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Bwindi Gorilla Trekking Advice

  • The safety of visitors HAS highest priority. You do not have to worry about your personal safety.
  • It Has A tropical climate, so you can expect both Sun and rain.
  • Because of the high altitude can be chilly, bring warm clothes.
  • Wear long pants and a shirt with long sleeves.
  • Sturdy walking shoes are essential.
  • Rain gear is not always a luxury.
  • Take a bottle of water and eat em.
  • You may, in the presence of the gorillas do not eat, drink or smoke.
  • You can take pictures, but not with flash.
  • For a small fee to help you with porters carrying your bag or backpack.
  • The Gorilla Trek takes place at high altitude, Which May Cause problems for some. Walk quietly at your own pace and do not forget to drink enough water.

Bwindi Gorilla tracking Rules

  • To the transfer of human pathogens to minimize Should containerization at least 7 meters distance from the gorillas to Maintain.
  • If you have a cold, flu or other contagious disease, You Should not visit the gorillas.
  • The actual time of the visit is limited to 1 hour.
  • Maximum of 8 visitors per group.
  • Minimum age 15 years.
  • The park is absolutely forbidden spitting.
  • If you cough, hold your hand to your mouth and turn away from the gorillas.
  • Speak softly.
  • Try not to make sudden movements.
  • If a gorilla fails against you, fear not, stand still, look away from the gorilla and follow the instructions or guide the care fully.
  • Do not leave rubbish behind.