Heads up the hills of Bwindi in search of these amazing creatures. As you walk through this thick tropical rain forest, be at one with nature as you listen to the sound of nature and take in fresh cool air. And as you climb and get deeper into this paradise, Alas! There they are! The amazing gentle creatures! The mountain gorillas!

Over view

You have always wished to trek gorillas but your budget and time have always limited you? The 3 day budget gorilla trekking tour to Bwindi is then perfect for you. You will spend 3 days in Bwindi impenetrable forest located in the southwestern Uganda and a home to half of the endangered mountain gorillas. Depending on availability of gorilla permits at the time of confirmation, you may trek gorillas in Buhoma,Ruhija, Rushaga, Nyakagezi or Nkuringo

Detailed Program

Day One: Pick up and transfer to Bwindi impenetrable forest

Depart Entebbe or Kampala for your 9hr road transfer to Bwindi impenetrable forest. En route meet and interact with the royal drum makers, stopover at the equator and capture photographic memories, you will find out that Ugandans are friendly and are eager to interact with visitors. Continue to Mbarara for lunch then embark on your scenic drive to Bwindi impenetrable forest. Dine and slumber at Rushaga gorilla camp

Day Two: Gorilla trekking

After an early morning breakfast, with our packed lunch, we go to the park offices for briefing at around 8:00am and later start the gorilla trekking entering the forest, the natural habitat of the gorillas. Your gorilla trekking adventure has just begun. It may take 3 to 8 hrs under muddy and strenuous conditions, sometimes with rain over head. But all these conditions cease to be a challenge the moment you come face to face with the amazing mountain gorillas. The feeling is one unlike any other felt before, only you can find the fitting word, mine awestruck. You?

Day Three: Departure

After your breakfast, you will be driven back to Kampala or Entebbe  to your post tour accommodation or you may choose to fly out of Uganda today. Enroute to make occasional stops to have a glimpse of Uganda’s rural life, watch herds men tend to their cattle and take in the beautiful landscape as it all unfolds before you. A visit to the drum makers is one you shouldn’t miss, get to a sneak into the process of making traditional drums. The experience is just magical and unforgatable.


  1. Gorilla permits
  2. All accommodation as per the itinerary
  3. Fuel
  4. Services of an English speaking guide/driver
  5. All ground transportation in a 4×4 vehicle
  6. Water on the safari
  7. All pickups and drops



  1. Drinks
  2. Visas
  3. Tips
  4. Laundry services
  5. Porters
  6. International flights
  7. Insurance