the Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, in Uganda, that covers half of the world's recorded mountains' gorillas. Not enough? Have a forest walk in Muyanja Water Falls and, if you want, visit the Batwa community.
Take a look to the full program:
Day 1: first night in Kampala. Out guide will welcome you at the Entebbe Airport and drive you to your hotel for the night.
Day 2: after breakfast, a guide will drive you through the rolling green hills of the Switzerland of Uganda (Kabale), with beautiful scenery and terraced farming, to Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, that is 530 km far from Kampala.
Day 3: it's the day of Gorilla tracking. Take with you your lunch boxes and all the necessary gear to track the rare Mountain Gorilla, perhaps one of the most exciting wildlife experiences. There are now only 650 left in the world! The tracking may take between 2 and 6 hours with Park Guides interpreting the flora and fauna and the lifestyle of the Gorillas.
Day 4: after breakfast, depart from Bwindi Impenetrable National park to go back to Kampala having lunch en route.
Day 5: our guide will drive you to the Entebbe Airport: it's time to leave Uganda.
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