Bwindi National Park
As human civilization progresses, more and more animals are going in the extinct category. Many different species of animals have already disappeared from the world and now only remain in books and other records. Just like the dinosaurs, the future generations will never be able to witness certain species, which includes West African Black Rhinoceros, Tasmanian Tiger, Javan Tiger, and many others.
Losing natures mysterious yet alluring creatures is the loss of humanity. There are many more on the verge of joining the list of which, includes the Mountain Gorillas. The critically endangered species have reduced to approximately 900 in the entire world. Which means that the specie is endangered and will become extinct very soon, and we would be the last generations to witness these giant extinct species.
Mountain gorillas live in packs and generally have a very social relationship with other members of the group. They have a quite humble and stable nature, despite of their superior size and strength. The opportunity to see them from just a few feet away is an opportunity of lifetime and should not be missed. The intensity of witnessing such marvelous creations will simply leave you awe struck and intimidated by their sheer presence.
If you want to confront the lasting mountain gorillas, then contact one of our experienced agents for a personalized travel plan.