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Climbing Rwenzori Mountains & Gorilla Trekking in Uganda.

Uganda is one of only three countries in East Africa that is visited by Mountaineers that decide to explore the magic Rwenzori Mountains that are shared between Uganda and Democratic republic of Congo. Also, these two countries host the endangered mountain gorillas in their natural environment, which makes it ease to add the Gorillas & Rwenzori’s on an Africa Safari Holiday.

Don’t just fly in and out however, Uganda offers so much more. From classic safaris across vast savannah to chimpanzee trekking through tropical forest, Rwenzori Mountaineering, you’re guaranteed an unforgettable trip.

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Rwenzori & Gorillas

Are you an adventurous and a physically fit traveler, come let us take you through the everlasting and memorable Rwenzori and Gorillas which starts with spending an hour with the endangered mountain gorillas in famous Bwindi impenetrable national park and ends with trekking to the snow-capped mountain Rwenzori imagine chilling on the snow just 16,762 ft. high which is possible on 12 Days Gorillas & Rwenzori Trekking tour which can be booked with primate Safari Experiences limited a  local tour company that is licensed by Uganda tourism Board and a member of Association of Uganda Tour Operators ( AUTO).

The 12 Days Rwenzori & Gorilla safari in Uganda starts with trekking half of the worlds’ mountain gorillas at Bwindi impenetrable forest national park where you will try to penetrate the impenetrable and enjoy lots of beautiful and colorful birds and wildlife along the way. Situated in the southwestern part of Uganda, Bwindi Impenetrable national park is part of Bwindi Impenetrable forest which is positioned along Democratic Republic of Congo border close to Virunga national park and on the edge of the Albertine Rift. With an area of approximately 321 square kilometers, the park is home to over 300 bird species and 120 mammal species. Some of the birdlife here include hornbills, black bee-eater, Doherty’s bush…


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