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All National Park tariffs indicated below are effective 01 January 2023 through 30th June 2024

 Gorilla Tracking Fee  Non-Resident  East African Resident  East Africans
 No persons under 15yrs  US$700-  US$600  Ush250,000-

Gorilla Permits:

For additional information on Gorilla Permits please read document ‘Gorilla Permits’
Direct telephone communication with the National Parks office in Buhoma is not possible.

No persons under 15 years of age may trek Gorillas
Gorilla tracking begins at 08.30. Arrive at least 15 mins prior to this for registration.
Rates do include park fee, guide fee, a certificate of trekking and community levy.

 Visitor Entrance Fees  Non-Resident  Foreign Resident  East Africans
 Class – Category A  Visitation Fees US$  Visitation Fees US$  Visitation Fees Ush
 Adult  1 day/night – $40-  1 day/night – $20-  1 day/night – Ush5,000-
 Child (5-15 years)  1 day/night – $15-  1 day/night – $10-  1 day/night – Ush2,500-
 Child (0-5 years)  Free  Free  Free

Foreign Students with valid international identity cards are allowed 25% on entrance fees.
One days entrance is valid for twenty-four hours from the time of entrance.
All visitors will be required to produce valid ID’s in order to determine their resident status.

Vehicles Entrance Fees:
There are no vehicle entrance fees for Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park.

 Guided Nature Walks  Non-Resident  Foreign Resident  East Africans
 Up to 4 hours  US$10-  US$10-  Ushs5,000-
 Over 4 hours  US$15-  US$15-  Ushs10,000-

Commercial Filming Fees:
Commercial filming permits need to be applied for in Kampala at the UWA offices before proceeding to Bwindi. The cost for this per day is US$200- per person per day. You do not need a filming permit for non professional Analogue Video or Digital Video.

Gorilla filming: Less than 3 days US$3,500; 3days US$5,000, above 3 days each additional day US$1,000 per day. (This excludes gorilla tracking permits).