November gorilla trekking discounts 2017
- January 20, 2017
- Posted by: Africa Safaris
- Category: Travel News
If you missed trekking gorillas in April and May, another opportunity to do so is in November. Our November gorilla trekking discounts in 2017 are meant for those that want to visit the endangered mountain gorillas of the Bwindi Impenetrable National Park as well as Mgahinga national Park. May gorilla trekking discounts of USD450.00 per gorilla permit and USD100 per Kibale chimpanzee permit are a result of efforts by Uganda Wildlife Authority to over discounts during low season months of April, May and November every year. Uganda Wildlife Authority announces discounts on gorilla and chimpanzee permits for the months of April, May and November every after two years. This is because Uganda Wildlife Authority reviews its tariffs every two years meaning that rates that we are using now still apply for 2017.
More about November gorilla trekking discounts
November gorilla trekking discounts ensure that you save USD150.00 off each gorilla permit purchased in November. With this, one can be able to use it on accommodation and transport making November gorilla trekking affordable to all those interested in tracking gorillas in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park and Mgahinga National Park. Encounter Africa safaris organizes November gorilla trekking discounts and safaris to visit these rare great apes and we offer affordable prices to those that book with us.
Unlike gorilla permits of other months, April, May and November gorilla trekking permits must be bought in full (paying full amount USD450.00) for each gorilla permits instead of paying halves. Discounted gorilla trekking permits are none refundable and transferable. Please ask Encounter Africa safaris before you decide to take advantage of November gorilla trekking Discounts. Why trekking in other months when gorilla permits are very expensive than November?? Contact Encounter Africa safaris to take advantage of November gorilla trekking discounts to enable you trek gorillas in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park where mountain gorilla co-exist with wild chimpanzees.