Embark on an unforgettable adventure as we take you deep into the tropical rainforests of East Africa to witness the incredible mountain gorillas in their natural habitat. At Trek Africa Expeditions, we have dedicated ourselves to crafting remarkable memories for travelers through our exceptional gorilla trekking experiences in Uganda. Over the years, we have consistently delivered reliable services, from selecting the finest and most comfortable hotels to providing a responsive and professional safari team that will transform your journey into a memorable adventure.
When it comes to planning your gorilla trekking adventure, we’ve got you covered. We provide comprehensive information on which mountain gorilla permits you should obtain, the best timing for your trek, and what essentials to pack for the journey. Whether you opt for a private or group gorilla safari, we help you make informed decisions. You can also enhance your trip by including a classic wildlife safari or taking a shorter route through Kigali in Rwanda—choosing the right destination route is crucial for an exceptional gorilla tracking experience.
Uganda boasts two national parks where you can embark on the thrilling quest to see mountain gorillas. Bwindi Impenetrable National Park and Mgahinga Gorilla National Park offer unique opportunities to trek these magnificent creatures.
Bwindi, the larger of the two parks, covers an area of 331 square kilometers and is home to the largest population of mountain gorillas in Uganda, with approximately 450 individuals. It is divided into four gorilla trekking regions: Buhoma in the north, Ruhija in the east, Rushaga in the lower south, and Nkuringo in the upper south. Each of these areas provides a distinct gorilla trekking experience.
Enhance your gorilla trekking experience by including these exciting add-on activities:
Don’t miss your chance to be an early bird and book Uganda Gorilla Tracking Offers for 2023 – 2024 with Trek Africa Expeditions. Join us for an extraordinary journey into the heart of Uganda’s incredible biodiversity.