Fantastic creation, trees waving at you, monkeys in the forest, singing birds, perfect services at Broad Bill camp.
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A once in a lifetime experience. we trekked for 6 hours in total and it is an absolute must to take a porter. Yep! Even for those that think they are fit and strong - it is a great community funder but also, they are...More
Bwindi is among the most amazing forests in Africa, cool, green and above hosts Mountain Gorillas in Uganda. Dying to do Gorilla Trekking, look nowhere, visit Uganda and let Bwindi be on your safari menu.
It seemed a little expensive to us for the one hour licence to view, the approach walk in and out was seriously arduous and it is a long day for just a one hour experience. ------------ Now, if you're not deterred so far and are...More
I had been told for years that gorilla tracking in Uganda/Rwanda was a must-do once-in-a-lifetime experience. I can attest that it is. I booked through Gecko Safaris and visited the gorillas from Bwindi Impenetrable National Park in Uganda. I made all reservations once I was...More
Gorilla trekking at Bwindi Impenetrable Forest was an amazing experience. We arranged our trip through Insight Safari Holidays who were very responsive and flexible. They tailored our trip to match exactly what we wanted. The Gorilla trekking was a highlight. We arrived at the gorilla...More
WE were very lucky: we reached the gorillas in less than an hour. The walk was nice and the porter extremely helpful. The Gorillas allowed us to watch them and their two babies eating, relaxing and playing from a very close range (less than 3...More
I did a trek to see the mountain gorillas in February 2016 and had an incredible experience. We trekked to see the Bweza family which had two silverbacks as well as the youngest baby. We only trekked for an hour and a half before finding...More
Briefing by the Rangers started at 8am and we were divided into groups and assigned our gorilla families. We were to visit the Mubare family group and we were joined by 2 other couples making us a group of 6. We opted to take a...More
The batwa pygmy village was remarkable experience and that is what I will most remember fro the trip. The listening to the sad and touching stories of the Batwa people was very emotional experience.