Uganda is a great destination to view wildlife in both forest and savannah. Not to be missed is gorilla trekking in Bwindi or Mgahinga, while chimps can easily be spotted in Kibale and several other locations. Queen Elizabeth and Murchison Falls national parks offer wonderful savannah safaris with good wildlife viewing, as does the more

Gorilla Habituation Experience In Uganda gets you to actually Spend more time with the Mountain Gorillas, training wild gorillas to become used to the sight of people. The Gorilla Habituation Experience literally refers to the Process where wild mountain gorillas are trained to get used to people, the Habituation Process involves different groups of people

For those are planning to do a gorilla tracking safari in Uganda, the following Gorilla Trekking Rules and Regulations would apply (as set out in the printed leaflet by the Uganda Wildlife Authority ‘Gorilla Rules’). Before departing on your gorilla tracking: A maximum number of 8 visitors may visit a group of habituated mountain gorillas

Uganda is a must visit country and indeed the pearl of Africa. With most destinations having been flooded by tourists over the last few decades, Uganda remains one of the few undiscovered yet beautiful tour and travel destinations in Africa. This page is therefore meant to help first timers looking for information about tourism activities

Mountain Gorillas live in groups consisting of about 25 to 35 members. Usually there is one leading male, accompanied by several females with their young When a baby gorilla is born it weighs on average 2.5 kg, which is about half the weight of a human baby. However, this baby develops twice as fast. Within