Gorilla Trekking with Wildlife Safaris in Uganda and Rwanda.
Gorilla Trekking with Wildlife Safaris in Uganda and Rwanda.

Combining Gorilla Trekking with Wildlife Safaris in Both Uganda and Rwanda. Gorilla Trekking- Wildlife Safaris Through Uganda and Rwanda.

Combining Gorilla Trekking with Wildlife Safaris in Both Uganda and Rwanda- As you plan your gorilla trekking safari through Uganda and Rwanda, make sure you also include other National Park destinations. Both Uganda and Rwanda have a lot of activities that tourists can get to enjoy after the gorilla trekking experience and these include wildlife safari, cultural encounters, game drives, boat rides, birding safaris, filming and photography safaris among others and they can be carried out in destinations like Murchison National Park, Mgahinga National Park, Lake Mburo and the Queen Elizabeth National Park, Nyungwe forest National Park and the Akagera National Park.

Queen Elizabeth National Park

Queen Elizabeth National Park is located in the south western part of Uganda and is the second largest National Park in the country. Queen Elizabeth is home to thousands of animals, different types of vegetation ranging from Acacia trees to forest grasslands and a wide range of bird species both resident and international. It is a home to Buffaloes, elephants, tree climbing lions, Hyenas, Ugandan Kob, water bucks, antelopes and hogs among others. Best visited during the dry season, it is a good addition to a gorilla trekking trip while in Uganda.

Lake Mburo National Park

Lake Mburo National Park is an extremely small Park surrounded by Lake Mburo which is one of the four main Lakes that make up the Park. Although the Park is small, it has a lot of things that will keep you entertained especially animals and birds. Some of the specials that you should look out for include Bushbucks, Burchell’s Zebra, Buffalos, hippos, Bush duikers, elands and warthogs among others. It is a home to over 300 bird species most of which are water birds and these include papyrus yellow warblers blue headed coucal and papyrus Gonolek.

Murchison Falls National Park

Murchison National Park is the largest Park in Uganda with one of the best sceneries of the waterfalls in the country. There are a number of things that will make your trip to Murchison Falls National Park an exciting place to be after a gorilla trek and these are the famous Murchison Falls which are found along the River Nile, the different bird species like the African Jacana, Malachite Kingfishers, Red throated Bee eater and the black billed barbet, animals like hippos, lions, elephants, chimpanzees, giraffes, crocodiles, Jackson’s hartebeest and many more others.

Volcanoes National Park

Volcanoes National Park is located in the North western part of Rwanda in the Virunga region and it is one of the largest National Parks in Rwanda. The National Park is a home to the largest number of gorillas in Rwanda and other primates like the golden monkeys and other primates. There are several activities that can be carried out here while in the Volcanoes but the best and most participated in is gorilla trekking which is best carried out during the dry season.

Nyungwe Forest National Park

Nyungwe Forest National Park is found in the Western part of Rwanda and is one of the top tourist destinations in the country. With a canopy walkway considered to be the longest in East Africa, this rain forest is a home to quite a large number of primates like monkeys and the chimpanzees which are the top tourist attraction in the park. Make sure that you add Nyungwe to your destination list after gorilla trekking in the Volcanoes National Park.

Akagera National Park

Akagera National Park is located in the Eastern part of Rwanda is one of the largest National Parks with an impressive number of wildlife that is animals and different types of bird species. The National Park is also home to Lake Ihema where most of the bird species can be found. Some of the activities that you can carry out while in Akagera include game drives where you will see animals like hippos, zebras, lions, giraffes, birding, trekking through the park, cultural tours and boat cruises along Lake Ihema.

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Katland Safaris
May 21, 2024
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