Eunice and Kenneth are great! The logistics were perfect and I really enjoyed traveling with Kenneth to Mgahinga. He’s from the area and so knowledgable. The hour we got to spend with the mountain gorillas was incredible and a personal highlight for life. If you’re looking for a personalized experience with great people, Twende is the company for you!
The Gorilla trekking was life changing! Breathtaking views, incredible time with the gorillas and just an all around amazing experience. Same situation with the Chimpanzee trekking….just the most beautiful day with the chimps. I can’t say enough about Eunice and her team….I felt cared for, catered to, safe and spoiled rotten! You won’t regret choosing Twende to show you around!
This was a very interesting trip with my parents and I to queen Elizabeth National park, Jinja and Kampala city tour for five days, which was very well organized by Eunice, Rose and the Entire Twende Team. Our driver guide Joseph was a professional.
Thanks Eunice and your Team for the job well done. I would highly recommend Twende Expeditions to any Traveller who wants to have a feel of Uganda.”
What am amazing time we had on our trip. Thank you to Eunice and Rose at Twende Expeditions for helping us plan. They took care of all of our arrangements, travel to (via a hired driver) and back to Entebbe (via small plane), food, lodging and tickets to do the trek. We did not have to worry about any detail. Our drive Joseph was so informative about the history, people, language and culture of Uganda on our long drive.
Bwindi Impenetrable National Park (BINP) is best known for its Mountain Gorilla populations and gorilla tracking.
There are 4 locations for tracking gorillas in BINP these are Buhoma, Ruhija, Rushaga, and Nkuringo. The 4 locations have a total of about 18 families as of December 2018. Tracking permits must be bought before tracking by booking directly with the reservations office at the Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA) Headquarters or through a reputable tour agent. Permits can be paid for up to two years in advance.
Only 8 visitors are allowed to view the gorillas for one hour per day, participants must be aged 15 or over. and they will be accompanied by UWA guides while with the Gorillas.
Tracking the gorillas can last from a few hours to a whole day, depending on how far the group has moved since it was observed nesting up the previous evening.
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