Trek Gorilla Safaris in Uganda & Rwanda
Anyone can dream a great safari. But it can be hard work to make it happen — and to find a travel agent who truly specializes in your trip. At Trek Gorilla Safaris, we carefully select Uganda's and Rwanda's best boutique tour destinations to find the perfect tour safari package for you.
Rwanda & Uganda Safaris: Uganda, often referred to as the 'Pearl of Africa', is a country of striking beauty and home to the deepest crater lake in all of Africa, Lake Bunyoni. Its national parks and wildlife reserves boast over 300 species of mammal and more than 1000 species of birds, though Uganda's major attraction is the approximate 600 remaining mountain gorilla.
With an excellent visitor infrastructure and slowly increasing population, Uganda is one of the best places on the planet to visit the mountain gorillas and we include Uganda on a number of our overland safari expeditions. Camp beside Lake Bunyoni and trek picturesque jungle in small groups for the chance to spend a few hours with these incredible creatures. Combine your visit to Uganda with neighbouring Rwanda for an ultimate wildlife & cultural experience
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Popular Gorilla Trekking Safaris, Uganda & Rwanda
Why Travel With Trek Gorillas Safaris
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Trek Gorilla Wildlife Safari Highlights
Our range of Uganda safaris offer the chance to view some of the world’s last remaining mountain gorillas. These gentle giants live within Uganda’s Bwindi Impenetrable National Park and Mgahinga National Park in the Virunga Volcanoes on the border with Rwanda’s Parc des Volcans. A trek to see these mountain gorillas is one of earth’s greatest wildlife experiences.
Many of Africa’s primates live in remote and little visited parts of the wilderness. Thanks to conservation and habituation programmes there are several species that can be visited as part of a safari holiday. Just because these animals choose out of the way places to live, it doesn’t mean that the visitor has to slum-it in order to see them.
Dramatic Wildlife Scenery
Uganda’s western border is famed for its dramatic scenery including the lakes and mountains of the Rift Valley and the snow-capped Rwenzori Mountains. The diverse landscapes of Uganda’s most popular wildlife park are home to a remarkable 600 bird species and 100 mammal, including the and the other famous Africa "Big Five"
UGANDA "The Pearl of Africa"
“For magnificence, for variety of form and colour, for profusion of brilliant life… Uganda is truly the pearl of Africa.” – My African Journey, Winston Churchill, 1908
More than a century after he penned the line, Winston Churchill’s oft-quoted quip about Uganda still stands. Located at the point where the East African savannah meets the Central African rainforest, the country is one of the most bio-diverse in the world, and within its comparatively diminutive frame lie the continent’s highest mountain range, its largest lake, and the source of the world’s longest river.
Uganda has struggled to escape the shadow of its noisy neighbours, the wildlife safari powerhouses of Kenya and Tanzania. But times are changing. The government and private businesses have heavily invested in country roads, hotels and other tourist facilities, and visitors are at last waking up to its compelling mix of spectacular scenery, incredible wildlife and warm and welcoming people. There's now more reasons than ever to visit Uganda. Take a look at our Uganda safari itineraries to get you started on Uganda safari planning
SAMPLE UGANDA SAFARI ITINERARIES
Our selection of Uganda safaris and tours include gorilla trekking and an 8 day Best of Uganda tour. All of our Uganda safaris and tours are completely tailor made to suit our clients interests, budget, and time-frame. To find out more about the type of Uganda Safari program we can put together for you, please visit pages below.
- The 9 Day Primates – Wildlife – Source of the Nile Adventure is as the title suggest. This Uganda Wildlife safari gives you a bucket list of adventures including the Primates of Uganda, Chimpanzee Tracking in Kibale Forest & Gorillas in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, Savanna Wildlife in Queen Elizabeth and of course the adrenaline tour in Jinja at the source of the Nile river.
RWANDA "Land of a Thousand Hills"
Rwanda is renowned for its rare mountain gorillas, and rightly so. Some 400 of our primate cousins roam the rainforests of Volcanoes National Park, with ten groups available for gorilla tracking. But this tiny country has so much more to see. Commonly referred to as the "Land of a Thousand Hills", it’s rich with beautiful mountains, valleys and lakes, with a gleaming Kigali capital city, abundant wildlife and resilient and gracious people. Our Rwanda safaris give you great reasons to explore the country further.
We have a unique selection of Rwanda tours including gorilla trekking Rwanda tours and forest explorations staying at exceptional lodges and hotels. All of our safaris and tours are completely tailor made to suit our clients interests, budget, and time-frame. To find out more about the type of Rwanda safari we can put together for you, please browse through pages below.
SAMPLE RWANDA SAFARI ITINERARIES
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