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February 2023

A Gorilla Trek is a highlight of any visit to Uganda or Rwanda, and mountain gorillas are undoubtedly the main reason why so many people visit these two countries.

Find out about gorilla trekking holidays to see gorillas in the wild, how to get a permit, and why you should book with Forever Africa Safari to organize such treks.

Gorilla trekking is defined as a hike through Africa’s tropical forests to see mountain gorillas in their natural habitat.

When Should You Visit Africa to See Mountain Gorillas?

Gorilla trekking is possible all year in Uganda, Rwanda, and Congo.

What Will the Price of a Gorilla Safari be in 2023?

  • Cost of a Day of Gorilla Trekking in Uganda: $1100
  • A 2-day gorilla safari will run you about $1380.
  • An average 3-day gorilla tour costs $1500.

Of course, as you search for the gorilla package quotes, generally speaking, the least expensive gorilla safari should cost around $1200 (budget in Uganda) and $2200 budget in Rwanda. However, depending on how many people go and the gorilla permit.

Midrange or moderate accommodation will range from $1500-$2500 in Uganda and $2500-$3500 in Rwanda

You should expect to pay between $ 4000 – $ 6000 per person for the super-luxury gorilla safari.

Most tourists prefer the mid-range, not so budget, but affordable accommodations, according to reviews of the majority of gorilla tour operators in Uganda.

TOP GORILLA TREKKING SAFARI

Undoubtedly, this is among the most breathtaking animal encounters ever! These magnificent gigantic primates are so near to you.

You both look at one other blankly, unsure of who should break the prolonged silence first.

It is a magical experience to go gorilla tracking in the mountainous jungle on the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest’s slopes, as well as in Maghinga in Uganda and Virunga (Rwanda).

Here are some of the gorilla trekking trips that Forever Africa Safaris Experts can assist you in organizing. To begin, make an inquiry to our team.

3 Days Gorilla Trekking in Uganda

Uganda Gorilla Trekking for 3 Days

On this quick weekend African safari, go gorilla trekking and enter the Bwindi Impenetrable rainforest jungle to encounter the mighty gentle giants of the mountains.

Safari Type: Custom Made
For Who: Not for Kids
Start/End: Entebbe, Uganda

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3 Day Rwanda Gorilla Safari

3 day gorilla safari in Rwanda

Arrive in Kigali, then travel to your luxurious forest lodge in the Volcanoes National Park, where you will embark on your once-in-a-lifetime mountain gorilla tracking adventure.

Safari Type: Custom Made
For Who: Not for children
Start/End: Kigali, Rwanda

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8 Days Chimps, Gorillas & Wildlife Safari

Chimpanzee, Gorilla, and Wildlife Safari for 8 Days

Mountain gorilla trekking in Bwindi, and chimpanzee tracking in Kibale Forest Impenetrable woodland, boat safari, and wildlife game drive in the Queen Elizabeth National Park.

Safari Type: Custom Made
For Who: Partly not for kids
Start/End: Entebbe, Uganda

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3 Day Gorilla Trekking safari in Rwanda

Primates Safari in Uganda for 10 Days

Combines Queen Elizabeth National Park’s expansive African savanna grasslands with Kibale Forest and Bwindi Impenetrable National Park’s deep tropical rainforests.

Safari Type: Custom Made
For Who: Not for Kids
Start/End: Entebbe, Uganda

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3 Day Rwanda Gorillas & Akagera Wildlife Safari

3 Day Gorilla & Wildlife Safari in Rwanda

Go on a classic African safari game drive in Akagera Park Only Savanna Wildlife Park in addition to tracking the mountain gorillas of Rwanda in Volcanoes National Park.

Safari Type: Short Custom Made
For Who: Kids can’t see gorillas
Start/End: Kigali, Rwanda

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2 Day Gorilla Tracking Safari in Uganda

2 Day Gorilla Tracking Safari in Uganda

Spend an hour with the entire mountain gorilla family in Uganda’s Bwindi Impenetrable Forest. Meet the great mountain giants.

