Full day hiking or trekking 4-6 hours per day over variable terrain and high altitude passes up to 14,000’. Wilderness camping and possible rugged travel conditions over primitive roads or long river boat trips.
Viewing gorillas in the wild is a breathtaking and humbling wildlife encounter! Follow our team of expert guides and native trackers as you bushwhack through the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest in search of a family of mountain gorillas. We plan two days of gorilla tracking so you have the best chances of finding one of several gorilla groups with an opportunity for observation up-close and personal.
But, Uganda is so much more than gorillas. You hike in the Kibale Forest, take game drives and boat trips in Queen Elizabeth National Park, and stay in Lake Mburo to ensure that you see the full range of Ugandan wildlife. We recommend an extension to Murchison Falls National Park for stunning scenery, wildlife encounters, and the spectacular falls themselves. Wildland Adventures travelers to Uganda support the Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund International through our Travelers Conservation Trust.