3 Way Gorilla Resort
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... and if the guides get a response, we are allowed to enter. It's pretty amazing. The first gorilla we spotted, a silverback, was picking at the nearby leaves minding his own business. He was so comfortable with our presence that he even let out a loud sneeze. Our guide ushered us further into the jungle where we spotted five more gorillas perched up on a hill. They were cuddling and grooming one another while basking in the mid-afternoon ...
... certainly a lot more rapidly than the 3 hour wait. As it turns out there had been some wild dogs in the forest that morning. The monkeys had gone very quiet and very still making them impossible to see amongst the bamboo. It was well worth the wait to watch these fun little monkeys. Squeezably cute! On our way back we got chatting to the one legged hiker and his wife. Their journey to this point had been quite incredible. He was determined not to let his lack of a leg ...
... Park, Mgahinga Gorilla National Park, Volcanoes National Park, and Virunga National Park. You cannot visit a mountain gorilla in any zoo in the world as previous attempts to keep them captive have failed with most dying within months of arrival. In fact all zoos across the world have mutually agreed not to house any mountain gorillas due to the poor success rate and to extinguish the gorilla black market I a bid to increase wild population numbers. Our gorilla ...
... 100 just for a return taxi. We
had organised our Gorilla permits through the UWA (Ugandan Wildlife
Authority) in the UK at a cost of $800. However for some stupid
reason you have to collect them from the capital Kampala which is 10
hours away. We used Golden Monkey Guesthouse to collect our permits
on our behalf with a charge of $50. We collected our permits and
managed to meet up with Bianca and Richie for dinner. In the middle
of the ...
Our second gorilla trek was about to begin this morning, although the weather was very different and it was pouring rain. The trek does go ahead as normal but it was a very wet and trecherous journey up to the gorillas again. I did not take many pictures due to the rain and also the gorillas were mostly huddled up in the trees. Here are just a few.