Visit Mghinga Gorilla Virunga Volcanoes Bwindi Impenetrable Forest
Visit Mghinga Gorilla Virunga Volcanoes Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, In the whole world only 905 mountain gorillas are still remaining living only in Uganda, DR-Congo and Rwanda, seeing them in the wild is something that few people can afford so that can get a chance to experience mountain trekking, the information below helps you how to choose which Country to go to for gorilla trekking experience, where to stay when going for gorilla tracking and also how much trekking permit costs in Uganda, Rwanda and Congo.
Over 485 mountain gorillas leave in the Vrunga maintain volcanic region along the borders of DR-Congo, Rwanda and Uganda, each Country have its own share where by Rwanda have Volcano National Park, Conga have Virunga National Park and Uganda have Mghinga Gorilla National Park.
Uganda owns more than half of World Mountain gorillas in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park where you can find over 500 mountain gorillas inhabit of Bwindi forest in Uganda is thick impenetrable rain forest found in sooth western of Uganda in the districts of Kisoro, Rubanda and Kanugu. Bwindi Forest is also listed as world Heritage site and also a very special place for bird watching
Volcanoes park is located in the North of Rwanda encompassing its share of the mountain gorilla population from the Virunga mountains. Volcano Park covers an area of about 46 square miles with 6 volcanoes.
Dian Fossey set up her base and research center in Rwanda which created more awareness about mountain gorillas over the world, Gorilla trekking in the Volcanoes National Park in Rwanda is slightly less easier than in Bwindi Forest in Uganda because Bwindi Forest is very thick forest which makes it more hadto walk in. Volcanoes park have more open terrainwhich allows more light for better photo and filming opportunities than in Bwindi Forest but all in all gorilla tracking experience is the same in all three Countries.
DR-Congo’s Virunga National park is the oldest national park but it is less known to the world because of many different wars for many years but now it’s safe and open for tourism, trekking experience is the as in Uganda and Rwanda
Congo gorilla trekking permit cost $400 per person per day in Virunga National Park
Rwanda gorilla trekking permit was increased from $750 to $1500 per person per day in Volcanoes National Park
Uganda gorilla trekking permit cost $600 per day per person in both Bwindi Impenetrable National Park and in Mghinga Gorilla National Park