Safari Type: Short Custom Made
For Who: Not for Kids
Start/End: Entebbe, Uganda

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3 Day Gorilla Trekking safari in Rwanda

10 Day Luxury Primates Safari in Uganda

Combines the wide African savanna plains of Queen Elizabeth NP with the dense tropical rainforests of Kibale Forest & Bwindi Impenetrable National Park

Safari Type: Custom Made
For Who: Not for Kids
Start/End: Entebbe, Uganda

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6 Day Highlights of Rwanda & Uganda Safari

Highlights of a 6-day safari in Rwanda & Uganda

This safari in Africa will include stops at Uganda’s Bwindi Forest National Park and Rwanda’s Akagera National Park, both of which are savanna parks.

Safari Type: Short Custom Made
For Who: Partly Not for kids
Start/End: Kigali, Rwanda

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Popular Gorilla Trekking locations in Uganda and Rwanda

Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park and Mgahinga Gorilla National Park are the two gorilla safari destinations in Uganda.

There are a total of 18 gorilla groups or families, and you are only permitted to track all groups. However, eight (8) people are permitted to track one group per day.

This is because a trek will take approximately 3-8 hours trek before meeting a group of gorillas.

The best location or park to see gorillas in the wild is Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, which has 17 gorilla groups. With Bwindi tours, you can see 11 primates, including the black-and-white colobus monkey, and 90 different species of mammals.

Bwindi Gorilla Trekking Families or groups

  • Buhoma Trek or sector: Habinyanja, Katwe, Mubare, Rushegura; Ruhija Trek: with gorilla families, Mukiza, Oruzogo, Bitukura, and Kyaguliro
  • Rushaga Trek or sector: Kutu, Bikingi, Mishaya, Bushigye, Kahungye, Rwigi, Bweza, Nshongi, Mucunguzi; Nkuringo Trek: Christmas, Nkuringo, Bushaho

Mgahinga Gorilla Family

You can hike the Nyakagezi group in Mgahinga Park, which is surrounded by the slopes of the Virunga volcanoes, including Mts. Muhavura (4,127m), Gahinga (3474m), and Sabinyo (3645m).

Rwanda’s Volcanoes National Park

Ten habituated chimpanzees from several groups, including Bwenge, Susa Agashya, Amahoro, Sabinyo, Ugenda, Hiwa, Karisimbi, Titus, and Umubano, may be found in this park.

Congo’s Virunga National Park

Eight habituated chimpanzees from several groups, including Bageni, Mapuwa, Rugendo, Kabirizi, Lulengo, Nyakamwe, Munyaga, and Humba, may be found in this park.

How to access the Gorilla parks for safari

Entebbe International Airport in Uganda and Kigali International Airport in Rwanda is the international entrance ports from which you can fly to access the gorilla parks.

It will take 3–4 hours to travel by road to get to Bwindi National Park from Kigali, a Rwandan entry point, even though the park is in Uganda.

Additionally, you can get to Bwindi on one of Aero Link’s daily internal flights via Kisoro and Kihihi from Entebbe and Masai Mara.

Additionally, once you arrive at international airports, traveling by automobile is the most popular, exciting, and affordable method to get to the parks.

It takes 8 to 9 hours to drive from Kampala to Bwindi, during which you can make pauses such as near the Equator for a water experiment.

It takes 8 to 9 hours to drive from Kampala to Bwindi, with stops at the equator’s water experiment and the Igongo cultural center.

You would need to travel for two to three hours to get to the Volcanoes National Park from Kigali.

You may get there from the Goma Airport in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (Congo) and then drive there for around two hours.

You can enter Virunga Park from Rwanda (Gorilla trekking Rwanda) at the border crossing at Gisenyi, which is close to Goma, and it will take you roughly 1.5 hours to get there.

If you have made reservations for gorilla trekking in Rwanda from Uganda, the visitor will stay the night in Kisoro and then transfer in the morning.

