Budget Gorilla Trekking Safari in Uganda From Kigali Rwanda, currently trekking gorilla in Rwanda it is very expensive because Rwanda doubled its gorilla permit price from $750 to $1500 per person while Uganda gorilla permit remains at $700 per person so we are advising our clients to fly in Rwanda and cross the border into Uganda and go gorilla trekking in Uganda, flying into Kigali Rwanda and go for budget gorilla trekking tour in Uganda, it’s more affordable to see gorillas in Uganda than Rwanda just because of the price differences in gorilla permits for both Countries.
Many tourist and other travelers think that trekking mountain gorillas in African are expensive but what I want to tell you is that you only need to plan well and also contact few gorilla safari companies so that you can compare different quotes from different tour operators so that you can get the best offer for your gorilla trekking holiday in Uganda
Budget Gorilla Trekking Safari in Uganda From Kigali Rwanda, flying into Rwanda and cross the border to Uganda is the easiest way to access Bwindi impenetrable forest national park of Uganda, it is only 3 to 4 hours drive from Kigali international airport in Rwanda to reach Bwindi forest in Uganda while if you fly to Entebbe international airport of Uganda you need 8 to 9 hours drive from Entebbe to reach Bwindi impenetrable forest. So when you fly to Kigali airport you save about 4 hours on the road, flying to Rwanda you save double 5 hours on traveling time and $900 on a gorilla permit.
Gorilla tracking permits price in Uganda which normally cost about $700, if you compare with the current Rwanda gorilla trekking permit price of $1500 this means if you track in Uganda you will be saving $800 on each gorilla permit, our budget 3-day fly-in Kigali Rwanda and trek gorillas in Uganda’s Bwindi forest costs start from $1500 per person and this includes one gorilla permit per person, car, fuel, full-time English speaking guide, accommodation and all meals you can contact Kisoro Tours Uganda for more information.
Mountain gorilla trekking is limited to 8 people per gorilla family once a day and gorilla permits are also booked on first come first saver bass so we recommend that you book and pay for your trekking permit far in advance to avoid disappointments.
Uganda has two mountain gorilla trekking national parks, Uganda gorillas can be trek Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park and Mgahinga Gorilla National Park both parks are located in southwestern Uganda in the districts of Kisoro, Kabale Rubanda, and Kanugu near Rwanda border and DR-Congo.