| October 5, 2015

Mountain Gorilla Tracking safaris in Uganda

Did you know that now, over 100,000 western lowland gorillas are thought to exist in the wild, with 4,000 in zoos; eastern lowland gorillas have a population of 4,000 in the wild and 24 in zoos. Mountain gorillas are the most severely endangered, with an estimated population of about 620 left in the wild and none in zoos. And over half of these mountain gorillas can be found in Bwindi Impenetrable forest.

Did you know that gorilla tracking in Uganda is can be done any time of the year and that every tracker must have a gorilla tracking permit? Gorilla tracking permits have played a great role as far as conservation of mountain Gorilla is concerned. The money got from these permits are used to pay rangers and also educate local communities on the need to conserve these African “gentle giants” in the wild.

Abacus vacations is giving you a once in a life time opportunity to track these elusive rear and endangered mountain gorillas and become part of the conservation effort that has fought for the remaining mountain gorillas from seeing extinction in three of the five Uganda safari offers that are being run these year

AUG 004 – Uganda Gorilla Safari-2 nights/3 days => from $ 640 pp

AUG 001 – 5 Days Queen and Bwindi Safari => From $ 1,135 pp

AUG 003 – 6 Days Uganda Gorilla Wildlife Safari => From $ 1,515 p/p

AUG 005 – Uganda Gorilla Wildlife Safari-4 nights/5 days => from $ 1,175 pp

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