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Awarding Of Trekking Certificates.

Awarding of trekking Certificates: Visitors who have just finished gorilla trekking in Uganda are given a certificate.

Awarding of Trekking certificates.

Visitors who have just finished gorilla trekking in Uganda are given a certificate. This is given to everyone who has tracked gorillas as proof that they have visited Bwindi and observed the most endangered and rare mountain gorillas. You will receive your gorilla trekking certificate while being clapped for by other trackers.

Your day of gorilla trekking will start with a cup of coffee in the morning. You will then be transported to the gorilla briefing location in preparation for your gorilla trekking excursion with your lunch packed. The park rangers will give you a briefing while they verify and check your day’s gorilla trekking permits.

The gorilla trekking certificate is a type of recognition that attests to your involvement in mountain gorilla tracking in Uganda’s Bwindi Forest National Park on a certain tracking day.

Note: The Bwindi Forest National Park’s conservation area manager and the executive director of the Uganda Wildlife Authority have both signed this.

Gorilla Trekking Certificate.


This certificate for gorilla trekking not only attests to your participation, but also supports your efforts and donations to the preservation and protection of the endangered mountain gorillas. A tiny portion of the gorilla permits fees that you paid to the Uganda Wildlife Authority is returned to the neighborhood through a revenue-sharing agreement to raise the living standards of those who reside in or surround Bwindi Forest National Park.


You will have a maximum of one hour to interact with the gorillas while meeting them in the bush. Your gorilla trekking day will end when you return to the Bwindi Forest National Park briefing point, where staff members from the Uganda Wildlife Authority will provide you with your gorilla trekking credentials.


The majority of clients have participated in gorilla trekking in Uganda, which is the most popular safari activity. For those with limited time, 3 days of gorilla trekking are worthwhile to take on and enjoy meeting the largest primates in the African forest.

Mother and Child Antelopes
  • Day 1: Airport pick.
  • Day 2: Transfer to Kibale National Park.
  • Day 3: Chimpanzee Tracking & Bigodi Swamp Tour.
  • Day 4: Transfer to Queen Elizabeth national park.
  • Day 5: Chimpanzee Tracking in Kyambura.
  • Day 6: Transfer to Bwindi National Park.
  • Day 7: Bwindi Gorilla Trekking.
  • Day 8: Depart for Kampala.

Activity highlights

  • Chimpanzee trekking Kibale and Bigodi Nature Walk
  • Queen Elizabeth Game drive and Kazinga boat cruise
  • Ishasha sector tree-climbing lion viewing
  • Mountain Gorilla tracking and Batwa pygmies cultural encounter
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