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Best Places for Budget Gorilla Trekking in Africa




Are you planning to track mountain gorillas soon? Here are three pocket friendly gorilla parks you should  choice on moreover with the most affordable gorilla permits and even discounts during gorilla tourism promotion months of April, May and November.

A trip to Africa to see mountain gorillas is one of the most exciting and memorable creating historical memories not just about gorillas but also the rich cultural traditions, landscape, warm weather, wildlife, birds, other primates and much more. Don’t postpone your gorilla safari to the land of the great apes yet there are three best budget gorilla trekking parks to consider if you travelling on budget.

Go Gorilla Trekking in the Virunga National Park

According to hundreds of primate lovers and adventurers,Virunga national Park is a must see gorilla destination in Africa, cheap, amazing and with the most manageable hikes ever. Congo gorilla tours are affordable giving tourists a chance to explore other incredible park attractions like Nyiragongo volcanoes since gorilla permits are discounted to only $200 during low season months. With the many tour options, tour agents design interesting Congo gorilla tours at reasonable prices.Virunga is one of the most biological diverse protected areas on the planet with a lot to see, enjoy and explore.

Go Gorilla Trekking in the Mgahinga National Park

Known as the less populated mountain gorilla destination in Uganda’s Mgahinga Gorilla National Park offers exceptional beauty, primate experience, ancient Uganda tradition,rewarding volcano hikes to all visitors on Uganda gorilla trekking safaris. Tracking gorillas here is life paradise, natural beauty reigns all through feeding eyes with lots of impressive views and many forest habitants. Those planning to track gorillas and golden monkeys, Mgahinga should be your choice destination that will bring all kinds of primates to your glance. Besides, it’s a cheaper option for those who were planning to cross to Rwanda for just golden monkey trekking.

Go Gorilla Trekking in the Bwindi Impenetrable National Park

The land of friendly people  with a warm heart of conservation “he Batwa” who vacated their jungle forest ancestral home for mountain gorilla conservation, Bwindi Forest National Park is a major draw of gorilla trekking tourists to Africa. The recent gorilla trekking tourists to see mountain gorillas in Africa admit that Bwindi forest is cheap compared to other great gorilla trekking destinations like Volcanoes national park. Many still have plans of visiting this incredible budget gorilla trekking destination and explore the beautiful rain forest that has been conserved for decades. Don’t miss to explore the nearby island of Lake Bunyonyi and get the opportunity to explore twenty nine islands in water in just a day.

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