Gorilla Tracking Rwanda Uganda Kisoro Tours, Gorilla tracking in Rwanda and Uganda’s most popular tourist attraction. It ranks as one of the world’s best adventures in Africa. It takes place in Volcanoes National Park, Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park, and Mughinga Gorilla National Park.
The trek in search of mountain gorillas is quite strenuous, goes through steep and slippery jungle grounds. The hike can take between 1-7 hours depending on how gorillas move in their natural habitat. It also depends on how fast you move. If you have a slow person in the group, you are likely to take long on the trek.
while driving and it also depends on which side of Bwindi you are going to. This include all stopovers, you will have a short stop at the Equator for an educational talk as well as a photographic opportunity. The journey then continues to Mbarara where there will be a stopover stop for lunch.
After lunch, drive onwards; a drive that will take you through Uganda’s rolling green hills through the highlands, also known as the ‘Switzerland of Uganda’ before making the final journey to Bwindi Impenetrable Forest. If you are flying, then it might take you around about one and a half hours to Bwindi or Kisoro. Kibale National Park is about 5-6 hours from Kampala, Kyambura Gorge is approximately 7-8 hours drive from Kampala while Budongo is also approximately 5-6 hours drive to northern Uganda.