Yes you heard right - Uganda's Gorilla Tracking Permits will remain at
USD 600 per person per track for the duration of 2017, 2018 & 2019!
Here are a few more reasons why we LOVE Uganda:
1. The Gorilla tracking is done in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest and your clients will actually stay within the rainforest.
2. There are several locations throughout Uganda where your clients can track chimpanzees.
3. They can go on a safari and see lions, elephants, zebra, Ugandan kob and more.
These three factors make Uganda the perfect destination not only for gorilla tracking but an entire safari.
Here is an itinerary that will tick all your bucket list boxes and more:
Day one: Arrive at Entebbe International Airport and transfer to the Hotel (between 40 minutes and one hour).
Day two: After breakfast fly to Kibale NP. After checking in and having lunch clients can either relax or head out on a nature walk.
Day three: In the morning they will go on a chimpanzee track (between two and four hours long). In the afternoon explore the Bagodi Swamp on foot or one of the many craters.
Day four: After breakfast drive to Queen Elizabeth NP (approx. six hours) they will have a picnic lunch and a game drive along the way.
Day five: Morning and afternoon game drives in Southern Queen Elizabeth NP.
Day six: Drive to the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest NP (approx. four hours). After lunch head out into the village for a community walk.
Day seven & eight: Gorilla tracking starts in the morning. Tracks can take from half an hour to six hours or more.
Day nine: Transfer to the airstrip (approx. one and a half hours) and fly back to Entebbe. Connect to your outbound international flight.
Terms, conditions and restrictions apply; pricing, availability, and other details subject to change and/ or apply to US or Canadian residents. Please confirm details and booking information with your travel advisor.