UGANDA MEDUIM SAFARIS (5 - 10 Days)

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This 5 days safari will take you to bwindi for Gorilla trekking and Kibale national park for Chimpanzee tracking experience

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This 5 days safari will take you to Bwindi for Gorilla trekking and Queen Elizabeth national park for game drives, tree climbing lions and boat cruise on kanzinga channel

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Tracking the tree climbing lions during our park game drives and lunch boat cruise on kazinga channel to view concentrations of hippos and birds

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This 5 days safari will take you to Queen Elizabeth and Murchison Falls for  wildlife games and lunch boat cruise in search of the Big Five.

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6 Days Kidepo Valley National Park Safari

Enjoy the breathtaking wildlife experience in the true Africa's wilderness park in search of cheetahs, rock lions, buffalos during the game drives.  

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This 7 days safari will take you to Murchison falls national park, Zziwa Rhino Sanctuary and Kidepo Valley National park

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This 7 days safari will take you TO Queen Elizabeth NP and Murchison NP for games drives and boat cruise then to Kibale forest NP for Chimpanzee tracking

This 7 days Birding safari will take you to some of the most visited birding areas in Uganda. 

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This 8 days safari will take you to Bwindi for Gorillas, Lake Mburo, Queen Elizabeth NP for wildlife game drives and Kibale NP for chimpanzee tracking

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Climb Mountain Rwenzori to Margherita Peak through Kilembe Circuit

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Climb to the snow capped Margherita peak through the Central circuit trail. This is the most used trail to the Peak. 

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This 10 days safari will take you to Bwindi for Gorillas, Queen Elizabeth, Kibale Forest, Lake Bunyonyi, Lake Mburo for wildlife and cultural trails

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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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