This 3 Day Bwindi Gorilla Trekking Safari brings you to Bwindi National Park, one of the best places in Uganda for a gorilla trekking safari.
Day One: Arrival and Transfer to Bwindi National Park
Depart from Kampala early in the morning for Bwindi Impenetrable Forest to enjoy gorilla trekking in Uganda.
Eat lunch en route, take in the scenery, and remember that you have the right to stop your car wherever you want to take photos.
In the late afternoon, arrive at your accommodation and settle in. There, you can choose from upscale, upscale, budget, or tented accommodations close to the gorillas depending on your desired level of accommodation.
The reality is that tonight you are actually sleeping within an African Rain forest, which is habitat to half the population of endangered Mountain Gorillas worldwide. Have dinner at your place of lodging and unwind the rest of the evening as you get ready for an exhilarating experience of Mountain Gorilla Tracking the following day.
Day Two: Gorilla Trekking in Bwindi National Park
On the 2nd day of your 3 Day Bwindi Gorilla Trekking Safari, After an early breakfast, go to the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park headquarters for orientation, to meet the guides, and to be divided into groups based on which gorilla trekking group in Uganda you will be following.
You will then leave for your thrilling trip to see the gorillas in the mist. As you hike through this enigmatic and beautiful forest on your journey to see the mountain gorillas, there is a lot to see. The wildlife, which will undoubtedly be very beautiful and contribute to this incredibly unique experience, will include extra primates, butterflies, mammals, and birds.
When you come face to face with the peaceful yet powerful Mountain Gorillas, watching them only a few meters away from you as they observe the group, the baby with the mothers, and the gorillas partaking in their daily routine right in front of you is very overwhelming. The tracking or trekking can involve some thorough climbing as well as hiking. Only in this small region of Africa, where many of the remaining mountain gorillas can still be seen, will you ever find any mountain gorillas residing in a zoo.
Fortunately, as a result of numerous efforts, this population is thriving and successfully living inside the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, giving tourists the chance to observe them up close.
Return to the Uganda Safaris Park headquarters following that, and based on your energy level and available time, go for a community stroll to observe the locals’ traditional way of life, which includes making medicines from this very forest and brewing their own beer. The extremely sociable locals will put on performances of traditional dances and provide other amusement, and this is all worth seeing.
Day Three: Departure
After breakfast, check out and travel back to Kampala, the country’s capital, stopping first in Mbarara for a delectable meal and at the Equator for photos before continuing on.
The quoted prices for safaris include everything from transportation with gasoline and an English-speaking driver to water inside the vehicle, lodging, a boat launch excursion, park admission fees, game drives, all meals, and tours to the top of the waterfalls. However, it excludes alcoholic beverages, laundry, and any other individual expenditures.