Uganda-Rwanda Gorilla Discovery Expedition Safari Tours
Uganda-Rwanda Gorilla Expedition – Discovery safari with guaranteed gorilla sighting and permits – basic tips on gorilla adventure safari with genuine tour operators.
Gorilla discovery safari in Uganda and Rwanda – a gorilla discovery safari in Uganda and Rwanda is a fantastic adventure safari that will get you to indulge in the typical African rainforests. The safari adventure offers the real African safari wilderness experience in the pristine African forests.
Your gorilla expedition combines Uganda and Rwanda and gorilla trekking is done in parks such as Bwindi Impenetrable forest National Park and Mganhinga Gorilla National Park in Uganda as well as Volcanoes National Park in Rwanda.
Is it safe to visit gorillas in Uganda?
There is no need to hastate your trip to the pearl of Africa since it is one of the safest places to be for a Gorilla Trekking safari. The trekking is done in Bwindi Impenetrable Park or Mgahinga Gorilla Park. The Rangers in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest Park and Mgahinga Gorilla National Park in Uganda are highly motivated, adequately equipped, and trained to Keep Gorilla Trekking safe and secure. Plan your trip today with Kabira safaris Africa for a fantastic wilderness experience.
Is it better to see gorillas in Uganda or Rwanda?
When planning your gorilla trekking safari, it may seem like a big dilemma to choose your gorilla trekking destination. Gorilla trekking experience defers, like any other wild animals your gorilla trekking experience will depend on the mood of the gorillas. In our opinion, basing our experience in gorilla trekking safaris in both Uganda and Rwanda, the gorilla trekking experience in both countries is fantastic!!
Are mountain Gorillas dangerous?
Despite Mountain gorillas being large, they are generally shy, gentle, and peaceful in nature. Mountain gorillas are vegetarian in nature the main reason why they live in densely forested areas and spend most of their time in the jungle eating. However, mountain gorillas are muscular, intelligent, and strong and can be trained and they can get very close to humans.
On rare occasions however mountain gorillas can become of great threat most especially when one disturb say their territories and when they charge, they react in an aggressive way with vigorous bites, thumping, breaking ribs, dragging and if the person is not rescued in time it may lead to loss of life. Tourists are however always required to keep a seven-meter distance while with the gorillas and should not touch the gorilla.
What to pack for a gorilla habituation tour – tips for your incredible gorilla safari
For a fantastic gorilla safari experience, you shouldn’t leave the following; Waterproof daypack, Camera without a flashlight, Long-sleeved shirt, Insect repellents, Energy giving snacks, Plenty of bottled drinking water, First aid kit, Gardening gloves, Valid, passport, and visa, Sunglasses, Hat, Sweater, Gorilla habituation permit.