Gorilla trekking in Uganda is the peak of extreme wilderness experience discovered no place else in this region. An entire day of infiltrating the shrubberies of Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park one next to the other the mountain Gorillas, Just exciting. No words can depict this! Have a gaze off with a SilverBack, or simply take Selfies with him. You can’t miss this trip, my companion, due to the force, dread and euphoria you get within the sight of these creatures. Go to a long companionship.
Day 1: Arrival into Uganda
On arrival, our Uganda Safari Company guide/driver will pick you and transfer you to the lodge. Our guide will brief you about the program for your trip that starts the following day. In the event that it's still early, You’ll take a drive around Entebbe Town and later, take you back to the visitor house for a medium-term.
Day 2: Drive to Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park
Uganda Safari Company driver/guide will pick you up from the visitor house and drive to Bwindi National Park with a stop at the equator for a water showing, remain in the two halves of the globe at the same time, evaluate a portion of the local drums and have a relaxing photo minute. In the wake of shaking and gesturing to our Kiganda cultural sounds, you will drive to Mbarara, visit Igongo Cultural town for cultural endeavour about the conventional methods for Banyankole individuals of western Uganda. Then you will eat and drive to the Rushaga Gorilla lodge in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park. There you will eat and go through the late evening planning for the following day of an extraordinary experience in the impervious forest.
Day 3: Gorilla Trekking
Start with an early breakfast and afterwards drive to the briefing focus only 5 minutes away. You will be told the do’s and don’ts of the forest, how to carry on around the Gorillas. This will set you up for this stunning day-long hiking experience. You will begin the path looking at Birds, Monkeys, Butterflies as you infiltrate the bushes until you go over your primary objective, a Gorilla family. You will tail them for about 60 minutes, then begin to follow your way back.
Day 4: Batwa Community Walk
You will eat and your guide takes you for a nature walk and a networking walk to see one of the last groups of short-statured individuals otherwise called dwarfs; individuals, and until Bwindi Rainforest was gazetted as a National Park they carried on with a tracker gather way of life in the forest. They are currently the absolute least fortunate individuals on the planet with a high newborn child death rate and maggot anticipation.
Day 5: Drive Back to Entebbe
Wake up to a hot coffee and settle up with the lodge and start the journey back to Entebbe. You will, in any case, have the opportunity to take photos of the wonderful tea estates and possibly stop and interface with networks en route.
- Airport Pickup
- Park Entry Fees
- Safari Guides