Planning to visit the Mountain Gorillas in 2014 – plan your Safari now
Gorilla Permits are increasing from 500 usd to 600 usd as of January 1 – 2014
Gorilla Tracking is one of popular activities for those visiting Uganda. The price will go up by 100 usd from 500 to 600 usd permit which is still 150 usd lower than Gorilla Permits in neighboring Rwanda.
If you book a safari prior to January 1 2014 and pay for the permits ahead of January 1 – 2014 you can still obtain them at the 500 usd price per permit which will save 100 usd per permit and keep your safari more affordable.
600 usd for a gorilla permit may seem like a lot of money to you but one has to realize that the 600 usd accomplished many things such as paying for the conservation efforts that are always under way in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest. There is also the support of local communities as portions of the permit money is used in building up the infrastructure of the surrounding communities and also includes anti-poaching information.
Tracking Gorillas for Cash is a win-win situation all-around. The Gorillas are protected through conservation efforts. The community benefits through improved infrastructure, well-paying jobs and more – all because of you purchasing gorilla permits in Uganda and if you act now – you can save 100 usd over the new price where permits will cost 600 usd per person.
Enjoy visiting the Mountain Gorillas of Uganda and save by acting now in 2013…from Kampala…jon
“If I have ever seen magic, it has been in Africa.” John Hemingway, African Journeys