A safari guide to gorilla trekking in Bwindi Impenetrable national park-Uganda safaris & Tours
Trekking mountain gorillas in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park is one of the world’s greatest privileges. These endangered species have been saved from extinction and their numbers have gradually increased in Uganda. This has helped in increasing gorillas tours to Uganda.
Bwindi Impenetrable forest is also located in south west of Uganda, and it’s a home to half of the total gorillas remaining in the wild. This park has attracted many gorilla tracking safaris to Uganda, since it’s known to be untamed tropical jungle that shines in the thick foliage making your gorilla trek interesting in Uganda.
The most important task is to get a gorilla permit, this is necessary since various gorilla groups are restricted to many permits per group and per day. One hour with the mountain gorillas in Bwindi Impenetrable national park will automatically reward you.
Another guiding activity to gorilla tracking in Bwindi is getting briefing at the park head quarters, here the dos and don’ts of the activity will be aired out and these might include; maintaining silence in the forest, following the guide’s orders and many more rules. These rules and regulations have helped carrying out successful gorilla tracking safaris with in Uganda.
The next guide will be engaging with the wonderful mountain gorillas, and only one hour is allowed to spend with them. These gorillas appear through the undergrowth with the silverbacks leading their group. They have a common character of either giving the tourists attention or decide to ignore you completely. There features have continued to attract many mountain gorilla trekking tours to Bwindi Impenetrable National Park.
Prime Uganda safaris & Tours updates 2013