Gorilla Watching Tours in Uganda and Rwanda

Gorilla Watching tours is a Once-in-Lifetime Adventure. Go Gorilla Watching in Rwanda, Uganda. Watching Gorillas is an outdoor activity where tourists are allowed to see mountain gorillas for one hour or six hours after purchasing a gorilla trekking permit.

Note: Gorilla Watching permit in Uganda is $700 and a Gorilla Habituation Permit is $1500 per person per day. Rwanda gorilla permit is $1500 per person per day and the Congo gorilla permit is $400 per person per day.

Gorilla Trekking in Uganda is best done in Bwindi National Park and Mgahinga Gorilla National Park, Gorilla trekking in Rwanda is done in Volcanoes National Park, whereas Gorilla watching in Congo is done in Virunga National Park or Kahuzi Biega National Park

Gorilla Trekking in Mgahinga Gorilla National Park

watching gorillas in Mgahinga National Park

Best Gorilla Watching Tours

1 Day Gorilla watching in Uganda Starting from Kigali or Kabale. Cheapest 1 Day Gorilla Trekking Uganda to Bwindi Impenetrable National Park Uganda.

2 Days Gorilla trekking in Uganda from Kisoro or Kabale. 2 Day Gorilla Trekking Uganda from Kisoro or Kabale to Bwindi Impenetrable National Park in Uganda.

3 Days Gorilla Trekking in Uganda to Bwindi National Park, a Cheapest Uganda Gorilla Trekking Safari. A 3 Days Gorilla Trekking Uganda from Kampala or Entebbe.

3 Days Bwindi Gorilla Trekking from Kigali is the Cheapest Uganda Gorilla Trekking from Kigali. A 3 Days Uganda Gorilla Safari starts and ends in Kigali-Rwanda.

The 1 Day Rwanda Gorilla Trek is a short gorilla safari best done by tourists already in Rwanda with a very early morning pick up and late evening drop off in Kigali town.

This 2 Day Rwanda Gorilla tour is a short gorilla trekking safari in Rwanda to Volcanoes National Park. Volcanoes National Park or Parc Nationale des Volcans (PNV).

3 Days Rwanda Gorilla Safari from Kigali is best for Gorilla trekking in Rwanda’s Volcanoes National Park. A Rwanda Gorilla permit costs US$ 1500 each.

Useful Information about Gorilla Watching

Learn about Silverback Gorilla

Adult male mountain gorillas are referred to as “silverbacks.” This is because the hair on the backs of male mountain gorillas begins to grayish or silver-colored as they mature. Because of their distinctive color and big size, silverback gorillas are simple to see on a gorilla hike in UgandaRwanda, or Congo. Learn More

What do Gorillas Eat?

What do Gorillas Eat? – (Mountain Gorilla Diet) – Herbivores are the Giant Mountain Gorillas of Virunga, Bwindi, and Mgahinga. As the world’s largest primates, they require a lot of food to exist, and their diet consists primarily of plant life. Mountain gorillas are known to consume over 142 plant species, with leaves, shoots, and stems accounting for approximately 86 percent of their diet. Learn More

How Many Gorillas are Left?

A Case study about How Many Gorillas are Left? – How many mountain gorillas are left in the world? The Mountain gorilla population has expanded in recent years from 620 individuals in 1989 to roughly 880 individuals now. Learn More

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