Gorilla Trekking is in our books a must on your East Africa adventure, an experience you will never forget that is for sure! In the whole of Africa this exception gorilla activity can only be experienced in only three countries i.e Uganda, Rwanda and Congo.
See the endangered mountain gorilla in both Rwanda’s Volcanoes National Park and Uganda’s Bwindi Forest, spend a full day with the chimpanzees at Kibale or even track golden monkeys in Mgahinga. With gorillas as a species being on the brink of extinction, encountering wild gorillas is considered a once-in-a-lifetime travel experience.
With this 10 days / 9 nights Uganda itinerary you will get to spend a morning tracking the exuberant chimp families in the Kibale forest, trek through local rainforests to experience an up-close interaction with a family of gorillas in their natural habitat. Stand at the foot of the continent’s tallest mountain range and see the source of the White Nile and visit the Queen Elizabeth National Park for breath-taking game viewing.
This exciting itinerary hits Rwanda’s top cultural and natural sights. Try your bargaining power at a busy market, shop for local art, and visit the Kigali genocide memorial. Trek in Nyngwe Forest National Park to see reclusive chimpanzees in their natural habitat. End your journey with a visit to Volcanoes National Park to see where renowned naturalist Dian Fossey worked to protect the endangered mountain gorillas.
Full of fascinating wildlife, spectacular nature and unique culture, this tour takes you through two incredible countries. With a wide variety of adventures to embark on, this journey through Rwanda and Uganda makes for an unforgettable experience
This 5 day / 4 night Rwanda gorilla trek is exciting to say the least! It involves hiking through lush sloping hills and spotting a gorilla peeking out from the bush with its mother watching over her babies as you intrude into their colony. This is a once-in-a-lifetime experience that will create those once in a lifetime memories.
Located in southwestern Uganda, the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest is said to be Africa’s oldest rainforest. It is world-renowned for its excellent gorilla-sighting opportunities. Aside from the amazing gorilla interactions, there are other drawcards such as a network of forest walks, over 340 species of bird to spot and a variety of butterflies. Don’t miss the opportunity to explore the spectacular Virunga Volcanoes.