Explore the top attractions in five of Uganda’s best national parks.
Find out more about Uganda’s habituated mountain gorilla families that live in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park.
Uganda has begun counting its population of critically endangered mountain gorillas amid confidence their numbers are steadily rising, boosting prospects for its tourism industry that relies heavily on the primates.
Uganda is a premier travel destination for primate tracking enthusiasts. Enjoy these top activities.
Want to book a three-day gorilla trekking safari in Rwanda or Uganda? Learn how to book the best budget or luxury package irrespective of your preferences.
In the era where gorilla safaris cost a fortune, Uganda offers a cheaper option for tourists who are interested in undertaking a gorilla tracking experience: a promotional discount on gorilla tracking permits that ends in November 2017.
While planning a safari to Uganda, one can’t help but wonder what safari activities uniquely define Uganda as compared to other tourist destinations in Africa.
Achieve Global Safaris is probably one of the few tour operators that will not discourage old people, and those living with disabilities, from experiencing gorilla trekking in either Uganda or Rwanda as we can arrange special needs gorilla trekking safari.
The pearl of Africa, universally regarded as the brightest prospect in East Africa, has recovered from its luster, to stand not only at the forefront of African renaissance, but also one of the continent’s safest, friendliest, and most rewarding tourist destinations.
Get to know all there is to it about going on a mountain gorilla habituation experience in Uganda.
Ecotourism in Uganda looks at conserving and protecting the country’s natural resources found in its national parks, lakes, rivers, swamps, mountains, reserves, preserving those resources in their natural form for future generations, as well and improving the life of the surrounding local communities around.
Conservation Through Public Health was established with its main objective of contributing to wildlife research, sustainable conservation and development initiatives, with local communities acting as stewards of their environment.
If you are looking into going on a safari for your next vacation with family or friends, then you should consider Uganda as your next destination for a safari adventure.
Ranked at the top of most bucket list adventures to East Africa, gorilla trekking is an amazing experience as well as an important tool to save the critically endangered mountain gorillas and their habitat.
The Bitukura gorilla family, located at the Ruhija section of Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, is one of the calmest gorilla families there is, making a visit to this family in Uganda a highly rewarding experience.
Taking a Uganda gorilla trekking safari into the Bwindi Impenetrable National Park is every traveller’s dream adventure. The Bwindi forests are 330km² of steep, rugged, mist-covered equatorial rainforests, south-west of Uganda.
Book a gorilla safari and meet these endangered giants in the wild of Uganda, Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of Congo.
When you think of gorilla trekking in Uganda, you think expensive, right? But did you know that you could trek Uganda’s mountain gorillas on a budget? It’s very possible and Gorilla Trek Africa will tell you why:.
Visiting Uganda’s Bwindi Impenetrable forest goes beyond just a gorilla experience. There is so much else to see, do and experience.
Why you should book a gorilla trekking safari in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, Uganda.