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The best time to undertake Gorilla safaris to Uganda – Uganda Safari News

gorilla -image ugandaDespite of the fact that mountain gorillas trekking Safaris in Uganda can be done all the year round, the majority of travelers on Uganda Gorilla trekking safaris prefer trekking the mountain gorillas in precious Bwindi and Mgahinga national parks from the dry month of June to September and December to February. However, what tourists should note is that due to unpredictable weather, there are some little showers which can be experienced during the dry month and hence visitors to Uganda gorilla  safaris have to be prepared.
Sometimes, trekkers on Uganda gorilla trekking safaris take advantage of the seasonal discounts provided on the gorilla trekking permits in the low season of April, May, and November. Uganda Wildlife Authority offer discounted low season Gorilla permits and in this season trekkers can save USD worth 250 per permit as they are sold at reduced price of USD350 compared to normal price of USD 600 charged in the other months when the season is high.
The best time to budget travelers planning Gorilla trekking safaris to Uganda is during the low season (April, May, and November) because during these months, gorilla permits are at a discount and hence travelers tend to find it cheap to undertake gorilla trekking safaris to Uganda.
The seasonality of the trekkers on Uganda gorilla trekking safaris also depends on the general weather back in the tourism generating areas or countries. For instance during summers season in Europe, the number of gorilla trekking safaris to Uganda increase and then in winter season, the gorilla safari tours to Uganda greatly lower or decrease.
In nutshell, Uganda the pearl of Africa is the only number one destination in the world where visitors seeking for an ultimate mountain gorilla trekking experiences can meet their expectation and Uganda‘s Bwindi Impenetrable forest is home to almost half of the world endangered species of the mountain Gorillas.
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