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Gorilla Tracking in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park

The Bwindi impenetrable national park is located in the southwestern part of Uganda, it was gazette in 1993 and by 1994 declared a UNESCO world heritage site as a way of protecting the critically endangered species mountain gorillas, Gorilla beringei it’s a number one primate destination situated 8hours drive by road from Entebbe, the majestic creatures do not live in captivity.
Tracking gorillas is a super exciting experience, the herbivorous animal is interesting to look at as it exhibits a playful nature mostly the young ones, it feeds on plants like mimolopsis, mushrooms, or sometimes termites, the gorilla distance depends on how far the primates have moved it takes from 2 -8 hour while tracking. A Ugandan permit strives to 700 USD and Rwanda 1500 USD is advisable to book them on time. Gorilla safaris exhibit a lot more to see on a route passing through beautiful hills trees and banana plantations or national parks as they are interconnecting. It’s usually done in groups of eight led by experienced guides from the Uganda wildlife authority

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