A remote pocket of rain forest in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park in southwestern Uganda is home to the majority of the total population of endangered mountain gorillas. Bwindi Park is currently the most famous location for gorilla safaris in Uganda and has broadcast a World Heritage Site. This stop consists of approximately 200 square miles of rain forest was thick and dense desert vegetation – the surrounding nature is perfect for mountain gorillas.
A visit to the family groups of mountain gorilla trek is generally limited to 8 people for meetings and visits are usually continued to occur 60 minutes. The trip was very testing, but once you come to this closeness with our own relatives provided smooth, works of adventure promptly ignored.
Sitting in a quiet perception of gorillas Uganda as they approach their day with everyday life, play, eat and take care of and raise their children, is a completely mysterious ordeal.
Interesting Facts Uganda Gorilla:
Diurnal mountain gorillas – they are by and large dynamic during the hour between 06: 00-06: 00, which is the reason gorilla trekking in Uganda, directed in these hours.
As males age, they build a chair or silver-colored dark hair on their backs, therefore, Uganda gorilla male alluded to as "silverbacks".
Every night, the mountain gorillas make another home to rest at night to take advantage of the vegetation cover.
Uganda gorillas can be distinguished by their nose prints, which is one of a kind to everyone.
Uganda gorilla adult male-ups have harder maintaining peak in their skulls, giving them more shape of a cone-shaped contrast with females.