Bwindi is the fairy-tale forest we dreamed about as children; it is also where you can meet and spend time with gentle mountain gorillas
Great news! The population of mountain gorillas is on the rise, and now stands at an estimated 1,063 individuals.
Some tips and tricks from a gorilla tracking enthusiast!
Highlights from an unforgettable 3-day gorilla trek in Rwanda – our safari included so much more than gorillas though
There are less than 900 individual mountain gorillas left in the wild. This photographer goes trekking in search of the groups that live in the Bwindi forest.
The mountain gorilla is the only great ape with an increasing population despite continuous pressure on its habitat – latest population stats
Crossing into the Congo wasn’t the most comfortable experience we’ve ever had but it was an awe-inspiring adventure to go and meet the majestic mountain gorillas, making a childhood dream come true for Marcus. Bouncing around in the back of a safari truck, we wound our way through fertile farmland and villages with grass-thatched huts …