Expats living in East Africa can save a minimum of 100 usd on a Gorilla Safari in Uganda
There some Benefits being a Foreign Resident in East Africa – you save on a Gorilla Safari in Uganda
The experience of being with the Mountain Gorillas in the ancient Bwindi Impenetrable Forest becomes more affordable for East African Foreign Residents and you save at least 100 usd – During the Promotional Months of November – April and May you save a further 200 usd and we add 50 usd for any safari over 7 days.
As said for the East African Foreign Resident Gorilla Tracking has become more affordable and during the promotional months it becomes a bargain.
The normal Gorilla price permit for visitors to Uganda is 600 usd – for the Expat it is 500 usd – during the promotional months the cost of a gorilla permit for the visitor is 350 usd and for the Expat it is 300 usd.
Most everyone wants to enjoy the experience of a lifetime – a time with the Mountain Gorillas in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest – simply an incomparable experience not to be forgotten anytime soon.
We can arrange your time with the Mountain Gorillas of Uganda – add on Tree-Climbing Lions and other wildlife plus a time with our closest cousins – the Chimpanzees in either Kyambura Gorge – the Valley of Apes or Kalinzu Forest. We can
What do you need for a Gorilla and or Chimpanzee Safari?
One needs to wear the right clothes such as long trousers, long-sleeved shirt, boots, or stout walking shoes, a hat is good, spray insect repellent not so much because of mosquitoes but because of flies, a daypack and two liters of water in it. you can hire a porter to carry your pack and assist a Ugandan family.
To qualify for the East African Foreign Resident discount a copy of your passport, a copy of your residence status would be needed.
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