Country Uganda is famous for Mountain Gorilla trekking safaris. Uganda is the home of mountain Gorillas found in Bwindi Impenetrable forest and Mgahinga National parks. These 2 national parks are a natural habitat for mountain gorillas and famous for gorilla tracking safaris. We have arranged captivating Gorilla tours of unforgettable mountain gorilla trekking experiences of one’s lifetime. Mountain gorillas stay in families and are habituated for human interaction. Gorilla safaris include gorilla habituation experience and gorilla trekking safaris and tours inside Bwindi impenetrable forest National park and Mgahinga National Park. Uganda Hosts more than half the population of mountain gorillas living in the world.
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Before embarking on your Gorilla Safari we invite you to learn more about these incredible creatures and read interesting facts about the various gorilla families. However, keep in mind that the mountain gorillas are wild animals and details such as the group size, location in the forest, and leading silverback might change without notice. As it is in human life, gorillas also have members who also have names and you can know each family by its member names. It may give you a puzzle to someone to ask how do you easily identify from each other. Gorillas like humans also have distinct features on their bodies which you can use to identify them.
Of the few mountain gorillas still existing on earth, half of their population are found and live in Uganda and are found in Bwindi Impenetrable forest and Mgahinga national parks. To track mountain gorillas in their habitat, you require a gorilla permit which Travel Hemispheres will help you to acquire or secure your gorilla tracking permit in time in order to avoid losing out. Gorilla permits are booked in advance – give it a year ahead of your tracking data. At times some months are always sold out upfront before falling. A gorilla permit cost now $700 per single permit for one person for a single visit. Gorillas are very social animals and each group call it a family may have 5 up 30 or 40 members headed by 1 sliver back mountain gorilla. Such a group will have a sliver back or two of them heading the family.