Uganda is regarded as the pearl of Africa and it provides an unforgettable experience because the country offers the best places for endangered mountain gorillas as well as chimpanzee trekking safaris. The gorilla trekking safaris are so good, and this is very good, and it is true for all the wildlife safaris.

Uganda is an outstanding destination that provides the best destination for primates. Uganda is also home to the beautiful endangered mountain gorillas and chimpanzees. As you engage in this wonderful activity, you will also get to see other primates, which include monkeys, olive baboons, and numerous species of birds.

This safari becomes so much nicer if you travel as a group or family. However, we also organize individual or group safari tours. It is important to note that over 450 mountain gorillas are found in Uganda along with more than 5000 chimpanzees. This clearly implies that, that is to say, Uganda has a diverse range of primate species, and the chances are excellent that you will be able to fulfill your lifelong ambitions.

Furthermore, Uganda has around 450 mountain gorillas out of around 900 giant apes on the planet, and over 1500 chimpanzees are generally bound in Kibale Forest National Park, and this unimaginable development of primate species is dependent on sound conservation measures and commitment placed on mountain gorillas and chimpanzees.

Uganda has a variety of tourist attractions for those who want to go chimp trekking or for those who want to go gorilla trekking in the wild. These two experiences are distinct, and we will discuss them in detail in this text so that our travelers can gain valuable insight.

To begin, habituated gorillas can be found in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park and Mgahinga gorilla national parks in southwestern Uganda, which are home to half of the world’s endangered gorillas. Chimpanzees are found in a few locations across the country, but the most accustomed families can be found in Kibale Forest National Park in Western Uganda, Kyambura Gorge and Kalinzu Timberland in Queen Elizabeth National Park, and Budongo Forest in Murchison Falls National Park in North Western Uganda.

On the other hand, you can go to Ngamba Island in Lake Victoria to see the stranded chimpanzees. This means that chimpanzees are found in several destinations, as compared to mountain gorillas.

Another difference is reflected in the time taken to get to and see these two great apes. You will need to spend more time travelling to see mountain gorillas as compared to the time that you spend seeing the chimpanzees.

You’ll be on the road for about eight to nine hours, which is about 600 km from the downtown area. This is also dependent on the course selected. However, each course has its own pre-travel experiences, as there is a lot of experience en route to Gorilla Home.

However, you can travel from Kajjansi or Entebbe to Kisoro and then connect with the recreation area for your experience, which takes approximately an hour and a half. The chimpanzee trail, on the other hand, requires a 5-to 6-hour drive from the city to Kibale Forest National Park or the Budongo backwoods, and a 7-8-hour drive to the Kyambura Gorge.

Nonetheless, visiting Bwindi and Mgahinga national parks, as well as Kibale National Park, is worthwhile because of the exciting encounters that guests have. Participate in the world of primate encounters in Africa’s gem!!

Another difference is that the gorilla trekking permit is expensive as compared to the chimpanzee trekking permits. Therefore, while you are coming, you should be aware of this wonderful safari activity and experience so that you don’t get lost.