Mountain Gorilla

1 day Gorillas Trekkin

This one day Gorilla trekking trip in Uganda Starts in Kisoro and Ends in Kisoro. The Tour requires very early pick up and late drop off. The gorilla groups are allocated to the guests at random at the park headquarters. Fortunately for you, our experienced guides have over time built a strong relationship with the park wardens which gives our safari great access! Come explore Africa with us!Learn More

Mountain Gorlla

2 Day Gorillas Trek

This two days tour will start and end in Kigali which is a closer drive to Bwindi National park than it is from Kampala, The first day will be for travelling from Kigali to Bwindi via Gatuna Border, then track gorillas on the second day and return to Kigali the same day after Gorilla Trekking. The Bwindi Park is a biodiverse, mountainous area in southwest Uganda. It’s home to world’s remaining mountain gorillas, who feed on roots, leaves and fruits from the park’s many tree and fern species.Learn More


3 Day Gorillas Trek

This three days tour will start and end in Kampala with gorilla tracking in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park located in South Western Park of Uganda, 8hours drive from Kampala, the capital city of Uganda. This three days tour may as well start and end in Kigali-Rwanda, which is a closer drive to Bwindi National park that it is from Kampala to Bwindi National Park. The first day will be for travelling, then track gorillas on the second day and return to Kampala on the third day.Learn More

Welcome to Uganda

Uganda is a landlocked country in East Africa whose diverse landscape encompasses the snow-capped Rwenzori Mountains and immense Lake Victoria. Its abundant wildlife includes chimpanzees as well as rare birds. Remote Bwindi Impenetrable National Park is a renowned mountain gorilla sanctuary. Murchison Falls National Park in the northwest is known for its 43m-tall waterfall and wildlife such as hippos. In the southwest, Queen Elizabeth National Park’s wetlands, rainforests and rolling plains shelter big game like lions and elephants. There’s hiking and climbing in Mount Elgon National Park, whose namesake extinct volcano rises 4,300m above the park’s caves and hot springs. The vibrant capital, Kampala, is home to the Uganda Museum, which explores the country’s tribal heritage. The city’s Lubiri Palace is the former seat of the Buganda Kingdom. On the shores of Lake Victoria lies Entebbe, a British colonial town with popular beaches.

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