Gorilla Trekking Uganda from Entebbe-Kampala to Bwindi National Park
Uganda Gorilla trekking from Entebbe or Kampala to Bwindi is a safari option with some good side, despite the gorilla parks being compared to the gorilla tours in Uganda from Kigali in Rwanda. To visit gorillas in Uganda going through Entebbe or Kampala has its pros and cons. It is very good for visitors who have programmes to fullfill in Kampala or have other safari tours to do in other parts of Uganda. For instance, someone for gorilla tracking in Bwindi but has wildlife safaris in Queen Elizabeth, Lake Mburo, Kibale or Murchison Falls National park on the itinerary would better go through Entebbe. A gorilla trip by flying to Bwindi or Kisoro is only available by taking a flight from Entebbe to the gorilla parks and not possible from Kigali.
In case you have only gorilla trekking in Uganda on a trip for one, two or three days, passing by Rwanda is more ideal. On the other hand, Uganda’s geographical beauty may best be exploited by a driving all the way from Entebbe /Kampala to Bwindi. There is alot to see alot the way including the Uganda Equator, parts of Lake Mburo National Park, Igongo Cultural Centre plus beatiful gardens, animals and people. These will not be enjoyed in a short distance from Kigali to Bwindi forest. In conclusion, Uganda gorilla trekking from Entebbe or Kampala presents easy possibilities for visitors explore several tourist attractions in Uganda before or after the gorilla adventure. Make a gorilla permit booking in time to get assurance that you would track gorillas once you reach the travel dates. A gorilla permit is a card that gives you access to the park to see gorillas in the wild.