Gorilla Safari Information

Although Uganda is rich in nature and culture, the country is particular known for the mountain gorilla safaris. It is the largest living primate, world’s most endangered ape and without a doubt the most fascinating creature that speaks to your imagination!

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Mountain Gorilla Information

Silverback Mizano

The gorilla is the largest of the great apes family and the most endangered specie. Compared to the chimpanzees, they resemble us in even more aspects.

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Gorilla Safari Information

Gorilla Family Bwindi National Park

No African safari tour is complete without seeing the Mountain Gorillas. Gorilla permits are available in Uganda and Rwanda.

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Gorilla Families in Uganda

Twin baby gorillas

With approximately 400 mountain gorillas living in the impenetrable forests, Uganda is home to more than half of the world’s total population of mountain gorillas.

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Gorilla Families in Rwanda

Silverback gorilla

Habituated mountain gorilla families in Rwanda.

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Gorilla Trekking Map Uganda

Gorilla Tracking Map

Gorilla Trekking Map of Bwindi National Park and Mgahinga National Park

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Gorilla Trekking Rules

Gorilla tracking in the forest

How to trek the Mountain Gorillas For those planning to do a mountain gorilla safari, the following briefing information applies, according to the Uganda Wildlife Authority‘s ‘Gorilla Rules’: Before departing on your gorilla trekking or gorilla tracking tour A maximum number of 8 visitors may trek to visit a group of habituated mountain gorillas per […]

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