If you have reserved gorilla trekking in Rwanda from Uganda, you will stay the night in Kisoro and then travel across the Bunagana Border in the morning.

The journey to the park headquarters at Bukima, where gorilla trekking begins, will take 30 minutes.

Additionally, you can travel by sea from Bukavu to Virunga National Park for gorilla trekking in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

It will take you three hours to get between Goma to Kivu on a speedboat.

A Motorised slow boat will cost US$50 and a private boat would cost US$300–$500, but it will take 4-5 hours to reach the park.

Don’t let a lack of transportation knowledge prevent you from doing your gorilla trekking safari; we have given you all available transportation options.

Visitor Guidelines For Gorilla Tracking

Since these apes share 98% of our genes, gorillas could contract the corona virus.

Gorillas are susceptible to the flu and other airborne diseases, making Covid 19 a serious threat to their survival.

  • Keep a 7-meter viewing distance from the gorillas.
  • The age restriction is 15 years or older.
  • The allotted time to view the gorillas is only one hour.
  • The wearing of masks is crucial
  • Don’t sneeze;
  • Sanitize
  • Adhere to other SOP rules.

Expectations for a Gorilla Safari

Expect to get out of your cozy bed on the morning of your trek and arrive at the briefing location by 7:30 am.

Following a briefing, eight tourists will be assigned to each of several tracking routes. Set out for the forest in search of gorillas with the assistance of guides and rangers.

You might see different species of monkeys, butterflies, mammals, and much more in the forest. Sometimes the forest presents difficulties, so being physically fit will be necessary.

Be prepared to be sweaty and muddy at the end of the day.

It’s okay to take pictures with your camera or iPhone once you see the gorillas, but don’t use flash because the animals might charge.

You will be with these gentle giants for anywhere from forty minutes to an hour. It will be a truly transformative experience.

After the hike, return to your lodging or choose to visit a Batwa pygmy village for a cultural experience.

Habituation Experience With Gorillas?

Gorilla habituation is the process of acclimating wild gorillas to people. For three years, gorillas are trained by scientists and park rangers.

You can join the group of researchers and park rangers after completing the training. Only four guests are permitted. It is unique due to this.

Gorilla habituation costs $1500 per person daily. You actively participate in the gorilla habituation, which is the most thrilling aspect of this experience!

How to get a  Gorilla Trekking Permit In Uganda

Gorilla trekking is done in either Mgahinga National Park or Bwindi Impenetrable National Park in Uganda.

However, the majority of the sold permits are for Bwindi NP due to the inconsistent gorilla population in Mgahinga.

Every gorilla permit costs US $ 700 in Uganda. It used to cost US $ 450 in April, May, and November.

Please be advised that these deals have expired. Only 8 people are permitted to see a gorilla family out of the nearly 72 visitors who enter Bwindi on a single day to see the gorillas.

The most common error is choosing a gorilla family that is far from your preferred lodging, so we strongly advise you to book your gorilla permit with a Forever Africa Safari agent!

This is a remote area, so getting to Bwindi and its various regions can be challenging.

To cut costs, you might end up spending more if you decide to go on your own on the gorilla trek. This is something that trained safari guides can assist you with.

In Rwanda (Gorilla Trekking Rwanda price), only 8 people can track a single gorilla family and 80 permits are issued per day.

The costs of a gorilla permit in Rwanda depend on the kind of activity you wish to participate in as below

  • Ordinary permit the US dollars $1500 per person and issued to all guest who wishes to trek in Rwanda
  • Exclusive Gorilla experience US dollars$15,000
  • Behind the scenes experience with the gorilla’s US dollars $30,000 for 3 people
  • Gorilla Photography and filming the US  dollars$5000 for a small crew of 4 people for 3 days and the US dollars$12,000 for a big crew of 8 people for 3 days consecutively.

How Much is A Gorilla Trekking Safari or Tour?

