What are the main differences between trekking gorillas in Rwanda and Uganda?
Mountain gorilla trekking is a great activity one must engage in their lifetime and there is a wash of reviews of every destination that one must take we give you a rundown of the advantages of each of the destinations and we let you decide on the which safari you would like to undertake because we offer safaris in all the countries.
The merits of tracking the mountain gorillas in Uganda
Uganda gives you a great population of mountain gorillas giving you an opportunity to track in many sectors in Uganda in Buhoma, Ruhija, Rushaga or Mgahinga National park the current gorilla population in Uganda is 880 Mountain Gorillas.
The drive to Bwindi impenetrable national park is over 500 Kilometers giving you a chance to see the Ugandan rural life and the landscape, Coffee and banana plantations.
Uganda gives off peak gorilla trekking permits in the low season months of March, April that gives you opportunities to trek the primates cheaply and in addition to this lodgings during the off season months are cheaper than on peak period.
Uganda has lots of wildlife in 10 national parks that can be combined with the gorilla trekking permit giving you a chance to see over 1040 bird species and many mammal species.
Uganda gorilla trekking accommodation is in the forest area giving you an opportunity to enjoy the wilderness and they are in plenty over 40 lodges/ Hotels.