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2 Days Flying Gorilla Habituation Tour in Uganda

/2 Days Flying Gorilla Habituation Tour in Uganda
2 Days Flying Gorilla Habituation Tour in Uganda2019-10-07T13:27:25+03:00

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Overview of the 2 Days Flying Gorilla habituation tour

The 2 days flying gorilla habituation tour is good for the fanatic gorilla trekker with less time for safari holidays in Uganda. Anyways, in this one; you spend 4 magical hours with the gentle apes studying and observing their way of life while in their natural environment. Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park has the greatest mountain gorilla trekking and habituation experience than anywhere else in the world. The park is also a recognized member of the UNESCO heritage site #visituganda.

Details of the 2 days Flying Gorilla Tour in Uganda

Day 1 of the 2 days Flying Gorilla tour in Uganda: Gorilla Habituation Experience in Bwindi

A cordial meet and greet with our drive-guide certainly sets off this tour. We surely take a Domestic flight from Entebbe to Kisoro Airfield.  Of course you meet again with our driver-guide. And by all means, he delivers you to Rushaga UWA Headquarters.

You obviously attend briefing about Gorilla Habituation. In addition we head on for the actual ecstatic interface with the gorillas.  And after, retire to choice lodge for Dinner and Overnight.

Day 2 of  Flying Gorilla Tour in Uganda: Mabamba Swamp Visit & Departure

An early morning Breakfast is indeed served before flying to Entebbe. However you have to meet the driver-guide with parked lunch. Furthermore, he drives you to Mabamba bay. And you sail explicitly to the beautiful shores of Lake Victoria. We are here to evidently glance at the stunning Shoe-Bill Stork in Mabamba Swamp.

Transfer to airport for Departure Flight.


  • Habituation Permits
  • Guides
  • Porters
  • Accommodation
  • Meals & Drinks
  • Air tickets & domestic flight
  • Visas
  • Personal Shopping
  • Optional activities i.e. primate walks, community walks & horseback riding or even gorilla trekking
    • Alcoholic drinks


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