The pursuit of gorillas in Uganda is a fascinating tour for tourists. Many travelers travel to Uganda in order to observe gorillas which share 97 percent of their genes with humans. There are 700 gorillas across the globe and half are found in Uganda.
The endangered and rare animals are located in Bwindi impenetrable National Park and Mgahinga National Park. Both parks are protected by the Ugandan government and gorillas are slowly growing in size. However, monitoring on Uganda tour gorillas isn't easy since they're found in thick rain forests as well as on hills that are steep. The process of Uganda gorilla tours could be exhausting and could take between 2 and 9 hours but it is the best experience of life.
You need to obtain the official permits for every park two months prior to the trip to Uganda. Children who are younger than 15 are not permitted to participate in gorilla tracking. If you're sick, or suffer from any infection, you're not allowed go to the park in order to prevent spreading the illness to the animals.
Photography with flash is not allowed and the length of period you are permitted to observe animals is one hour. You must also be kept 5 meters from the animals. The maximum number of people who visit each day is 6-9 people per group. Drinking, spitting, eating or even touching gorillas prohibited. In addition, you aren't allowed to imitate silverbacks using a thud or a beating as they might be upset and threaten you. It is important to wear dress warmly because it is very cold in the forests.