Gorilla tracking in Southwest Uganda. Meet and greet mountain gorillas in their natural environment, the stunning afromontane forest of Bwindi Impenetrable National Park.
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From your hotel of residence, after breakfast our English driver guide will pick you from the airport. You will depart for Bwindi Impenetrable Forest in Western Uganda through the Masaka-Mbarara High way. Stop at the Equator for snacks and photographs, en-route lunch at Agip Motel or Regency hotel in Mbarara., you will see the long-horned Ankole cattle, the rolling winding hills and terraced landscapes of the region, beautiful panoramas that are part of the Western region along the way. Dinner and overnight at Buhoma lodge or Buhoma Camp. Meal plan: Half-board.
Prepare for a briefing on Gorilla Trekking from the park officials after an early morning breakfast. Enter into the jungle for gorilla tracking in the mist after the briefing. You will need to carry a packed lunch and drinking water, wear comfortable boots or sturdy shoes, a light rain jacket as Bwindi has un-predictable weather, insect repellent, sun screen to make the activity a stunning experience. Walking sticks will be available from the park rangers, Evening visit to local communities surrounding the park. Return to your lodge for dinner and overnight. Meal plan: Full-board
After having our early breakfast at the lodge, embark to our safari vehicle and drive back having lunch en-route. Have a brief stopover at Igongo Cultural Centre where all the historical back ground of Ankole is showcased. Afterwards proceed to Kampala-Entebbe where our guide will drop you to the airport to board your flight back home or flight to your next destination. Meal plan: Half-Board-End of services.
Transportation by safari van
Accommodation and meals as per linerary
Gorilla permits, one per person to be paid in advance
Visit the equator and Igongo Cultural Centre.