Gorilla Tracking in Uganda and Rwanda
|Bwindi Gorilla tracking Safari 3 days : 3 day safari to track the mountain gorillas in Bwindi. Prices for all budgets.|
|Gorilla Uganda & Queen 5 days: Gorilla tour combined with wildlife. Track the gorillas and view wildlife game in Bwindi National park and Queen Elizabeth.|
|6 Days Murchison, Kibale for Chimpanzee & Bwindi Gorilla Trekking: Just in 6 Days, African Pearl Safaris is much ready to take you through the most adventurous safari trail for your life time experience.|
|Chimpanzee tracking & Gorilla Tour 7 days: Safari featuring the primates of Africa, Chimpanzee tracking, gorilla trekking and monkey and much more.|
|Uganda Tour 9 days: 9 days tour to see gorillas and other attractions in Uganda. Perfect safari vacation itinerary.|
|Jungle Safari 12 days: A purely jungle safari, visit the forests of Uganda, see the Climbing lions in Ishasha, scenic viewing, forest birding and much more.|
|Uganda Vacation 14 days: A grand Uganda holiday vacation to take you to the best of Uganda. From the gorillas in Bwindi to various game parks in Uganda.|
About the Gorilla
A gorilla is the largest living primate. Half of the world’s population of Mountain Gorillas are found in Uganda.
A gorilla is a ground dwelling omnivore animal and largely dwells in the forest. An example of such forest is the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest in Uganda.
There are 3 classifications of Gorilla. That is the Western Lowland Gorilla, the Eastern Lowland and the Mountain Gorilla. All these gorillas are endangered due to poaching, habitat destruction and trade in bush meat.
Gorillas move in groups led by the male gorilla, the Silverback. Silver back is about 12 years of age or more with silver hair on his back. Its responsible for the entire movement of the troop, decision making and safety.
The two homes of mountain gorillas are Bwindi National park and Mgahinga National Park in Uganda.
In Rwanda, Gorilla tracking is done in Parc de Volcans.
The Mountain Gorillas in Bwindi largely feed on fruits, foliage and epiphytes. the Bwindi gorilla diet is almost the same as that of the Bwindi Chimpanzees.
Gorilla tracking or trekking is the top Uganda Safari activity of tourists who flock to Uganda. A permit can be obtained and arranged by African Pearl Safaris.