African wildlife safaris come in any form – you can travel by car or even go to the elephant. But there is something special about heading off to the mountains to look for the mountain gorillas. You have several options how to do this, and in most parks hosting wildlife safari Africa. This is popular in the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park in Uganda, and the Volcanoes National Park in Rwanda.
Bwindi Impenetrable National Park
Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, Uganda, is home to the same mountain gorilla subspecies found in Rwanda. The area has a population of more than 300 gorillas. In the 330-km2 (127-sq mi) of this garden, a large timber trees mingle with giant ferns, hanging vines and shrubs growling. It is the only forest you will find in East Africa which is home to both chimpanzees and mountain gorillas. For getting more information about safaris, You can check out mountain gorilla trek packages via https://volcanoessafaris.com/safaris/.
Mountain gorillas live in small groups. This national park has 30 small groups that 6 is used to receive guests.
While this is truly one of the most magnificent experiences of those who may experience on African wildlife safaris, it is one that is physically demanding. You can avoid depending on the vehicle of that takes you to a site that is full of mountain gorillas. You have to walk, climb and slide it towards your goal.