Where to go Mountain Gorilla Trekking in Africa?
The Question “Where to go to See Mountain Gorillas?” – Uganda is your Best Country for Gorilla Trekking
Where to go to see Mountain Gorillas in 2019? Where to trek Gorillas in Africa? Which country do I see and trek them in? Which country is Safe for Gorilla Trekking? Which country is Affordable? Which country gives me the Best Experience Gorilla Trekking? Which country has permits that are available? Which Country offers Gorilla Trekking options such as more Time with the Gentle Giants of the Forest?
There are 3 Countries where you can see and trek Mountain Gorillas in their natural setting in the Wild. You cannot see Mountain Gorillas in a zoo, they do not survive Captivity, you can only see them in the Wild in Rwanda which markets itself as the deluxe Gorilla Tracking Country that costs the most, the not so safe Democratic Republic of Congo. Lastly, there is Uganda where Safe and Affordable Gorilla Trekking with all kinds of plus options is a present Reality.
Where to go to see Mountain Gorillas in 2019? Which Country is Best for Gorilla Trekking? The Clear Answer is Uganda for best Price and Value, more Gorillas, more Gorilla Permit, two Gorilla Trekking Parks, more trekking options such as the exclusive Gorilla Habituation Experience, more affordable Lodging Options and more options such as sure-sighting Chimpanzee Treks in Kibale Forest, Wildlife in abundance, the River Nile with its white water adventures. Uganda has become the Country of Choice leading to the Great Gorilla Trekker Migration to Uganda for the past few years and it is not only us saying that but different Travel Organizations such as CNN Travel, Fodor’s Travel, National Geographic Traveller UK Cool Places List, Lonely Planet and the Telegraph Newspaper
Where to go to See Mountain Gorillas in Africa – Which Country?
The Answer is Uganda – The Clear Safe – Affordable and Logical Choice for Gorilla Tracking
Uganda – has become the Premier Gorilla Destination – in Africa with its UNESCO World Heritage Site Bwindi Impenetrable Forest – The Choice of Primate Lovers from Budget to Luxury Traveler. Uganda is the only Country with two Mountain Gorilla Park, Mgahinga Gorilla Park and Bwindi Impenetrable Forest with 4 Trailheads, Uganda is the choice of the African Traveler not just because of lower permit prices and lodging cost. It is as some say, quite authentic. There is no central Gorilla Trekking point, there are four, which means decentralized lodging and support facilities and has more of that Wilderness Feel to it according to some who have trekked Mountain Gorillas in 3 Countries.
Access to the Gorilla Treks in Uganda, forget about taking a 9 to 10-hour drive from Entebbe. Fly into welcoming Kigali, Rwanda and we take you on a 4-hour scenic Journey through the Gorilla Highlands to Southern Bwindi Forest or a three-hour drive to Mgahinga Gorilla Park where Gorilla Trekking is in the Virunga Volcanoes.
Uganda is the only Country that gives you a choice – Trekking in an Ancient Afro-Montane Rainforest or in the shadows of the Brooding Virunga Volcanoes.
Bwindi Impenetrable Forest – more than Gorillas – but a UNESCO World Heritage Site
National Geographic – Fodor’s Travel – The Telegraph:
The Telegraph – UK – 10 of the greatest places on the planet to see primates
“The silverback rolls over on to his massive belly and fixes you with that deep-set gaze. Behind him, two boisterous youngsters tumble past. Meeting a mountain gorilla family in the depths of Bwindi Impenetrable Forest feels strangely intimate, as though you’ve blundered into a family sitting room – but an hour in their company is one you’ll never forget. Uganda’s forests are also home to other primates, including chimpanzees in nearby Kibale National Park. If you crave open space, there are lions and elephants down on the plains.”
Uganda and Bwindi Impenetrable Forest were listed as Number One. It is not hard to understand why, 152 Permits per day, the experience itself that works out with lodging at half the price as neighboring Rwanda. Something that matters to anyone, even those with means to pay anything.
The Telegraph lists Uganda’s Bwindi Impenetrable Forest as the first Locations to see Primates on the Planet, not by Accident.
Here is what National Geographic Wrote:
Marvel at mountain gorillas in the wild
Why now? When Rwanda doubled the price of its gorilla trek permits from $750 to $1,500 (£572 to £1,144) in 2017, neighboring Uganda responded by freezing its own rates at $600 (£458).
Main attractions: If you’re longing to see mountain gorillas in the wild, but Rwanda’s ultra-luxe lodges and high permit fees don’t suit your budget, head for Uganda’s Bwindi Impenetrable Forest instead. The steady growth of its gorilla population is one of Africa’s great conservation success stories, with tourists playing an important role. Almost 20 families can now be visited by guided groups of up to eight. Trekking fees raise funds not only for gorillas and their habitat but also for Uganda’s other national assets including Queen Elizabeth and Murchison Falls National Parks, home to chimps, giraffes, and hippos.
Don’t miss Exploring Bwindi’s birdwatching trails, cycle routes and craft scene after your gorilla trek. EG
Please Note National Geographic has twice picked Uganda as the Place to visit in 6 years. This time it is about Value and Price.
Fodor’s Go-List 2019
Discover unparalleled wildlife experiences in the “Pearl of Africa.”
Why it’s Wonderful: Uganda’s mountainous terrain, soaring waterfalls, and amazing wildlife encounters set it apart from the rest of the continent. Although Uganda claims to have the Big Five (lion, leopard, rhinoceros, African elephant, and Cape buffalo), the country could easily stake its claim as having the “Big Six” since it is also home to the world’s largest population of mountain gorillas. Aside from countless opportunities for spotting wildlife while on safari, you’ll also be able to take a boat ride to the source of the Nile River on a day trip with Paraa Safari Lodge or channel your inner Jane Goodall by trekking for chimpanzees in the Budongo Forest. The highest mountain range in Africa borders the country, but it’s in the hills of the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest that you’ll have the rare chance to spend an hour observing the elusive silverback mountain gorillas in their natural environment.
Uganda – including its Mountain Gorillas – Recommended by Fodor’s Travel and on their 2019 Go-List
Where should I Trek Gorillas? Insiders Take on Gorilla Trekking
Unlike the Telegraph. unlike Fodor’s Travel, National Geographic we live here, we work here. Uganda and its gentle Giants are our passion. We know what is best for you when it comes to Gorilla Tracking. This is not an add-on to us, it is our focus.
There is only one thing that we do and that is to create Memorable Safaris in the Pearl of Africa and that includes Gorilla Safaris.
You are not dealing with anyone, no one else is taking a cut which means that you get a price, no hidden cost. One reason that we have repeat clients who come for another visit to Uganda.
Over a decade we have provided mid-range and luxury Gorilla Safaris in Uganda.