Gorilla tracking in Uganda will give you a different spin on wildlife sightings! Watch lions climb a tree at Queen Elizabeth National Park. Get near to our closest relatives in Kibale Forest, the Chimpanzees. Hold your breath when you hear thundering roars and competing chest-beating. Your once-in-a-lifetime experience is just around the corner – meet the endangered mountain gorillas. All of this you combine with unique landscapes: lush and green rolling hills, the sparkling Lake Mburo, tropical rainforests and a sprawling savanna. Not only gorilla lovers will fall in love with Uganda on this amazing gorilla tracking.
Gorilla Tracking Uganda
Queen Elizabeth National Park
Queen Elizabeth National Park
Bwindi National Park
Lake Mburo National Park
ENTEBBE– 1 NIGHT
Entebbe is a pleasant town built on the shores of Lake Victoria. It offers a relaxed stop-over alternative to Kampala if you’re flying into or out of Uganda. The air is clean, the streets are safe to walk, and the old colonial gardens and parks with the lake in the background make for a serene atmosphere.
KIBALE FOREST – 2 NIGHTS
Meet one of more than 1000 chimps living in Kibale – Africa’s most varied tropical rainforest. You will be taken deep into the lush forest. Listen to the sounds of the African jungle and be ready for an unpredictable adventure: meeting our closest living relatives. They move swiftly through the forest or swing high in the canopies above you…
QUEEN ELIZABETH NATIONAL PARK – 2 NIGHTS
Mweya Safari Lodge is surrounded by the magical Rwenzori Mountains. They are also known as the ‘Mountains of the Moon’ because of their jagged appearance and enormous craters that are carved dramatically into rolling green hills. From the lodge you have an amazing view onto the Kazinga Channel, which you will explore on a boat cruise. Watch the sunset, forest hogs and the occasional hippo from the comfort of your room.
QUEEN ELIZABETH NATIONAL PARK – ISHASHA SECTOR – 1 NIGHT
Ishasha Wilderness Camp is an idyllic retreat for everyone who loves the serenity of the wilderness. It is the ideal starting point to explore the southern sector of the Queen Elizabeth National Park. With a bit of luck, you might see the famous tree-climbing lions. They are hanging on the branches of huge fig trees to escape the heat of the sun. Certainly an exceptional attraction…
BWINDI NATIONAL PARK – 2 NIGHTS
Today your gorilla tracking adventure starts! Chest-beating, social grooming, plenty of affection and abundance of love towards the young – a normal day in the life of a gorilla! And you are in the middle of it all. During your gorilla tracking you have the chance to observe these fascinating creatures in their natural environment. Unfortunately only for an hour, and then it is time to say good-bye already. Relive this experience with an après-tracking cocktail at Silverback Lodge overlooking the Bwindi Impenetrable National Park.
LAKE MBURO NATIONAL PARK – 1 NIGHT
The last stop on your gorilla tracking safari is Lake Mburo. Discover Lake Mburo on game drives and bush walks. Although Lake Mburo is fairly small in size compared to the other parks in Uganda, it is definitely a little gem. Imagine a beautiful mosaic of green hillsides, rocky outcrops, bushy thickets, open and wooded savannas, lush forests, striking lakes and natural swamps – combined with an amazing diversity of flora and wildlife.