GORILLA TREKKING UGANDA IN JUNE 2021
Gorilla trekking Uganda in June 2021 is among the most memorable activities that tourists will give you an amazing experience during your Uganda safari with a number of amazing attractions you’ll get to see a number of rewarding attractions and views during your gorilla trekking experience. gorilla trekking in Uganda can be carried out in Bwindi impenetrable national park or mgahinga national park and this can give you the chance to spend one hour with the gorillas observing their behaviour in the park .
One of the most amazing time to take part in gorilla trekking in Uganda in the month of June where you will have an amazing time because of a number including the price of gorilla permits, the weather, a number of attractions you’ll get to see among other factors that make gorilla trekking in June for an amazing experience in the country.
WHY TAKE PART IN GORILLA TREKKING UGANDA IN JUNE
Interesting about gorilla trekking in Uganda in June 2021, is the fact that you will have the chance to take part in the activity at a generally cheaper price as compared to paying 700USD. It should be noted that the Uganda wildlife authority announced the promotional rates for primate trekking and because the offer ends in June 2021, tourists should consider booking for the activity in order to participate in the rewarding activity at a generally cheap price.
For gorilla trekking in Bwindi impenetrable national park and mgahinga national park, the discount for the different tourists is as follows
- East African community citizens will pay ugx 150,000
- Foreign residents will pay USD 300 for gorilla permits
- Foreign non residents will pay USD 400
However the Uganda wildlife authority also cut the prices for the chimpanzee trekking permits in Uganda and for tourists interested in taking part in the activity, the Chimpanzee trekking promotional rates are as follows;
- East African community citizens will pay ugx 100,000
- Foreign residents will pay USD 100 for gorilla permits
- Foreign non residents will pay USD 150
SAFE COVID-19 PRECAUTIONS
Although Uganda is among the countries in the world that are being affected by covid-19, it should be noted that it is among the few countries that have been cleared as safe tourism destinations this is because of a number of safety precaution and stand operating procedures the government of Uganda under the ministry of health and the Uganda wildlife authority have designed for locals and the tourists to exercise in order to have a safe gorilla trekking experience in June and some of the safety measures include; tourists that have tested negative for covid-19 are the ones that will access the country, regular disinfection, social distancing during the activity and this has also led t the cutting of the number of people that take part in the activity from 8 to 6 as a way to avoid covid-19 and many other measures. It should be noted that gorilla trekking in Uganda is safe throughout the year and by this you can choose to book for your gorilla trekking permit in Uganda at any given time of the year and you’ll be safe against covid-19.
FOOD IS READILY AVAILABLE
Food is readily available for the endangered mountain gorillas during the month of June in Bwindi impenetrable national park and Mgahinga National Park which limits the movements of the gorillas and because hiking the virunga mountains and hiking through Bwindi forests in order to access the gorilla families can be hectic because the primates are usually on the move to get food in the month of June fruit and other food is readily available which limits the movement of the species and hence making the activity quite comfortable and also making it easy for tourists to access the habituated gorilla families.
GOOD CLIMATIC CONDITIONS
The month of june favours gorilla trekking in Uganda because of the fact that the rains in June are few compared to the days without rains and this give you the chance to take part in gorilla trekking without getting to worry about rains disrupting you during your activity in the parks.
It should be noted that the virunga mountains are slippery during the wet season which hinders movement in the parks and this slows downs tourists as they hike to the habituated gorilla families but during the dry month of June it will enable you to hike through the forests and the mountains comfortably without any hindrances.