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P O BOX 6430, Kampala,

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Bwindi: The Ultimate Gorilla Habituation Experience

Bwindi Impenetrable National Park introduced a mountain gorilla habitation experience – the very first of its kind in the world. With two new gorilla families being habituated in the Rushaga sector of southern Bwindi.

Typical gorilla trekking is restricted to only one hour under circumstances that one cannot always fully control. However, in this experience you will be moving with researchers who habituate Gorillas. Spend 4 hours with the gorillas to see how they are are habituated.

For those interested in photography or primate behavior, this experience is like no other and it’s an absolute first in Africa!

Please contact our Tour Consultants for the detailed price information!

 
Please note that only four guests are allowed on each trek and larger groups can be accommodated on alternate days.

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For more detailed information, personalized safaris and prices please contact us.

 

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What do our clients say?

Mr Andie Browns, North London, UK

Many thanks for organizing our successful family trip to Uganda. It was my first visit to the country and I was pleasantly surprised by the quality of the accommodation, food and guiding. The roads were better than expected and pockets of game were good. The primates were outstanding as was the scenery and friendliness of […]

Did you know?

Mountain Gorilla live in close-knit family groups that may have upto 30 members.

Gorillas give birth for the first time at the age of 10 years and have more offspring every after three to four years