Gorilla trekking

Uganda is a home to 480 out of 880 only remaining mountain gorillas in the world according to the latest Gorilla census. All the 880 gorillas live in the Virunga Volcanoes Massif, which spans Rwanda’s Volcanoes National Park, DR Congo’s Virunga National Park, and Uganda’s Mgahinga National Park. Bwindi Impenetrable National in Uganda alone is a home to 400 gorillas mean while Gahinga sector includes (Mt. Mgahinga National Park in Uganda, Virunga in National Park Congo and Park Volcano National Park in Rwanda)

Health Risks to Gorillas
The land surrounding the national parks where gorillas live is some of the most densely populated in Africa. As a result of intense human activity near and inside the parks, gorillas face numerous threats to their survival, including poaching and habitat loss. Because gorillas share 98.5% of their genes with humans, their greatest health threat may come from human-borne infectious diseases.

Gorilla Permits Information
Gorilla Safari Hints
Gorilla Safari Lodges
Gorilla National Parks
Habitants of Mountain Gorillas
Life style of Mountain Gorillas
Gorilla Families in Uganda
Gorilla Families in Rwanda
Gorilla Family in Congo
Gorilla Tracking Rules
Uganda vs Rwanda Gorilla trek
Best time to track Gorillas
Allowed Age Groups to track Gorillas
Gorilla Student Study tour
Filming Mt. Gorillas
Gorilla Permit Refund