Gorilla tracking is done in 3 countries of East Africa ie Uganda, Rwanda and DRC. Gorilla tracking means encountering gorillas in the bush or Forest.
In Uganda, Gorilla tracking is done in the Bwindi impenetrable national park and Mgahinga
National park where tourists could encounter gorillas, Note that gorilla tracking is done on different gorilla families which include Ruhija, Rushaga, Nkuringo, and Buhoma gorilla families all in Uganda.
Gorilla tracking is allowed by a number of people and each gorilla family is tracked by 8 persons per day without double tracking, it may be a family or a group of tourists coming to Uganda for their holiday safari.
Gorilla tracking in Uganda starts at 8:30am in the morning, it should be noted that, all guests should go under orientation of before set of for gorilla tracking in the forest where they are guided by rangers. Gorilla tracking only lasts for 2 hours on gorillas but finding them may take time. You are allowed to take as many photos as possible during gorilla tracking but not allowed to do filming if you have not paid for it. Gorilla tracking is an enjoyable activity but also a lifetime experience.
People below 15 years of age may not be allowed to do gorilla tracking, It is from above 15 years of age that people are allowed are do gorilla tracking, You must be physically fit to walk and ready to walk very long distance in the thicker forest of Bwindi Impenetrable National park in Uganda.
As tourists on the Uganda gorilla safari, You allowed to do tipping if you happy with the way your guide/rangers have handled you during gorilla tracking or with the combination of the safari in Uganda that includes gorilla trek in Uganda. Join us on the lifetime experience by contacting us through firstname.lastname@example.org.