Focusing on Gorillas – a Mountain Gorilla Photographic Safari in Uganda
Your More Time – Mountain Gorilla Photo Safari in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest-Mgahinga Gorilla Park
Photographers have said for years that they needed more time with a Gorilla Family to get the shots that they wanted. A Mountain Gorilla Photographic Safari in Uganda gives you just that. The Gorilla Habituation Experience is the perfect solution for many photographers. It translates into being with a Gorilla Family for 4-hours on an all-day Trek in the Southern Area of Bwindi Impenetrable Forest in the Rushaga area.
The Main Reason for a Habituation Experience Mountain Gorilla Photographic Safari is more time with a Gorilla Family, and the added Benefits are fewer participants, only four compared to eight on a regular Trek. There is also the quality input from researchers and Rangers, not something generally received on usual Treks.
Do keep in mind, that on a Gorilla Habituation Experience Safari you are not just an observer but an active participant in the habituation process. You are in the presence of a Gorilla Family in their living room in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest.
Some of those that have been on a Photography Safari has been with Gorillas in Uganda in two very different settings, Mgahinga Gorilla Park and Bwindi Impenetrable Forest. Mgahinga Gorilla Park means trekking in the shadows of the Virunga Volcanoes, while Bwindi Impenetrable Forest is an ancient rainforest that survived the shift of the earth that shaped much of the area and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
We can personalize your Photographic Gorilla Safari to include Golden Monkey Trekking, Volcano climbing of Mount Gahinga, Mount Muhavura and Mount Sabinyo from where you can take some amazing photos above the clouds.
We can also arrange a completely private photographic Gorilla Encounter for you and your party – something more and more is taking advantage of since it means no interference from fellow trekkers and you can focus on your photography.
The Possibilities for Your Mountain Gorilla Photographic Safari in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest
If you are an amateur Photographer wanting the Best Photo Opportunities with the Gentle Giants of the Forest, then Uganda is the place for you. There are now twenty Gorilla Families that you can trek in Uganda. Uganda gives you the choice of Terrain that other countries cannot. You can be with the Mountain Gorillas in what CNN Travel considers the most beautiful spot in the world for 2019, Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, a forest that provided backdrop scenes for the Black Panther movie. In other words, a place of stunning beauty.
There is also Mgahinga Gorilla Park, where you can be with the Nyakagezi Gorilla Family with its three silverbacks. This Gorilla Trekking on the sides of the Brooding Virunga Volcanoes. The terrain is more open, and it is excellent for photographers. Here you can have only one hour with the Gorillas since there is no Gorilla Habituation Experience available in this park, that is only in the Rushaga area of Bwindi Impenetrable Forest.
The options that you have are a regular Gorilla Trek where you are for one hour with a Gorilla Family. There are all-day Trek and 4-Hours in the presence of Gorilla Family Habituation Experience. You, Trek Twice, the same group, two different groups, or even two different groups in two various parks. You can also have a private trek with just the rangers, porters and you.
Gorilla Photographic Safari in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest
A photographic Primate Safari takes planning, your needs, wishes followed to the T starting with the right lodge, the right gorilla family that you want to be with.
We will coordinate everything, including commercial permits if necessary. Your cottage can be set up with work-desk and direct WiFi setup not dependent on the lodge.
Other Permits can also be obtained for you if wanted. Kigali is the nearest airport to the Southern Region of Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, for a safari taking in Kibale Forest and chimpanzees, it will be best to fly out of Uganda.
We Know Uganda, Rwanda, we live here and work here, and Safaris are our passion, vocation, and one could say hobby.
We do not dabble in other things, and our focus is Safaris.