3 Days Uganda Gorilla Tour

Safari overview

Africa offers a once-in-a-lifetime adventure. Simply put, seeing mountain gorillas in their natural habitat is the best way to reconnect with your cuisine. East of the African continent lies the beautiful country of Uganda. The trip brings you to one of the world's largest and most well-known locations for gorilla trekking.

The world's highest population of critically endangered mountain gorillas can be found in Uganda's south-western Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. With many birds, primates, and other animals around, you will have the best possible tropical forest experience. Pickup and drop-off occur at the predetermined location.

Detailed trip

Day 1: Kampala / Kigali to Bwindi Impenetrable National Park

Meet our company representative this day; they will make your gorilla trekking tour extra special. After receiving a briefing on what to expect on the tour, you can relax with a cup of juice or coffee. The next step is a long day's drive to the western side of Uganda, with sights set on the sweeping hills, numerous plantations, dispersed homesteads and more.

After a lunch stop along the way, you'll arrive at your lodge in one of the park's four sectors in the evening. Feed your intestines a delicious dinner and then unwind with a quiet nap at night.

Day 2: Gorilla trekking And Batwa pygmy visit

Start After a hearty breakfast at the lodge, start the day with a trip to the park headquarters for a pre-trek briefing. Here, ranger guides will inform you of the trekking rules and regulations, describe the several gorilla families, and assign you to one. The lush forest, bush, and other elements of gorilla trekking require enthusiasm and guts. It takes between 2 to 8 hours under the leadership of an experienced ranger guide to find the gorillas just where they were last seen, plus an additional hour for photography and questions. No matter how happy you are, you must adhere to the hiking regulations and pay attention to the ranger guide's instructions.

After your meeting with the endangered mountain gorillas in their natural habitat, you can have a lunch break and relax. You'll spend the evening seeing the Batwa pygmies, who are among the world's shortest people and whose legends revolve around the Forest where their ancestors once lived. They will amuse you with songs, group walks, and other activities. Dinner and an overnight stay mark the conclusion of this day.

Day 3: Departure

Enjoy a strong cup of coffee to start your day, then check out to be taken to your choice drop-off location, either Entebbe International Airport or Kigali, Rwanda. You can stop for lunch, photos, and to see the demonstrations at the line between the earth's northern and southern hemispheres if you're traveling to Kampala by car. The journey will come to a stylish close for you.

End of Safari