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 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.
Going to spend some tiny moment with the mighty gorilla is an arduous trip and not cheap at that. For that reason, we’ve put together six great reasons why you should book that flight ticket, get us to arrange your all-inclusive gorilla safari and have you tick that off your bucket list with less hustle. Here are my 6 reasons:
The Gorilla Trekking Guidelines are for you planning on trekking Mountain Gorillas in Uganda, Rwanda or the D.R – Congo. The following briefing information would apply equally well in any of the 3 countries where you may trek Mountain Gorilla’s. Much of the extract has been taken from the printed leaflet by the Uganda Wildlife Authority ‘Gorilla Rules’ with additional information added!
Are you older, less mobile, or physically disabled and would like to have the once in a lifetime chance to see the mountain gorillas high up in the mountain jungles between 2,300 to 4,500 metres and are very discouraged? Don't be! Yes you can also pump up that adrenaline to see these beautiful creatures and no one should discourage you. Go gorilla trekking