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South-African-Journey, we welcome you to Uganda and Rwanda for mountain gorilla safari trips. Our packages are suited for both the luxury and budget traveler to Africa. We tailor your safari to see the gorillas to suit your number of days, accommodation preference and something else that you would like to see or do besides the Mountain gorillas. #moodelite, #luxury travel, #moodelitetravel, #MoodeliteDestinationAfrica  #Rwandagorillas #Africa.

A western lowland gorilla crosses a stream in the Dzanga-Sangha Dense Forest Reserve in the Central African Republic

Familia de gorilas de montaña (Congo)

La violencia del Congo amenaza al gorila de montaña

Silver-back Mountain Gorilla in Rwanda, with little baby. Silver-back is a term used for adult male Gorillas of all their species.

Silver-back Mountain Gorilla in Rwanda, with little baby. Silver-back is a term used for adult male Gorillas of all their species.

This is Guhonda photographed by me in November 2012. He is the largest silverback of the mountain gorillas at present and heads the Sabyinyo group in Rwanda

Captain: "I guess I'll pose for this picture." This is Guhonda photographed by me in November He is the largest silverback of the mountain gorillas at present and heads the Sabyinyo group in Rwanda

Silverback Mountain Gorilla, Volcanoes Mountain Gorilla, Rwanda, by Logan Boon

Silverback Mountain Gorilla, Volcanoes Mountain Gorilla, Rwanda, by Logan Boon

Mountain Gorilla - Africa This gentle giant (by nature shy and non-agressive) weighs up to 450 lbs., and are afraid of water and dislike rain. Listed as critically endangered, with fewer than 400 left. Decline in numbers due to: HUMANS poaching-killed by traps set for other animals, infant gorillas abducted for illegal selling to zoos or as pets. Often the mother is also killed; loss of habitat; disease- tourists transmit diseases from humans to gorilla; use of gorillas for meat; and land…

Mountain Gorilla - Africa This gentle giant (by nature shy and non-agressive) weighs up to 450 lbs., and are afraid of water and dislike rain. Listed as critically endangered, with fewer than 400 left. Decline in numbers due to: HUMANS poaching-killed by traps set for other animals, infant gorillas abducted for illegal selling to zoos or as pets. Often the mother is also killed; loss of habitat; disease- tourists transmit diseases from humans to gorilla; use of gorillas for meat; and land…

In the jungles of Bwindi Impenetrable Forest live half the world's population of highly endangered Mountain Gorillas

In the jungles of Bwindi Impenetrable Forest live half the world's population of highly endangered Mountain Gorillas

Gorillas in the wild Uganda

Is budget travel all that matters?

Budget travel is on the minds of all backpackers. How to get the best travel deals. But is budget travel all that matters? What about priceless travel memories?

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