3 Days Uganda Gorilla adventure

 Forget about the Gorillas in the zoos or elsewhere, experience diversity as you trek the endangered mountain gorillas in their home, an ancient’s antic where half of the world’s population of the remaining creatures call home. The encounter  is the most thrilling and humbling experience anyone doing a safari in Uganda can ever experience and truly unforgettable. Only miss it if you must because it is a life time experience.

Day 1: Transfer to Bwindi Impenetrable forest for Gorilla trekking

 You will be picked up at an agreed place by your guide who will also brief you about your safari. Hit the road to western Uganda through the land of honey and milk. The scenery is amazing with the lush ever green field along the way. You may stopover at the Equator; take a few pictures as well as refreshment and some crafts for souvenirs. Continue with our journey to Bwindi impenetrable forest home of half of the word’s remaining mountain Gorilla. Prepare to be aamazed by the beautifullandscape, the hills enhanced by the green vegetation is amazing. Overnight at Buhoma community rest camp FB

 Day 2: Gorilla Trekking in Bwindi impenetrable forest

Wake up to a silent morning with only the sound of birds and the cold breeze sweeping through to the impenetrable forest. After a lavishbreakfast transfer to the park headquarters ad assemble for briefing before entry in to the remarkable impenetrable forest to search for man’sclose relatives. The journey to the top is a bit exhilarating but t pays off well when you get to meet the amazing but shy gentle gigantic creatures and spend an hour with them. Looking into the expressive brown eyes of these creatures is the most exciting and poignant wildlife encounter. However you shouldn’t be distracted from bwindi’s broader diversity, the flourishing birdlife with about 23 highly localized Albertine rift endemic present, other primates of which the black and white colobus with its flowing white tail is prominent. Later slope down back to you lodging facility. Depending on the time you come back and your ability you may go for an afternoon nature walk or a community walks where you can interact with the local projects. Overnight at Buhoma community rest camp FB

Day 3: End of the Gorilla trek adventure

Enjoy an opulent breakfast served in the serene neighbourhood of the  impenetrable forest as you prepare to say good bye. Drive back to Kampala, you may ask you driver to stop whenever you need something on the way, you may also stopover at the mpigi royal drum makers and watch as they craft drums using methods that that have been passed on from generations.  Upon arrival in Kampala you will be dropped at your desired point.

Cost per person for a 3 days trip to Bwindi is $560+$350 for gorilla permit per person in a single non self contained room.


$706 +600 for gorilla permit per person in a single self contained room.

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