The world-renowned jungles of Bwindi Impenetrable national Park and Mgahinga National Park offer great opportunities to travelers interested in gorilla watching in Africa.
These two Ugandan parks are amazing homes to the endangered mountain gorillas. Located in South Western Uganda, the parks are great homes to the mountain gorillas, great apes that have been classified as endangered by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN).
The Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA) that is responsible with managing these two parks run two promotions every year and offer discounts to travelers interested in gorilla tracking. These discounts run for bookings of April & May as well as November and you can save up to US$250 per permit if you book a gorilla trek during these months.
Given that there are fewer gorilla permits (or tickets) it is advisable to book early enough and in advance and close the deal.
There are also several tour operators who learn promotions that can save you money on your visit to these parks. Check below for the latest discounts.
If you need gorilla permits and other tickets to discover other attractions in Uganda, it’s worth checking out the available multi-adventure packed Uganda safaris to see if they can save you extra money. Be sure to compare the final cost of a multi-park pass to the combined cost of the individual tickets; the best deal varies depending on the specific attractions and the discounts that are currently available.