Sticking to the belief that all gorilla safaris are expensive has been outdated by experts who organize gorilla trips and still believe there are many budget gorilla safaris that one can enjoy at affordable rates. It’s surely a grand primate adventure that features tracking gorillas in Bwindi National Park. Mgahinga national park, Virunga National Park and Kahuzi Biega National Park.
Day Trip to the Gorillas in Rwanda
Do you have less time in East Africa yet you would like to see the endangered mountain gorillas? A day trip is a possible trip for you. This trip requires leaving Kigali at 4:300Am. Travel to Volcanoes National Park in Northern Rwanda and embark on a hike through the bamboo forests in search of the mountain gorillas. This trip can be combined with several East Africa Safari experiences such as Kilimanjaro trekking, a wildlife in Masai Mara or Serengeti etc.
Recommended Tour: Book a 1 Day Gorilla Tour in Rwanda with Primate Safari Experience, a local destination management company based in Kigali.
2 Days Bwindi Gorilla Safari from Kigali
Did you know flying to Kigali and tracking gorillas in Uganda is the best budget gorilla safari in Africa? This is one of the newest tours and it is offered by selected tour operators. This tour requires only 2 days with one night accommodation .You will be picked up from Kigali with an overnight stay in Bwindi national park the ultimate destination for gorilla trekking in 2017. Next morning go for gorilla tracking in one of the habituated gorilla groups and experience the long waited wildlife encounter in the jungle forest. After meeting gorillas drive back to Kigali with a drop off at the airport for your home flight. To sum it up this gorilla safari saves time and money making gorilla trekking safaris affordable and cheap.
Uganda gorilla trekking (3 Days, 2 Nights)
The most charming budget trek from Kampala to Bwindi National Park. This can be private with your own car and driver at only $950 or backpacking at less than $700 all inclusive. There are several features that make the trip very outstanding like the Equator, Lake Mburo wildlife, Igongo cultural museum, Batwa people, waterfalls and much more. To track gorillas one must book his or her gorilla trekking tour in time in order to reserve the trip essentials especially the gorilla permit the gate pass of to see gorillas. If the expert organizes your trip it’s perhaps the nicest with everything in place just as planned. Pick up on the day is done quite in the morning to bit the early morning city traffic but the drop off is always in the evening at either your lodge or airport.
Congo Gorilla Trek (2 Days, 1 Night)
The Democratic Republic of Congo is another budget safari gorilla destination in Africa for both mountain and low land gorillas. Congo.The Park currently has multiple habituated gorilla families with three most tracked. It’s also possible to start the trip in Uganda and cross via the border of chanika to Virunga National Park.Get a life changing experience in just 2 days in Virunga a park with the most cheap mountain gorilla trekking permits at $450 high season and $200 low season. All international visitors are advised to process there Congo Tourist visa before arrival at a cost of $100 valid for a period of 90 days. When time permits don’t miss to hike Nyiragongo the most impressive volcanoes in Africa.
Lowland Gorilla Trekking Safari in Kahuzi Biega
Get off the beaten track and track the Eastern lowland gorillas during your safari in Africa? Did you know Kahuzi Beiga National park is the only wild place where you can see the eastern lowland gorillas! You can travel on budget into Congo a park from Rwanda and get upclose and personal with the grauer’s gorillas.The park attracts a few travelers who love low land gorillas but the trekking experience is just same like that of mountain gorillas. Tourists are allowed to spend a full hour with gorillas after the encounter and every trek begins with a briefing from the park rangers. However, the difference is that student tourists get discounts on gorilla permits in both high and low season, a thing that applies to all the park tourist activities.