Pocket friendly gorilla tracking safaris in Uganda – For all travelers Looking for a pocket friendly Gorilla holidays in Uganda, Great Adventure Safaris offers you great discounts on our Gorilla Safari packages without compromising the quality of the services and experience. Enjoy great and memorable Gorilla tracking adventures at the lowest price possible.
Our pocket friendly lodges are self-contained with bathrooms and toilet en-suite and safe with good hygiene to ensure maximum satisfaction. Why not talk to one of our seasoned professionals today and learn more about our pocket friendly Gorilla safaris in Uganda?
Gorilla tracking in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park a home to almost half of the remaining population of the Mountain Gorillas and others in the Mgahinga Gorilla National Park and the Virunga Massif is a one lifetime experience and a memorable adventure.
This is an amazing Gorilla tracking adventure in Uganda’s Bwindi Impenetrable Forest and Mgahinga Gorilla National Park. This also gives you a chance to take a cultural walk/tour to Batwa trail communities (Pygmies) the historical people who lived in these forests many years ago before they were gazetted as National Parks and learn more about their cultures.
Our 3 Days pocket friendly Gorilla tracking safaris to Bwindi Impenetrable Forest and Mgahinga Gorilla National Parks can start and end from Kampala or Entebbe International Airport in Uganda and Kigali International Airport Rwanda. We offer you a great opportunity to trek Mountain Gorillas twice in Uganda at a very affordable cost without compromising the quality of the services.
Great Adventure Safaris also specialise in a 5 Days pocket friendly Gorilla tracking adventure to Bwindi Impenetrable Forest and Kibale Forest National Park. The trip starts with either and a Chimpanzee or a Gorilla tracking adventure depending on the availability of Gorilla and Chimpanzee Permits at the time of confirmation of your safari to Uganda.
We also offer an 8 Days pocket friendly Gorilla tracking safari which heads to Uganda’s most famous National Parks at very affordable cost. This trip starts with transfer to Murchison Falls National Park for wildlife viewing and boat safaris on the Nile River, proceed to Kibale Forest National Park for Chimpanzee tracking, then connect to the magical Queen Elizabeth National Park for wildlife viewing and boat safaris on the Kazinga Channel, Ishasha sector of Queen Elizabeth National Park commonly known for tree climbing lions and end with Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park for Mountain Gorilla tracking and community, cultural and village interaction.
You will find our professional driver guide at the Airport for pickup. The guide must have a placard with our company Logo and your names to confirm he is from Great Adventure Safaris. Our guides reach the Airport in advance before the clients arrive.
Uganda the Pearl of Africa can be visited all year round. However, dry season between the months of June, July, August, September, October, December, and January is the best time to trek the endangered Mountain Gorillas and nature walk and bird watching though bird watching can be done in rainy season to see migratory bird species.
Driving in Uganda is on the left-hand side of the road with a valid driving permit/license. Visitors on self-drive are advised to hire experienced guides familiar with Ugandan roads to avoid getting stuck in the wilderness. Driving speed limit in Uganda is 100 kilometres per hour maximum and 50 kilometres per hour minimum.
Stop-overs for short calls, refreshment and photography are inevitable on a Uganda road trip. En route meals are also provided depending on the length of the journey. Our common stop-over for trips heading to the southern part of the country from Kampala or Entebbe International Airport is at the Equator line where we stop for some informative story about the Uganda Equator and photography.
Endeavour to have a valid Visa. You can apply for a Visa online or through immigration. Those doing a pocket friendly Gorilla tracking safari in Uganda through Rwanda can apply for an East African Tourist Visa which allows you to travel within Uganda and Rwanda with no difficulty.
Tipping your driver guide, porter, room attendants, waiters, waitresses and local people in communities is optional but highly appreciated. The amount to tip is your choice depending on the quality of service received. Tipping motivates service providers encouraging them to work harder and ensure quality service delivery.
Uganda, the Pearl of Africa, has a tropical type of climate with temperatures ranging between 25-29°C (77- 84°F); the rainy season in the south of Uganda ranges between mid-September to November and March to May. The dry season stretches between December to February and June to July. The northern areas of Uganda: Murchison Falls National Park and Kidepo Valley National Park have higher temperatures while south-western Uganda, especially around Lake Bunyonyi, Bwindi forest and Mgahinga Gorilla National Park are generally cooler. Remember to dress appropriately depending on which region you are traveling to.
Great Adventure safaris offers tailor made and pocket friendly Gorilla tracking safaris to Uganda and Rwanda. Our Mountain Gorilla tracking packages are tailored according to your interests, time and are usually available upon your request.
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