Differences between Uganda Rwanda Mountain Gorilla Tracking, the experience of trekking mountain gorillas is the same in both Uganda and Rwanda and it is organized professionally, gorilla tracking activity is ranked as the number one tourist attraction in both Rwanda and Uganda and in Africa. Uganda and Rwanda also have well-developed accommodation ranging from budget accommodation to luxurious safari lodges around Bwindi Impenetrable Forest in Uganda and around Volcanoes National Park in Rwanda, the park guides/rangers in both countries are well trained and well informed as they guide you through the impenetrable forests of East Africa as them as many questions as you can so that you can share with the useful information about gorillas and Africa all park rangers/guides in Uganda speak good English and in Rwanda, they speak both French and English.
In Uganda you can track gorillas in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest or Mgahinga Gorilla National Park and the tracking permit cost $600 in both Bwindi and Mghinga, also gorilla trekking permits are cheaper in Uganda if you compare with Rwanda where they are selling gorilla permits at $1500 this is expensive for low budget tourists cannot afford it but you can still fly to Rwanda and track gorillas in Uganda at a good price and it is only 3 hours drive from Kigali Rwanda to Bwindi forest or in Kisoro Town, Uganda also has got lots of attractions to see and also do before or after gorilla tracking, Uganda and Rwanda are too close to each other so it is easy to cross the border using East Africa tourists Visa which allows to you double entry to both countries.
Gorilla tracking permit in Rwanda cost $1500 per person per track which is expensive when compared with Uganda where tracking permit cast only $600 per day per track. But Rwanda is also is famous for easy flying in and do the gorilla trek in the day and after you fly back the same day, this is because it is only 2 hours drive from Kigali Airport to the Volcanoes National Park, a short drive from Kigali to volcanoes makes it easy for many tourists but also the long drive in Uganda is more scenic and adventurous and also tracking permit cost less whereby you saving $900 per permit per person if you track in Uganda.