2017 May gorilla trekking discounts
- January 17, 2017
- Posted by: Africa Safaris
- Category: Travel News
2017 is here and many people are looking for gorilla trekking discounts. All those interested in trekking mountain gorillas in Uganda should look out for 2017 may gorilla trekking discounts to save some money in planning their gorilla safaris to Bwindi Impenetrable National Park and Mgahinga National Park. Encounter Africa safaris is proud to announce low season gorilla permits at USD450 for 2017 may gorilla trekking safaris. This will allow you to save USD150.00 off each discounted gorilla permit booked through encounter Africa safaris. Our 2017 May gorilla trekking discount is also extended to your transportation and accommodation to make sure that your may gorilla trekking discounts on safari are worth taking.
Why may gorilla trekking discounts
We recommend may gorilla trekking discounts because they allow you to save some money off gorilla and chimpanzee permits, transport, accommodation something that would be impossible in other months. May is a good month since towards then end, rains also reduce to make it easier to trek mountain gorillas in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park and Mgahinga National Park. All those interested in may gorilla trekking discounts on chimpanzee permits for Kibale, these are available at USD100.00 instead of the usual USD150.
Encounter Africa safaris organizes all inclusive may gorilla trekking discounts and safaris to see gorillas in Bwindi and Mgahinga. Please contact us while there still gorilla permits and we will act accordingly. You can as well combine your may gorilla trekking discounted gorilla safari with visits to Queen Elizabeth National Park, Murchison Falls National Park or Lake Mburo National Park to enjoy game viewing as well as boat cruises in these national Park. Take advantage of low season offers in April, May and November as announced by Uganda wildlife authority and Encounter Africa safaris. Don’t miss out on visiting Bwindi Impenetrable National Park the only place where mountain gorillas co-exist with chimpanzees in the wild.