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Uganda Gorilla Trekking Permit Increased From $700 To $800

Uganda Gorilla Trekking Permit Increased From $700 To $800

Gorilla Trekking Permit Increased – Uganda has recently announced an increase in the gorilla trekking permit from USD 700 to USD 800  for both national parks that include Mgahinga Gorilla National Park and Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park.

This is effective from 1st July 2024 until further notice as officially communicated by Uganda Wildlife Authority.

Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, boasts over 400 mountain gorillas, representing almost half of the world’s remaining population. Trekking through the dense rainforest of Bwindi, visitors can encounter these majestic primates in their natural habitat, observing their behavior and social interactions.

Mgahinga Gorilla National Park, located in the Virunga Mountains, is another prime gorilla trekking destination. This park is home to a small population of mountain gorillas, as well as other wildlife species such as golden monkeys and various bird species. Trekking in Mgahinga offers stunning views of the surrounding volcanic landscapes, adding an extra dimension to the gorilla trekking experience.

Both parks offer guided gorilla trekking tours led by experienced rangers, ensuring the safety of both visitors and gorillas while providing educational insights into conservation efforts and the importance of protecting these endangered creatures.

Why Choose Gorilla Trekking In Uganda?

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Gorilla trekking in Uganda offers a truly unparalleled wildlife experience that captivates the hearts of adventurers and nature enthusiasts alike. Here are some compelling reasons why Uganda stands out as an exceptional destination for gorilla trekking:

  1. High Mountain Gorilla Population: Uganda is home to over half of the world’s remaining mountain gorilla population, making it one of the best places on the planet to encounter these remarkable creatures in their natural habitat.

  2. Breathtaking Scenery: The lush rainforests and mist-covered mountains of Uganda provide a stunning backdrop for gorilla trekking adventures. Trekking through the dense vegetation offers glimpses of diverse flora and fauna, creating a truly immersive experience.

  3. Diverse Gorilla Habitats: Uganda’s gorilla parks, such as Bwindi Impenetrable National Park and Mgahinga Gorilla National Park, offer diverse habitats for mountain gorillas, ranging from dense forests to volcanic slopes. This diversity enhances the overall gorilla trekking experience.

  4. Experienced Guides: Uganda’s trained and knowledgeable guides lead gorilla trekking expeditions, ensuring the safety of visitors while providing valuable insights into gorilla behavior, conservation efforts, and the surrounding ecosystems.

  5. Accessible and Affordable: Compared to other gorilla trekking destinations, such as Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of Congo, Uganda offers relatively more accessible and affordable options for gorilla trekking permits and accommodations, making it an attractive choice for travelers.

Why Choose Gorilla Trekking With Kenlink Tours?

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Gorilla trekking in Uganda with Kenlink Tours offers a premier adventure that combines expertise, personalized service, and ethical practices. With a team of experienced guides and a commitment to conservation, Kenlink Tours ensures a safe, informative, and unforgettable gorilla trekking experience. Their small group sizes allow for intimate encounters with mountain gorillas while minimizing environmental impact.

Exclusive access to prime gorilla habitats within Uganda’s national parks ensures exceptional wildlife encounters in pristine surroundings. Kenlink Tours prioritizes personalized service, tailoring each itinerary to meet the unique preferences and interests of their clients. With comprehensive services including transportation, accommodations, permits, and meals, travelers can relax and enjoy their gorilla trekking adventure without the hassle of logistics.

Choose Kenlink Tours for a gorilla trekking experience that combines adventure, sustainability, and unforgettable memories in the heart of Africa’s wilderness.

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