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Gorilla Forest Camp, Lake Bunyonyi, Bushara Island, Bushara
5 Days Gorilla Trekking
Day 1: Arrive and
transfer to Lake Victoria hotel by your tour guide.
Dinner and overnight Lake Victoria Windsor.
Day 2: After
breakfast we drive off to Bwindi Impenetrable Forest
the home to the world's endangered Ape “The Mountain
Gorillas", Dinner and over night at Gorilla Forest
Camp or Lake Kitandara Camp.
Day 3: This is the
day you track the Gorillas, you come face to face with
these awesome but gentle primates, later in the day
you drive to Lake Bunyonyi Dinner and night Bushara
Day 4: Explore the
Island, paddle your own canoe or just relax. Dinner
and over night at Bushara Island.
Day 5: After
breakfast drive through the scenic views and gift shop
along the drive. Arrive and refresh at the Windsor
Hotel before your flight.
Gorilla tracking safari price:
US$ 1,985 per person sharing.
Single room supplement:
gorilla trekking price includes:
All ground transport in a 4x4 with sliding roof; All
accommodation in sharing twin rooms; All park related
fees, game drives, boat cruises, guided walks; All
meals - breakfast, lunch and dinner; Government tax
Not included: All
extras, drinks, laundry, telephones, tobacco, tips and
Please bring the following for tracking gorillas:
-Hiking boots- ankle level boots are ok but make sure
it is something handy.
-A warm cardigan
-Thick trousers and a long sleeved top are ideal for
-Video- filming is allowed in the parks though not
outside the park
-Water proof container for their cameras
-A pair of binoculars if you are a keen bird watcher.
-If you prefer wearing a hat, a baseball cap is
Caution: Please remember children under 16 are not
permitted to track gorillas.
The above offer is SUBJECT to availability of
gorilla permits which cannot be guaranteed without
payment. The permits are sold on first come first buy
To reserve the above 5 days gorilla tracking safari in Uganda, please
Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, Uganda:
West across the Albertine Rift Valley is the ancient
forest of Bwindi. Bwindi in the local dialect
actually means ‘dark’, and as you approach the park
is obvious why it is was named the 'Dark'
Impenetrable National Park, fortunately this
inaccessibility has ensured the preservation of
large tracks of pristine rainforest. The deep river
gorges and high ridges have remained forested for
millions of years resulting in an incredible
biodiversity. Above everything Bwindi Impenetrable
National Park is incredibly atmospheric. Steams and
pools of water swirl with the sound of tree frogs,
the canopy constantly rustles with the movement of
monkeys, squirrels and birds whilst at the back of
your mind you have the knowledge that the forest is
also home to chimpanzees and gorillas.
Bwindi has at least 90 mammal species, 350 species
of birds, 200 species of trees, huge numbers of
butterflies, and most importantly, it is home to
around half the world’s population of mountain
gorilla as well as numerous other primates including
At present there are 23 family units located within
Bwindi – 3 of these family groups have been
habituated to humans, group M, group K and group H.
The is no guarantee that you will see the habituated
gorillas but the chances are very strong, the three
groups are tracked on a daily basis, so their trail
can be easily picked up.
The Bwindi terrain is hilly, very muddy and can
involve scrambling through dense vegetation, when
gorilla tracking, you should be prepared for an
arduous days trekking anything from 15 minutes to 8
hours but there is no doubt that mountain gorilla
tracking through jungle and mountain forest is one
of the most amazing wildlife experiences in the
world. Although gorilla tracking is the main focus
of any visit, there are several forest trails
ranging from a half hour walk to several hours hard
The Ugandan Wildlife Authority was developed in
partnership with local communities to encourage
development through conservation, this enables local
people such as those surrounding Bwindi National
Park to improve their standard of living through
better agricultural practices, thus reducing
pressure on the Bwindi forest resources. The park
employs local people as wardens, researchers and
rangers, local communities receive a proportion of
the Bwindi National Park’s income.