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Your Gorilla Trek tour Overview

Your Uganda gorilla trek tour experience can start on any day from Kampala/Entebbe or anywhere else in Uganda or even from Kigali (Rwanda). The 3 days gorilla tracking tour package includes your gorilla tracking permit in Bwindi, the best accommodation for your budget for 2 nights, all meals, a good English-speaking tour guide/ driver, plenty of bottled drinking water during the tour.
Our team is waiting to help you strike the best deal for the amazingly unique gorilla tracking experience. We solve a lot of gorilla permits’ availability dilemmas for sold-out days for Uganda.

Your Uganda 3 Days Gorilla Tracking tour would go like …

Day 1: Kampala – Bwindi Gorilla impenetrable Park
The safari begins from Kampala or Entebbe at 7:00am and drive towards western Uganda. Quality affodable Uganda 3 Days Gorilla Trek/Tracking Tour in BwindiA brief stopover at the Equator allows time for photographs. Drive to Mbarara for Lunch break at Agip Motel Mbarara or Igongo Cultural Village. After lunch, proceed to Bwindi. This is the lushest highland rain forest on earth, filled with primates and exotic birds, valleys, hilltops and papyrus swamps. Via the verdant countryside, you will pass traditional homesteads and have panoramic views of the surroundings. Arrive late evening.

Accommodation options available (all on full board basis)
Low Budget: Rushaga Gorilla Camp or Ruhija Gorilla Friends Camp or Gorilla Valley Lodge or Buhoma Community Campground
Moderate: Silverback Lodge / Nkuringo Gorilla Camp/ Gorilla Mist Camp
Up-market: Buhoma Lodge/ Mahogany Lodge/ Chameleon Hill Lodge/ Trackers Lodge Buhoma
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Meal plan: Lunch on the way and Dinner at the camp or lodge.

Day 2: Gorilla Tracking in Bwindi Forest, Uganda
Your actual gorilla tracking will begin after breakfast at the camp/ Lodge. Your tour guide will be meeting you to request for you passport which he takes to the Uganda Wildlife Authority office for reconciling with the database.

You will then gather with the other gorilla trackers for briefing. The officers give more information about the gorillas, their conservation and how you are positively contributing to their conservation by doing this gorilla trek. Often, a short 10 minutes film about mountain gorillas in Bwindi is shown.

You are then allocated in different groups of not more than 8 persons because this is the maximum that can visit/ track a gorilla family in a day. Bwindi now has 13 gorilla families and you can only track 1 gorilla family in a day.

Before your actual gorilla trek begins, an advance team should have already gone to the forest to investigate where the gorillas are that morning. These guys will radio the park office with the GPS location of each gorilla family. So when you start the tracking you actually track in their footsteps. There are no set paths for your gorilla trek. You will first walk through established paths but as you go along you undergrowth gets thicker and your guides have to make paths through the bushes.

There are quite a couple of other primates and mammals as you go through the forest – at least 10 other primates species have been recorded and it is most likely you will encounter 7-8 of these.

The hiking is mild steep to steep, so be prepared for some tough climbing, although many don’t get to experience it.

The general rule is that the guides will walk behind the slowest person. If you are so tired, there are helping guides to support you.

As we only follow to where the gorillas are for that day, we have no definite time for how long your gorilla trek will take. Some teams come back from the gorilla tracking activity only after 30 minutes but others take as long as 6 hours.

There’s no written guarantee that you will see the gorillas, just as with any other wildlife in their wild home. But basing on the recent past (15 yrs of our work), the chances have always been 100%!

Your guide and lodge staff will ensure you have your boxed lunch with you as you go for the gorillas tracking. This is to be eaten somewhere in the forest after sighting the gorillas and spending your memorable one hour. 3

As you attempt in the gorilla tracking, ensure to carry along with you rain jacket, plenty drinking water, jungle boots. It can rain anytime in this afro-montane rain forest.

The guides will lead you inside the beautiful ecosystem to see the shy primates for a group you have been booked for.

It is possible to track the gorillas two times but on 2 different days. Please check out the 4 days program here.

Accommodation options available (all on full board basis)
Low Budget: Rushaga Gorilla Camp or Ruhija Gorilla Friends Camp or Gorilla Valley Lodge or Buhoma Community Campground
Moderate: Silverback Lodge / Nkuringo Gorilla Camp/ Gorilla Mist Camp
Up-market: Buhoma Lodge/ Mahogany Lodge/ Chameleon Hill Lodge/ Trackers Lodge Buhoma
See other Accommodation & Lodging options in or near to Bwindi Impenetrable National Park

Meal plan: breakfast, Lunch and Dinner