Uganda Gorillas

Uganda Gorillas

Uganda Gorilla Trekking

Gorilla safaris in Uganda-Gorilla trekking safari in Uganda Bwindi Impenetrable, tailored Mountain Gorilla safari in Rwanda.Mountain Gorilla tracking tour in Uganda Rwanda & wildlife safaris in Uganda African safari.

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The rare gigantic Mountain Gorillas, duel in the tropical rainforest of Uganda, Rwanda and Congo in the whole world, find details about Uganda gorilla trekking here. With over 400 of these Mountain Gorillas, Uganda has the largest number of gorillas followed by Rwanda and then Congo. Uganda, dabbed the “Pearl of Africa,” shines with greatly stunning greenery, deep clean water lakes, high soaring mountains and high lands but also more than half of the world’s last remaining mountain gorilla population – perhaps the greatest natural treasure of all.On a Uganda and Rwanda gorilla safari-tour, you will travel deep into the heart of Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park of Uganda or the Volcanoes of Rwanda and trek these incredible peaceful endangered Mountain Gorillas from as close as a meter, closer than you have ever imagined possible.
We have organised Gorilla trekking Safaris in Uganda and Rwanda for the last 8 years and we are excited to create new unique customised Gorilla safaris itineraries that include amazing Gorilla trekking tours in Uganda and Rwanda, wildlife safaris in Uganda, African cultural tours, history and nature safaris that when all combined offer you the ultimate Africa safari memory.
Gorilla trekking safaris in Uganda & Rwanda are done by our experienced professional safari guides who are always eagerly ready to take you in our 4×4 pop up roof safari vehicles to the spectacular national parks, wildlife reserves and amazing jungle safari destinations Uganda and Rwanda have to offer. We are known for offering the best safari experiences due to our amazing wild game viewing trips, unmatched high standards of service but also private and group Africa adventure trips based on individual needs that provide lifetime memories.

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