3 Day Uganda gorilla trekking safari

This 3 Day Uganda gorilla trekking safari  takes you to Bwindi forest national park in south western uganda . Bwindi is home to the endangered mountain gorillas that can be tracked all year round 

DAY 1: Entebbe – Kampala – Bwindi

On arrival at Entebbe, you will be received by our representative then, travel to Kampala before departing to Bwindi, which is around an 8-9-hour journey. En route, a stopover at the Equator for an informative talk and photos will be a recipe before continuing to Mbarara where you will stop for lunch. You drive through savannah grasslands seeing banana plantations and herds of Ankole cattle with their incredible longhorns as well as the evergreen mountain country referred to as the “Switzerland of Uganda” because of its coldness. Arrive at Bwindi National. Park late evening for dinner and overnight at Buhoma Community Camp Bandas.

DAY 2: Gorilla Trekking

After early morning breakfast, with packed lunch, go to the station for registration and briefing before beginning the trek. Pushing your way through thick creeper and heavy undergrowth, in steep and muggy conditions, it may take around 6 hours as you do the trekking, before you encounter any gorillas. If you have the afternoon free, you may decide to take a guided walk on the Munyanga River trail, which is an ideal short walk or take a guided village walk to interact with Ugandans. Return to the lodge for dinner and overnight.

Day 3: Departure

After morning breakfast, depart for Kampala, with a stopover in Mbarara where you will have lunch before proceeding. You can drop at your hotel in Kampala or continue to Entebbe airport and take a flight back if it is in the arrangement.

This will mark the end of the memorable tour to Bwindi national park. 

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