A gorilla trekking safari will depend mainly on how much you can spend on your trip from budget to Mid-range and luxury safari as per below;

Uganda gorilla safari costs

Rwanda gorilla safari costs

We encourage you to book your gorilla permit with an agent since this helps you avoid disappointments when you book accommodation outside the sector for tracking.

It seems cheap but you will end up incurring more costs in transportation since these roads leading to the parks get tricky and are all marrum and located in remote areas.

Both countries will offer you great views of the activity and when you find the mountain gorillas you will be permitted to stay with them for only one (1) hour.

The ranger will lead you back to the park quarters. Please note that gorilla permits don’t have low season rates anymore in Uganda and Rwanda.

Luxurious gorilla safari

Volcanoes National Park in Rwanda is where the most opulent gorilla treks are conducted. When staying in opulent lodges in Rwanda like Bisate Lodge, Singita Kwitonda Lodge, or Sabyinyo Silverback Lodge, a 9-day luxury safari costs over $ 15,000 compared to a gorilla permit’s $ 1500 per person cost. Gorilla Forest Camp, Mahogany Springs, and Clouds Lodge are the top accommodations in Uganda.

Africa’s Cheap Gorilla Tours

For $450 in Congo and $700 in Uganda, the least expensive gorilla permits are available.

Uganda gorilla tours can be booked at inexpensive lodging starting at $120 per night in Bwindi National Park.

Lodges like Bwindi Backpackers Lodge, Ruhondeza Lodge, Ride for a woman, Gorilla Valley Lodge, and Buhoma Community Rest Camp. In Rwanda, the hotel Muhabura is the most affordable.

Which country offers the best opportunity to see mountain gorillas?  When comparing Uganda and Rwanda

This is a difficult question because they are all mountain gorillas who live in forests! Almost the same setting.

It is not a good idea to compare Uganda to Rwanda because Uganda has more wildlife than Rwanda.

Aside from mountain gorillas, visitors can also see Murchison Falls other primates in Kibale Forest National Park and Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Sanctuary, wildlife in Queen Elizabeth  National park.

If you are concerned about the cost, please keep in mind that gorilla permits in Rwanda have recently been raised to USD $1500 per individual, while in Uganda they are USD $700 each.

The permit allows you to spend one hour with the mountain gorillas in a group of eight people.

If you are threatened by If the price concerns you, consider that you are contributing to the conservation of mountain gorillas, and as a thank you, you will be rewarded with an hour spent observing and enjoying their company.

Keep in mind that only 80 people are permitted to see the gorillas in their natural habitat each day. Because their habitat is so fragile, every time you walk through this forest, you leave a trace.

In conclusion, Uganda is the best place to see gorillas since the permit is affordable and number of accommodation facilities to choose from.

Mountain Gorillas’ Feeding Behavior

Mountain gorillas can be spotted in two locations in Uganda: Mgahinga Gorilla Park, a gorgeous park that is a part of the Virunga range of massive volcanoes that stretches into the DRC and Rwanda, and Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park.

Mountain gorillas are most numerous in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest. It is an old forest that is also referred to as “the Place of Darkness.” This woodland is incredibly dark because of the tree cover.

The elevations of the forest range from 1,160 to 2,607 meters above sea level. Both the Bwindi and Mgahinga have unique qualities as well as similarities. While the Mgahinga is a zone of extinct volcanic activity, the Bwindi is not.

The Mountain Gorillas migrate up to the higher elevations of Mgahinga Gorilla Park to feed on some of the afro-montane plants.

The critically endangered mountain gorillas typically consume enormous amounts of seasonal flowers, leaves, fruit, roots, bamboo, and shoots. The daily caloric limit for adults is 75 pounds.

A Mountain Gorilla’s day begins at 6 am and lasts until 6 pm, including a nap at noon. Light first reaches Uganda just after 6 am, and darkness sets in around 7 pm.

These migrate daily to new areas, where they build their nests from of twigs and leaves and spend the night. These have proven to be just snug enough for some folks to fall asleep in.

