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The 5 Days Gorilla Trekking in Uganda Tour is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. With an age of almost 25,000 years, the 321 sq km Bwindi Impenetrable National Park is one of the oldest woods. One of the 20 habituated mountain gorilla groups will be available for you to walk. You will also get the chance to witness other primates, such as red-tailed monkeys, chimpanzees, baboons, and black and white colobus monkeys, in addition to gorillas. Along with approximately 350 species of birds, including hornbills and turacos, this forest is also home to 130 animals, 51 reptiles, 310 butterfly species, 27 frog, gecko, and chameleon species, 163 tree species, 104 fern species, 1000 blooming plants, and 51 species of reptiles. The 2 to 8 hours it takes to go gorilla trekking are well worth it since hikers will enjoy trudging up and down the undulating hills and through the beautiful forest.


5 Days Gorilla Trekking in Uganda Tour

Day 1: Arrival – Entebbe Airport.

When you arrive, you will be welcomed by our driving guide who will take you to Kampala and provide you information on our 5-day gorilla safari in Uganda. Unwind while you get ready for the following day. Have dinner and spend the night.

Day 2: Transfer to Bwindi Impenetrable National Park

Start your second day of the 8-hour trip to the Uganda Gorilla Safari from Kampala. In the southwest of Uganda, there is a national park called Bwindi Impenetrable Forest. Even if the travel to the Virunga huge is very long, it is worthwhile since you get to take in some of the most breath-taking views of nature. Keep your cameras close by so you can record that special moment. Before heading to Mbarara town for lunch, you will make a brief break at the Equator crossing for photographs and a little experiment. You’ll start your gorgeous journey to Bwindi National Park after lunch, where you’ll have dinner and spend the night at Nkuringo Guest House.

Day 3: Gorilla Trekking in Bwindi Forest

After a leisurely breakfast, you will travel to the park headquarters to register and join others for a briefing on gorilla trekking that will cover the dos and don’ts of your safari tour that includes gorilla tracking in Uganda. Following this, you and your guides will journey into a dense jungle in search of gorillas, which might take anything between 30 minutes and six hours. The extremely thick, heavily wooded area is crisscrossed with numerous animal pathways that provide people access. You could see additional monkeys, birds, and unusual tree species on your trip. You will be able to spend an hour with the gorillas after spotting them before making the walk back to the park headquarters. After that, you’ll receive a certificate for taking part in gorilla trekking and helping to protect mountain gorillas.

You will go on a village stroll later in the afternoon, which will provide you a wonderful opportunity to observe how the locals live near the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest. Your tour guide, who is knowledgeable about the neighbourhood, starts the stroll, which is worthwhile. You’ll be astounded at how inventive the locals are as you observe and learn about their customs, and it’s also a fantastic way to directly assist the neighbourhood. Visit Nkuringo Guest House for the night.

Day 4: Transfer to Kampala City

After eating breakfast, you will be taken to Kampala. En route, you will stop at the Igongo Cultural Centre to learn about the Ankole region’s culture. From there, you will continue your trip to Kampala and spend the night at Forest Cottages.

Day 5: Kampala City Tour – Departure

The capital city of Uganda, Kampala, is a fantastic tourist destination. It is situated in the country’s centre area. The city of Kampala is spread out over a number of hills; it provides modern facilities in the blazing sunshine while also undergoing significant infrastructure development. The range of lodging options in Kampala city is from inexpensive to opulent. The great crazy city in East Africa is Kampala, which is referred to as the “East African Entertainment Capitals.” The bustling city of Kampala is one of Uganda’s most popular tourist destinations since it offers a taste of the country’s religious monuments, cultural attractions, commercial practises, and political and economic history. The Gaddafi Mosque, also known as the Uganda Supreme Moslem Council and the Uganda Museum, are two popular tourist destinations. After visiting these places, you should then drive directly to Entebbe where you will have lunch at around 6:30 pm and then check in for your flight at 15:10 pm.

End of the 5 Days Gorilla Trekking in Uganda Tour.


The 5 Days Gorilla Trekking in Uganda Tour includes;

  • 1 Gorilla Permit per person.
  • Airport transfers.
  • Transportation in a 4×4 Safari vehicle.
  • Services of an English speaking driver guide.
  • Accommodation and meals as per the itinerary.
  • All park entrance fees.
  • Igongo Cultural Centre.
  • Bottled water in the vehicle.

The 5 Days Gorilla Trekking in Uganda Tour excludes;

International flights, personal travel insurance, Visa fees, alcoholic drinks, cigarettes, tips, souvenirs and any other items of personal nature.

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