The 3 gorilla safari Uganda is the most common short safari to Bwindi Impenetrable forest to visit the rare and endangered mountain gorillas. This trip will take to Bwindi Impenetrable National Park which covers an area of 321 sq km and home to about half of the world’s remaining population of mountain gorillas in the world. You will get a chance to trek one of the 12 habituated mountain gorilla families. Other than the Gorillas, you will also get a chance to see different primates and bird species in the park, for example, the red-followed monkeys, chimpanzees, mandrills, black and white colobus monkeys among others. This park is additionally home to 120 mammals, 51 reptiles, 163 tree species, 104 plant species, and others. Gorilla trekking takes around 2 to 8 hours, which is justified, despite all the trouble as those into hiking will have an extraordinary time climbing up and about the rolling slopes, and experiencing the lavish vegetation.
Day 1: Transfer to Bwindi Forest National Park
After morning meal at your hotel in Kampala, you will be moved to South Western Uganda where Bwindi National Park is Found and established. En route, you will have a stopover at the Equator at Kayabwe for taking photos and some educational words from the tour guide. Proceed to Mbarara town for a lunch stopover. After lunch, you will continue with the journey to the park and will take you through the rolling green high grounds and highlands of Uganda. The journey will reward you with the magnificent view of triangular peaks of the Virunga volcanoes of Rwanda and the Congo. We then fall down into a valley, to Bwindi forest, home of the gorilla. Have dinner and overnight at Gorilla Resort/Buhoma Community Bandas/ Gorilla Mist Camp/Wagtail Eco Safari Camp/Nkuringo Gorilla Camp.
Day 2: Mountain Gorilla Trekking Bwindi
After early morning breakfast, you will then drive to the park headquarters of Bwindi Impenetrable National Park for a briefing and direction of the activity. After this, you will be joined by equipped ranger guide in the forest to track for the Mountain Gorillas. You will penetrate through the forest, cutting the undergrowth, separating thick creepers, to track gorillas. The time you will take while looking for mountain gorillas in the jungle is unpredictable because it depends on their movement in a quest for nourishment and shelter. Be that as it may, it can take from 2 to 8 hours. You will have a maximum of one hour with the gorillas and this will allow you to observe, take photos and interact with them. Return again to your lodge for dinner and overnight as on day 1.
Day 3: Transfer back to Kampala
After breakfast, you will drive back to Kampala with en route stop in Mbarara town for lunch. You will arrive at Kampala drop off will be at your Hotel in Kampala or at the Entebbe International Airport for your flight back home.
End of This Uganda Safari