“Gorilla Intensive” is a journey where you get an impression of the country on Lake Victoria and the highlight of Uganda, the mountain gorillas in a few days. Take a ride in a Safaricar from Entebbe through the southwestern Uganda to Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, get an impression of the country, the different landscapes and inhabitants. You spend an unforgettable day in the dense rain forest, the mountain gorillas are directly opposite, they are experiencing in their natural habitat and observe the behavior of these huge animals. The nights are spent in a very nice lodge on the edge of National Park and conclude the trip fly back to Entebbe.
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Day 1 Gorilla Intensive, Entebbe – Bwindi Impenetrable National Park
You start today towards western Uganda, the route passes through a hilly landscape with many beautiful tea fields. After about in the late afternoon you will reach the Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. It is the home of about 50% of the world Gorilla population. On the way is time for a short stop, sip a coffee or buy a souvenir, before heading to the lodge.
Day 2 Gorilla Intensive, Das Highlight Ugandas: Gorilla Tracking!
Today is the highlight of your tour of Uganda! In Bwindi Impenetrable Forest live both gorillas and chimpanzees! This is the only forest in Africa where you can see both monkey species. As you penetrate along the wooded hillsides, tangled vines and bamboo plants in the dense jungle, you learn a lot about the Ugandan giants. Your experienced guide will show you traces of previous activities of gorillas, for example, nests, dung and nibbled bamboo shoots. Soon you will meet the strong, almost human acting Mountain Gorilla! While they undisturbed continue their everyday activities you approach them quietly until you are just a few meters from them. Watch the gorilla and the gorilla will be watching you.
Day 3, Gorilla Intensive, Bwindi Impenetrable National Park – Entebbe
Out driver will bring you to the nearby airstrip at Kisoro after the breakfast. With a small air plane you will fly straight back to Entebbe, where the journey ends.