Actual gorilla tracking. In addition to the if you are travelling just to see the mountain gorilla, and you want to include other activities in your visit, Rwanda may not be the best choice. Many tourists have continually had to cross to Uganda after their Rwanda gorilla trek to tour other National Parks and reserves like Kibale National Park, Murchison Falls National Park, Queen Elizabeth National Parks, Kidepo National Park and may other Uganda has 10 National Parks so endowed with abundant wildlife one cannot see in Rwanda. This is why probably folks continue enduring the long drives to Bwindi Impenetrable National Park or Mghinga Gorilla National Park yet there is an easy way out.
At the end of the day the ultimate jury are those who are looking as to which country to visit in order to track Gorillas it is not Rwanda, not Uganda, not the Democratic Republic of Congo but where their pockets and hearts choose. If you precisely want the mountain gorillas and nothing else, go for a one-day gorilla trek but if you are a one who wants it and all of it, go for the long drive you won’t regret making Uganda as your one choice.