Gorilla tracking is an incredible experience that allows visitors to observe one of the world's most iconic and endangered species up close in their natural habitat. Find out more in this explosive blog.
The best places in Africa where you can go gorilla trekking and spend unforgettable moments with wild gorillas are Bwindi Impenetrable and Mgahinga National Parks in southwestern Uganda, Volcanoes National Park in northwestern Rwanda, Virunga National Park and Kahuzi-Biege in eastern DRC at the border with Rwanda and Uganda.
The best places to see gorillas in Africa are Uganda's Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, Rwanda's Volcanoes National Park, and Congo Brazzaville's Odzala-Kokoua National Park. However, there are other destinations we will explore in this post.
Gorilla Leisure Lodge is a sumptuous Lodge located in the Rushaga gorilla tracking sector of the chilly Bwindi Impenetrable forest national park. About 5 minutes’ drive from Rushaga Gorilla Tracking Park Headquarters. The rich green Kisoro hills and the undulating, volcanic landscapes of the Bwindi forest frame this safari lodge, making it a serene, quiet, and cool haven.
The Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund's Ellen DeGeneres Campus in Rwanda is officially open and accepting guests after four years of rigorous development. The campus is located just outside of Volcanoes National Park, which is home to endangered mountain gorillas, whom the initiative seeks to conserve and promote.
Pian Upe Game Reserve is located in northern Uganda, north of Mount Elgon, and encompasses a number of districts, including Amudat, Moroto, Katakwi, and Nakapiripirit. After the Murchison Falls National Park, it is the second-largest Game Reserve, encompassing about 2043 kilometers squared.