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Gorilla Tracking - Uganda tour


    Experience this Uganda Wildlife Adventure and travel around this extraordinary country a this 11-day safari.
    Your adventure starts on a high with a visit to Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary, getting you up close with one of Africa’s Big 5 heavyweights. At Murchison Falls National Park, engage in thrilling wildlife encounters during game drives and boat cruises on River Nile. Proceed to Kibale Forest, where walks into the lush forest bring you into contact with a variety of birds and primates, including our delightful cousins, Chimpanzees!

    In Queen Elizabeth National Park – an enchanting Savanah paradise, you will encounter a variety of animals and birds in a scenic wildlife experience including a boat ride on the Kazinga Channel. Your safari ends on a high as you visit Bwindi Impenetrable’s thick rain forests offering a wide variety of tree species – a habitat for man’s closest rare primates – the mountain gorillas. Bwindi is home to roughly 480 mountain gorillas, which is half of the world’s remaining population and your chance of encountering a group is approximately 99 percent. Staring into the deep brown pensive eyes of these gentle giants is a truly magical, yet humbling experience.

    Destinations Visited; Entebbe, Murchison Falls, Kibale Forest, Queen Elizabeth, Bwindi Impenetrable National Parks plus Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary.

    Contact us for custom tour details! Please note that this is a Sample Itinerary and can be altered to best suit your travel needs.

    Silver Back Gorilla - Kenya & Uganda Wildlife Adventure


      This Kenya & Uganda wildlife adventure is a nature lover’s dream tour combining gorilla and chimpanzee tracking in addition to incredible game drives!
      Kenya and Uganda’s dramatic geography has resulted in a great range of natural habitats, harbouring a huge variety of wildlife. Both on and off the tourist routes, you’ll find warmth and openness, and an abundance of spectacular scenery from rolling savanna dotted with Maasai herds and wild animals to the dense forests full of primates swinging and birds singing. Spending time with these majestic, vulnerable creatures, is truly a once-in-a-lifetime experience.

      Track the “Big 5” across the endless plains of Kenya’s Maasai Mara to the unique ecosystem of several incredible Rift Valley lakes. Your driver/guides are experts at tracking wildlife so keep your cameras handy. In Uganda, you will have the experience of a lifetime opportunity to spend an hour with the majestic Mountain Gorillas as well as chimpanzees.

      Contact us for custom tour details! Please note that this is a Sample Itinerary and can be altered to best suit your travel needs.


        Want to Trek to See Gorillas? Of course, you do. Contact us for a once-in-a-lifetime experience of trekking to see the majestic Mountain Gorillas in Uganda or Rwanda. Nicola‘s advice when Gorilla Trekking? “Try not to get sat on by a 550lb Silverback!” It had been an hour and a half of trekking through the jungle of Volcanoes National Park in Rwanda. It was a beautiful jungle, thick with bamboo shoots and a tall canopy above us, nestled beside the stunning backdrop of several volcanoes. The terrain was getting rougher, the incline getting steeper, and the trail getting muddier from the recent downpour. Our guide was using his machete to hack through the thicker parts of the bush, when suddenly he stopped us. As we approached the clearing, we could see the gorilla trackers who had gone out hours before us to find them. “This is where we will get ready to see the gorillas, they are close. Take out your cameras and leave everything else here. As we started getting organized, someone from the group whispered “I can see them!” and so it began. We quickly dropped our things and made a mad dash toward the gorillas. “Follow me” said the guide, and off we went. Mountain Gorillas are one of the most endangered species in the world. There are only around 850 of them left, and they’re all found deep in the jungle spreading throughout parts of Uganda, Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of Congo. These fascinating species… Read More »TRACKING THE MOUNTAIN GORILLAS