Do Mountain Gorillas Pose a Risk to Humans?

Do mountain gorillas pose a threat to visitors to Bwindi Impenetrable Forest? Although dominant and powerful, these gorillas are peaceful and quiet, and the mountain gorillas tourists meet in Uganda have become accustomed to people.

In other words, they become accustomed to people, which takes about two years. Dian Fossey really opposed the practice of going on mountain gorilla tours, but the money raised today ensures the survival of this critically endangered species, as evidenced by the rise in mountain gorilla populations in recent years.

Mountain gorillas strike when they feel threatened in order to defend their own.

The leader of each Mountain Gorilla troop clashes with the other when they meet and this may lead to death. Recent fighting between two silverbacks in the Democratic Republic of the Congo required ranger intervention.

Mountain gorillas can be found in groups of two to thirty or forty, but ten are the most usual number.

Since infants are born all year long, there is no set time of year when mating occurs. While females start giving birth between 10 and 12 years old, males start reproducing at 15 years old.

Females might have four to six children during their lifespan by giving birth every two to three years. Over half of the females will leave their group, whereas males typically leave at around age 11.

There are currently 25 noises that experts have identified as being used by mountain gorillas to communicate. These sounds include shouts, roars, and grunts.

How To Book A Gorilla Permit (Guide)

  • Chose a date you intend to visit and trek gorillas
  • You will be informed if the date is available or not, if yes then we will tentatively reserve the permit for you
  • You will share your passport details to be used on your permit and transfer the money for the permit plus the bank charges
  • We will acknowledge receipt of funds then after processing the permit, we shall send you a copy and retain the hard copy to be used during tracking.

Important Gorilla Trekking Tips

  • Always book your gorilla trekking permit in advance through your travel agent. The ordinary permits cost $500 in DRC, $700 IN Uganda and US $1500 in Rwanda.
  • A yellow fever certificate is a must for all trekkers but we advise you add on other vaccinations for your safety especially in DRC- Congo Hepatitis A, Typhoid, Meningitis and rabies injections as well as anti-malaria
  • You need to obtain a visa that is East African visa for Rwanda and Uganda at $100 and Congo will require an advance application and fee is $100
  • You need to prepare in advance the clothes to wear which should be comfortable since the activity becomes strenuous. You need to have trekking shoes, moisture impermeable socks, comfy mountaineering clothes, rain gear. A light backpack should be handy with drinking water and snacks. In case you can’t carry your luggage please get a porter before set off at the US $20.

Gorilla Trekking or Tracking Guidelines

The guidelines for viewing gorillas in Uganda, Rwanda, and the Democratic Republic of Congo are the same as below;

  • Only 8 members are allowed to view mountain gorillas to avoid the spread of diseases
  • Only people 15 years and above are allowed to trek gorillas
  • Gorilla trekking takes place once every day from 8 am- 7 pm.
  • You will only spend 1 hour with the gorillas once you find them
  • When tracking keep a distance of 5-7 meters, these are wild animals that are 98% close to humans and catch diseases from humans
  • While tracking you should lower your voice not to interfere with the gorilla interaction in the wild
  • Avoid littering in the park and before trekking please wash your hands
  • You shouldn’t touch a mountain gorilla at all
  • Be calm during trekking because when the gorilla charges you shouldn’t look directly into its eyes until it moves away.

Gorilla Habituation Facts

Things you may not know during a gorilla Habituation Encounter in Bwindi

  • Guests are allowed up to +4hrs with the Mountain Gorillas, this is for 4 times from the 1hr allocated to guests on a normal gorilla trek
  • Visitors are joined by Mountain Gorilla researchers to have information-rich content on the existence and adaptation of Mountain Gorillas
  • The Family visited has one of the biggest numbers of Mountain Gorillas
  • It is now the most popular choice by tourists from 2 times Gorilla trek
  • Gorilla Habituation Permit fees cost US$ 1,500

What To Wear For Gorilla Tour

During gorilla trekking or hikes you will need the below packing list since the climate is unpredictable in this forest;

    • Repellant for insects.
    • A lightweight raincoat
    • Coverall
    • A camera
    • Spectacles,
    • Water in bottles
    • Long pants or trousers,
    • Gloves
    • Energy bites/Snacks.

