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This 3 days safari will take you to the Murchison falls N.P  for game drives and see how river Nile forces its way through rocks to form Murchison Falls


Come face to face with the Uganda's Wildlife and boat cruise on 32 meter Kazinga channel which connects Lake George and Edward


Trek the endangered Mountain Gorillas in Bwindi impenetrable forest national park. 


Track and spend time with one of the Chimpanzee families in Kibale Forest National park while learn how they spend the day in the wild.


2 Days Birding at Mabamba Bay Safari

This safari will take you to Mabamba bay for a great birding experience, observe how shoebills hunt for food in Mabamba swamps 

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Trek and Habituate the endangered Mountain Gorillas to learn how they spend their day in the wild. 


Fly in to Murchison falls national park from Entebbe and enjoy the magnificent views of the Murchison falls


Fly in to Kihihi airstrip from Entebbe for a Gorilla habituation safari in Bwindi Impenetrable national park


Eplore the wildlife in the southwestern parts of Uganda with Gorilla trekking in Bwindi and Golden monkey tracking in Mgahinga national park


Overcome your fear by taking on  a full day grade 5 white water rafting experience on River Nile


This safari will take you to Jinja for water rafting, ziplining, source of the Nile visit and the Sipi Falls in Kapchorwa.


3 Days Chimpanzee tracking Safari

Track and spend time with one of the Chimpanzee families in Kibale Forest National park while learn how they spend the day in the wild.

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Things to Know

Best Time to Trek Gorillas

Although it's regarded as a year-round activity, the best time to visit Uganda for gorilla trekking is during the country's two dry seasons: January to February and from June to September.

The average temperatures of Uganda are at 21.5 C and 71 F, these also drop at night time to around 54 F which affects the altitude. Rainfall in Uganda ranges between 1000-2000mm every year. However, throughout the year the skies in Uganda are clear which supports most safari vacations....


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Booking a Gorilla Permit 

To trek any Gorilla family in Uganda or Rwanda, you need a valid Gorilla permit. This is a document or a card issued by Uganda Wildlife Authority or Rwanda Development Board that allows any traveler  to trek the Gorillas.

At Broveny Safaris, we save you that hustle and book a Gorilla permit on your behalf. We normally advise tourists to book the permits several months in advance      (4 - 5 months) before your visit. 

These Gorilla permits are very competitive most especially during peak seasons of...

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What should I pack?

To prepare for the trek, it helps to familiarize yourself with the landscape and altitude that you'll encounter. Since Gorilla trekking involves a lot of walking or hiking on rough, mountainous terrain, a tracker is advised to pack hiking comfortable shoes, a raincoat, hat/hood, long-sleeved shirts and trousers, a backpack, enough water and food, a good camera that can take stunning photos in dim light without a flash. The experience requires a fair fitness level as you will be hiking in humid conditions through thick vegetation and along steep, at times rather muddy, mountain tracks. 

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General Gorilla trekking Rules

If you are planning to do a gorilla tour in Uganda or Rwanda soon; it is good to have an idea of the tracking rules and regulations that apply when finally gorilla trekking in the forest and more so when you encounter the mountain gorillas. 
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