Cheaper gorilla permits in Uganda, Africa Uganda, is the most Affordable gorilla tracking destination in the world, for those who wish to trek the mountains gorillas on a budget in Uganda, at Kisoro tours we are offering cheaper and affordable Uganda gorilla tracking tours
In this article we are going to show our estimated clients how to cut costs for their Uganda gorilla safari, current gorilla permit price in Uganda costs $700 per person while the Rwanda gorilla permit costs $1500 per person.
Currently, Uganda has only 20 habituated gorilla families in both Bwindi impenetrable forest national park and in Mgahinga gorilla national park and each family is visited by only 8 people which means currently Uganda has only 160 gorilla permits available daily in Uganda.
Cheaper gorilla permits in Uganda are in very high demand more especially during high/peak seasons in the months of June, July, August, September, December, and January. Demand drops during the low season/wet season during October, November, February, March, April, and May because of the high demand we recommend that you book your Uganda gorilla permit at least a year in advance so that you are assured of seeing mountain gorillas in Uganda.
Gorilla permits in Uganda are issued Uganda Wildlife Authority at their head offices in Kampala, gorilla permits can be booked through a local tour operator or directly from the Uganda Wildlife Authority office in Kampala but it is recommended to book through a tour operator to avoid disappointments.
Uganda is the only safe gorilla tracking destination that offers the most affordable gorilla permit prices with a 100% chance of seeing mountain gorillas in their natural habitat. Since Rwanda’s gorilla permit is more expensive costing $1500 per person, Uganda is receiving more tourists who want to trek gorillas because it is much affordable in Uganda.
From the time Rwanda increased their gorilla permit price from $750 to $1500 in the past few years, Uganda has seen a very big increase in the demand for Uganda gorilla permits, also the number of tourists crossing from Rwanda to Uganda for cheaper gorilla tracking safaris skipping the high price of Rwanda gorilla permits so when Rwanda increased its permit in one way or other it promoted Uganda gorilla safari.