Mountain gorillas are one of two sub-species of Eastern gorilla, a critically endangered creature which is the largest of the primates. There are currently around 1000 individual mountain gorillas which can be viewed at one two locations in the world, both of which are partially or entirely within Uganda.
Bwindi Impenetrable forest in Southwest Uganda has around 400 of the world’s mountain gorilla population. They tend to have a higher proportion of fruit in their diet than the nearby Virunga gorillas, as well as travelling further in search of food, making them a challenging but rewarding find.
Virunga is split between Rwanda, DRC and Mgahinga Gorilla National Park in Uganda. This small, but eventful and spectacle-filled park, contains one gorilla family living in unity with golden monkeys. The less dense bamboo vegetation makes visibility here better than most other locations.
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This safari circuits Northern Uganda, seldom visited by tourists. Expect to see the animals of the Savannah and the most beautiful adventure spots; Murchison Falls, Kidepo Valley, Sipi Falls, Jinja, and the Karamojong.
You get to see so much of two countries on this two week extravaganza. Start from Rwanda traversing Nyungwe and volcanoes national park, and end up in Uganda with Kibale and Murchison Falls, and all the best things every stop has to offer.
A comprehensive touring of Uganda's most desirable spots awaits as you get close to gorillas, chimpanzees and golden monkeys, embark upon multiple game safaris and river cruises, all the way from Lake Mburo to Murchison Falls.
The longest safari offered sends you to not only the traditionally premium locations like Queen Elizabeth National Park or Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, but also the exclusive Ssezibwa Waterfalls with its zip-lining and mangabey monkey trekking.