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This 11 days safari will take you Kibale forest, Buhoma, Ruhija sector, Mgahinga National park in search for different bird species.  


This 12 days safari will take you to Murchison falls, Kidepo valley NP, Sipi Falls, Source of the Nile, Zip linning in Mabira forest. 


This 14 days safari will take you on a mind blowing with every bit of the national park experiences, viewing the Big Five during our game drive and Boat trips


16 Days Uganda Birding & Primates Expedition

This 16 Days safari will take you on a breath taking views of Uganda's bird species and primate species in Murchison falls, Queen Elizabeth NP, Bwindi, Lake Mburo, Budongo Forest, Kibale fores, Semuliki NP

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Enjoy our game drives and boat rides with our experienced guides in search for the Big Five in different national parks. 


Trek the endangered Mountain Gorillas and take on the game drives and boat rides in Uganda's savannah national parks. 


13 Days Best of Uganda Wildlife Safari

This 13 days safari will take you to Murchisos falls, Queen Elizabeth for game drives and boat rides, Kibale forest for chimp and Bwindi for Gorillas

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19 Days Best of Uganda 

Enjoy both the wildlife experience and the adventure in Uganda in one safari package. From Murchison falls - Kidepo - Sipi Falls to adventure city Jinja. 

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19 Days Uganda Gorilla & Wildlife Experience

Trek Gorillas in Bwindi, track the tree climbing lions in Ishasha sector, game drives and boat rides in Queen, Murchison falls, Kidepo valley national parks

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20 Days Uganda Great

This 20 days Safari will take you to Bwindi for gorilla trekking, Lake Mburo, Queen Elizabeth, Murchison falls, Ziwa for game drives, Kibale for Chimp tracking

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21 Days Uganda Primates, Wildlife, Birding and Adventure

Take on the gorilla and chimp tracking, National park game drives and birding in Kibale forest, mabamba bay,  Pian Upe, Kidepo, Queen Elizabeth, Murchison falls.

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20 Days Uganda Safari Adventure

Enjoy this safari with vistits to Jinja, Sipi falls, Sipi Falls, Murchison falls, Semuliki hot springs, Kibale forest, Bwindi, Lake Bunyonyi, Ngamba chimp Sanctuary 

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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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