We Organise Tours To See Gorillas & Wildlife On Safari


African wildlife safaris into the golden African savanna plains of Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania to see the big African game animals display their survival instincts. Experience this dreamy adventure with your friends and family.



Many travel to Africa to see the big savannah game, but there's more than just lions and elephants. Seeing the mystical mountain gorillas on a trekking safari in the dense mountain forests of Central-east Africa is truly something else.

Rwanda and Uganda are a great extension of the most famous Tanzania & Kenya Safari destinations, but they are more than just what you know. The hippo-filled rivers, abundant bird life, serene lakes, and villages filled with enthusiastic locals consistently capture the attention, imagination, and hearts of travelers worldwide. We place ourselves in the middle of these active African safaris experiences. We are your gorilla trekking tour operators, your trusted local safari planner to take you on a wildlife expedition and explore the African savanna safari plains in search of rare animals in Uganda , Rwanda, Kenya, and the neighboring destinations.


Custom-made gorilla tracking tours to Uganda & Rwanda, all-inclusive with gorilla permits & accommodation.


"There is more meaning and mutual understanding in exchanging a glance with the gorilla than any other animal that I know. We're so similar. Their sight, their hearing, their sense of smell are so similar to ours, that they see the world in the same way as we do."

Sir David Attenborough, Life on Earth


Combining the great wildebeest migration, Kenya's savanna big game and gorilla trekking in Uganda & Rwanda, all-inclusive family safaris.


Extend your Great Migration safari in Serengeti-Mara with gorilla tracking tours in Uganda & Rwanda. Everything is included on these wildlife safaris, yet you can also customise the tours to your liking.

Watching Africa's Gorillas in Uganda, Rwanda, & Congo

The appeal of watching wildlife in their natural environment continues to capture the imagination of millions around the world. Multiple generations of exceptionally talented natural history filmmakers and wildlife cameramen have brought Africa into our living rooms. Collectively, they paint a vivid picture of the habitat and lifestyle of those creatures with which we share our precious planet. But there’s something especially captivating about watching an animal whose mannerisms and body language can be so similar to our own. Gorillas enthrall and terrify in equal measure, their immense bulk a threat and yet intensely beautiful. Charismatic, engaging and expressive, it’s not surprising we see so much of ourselves in their faces when we learn that over 98% of our DNA is shared.

But for many, it’s simply not enough to watch on the small screen. We yearn to venture into the world of these magnificent creatures and see for ourselves how they interact with their environment and each other. Mountain gorillas are among the most critically endangered of the planet’s species and though conservation efforts continue, numbers are still worryingly small. To be able to watch from such a close distance is an enormous privilege and one that we cannot take for granted that our grandchildren may be able to replicate.

Travelers to Uganda and Rwanda can incorporate a gorilla trekking safari into their holiday itinerary and enjoy a wildlife adventure of a lifetime. Hiking through verdant rainforest, it’s possible to follow experienced guides and trackers deep into the heart of the gorillas’ territory. The terrain is challenging, the gradients steep and the paths slippery, but the reward is immense. Though such an experience doesn’t come cheap, this is one bucket list experience that you cannot afford to put off. These gentle and shy beasts deserve our respect, and our time. Read More

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