Stay at Lake Mulehe & trek gorillas in Bwindi – Bwindi impenetrable National Park and Mgahinga gorilla National Park
Stay at Lake Mulehe & trek gorillas in Bwindi – Welcome to Lake Mulehe Safari Lodge where we will make your life time dream of visiting Uganda come true by providing you with a private and peaceful environment to stay. The staff will go an extra mile to make sure your stay is as memorable as possible. The Lodge is a Peaceful Oasis where silence is broken by crickets, it is a destination of diversity, energy and culture. From the fancy colors that burst open in its blue skies to its charming sunset that leaves many of its visitors at a loss of words.
It is a touristic facility where you can explore the wilderness and be pampered in splendor. During your stay with us at Lake Mulehe safari lodge, you will be able to tick off your bucket list experience of trekking the enchanting Mountain Gorillas, a Must do activity when you are still alive. You will however, be able to engage in many more other activities like experiencing the Batwa in Mgahinga, track the Golden monkeys in Mgahinga or Echuya Forest, enjoy the canoe boat cruise on lake Mulehe & experience the Bafumbira culture when you take the community walk, these and more experiences await you when you visit. You will be able to visit the following mountain gorilla groups from Lake Mulehe;
Tracking gorillas in Rushaga
Stay at Lake mulehe & trek gorillas in Bwindi – Rushaga is the perfect sector in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest when it comes to mountain gorilla trekking and it is also the only sector where visitors can do Gorilla Habituation Experience. The Rushaga gorilla trekking sector has 8 gorilla families.
Gorilla trekking in Nkuringo
If you choose to do a gorilla trek tour in Uganda’s Bwindi, you will be allocated to trek gorillas in either of the park’s 4 sectors. One of these is Nkuringo in the south of Bwindi which has 3 gorilla families or gorilla groups.
Trekking gorillas in Nkuringo sector offers some of the most challenging gorilla treks within Bwindi Impenetrable Forest.
If you are a photographer, Nkuringo is a location that you do not want to miss in all of Uganda because it simply is an incredible location, and the views seem to change all day long from the early morning mist to the sunset in the evening. Nkuringo is truly magical and mere words cannot describe its beauty and wonders. You have to visit this incredible spot in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest and you too will see it as one of the most stunning locations in all of Africa. An experience in sight, color and the surrounding sounds that weave together a tapestry of memories of this magical place called Nkuringo.
Gorilla trekking in Mgahinga
Mgahinga Gorilla National Park is located in the southwestern Uganda on the border with the Democratic Republic of Congo and Rwanda. Covering an area of about 33.7 square kilometers, the park is a habitat for man’s closest cousin, the mountain gorillas which roam about the whole forest in search for food. This park is one of the few places in the world where the endangered mountain gorillas live and it attracts people from different countries to come on Uganda Gorilla Safari. There is no doubt that Mgahinga Gorilla national park is one of the leading tourism sites in Uganda since it harbors these rare primates.
The Nyakagezi gorilla family is the only fully habituated gorilla group in Mgahinga Gorilla National Park. Given that it is the only habituated gorilla family, it offers visitors a great opportunity to track the rare mountain gorillas in the wild. The Nyakagezi family is composed of 9 members; 4 silver backs, 2 infants, and 2Adults females and1 juvenile. The dominant silverback is Mark who took over leadership from his father Bugingo. The other members include Mathew and Mafia (silverbacks), Nyiramwiza and Nshuti (adult females), Nkanda (juvenile), Mutagamba and Rukundo (Infant).
Bugingo the oldest silverback is believed to be more than 54 years. A rare but an interesting fact about the Nyakagezi group is that Bugingo still lives in the family yet in most cases, once the dormant silverback is overthrown, he is banished and dies in isolation or seeks refuge from other gorilla groups. For example in Mubare group, after Kanyonyi took over leadership from Ruhondeza, the latter left the group and lived a solitary life until he died.