Student Gorilla tracking tours – Are you a student or a group of students? And you want track Mountain Gorillas in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest or Mgahinga Gorilla National Parks? Great Adventure Safaris brings you our 3 days quick weekend Gorilla holidays in Uganda and Rwanda.
Mgahinga Gorilla National Park is the smallest national park in Uganda with one habituated Gorilla family called Nyakagezi gorilla family, well as Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park has 18 habituated Gorilla families slit in four Gorilla tracking regions.
-Tour is available on budget travel.
-means of transport is by safari bus or by safari van.
-Tour can depart any time any day.
Tour is led by tour leader
-Safari departure is dependent on gorilla permits.
-During Gorilla tracking the school safari group will be split between Mgahinga and Bwindi respectively as there are only 8 Gorilla permits available in Mgahinga Gorilla National Park.
-Tour starts in Kampala, Entebbe or Kigali but pick-ups can be arranged with Great adventure safaris for special destination pick up anywhere upon booking the safari.
-it’s important to note that the age limit of Gorilla tracking in Uganda and Rwanda is 15 years.
-This tour package can also be done on camping accommodation meaning clients will camp during the time of their stay in the National park.
-This tour package has terms and conditions please contact Great adventure safaris for the updated terms and conditions.
-For international students we require a teacher or a tour leader from your school.
-Valid student’s identity card and the valid passport.
-It’s advisable that student acquire travel insurance before travelling but we can also arrange local travel insurance cover if requested by the school administration.
Gorilla tracking in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest or Mgahinga Gorilla National Parks is open to visitors throughout the year. But it is best done in June, July, August and September then December, January and February. During this period, Gorilla trekking in is much easier because it is a dry season and the habitat remains relatively drier thus making it simpler for visitors to hike through the dense jungles and steep slopes to search for the Mountain Gorillas. However, March, April, May and October, November are equally good for one to embark on Gorilla trekking in Uganda or Rwanda but these months are characterized by heavy rainfall, muddy and slippery steep slopes which make it challenging for one to hike while in search for these apes.
Contact Great Adventure Safaris for students educational trips and Gorilla tracking in Uganda and Rwanda. We provide you with relevant information about students wildlife and primate tours to help you prepare and plan a student group safari to Uganda and Rwanda.