Gorilla trekking Bwindi Safaris from Zambia – Budget Gorilla trekking Safaris in Uganda – we help you secure Gorilla permits for your trekking adventure
An exciting tailor-made Gorilla trekking Bwindi safaris from Zambia encountering the endangered Mountain Gorillas of Uganda in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park on foot allows you to enjoy intimate wildlife encounters as well as fantastic photo opportunities in meters with mountain gorillas as meeting them face on the face is a memorable adventure experience. The experience of watching a family of Mountain Gorillas play, foraging, and relaxing will stand out in your memory for a lifetime. Many describe feeling a deep connection to these great apes, which you are sure to share when tracking them.
How to travel from Zambia to Uganda?
Kenneth Kaunda International Airport is an international airport in Lusaka – Zambia. The airport is the largest in Zambia and serves as a hub for its region. It was officially known as the Lusaka International Airport before being renamed in 2011 in honor of Kenneth Kaunda, the nation’s first president. You can connect from this Airport to Entebbe International Airport for your Mountain Gorilla tracking in Uganda’s Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park. And please note that there is no direct flight from Lusaka airport in Zambia to Entebbe international airport in Uganda, the quickest flight takes 5h 45m and it has one stopover.
The flights from Zambia to Uganda are operated by different airlines and these include Kenya airways, Rwanda air express, Ethiopia Airlines, and Air link. Typically 0 flights are run in a week, though the weekend and holiday schedules might vary, so check well in advance.
Can I drive from Zambia to Uganda?
Yes, and the driving distance between Zambia and Uganda is 2994km. It takes approximately 43h 51m to drive from Zambia to Uganda.
This Gorilla trekking Bwindi safaris from Zambia can either start on the day you arrive at Entebbe International Airport or the next day after you arrive from Zambia depending on the time you arrive. Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park also offers a remarkably wide range of activities including bird watching looking out for 350 different bird species, 310 different species of butterflies, 200 trees species, and 120 primates including the Chimpanzees in Bwindi forest and the Black and White Columbus monkeys during your Gorilla watching.
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