Departs On: August 2, 2023 | Returns On: August 5, 2023

Reasons You Need to See Gorillas in Uganda

  • Mountain gorillas can only survive in the wild, so trekking into their native forests is your only chance to catch a peek.
  • Sitting in silence on the ground of a Ugandan forest for 60 minutes might be one of life’s greatest privileges. There are fewer than 900 mountain gorillas in existence, and gorilla trekking provides a rare opportunity to observe the everyday interactions of these gentle, mysterious primates.
  • Mountain gorillas only live in the dense vegetation of Uganda’s Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park and along the dormant volcanic Virunga mountain range that stretches across Rwanda’s Volcanoes National Park, Uganda’s Mgahinga Gorilla National Park, and Virunga National Park in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
  • In 1981, environmentalists estimated there were only 254 mountain gorillas left in the world, but the small population is rising slowly thanks to intense international conservation efforts. Since these critically endangered creatures can’t survive in captivity, the only way to see them is by trekking up to their natural habitat: misty cloud forests that can reach altitudes of 14,763 feet.

Trek Inclusions

  • Return Economy Class airfare Nairobi/Entebbe/Nairobi
  • Return airfare Entebbe/Kihihi/Entebbe
  • 1 night accommodation @ Protea Hotel by Marriott, Entebbe
  • 2 night’s accommodation @ Mahogany Springs Lodge, Impenetrable Forest national Park
  • All meals included at mahogany Springs Lodge (breakfast, lunch, dinner)
  • Services of local guides in Entebbe and Kihihi
  • Transportation by private vehicle throughout in Entebbe and Kihihi
  • National Park and Wildlife Sanctuary fees
  • Meet and Greet service upon arrival into Entebbe
  • All porterage at airports and hotels


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