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Why miss tracking mountain gorillas in Uganda – Prime Uganda Safaris

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mountain gorillaMountain gorillas are the main attraction of Uganda as a tourist destination, these are considered to be endangered species since they are conserved and preserved to avoid distinction. They have attracted many gorilla tracking safaris to Uganda which has helped in increasing revenue of the country.
The population of Uganda’s mountain gorillas is increasing and this has helped in increasing mountain gorilla tracking visits to Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. As a tourist, it’s a big opportunity to come in contact with these bulky giants of Uganda; this will help you look into their dark brown eyes for more experience.
Mountain gorillas are interesting animals and they are mostly trekked for one hour in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. They are wonderful animals which are closely related to the humans. These have got a distinctive shape with larger stomachs than their chests. The large stomachs are attributed to the enlarged intestines, which are used to digest the food. These characteristics have attracted many mountain gorilla trekking safaris to Bwindi.
Mountain gorillas are among the most important and cared pillars of Uganda’s tourism sector. This is because the habituated groups that are trekked by visitors who come for gorilla adventures have increased in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. Gorillas have got used to the presence of human beings and this has helped to promote a good relationship between visitors and the gorillas.
Mountain gorilla tracking is one of the world’s most remarkable wildlife encounters. In order to minimise dander to these wonderful animals, only 8 people are allowed to track each of the habituated group each day.

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September 9th, 2013|Safari News|