Uganda Gorilla Tours-Habituation Experience Permit Price Bwindi Forest, Uganda is the best place to be when it comes to two combinations of full-day mountain gorilla habituation experience a safari and usual gorilla tracking tours here in Uganda’s Bwindi impenetrable forest national park-Rushaga sector giving tourists and other travelers a chance to interact and participate in the learning experience of gorillas in Uganda’s impenetrable forests.
Uganda gorilla habituation experience safari gives an opportunity to visitors and tourists who wish to take part in the gorilla habituation experience in Bwindi forest for a whole day, gorilla habituation is a process that a gorilla family/group before it is open for tourism, gorilla habituation process cant take between two and a half to three years before tourists and other visitors can be allowed to track them, gorilla habituation involves training, taming and learning gorilla behaviors known habituation process so that they can get used dairy human presence.
Uganda gorilla habituation permit costs $15,00 per person for full-day while a normal gorilla trekking permit costs only $600 per person per track, both activity needs buying permits in advance as it is limited to a number of people per day and permits are sold on first come first serve. You can book your gorilla habituation permits and gorilla tracking permits through tour operators like us or directly from Uganda wildlife authority at their headquarters in Kampala Uganda.
The difference between gorilla habituation and normal gorilla tracking is that on habituation you spend four hours to a full day learning their behaviors and training them to get used to a human presence while a normal gorilla tracking, you are only allowed to spend only one hour with gorillas that’s why even the prices for the permits are different
Currently, gorilla habituation experience is done Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park-Rushaga sector in Uganda and normal gorilla tracking can be done in both Bwindi forest and in Mgahinga gorilla national park, Uganda is home to more than half of the world’s population of mountain gorillas, over 485 are found in Uganda’s Bwindi forest and Mgahinga national park