As confirmed by the Uganda Wildlife Authority, this November, two new gorilla families have been adapted due to be located Southern part of the magnificent Bwindi Impenetrable National Park for more tourism activities. The new gorilla families are called Oruzogo and Kahungye this will bring the sum number of daily permits to be provided to the trackers in Uganda to 64 of them considering the 8 groups vacant for tourism due carry total capacity of a maximum of 8 tourists per day.
Its evident that Uganda as compared to her competitors as far a Gorillas are concerned has beat them due to the additional two families. This means that Uganda issues more permits than both Rwanda and Congo DR. However the currently 7 gorilla families accustomed to for tourism in Rwanda might no sooner see another one or two families supplemented.
As gorilla tracking remains Uganda’s best known tourism attraction, Bwindi is estimated to be the most visited National Park in the whole of East Africa. Although more adventure activities for example Chip tracking, water rafting, mountain hiking, bird watching among others, are still offered in the East African countries.
GORILLA TREKKING SAFARI