Gorilla Safaris and Tours
Mountain Gorillas: Gorilla Beringei
Size: up to 6 feet tall
Weight: 300 to 425 pounds
Life Span: 53 years in captivity
Habitat: Rain Forest Dense Forest
Gestation: 9 months
Gorillas also belong to the order of primates. They share 98.4 of their genetic material with humans. Gorillas the largest of the great Apes are divided into three sub species that include the western lowland gorillas (Gorilla gorilla gorilla) and the eastern lowland gorillas (Gorilla gorilla graueri). The eastern and western lowland gorillas were identified for science in 1847 and 1877 respectively. The third sub specie – the Mountain Gorilla (Gorilla gorilla beringei)was identified for science purposes in the year 1903 and has gone on to become Uganda Safari star attraction.
A chain of eight volcanoes known as the Virunga Volcanoes runs through a western section of the Rift Valley, forming part of the border between Uganda, Democratic Republic of Congo (formerly Zaire) and Rwanda. These spectacular mountains and the nearby Bwindi Impenetrable National Park in Uganda are the last refuges of the most endangered of the gorilla subspecies, the mountain gorilla. Only about 720 of these Mountain Gorillas remain.
|Bwindi Gorilla tracking Safari 3 days : 3 day safari to track the mountain gorillas in Bwindi. Prices for all budgets.|
|Gorilla Tracking Uganda & Queen Elizabeth National Park Safari: Gorilla tour combined with wildlife. Track the gorillas and view wildlife game in Bwindi National park and Queen Elizabeth.|
|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.|