Combining Gorilla Trekking In Uganda And Rhino Tracking : Combining gorilla trekking in Uganda and rhino tracking in Uganda will lead you to the habituated gorilla families in Uganda and also lead you the rhinos in Uganda on foot to help you understand more about the endangered species in Africa. Combining gorilla trekking and rhino tracking in Uganda will lead you to Mgahinga national park and Ziwa rhino sanctuary where you will access the primates and the mammal species
You can start with gorilla trekking in Uganda and then make your way to participate in rhino tracking. Travellers can either participate in gorilla trekking in Mgahinga national park where you will hike the Virunga mountains in Uganda which will give you access to the habituated gorilla families in Uganda and for gorilla trekking in Bwindi impenetrable national park where you will access the species as they carry out their different activities in the wild and for gorilla trekking in Bwindi impenetrable national park will lead you to the four sectors of the park Buhoma, Nkuringo, Rushaga and Ruhija to participate in observing how the species are trained to get accustomed to human presence. A gorilla trekking permit in Uganda can be obtained at a price of 700USD per person for foreigners and the price differs for the different travellers in the wild and for travellers interested in participating in gorilla habituation in Uganda, you will have the opportunity to watch the species for 4 hours as you observe how they are trained to get accustomed to human presence
Rhino tracking in Uganda on the other hand will lead you to Ziwa rhino sanctuary where you will embark on the on-foot safari experience watching the rhinos in the wild as they go about their daily activities in the wild for a memorable safari experience. rhino tracking in Ziwa rhino sanctuary can be carried out at a price of 50USD per person and this can be paid at the reception when you make your way to the sanctuary. Travellers will first make their way to the western part of Uganda which will take you between 7-9 hours to access Mgahinga national park and Bwindi impenetrable national park where you will get to watch the habituated gorilla families in Uganda and then make your way to Ziwa rhino sanctuary. However, since it’s a long distance from the national parks to Ziwa rhino sanctuary, clients are advised to have a stop-over as a way to relax and later on make your way to the sanctuary to participate in the safari experience.
A camera should be among the items that you should not miss out on carrying during your safari experience which will help you capture the beautiful pictures of the primates and the mammals as they go about their day in the wild.
Perfect hiking shoes should also be carried to aid in hiking the slippery trails in the park when it rains and also to help you navigate through the different trails.
Waterproof jacket should also be carried because it can rain at any given time in the wild so in order to aid
Binoculars although they are optional will give you’re the opportunity to watch a number of numerous bird species as you hike to the different Virunga mountains to get to the habituated gorilla families and the rhino group.
Insect repellent should also be packed to ensure that you have the most comfortable safari experience to avoid insect bites while in the wild that can cause irritation and to some people allergic reactions that can make your safari experience a night mare.
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