Gorilla & Chimps tracking

Gorilla and chimpanzee tracking are two popular tourist activities in Uganda, attracting visitors from all over the world. Uganda is home to both the endangered mountain gorillas and chimpanzees, which can be found in various national parks across the country.

Mountain Gorilla Tracking:
Mountain gorillas are only found in three countries worldwide: Uganda, Rwanda, and the Democratic Republic of Congo. In Uganda, they can be found in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park and Mgahinga Gorilla National Park. Gorilla tracking involves hiking through the forest to find a family of gorillas, and visitors are allowed to spend one hour observing them in their natural habitat. Gorilla tracking permits must be obtained in advance, and visitors are required to follow strict guidelines to protect the gorillas and their habitat.

Chimpanzee Tracking:
Chimpanzees can be found in several national parks and forest reserves in Uganda, including Kibale National Park, Budongo Forest Reserve, and Kyambura Gorge. Chimpanzee tracking involves hiking through the forest to find a troop of chimpanzees, and visitors are allowed to spend one hour observing them in their natural habitat. Chimpanzee tracking permits must be obtained in advance, and visitors are required to follow strict guidelines to protect the chimpanzees and their habitat.

Overall, gorilla and chimpanzee tracking in Uganda offer visitors a unique opportunity to observe these incredible primates in their natural habitat while supporting conservation efforts in the country.

Page 1 of 2