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PRIME UGANDA SAFARIS & TOURS LTD is an indigenous East African Ugandan tour operator organizing Gorilla trekking safaris & tours in Uganda & Rwanda as well as wildlife safaris, fully registered and licensed in Kampala Uganda. A percentage of our profits support the Christ Our Vision International Child Care International (COVCC INTL) a family Christian church Orphanage & School taking care of orphans, vulnerable children & windows in Kalagi-Town Mukono District-The 2nd HIV/AIDS worst hit district of Uganda.
We drive travelers’ interests providing them with their desired ultimate safari experiences in Uganda, Rwanda, Congo, Kenya Tanzania and all around Africa. Our committed staff has offered excellent services to several group clients and individual travelers over the years, as well as promoting Uganda-the pearl of Africa as the world`s best tourist destination as well as other East African destinations. Part of the profits generated from this agency boost the sponsorship of the orphans and all beneficiaries of the (COVCC INTERNATIONAL) programs.
You can physically find us at;
PLot. 1958, Bweya Kanyigo, Along Kajjansi Bweya Lutembe Rd, Near Westminster Christian Institute Uganda
3 Kilometers off Entebbe Rd, 1.5 Km after Kajjansi Airfield.
P.O.Box 16373, Wandegeya Kampala, Uganda E.Africa
Mobile: (+256)-773-912-891, (+256)-702-123-064
Web Site: Primeugandasfaris.com
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Gorilla Trekking Uganda Safari Tour, Uganda Gorilla Tour Adventures to Bwindi Impenetrable Park, Uganda Tour ranks as the most important part of any Uganda safari Itinerary. The once-in-a-lifetime experience takes you through the dense forests of Bwindi Impenetrable National Park and Mgahinga Gorilla National park on the slopes of the Virunga ranges in search of the gentle giants. Gorilla trekking in Uganda is usually done in groups of 8 individuals that launch into the forest tracking a particular gorilla family. Each of this trekking party is led by a professional and highly experienced ranger guide who keeps on giving you an elaborate review of the entire jungle ecosystem with and all its habitants. Gorilla trekking in Uganda can last for as low as 1hour before sighting the tracked gorilla family to as long as 8 hours and this majorly depends on the location of the gorilla family that you are tracking.
11 Days Uganda gorilla wildlife and cultural safari; is structured to help you gain an insight of the wildlife, gorilla and cultural and scenic attractions of Uganda. It covers the Uganda’s. Read More
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The Bwindi impenetrable national park has various attractions and these include mountain gorillas, other mammals like chimpanzees, monkeys and bush elephants, tree species, butterflies species, bird species, and the Batwa people.
Bird species in Bwindi; Bwindi impenetrable national park habituates about 348 bird species making it one of the biggest birding site in Uganda. The birds found here include the African green Broadbill The African green broadbill has a body length of 13.6-15.6cm and weighs between 29-32.5g. this bird has a short tail and a green broadbill. Read More
Trees species in Bwindi; Bwindi impenetrable park has many equatorial rain forest trees and these trees can grow to a height of up to 55-75 feet, they form thick canopies, many trees have broad leaves and contain hard wood. Bwindi forest has a thick under growth which makes it hard to access hence its name Bwindi which means impassable or impenetrable. Read More
Cultural Encounters; On the hinges of Bwindi impenetrable national park, are two tribes of people and these include the Bakiga and the Batwa. Bakiga people; On the peripherals of this park, are communities of bantu people called the bakiga. According to the 2014 population census, there are 2,390,446 bakiga in western Uganda which represents. Read More
Mountain gorillas; Mountain Gorillas in Bwindi Scientifically termed as Gorilla beringei beringei, mountain gorillas are typically gentle and amazingly shy and calm animals that have thick and long fur and this enables them to live in cooler temperature climatic zones, each gorilla can be identified basing on its nose print which is unique to each individual Read More
Chimpanzee in Bwindi; These are close relatives of humans with a 99% matching DNA to that of humans, there are two species of chimpanzees, Common chimpanzee species and the Bonobo species, Bwindi impenetrable national park has the common chimpanzee species with an estimated population of 350 chimpanzees Read More
Black and white colobus monkeys; These monkeys have a black color with a strip of white color on the side of their body, limbs and around their face and also at their tail ending, these strips are called mantle, these monkeys live in groups of 5-15 members led by a male, their weight ranges between 4-14 kg, they have a body length of up to 75 cm or 30 inches Read More
Gorilla Trekking in Bwindi Forest Park; Gorilla tracking is done in any of the four sectors of Ruhija, Buhoma, Rushaga, and Nkuringo. Families in Ruhija include; Orozogo family, Bitukura family and Kyaguliro family. In Buhoma there is Habibanja family, Rushegura family, Mubare family and Katwe family. In Rushaga there is Nshongi family, Bweza family, Kahugye family, Busigye family, Mishaya family and Bikiyingi family. Read More
Nature walks in Bwindi Forest Park; The park has developed nature trails that can be taken by tourists and each of these can enable a tourist to have a glimpse at many of the bird species, primates, beautiful butterflies and the tree species at your disposal while in the park. These nature trails enable a tourist to indulge almost all his or her sensory organs while in the park because mother nature here keeps giving you more than what you imagined. Read More
Cultural visits in Bwindi Forest Park; These visits are aimed at creating a thrilling encounter between the tourists and the local communities in order to appreciate the culture and way of life of people living on the peripherals of this park and also develop an understanding of the challenges existing between the locals and the park. Some of the cultural encounters that can be undertaken by tourists include; the Batwa cultural experience. Read More