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Gorilla Habituation Vs Gorilla Trekking

Gorilla Habituation Vs Gorilla Trekking

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The two most popular experiences in Bwindi Forest, gorilla trekking and gorilla habituation are two distinct primate safari experiences. While they all draw trekkers close to mountain gorillas, they are distinct from each other in one way or the other. However, both gorilla trekking and gorilla habituation experiences are conducted in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park

What are the Easiest Gorilla Families to Track

What are the Easiest Gorilla Families to Track

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Many people how engage in gorilla safaris, find it hard and challenging to trek the gorillas in their natural habitat which normally take 3-8 hours looking for these huge primates. Have you ever wondered that there is an easy way of tracking the gorillas just come to Rwanda and engage in soft gorilla trekking? Many

Plan Your Gorilla Safari Early Enough

Plan Your Gorilla Safari Early Enough

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Visiting the gorillas in there natural habitats is one of the most interesting but challenging safari activities which require early preparations before setting off to the gorilla park. Mountain gorillas are known as the second closest relative of man after the chimps which shares almost 98% of human genes. Mountain gorillas are known as endangered

The Pregnant Mama Guide to Gorilla Trekking

The Pregnant Mama Guide to Gorilla Trekking

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Trekking to see mountain gorillas in Uganda, Rwanda or Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) is undoubtedly the most exhilarating experience but it is also very accommodating that even persons with disabilities can take part and so are the pregnant women. It is possible to go on a gorilla safari in the wild even when

Uganda Gorilla Tourism at Its Peak

Uganda Gorilla Tourism at Its Peak

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Has gorilla tourism peaked its peak? Uganda today receives an incredible number of tourists interested in visiting the gorillas in their natural home. During the peak months of June to October, gorilla permits have become scarce and many bookings from prospective tourists are being turned down by tour operators. Gorilla trekking in Uganda has become