Where To Stay on Gorilla trekking safari: Gorilla safari lodge

Your budget matters a lot when it comes to where you will stay during the gorilla tracking activity.

There are a number of places to choose from that is those in and outside the park. Below are places to stay per country;

Uganda

  • Buhoma Lodge
  • Mahogany Springs
  • Gorilla Luxury Lodge
  • Rushaga Gorilla camp
  • Lake Mutanda Lodge
  • Lake Mulehi Gorilla lodge
  • Gorilla Valley Lodge
  • Nkuringo Lodge
  • Clouds Gorilla Lodge

Rwanda

  • Sabyinyo Silverback lodge
  • Virunga lodge
  • Mountain gorilla lodge
  • Le bamboo gorilla lodge
  • Democratic Republic of Cong
  • Tchegera Island Camp
  • Mikeno Lodge
  • Lakeside Hotel Bukava
  • Kibumba Tented Camp
  • Lulimbi Tented Camp
  • Lodge Coco
  • Orchids Safari Club

Final Facts About Gorillas

  • They don’t leave anywhere in the world apart from Uganda, Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of Congo. This is because they can’t survive in any zoo or detention given their adaptability.
  • Mountain Gorillas are huge animals that grow up to 6 feet tall and weigh from 350-500 pounds.
  • Mountain gorillas are twice as stronger as 10 men combined and when close to them a ranger should be present to protect you. Their arms stretch to up to 7 feet
  • Male mountain gorillas are referred to as Silverback because their hair turns silver as they mature.
  • Mountain gorillas are hairy with darker hair compared to the lowland gorillas since they stay in a colder environment with high altitudes
  • Mountain gorilla’s life span is up to 40-50 years of age.
  • Young mountain gorillas play in trees and adults climb trees once in a while so long as it supports them
  • Mountain gorilla’s DNA is 98% close to humans
  • The adult Mountain gorilla consumes 75 pounds of leaves, figs, fruits, roots and bamboos that is they are herbivores.
  • Mountain Gorillas sleep in a different nest every night and that’s why they move to different locations every day.
  • Mountain gorillas are gentle and shy animals so they won’t hurt you. All gorillas’ guests trek is habituated (they are used to humans) and won’t harm you.
  • Mountain gorillas leave in families of 2-40 people and in Uganda, the biggest family is for 23 individuals. With no specific mating season so babies are born throughout the year.
  • The gestation period of a mountain gorilla is 9 months giving birth to 4-6 offsprings and families give birth every 2-3 years
  • Males breed at 15 years and families at 10-12 years
  • Mountain gorillas communicate through sounds like grunts, shouts and sounds. Researchers have so far documented 25 sounds of the gorillas and know the meanings.

In conclusion, a gorilla tracking safari can be combined with other tours in Uganda and Rwanda.

We recommend that you combine this gorilla tour with other classical places in Uganda like Lake Mburo, Queen Elizabeth, Murchison Falls, Jinja tour, Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Sanctuary, Kibale Forest N.P.

In Rwanda, you can combine your tours with Lake Kivu, Akagera National Park, Nyungwe Chimpanzee canopy walk and Gishwati Mukura.

Furthermore, cross border safaris can be added In Kenya don’t forget to add on the Masai Mara for the wildebeest and Amboseli for the big five.

These combinations will just add a slice to your safari as you touch each of the East African Adventure.

Forever Africa Safari offers a variety of gorilla trekking safari options at unbeatable rates. Contact us for the best rates at info@foreverafricasafari.com or call us /WhatsApp us +256 772 221 880 to start planning your safari/tour today!

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