Gorilla Trekking Uganda From Kigali

Gorilla trekking Uganda from Kigali

Gorilla trekking Uganda from Kigali

Gorilla trekking Uganda from Kigali : Gorilla trekking safari in Uganda is one of the most amazing experiences to encounter on your lifetime trips. Uganda’s Bwindi impenetrable national park and Mgahinga national park are both good places for trekking to see mountain gorillas. Uganda and Rwanda frequently intersect along a single itinerary. People who are at the end of their trip in Rwanda can go to Uganda to see the gorillas.

Gorilla trekking safari is possible in Rwanda, but permits cost $1,500 per person, which is a lot more than the $800 per person rates in nearby Uganda. If you’re coming from Kigali and you want to book a gorilla trekking safari in Uganda, we can help you get the right flights, transfers, and everything else set up for your gorilla tour.

Gorilla trekking safari in Uganda from Kigali is one of the most effective safari experience for trekkers. From Kigali, it takes 2 hours to drive to Volcanoes National Park, while it takes 9 hours to drive from Entebbe International Airport. Book for 2 days or 3 days for a gorilla safari you will be impressed with the greatest gorilla trekking experiences.

Gorilla trekking safari in Uganda from Kigali, will spare you a lot of pressure as it becomes faster to transfer from Kigali to southern part of Uganda than Entebbe. Gorilla trekking safari in Uganda from Kigali is cheaper because you won’t have to pay for a place to stay on your first and last nights. Instead, you’ll only need one day to get to Bwindi Impenetrable National Park and then another day to get back to Kigali.

gorilla trekking uganda from Kigali

The distance is a short 4 to 5 hours from Kigali in Rwanda to Bwindi impenetrable national park. Rwanda vehicles are restricted to a speed of 60km/hr. so with this that’s why it’s 4 hours however if it was not, it would take only 3 hours drive on a journey of approximately 179 km which is twice from the distance from Entebbe to Bwindi Impenetrable national park.

One can also land in Kigali and go to Bwindi Impenetrable National Park the same day, trek the next day, and then travel back to Kigali to leave the next day. You will as well save on the flight whenever you use Rwanda air, because the country has its own airline sometimes you can bump on cheap fares in order to save money.

So, if you are already in Rwanda or are planning a Rwanda Safari tour, you can do Uganda gorilla trekking from Kigali in Bwindi Forest or Mgahinga National Park because they are close and less expensive than gorilla trekking in Rwanda. If a traveler wants to keep going and see more of Uganda, there are many national parks close to the gorilla trekking sites (Bwindi Forest and Mgahinga) where they can see wildlife and primates. For the Chimpanzee Trekking activity, or Uganda chimpanzee trekking safari Kibale National Park is close to the park and a traveler can engage in trekking these primates. Mgahinga Gorilla National Park holds mountain gorilla but also has golden monkeys and occurs to be the only place where a traveler can do Golden Monkey Trekking in Uganda.

 In proximity to Bwindi Forest is Queen Elizabeth National Park at which a traveler can be able to see the Tree Climbing Lions in the famous Ishasha Sector. In Queen Elizabeth National Park, visitors can take a boat ride on Kazinga Channel to see different kinds of wildlife and go on an amazing Game Drive tour to see some of Africa’s Big 5 animals.

 Semuliki National Park is another one of the Uganda Tour/Uganda safari Destinations that is close to the gorilla trekking areas of Bwindi. At Semuliki, you can watch birds and see the hot springs, which are very interesting. Some tourists might want to do the whole Uganda Safari/Uganda tour, which would give them the chance to visit other national parks like Murchison Falls National Park, Mount Rwenzori National Park, Mount Elgon National Park, and Kidepo National Park. Others might end up in Kampala where they can go on the wonderful Kampala City tour.

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