Guide to Gorilla trekking
Gorilla Adventure tours’ Guide to Gorilla Trekking is here to help you make the right decisions when going to a gorilla tour in Rwanda, Uganda or Congo. where to stay, what to pack and some Gorilla trekking Rules.
Gorilla Adventure tours also shares some ideas on other activities you can do in Uganda, Rwanda and Congo as part of your gorilla tracking tour.
Gorilla Adventure tours has got over 10 years experience in designing Itineraries and guiding tourists going to visit the gorillas, and is dedicated towards supporting conservation and tourism in Uganda and Rwanda.
It has been confirmed that there are over 1,000 Mountain Gorillas living in the different National parks of Uganda, Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of Congo. A must for every eco-tourist’s travel bucket list, tracking the Mountain Gorillas truly is a unique wildlife experience. Every encounter with the gorillas is different.
“No one who looks into a gorilla’s eyes — intelligent, gentle, vulnerable — can remain unchanged, for the gap between ape and human vanishes; we know that the gorilla still lives within us. Do gorillas also recognize this ancient connection?” – George B. Schaller, “Gentle Gorillas, Turbulent Times,” National Geographic.
Gorillas remain under constant watch, 365 days of the year. Their security and health are constantly monitored. The gorilla population numbers in Uganda, Rwanda and the DRC have increased from near-extinction levels of 254 in the 1980s to a still ‘endangered’ level of 1000+ in 2018. By going to track the Mountain Gorillas, you are contributing to their survival – as long as you follow the Gorilla Tracking Rules listed in this Ultimate Guide to Mountain Gorilla Tracking.
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