Uganda Gorilla Safaris

Enjoy the most adventurous Gorilla Tracking and Wildlife tours in Rwanda with shoebill safaris. Rwanda’s Gorilla safaris are combined with special cultural tours, nature walks, Golden monkey tracking and Kigali city tour. Nyungwe forest National Park will leave your mind amazed at the canopy walk and the special primate varieties in that forest.


We organize Gorilla Tracking tours to the leading Gorilla tracking destinations of Uganda and Rwanda. Gorilla watching safaris are mostly combined Chimpanzee trekking, wildlife, game viewing, birding safaris in the all the major National Parks in Uganda and Rwanda. We offer tailored safari packages that vary in the length to suit your travel expectations. Our Gorilla Trekking and Wildlife safari packages feature the best thrilling adventures to the very best destinations in Uganda and Rwanda. We have gained a lot of experience in organizing group and small group tours.

10 Days Uganda Gorilla Safari

Enjoy 10 Days exploring the hidden treasure of Uganda’s tourism with Gorillas and Chimp tracking in Kibale National park. Read More…

11 Days Rwanda Gorillas Tracking Tour

Visit Gorillas in Volcanoes, Chimps in Nyungwe and special game viewing in Kagera, Kigali city, Lake Kivu and the capital Kigali in Rwanda. Read More…

6 Days Gorillas and Chimps Tour

Guided primate tour in Bwindi and Kibale National Parks tracking the Gorillas and Chimps in their natural habitat. Read More…


Gorillas can be visited all year round, Uganda and Rwanda have the best climate for travelers especially those coming to see the gorillas in Bwindi and volcanoes National Parks.

Peak Season

The best time to visit Gorillas however is December to February and June to August (peak season) which has more drier months compared to the other time. The forest trails are clearer and easy to walk through to the mountain gorilla in their natural forest. Gorilla permits in this period are on  very high demand and you must you must book in time with us to avoid last minute bookings that may not be easy.

Low season

This is also known as the wet season with more rain that the rest of the months. March to May and September to November are months with more rain almost daily and this reduces the number of tourists coming for Gorilla trekking and that’s why its called the low season. Forest trails are slippery and the the forest vegetation so wet but Gorilla tracking still happens. The low season is ideal for those travelers that may not want to meet many more tourists in the different tour sites in Uganda.