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Bwindi Gorilla Safari - 3 Days Flying Trip to Bwindi Impenetrable Forest

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3 Days gorilla trekking tour in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest.

 

Gorilla Tour in Uganda

 

 

Mountain Gorilla
Mountain Gorilla by Peter Price

This is a 3 day private safari which starts and ends in Entebbe. This gorilla tracking safari flies you from Entebbe international airport to Kayonza airstrip from where you will connect Bwindi Impenetrable forest, a home of the endangered mountain gorillas. This package there fore offers you the opportunity to track some of the last 700 mountain gorillas in the world.

The gorillas live deep in the tropical moist forest. In Bwindi national park there are four habituated families, therefore the chances to see these gigantic ancient apes are higher. Tracking is however a more challenging given that it involves walking along high steeps in search for the gorillas.

Apart from gorilla tracking, a number of other activities can also be carried out in Bwindi. These include nature walks, primate walks, birding, community visits among others.

BWINDI FLYING SAFARI ITINERARY

Day 1Entebbe-Kayonza

Take a Private charter flight from Entebbe to Kayonza. Our safari guide will pick you from the airstrip for Bwindi. Lunch at the lodge. Take guided nature walk or visit the local community. Dinner and Overnight at Buhoma homestead/ Gorilla Resort/Mantana Tented Camp/Gorilla Forest Camp Day 2 Gorilla Tracking

After breakfast proceed to the forest for gorilla tracking. Tracking is an adventurous activity which requires stamina and some times takes a whole day. Dinner and Overnight at Buhoma homestead/Gorilla Resort/Mantana Luxury Tented Camp/Gorilla Forest Camp. Day 3 Kayonza-Entebbe

After breakfast embark on an early morning nature walk in the forest. Have lunch and drive to Kayonza airstrip for a charter flight back to Entebbe.

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