Although chimps are our closest cousins on the planet, gorillas resemble humans in even more ways. Mountain Gorillas’ hands and feet are identical to those of humans; they can walk like us and spend most of their time on the ground. We share about 96% of our DNA with mountain gorillas!
Mountain gorillas use at least 20 distinct vocalizations and meanings to express their emotions, which range from envy to shame, loving and loathing.
The Silverback beats on the chest to express his strength or threaten others in the family, and this may be the sole type of communication that is not frequent among humans.
Mountain gorillas are calm, peaceful, and loving creatures.
Mountain gorillas have highly stunning appearances and rarely show violence. If the gorillas are assaulted, they work together to defeat the enemy. They rarely fight, and when they do, it is usually between the heads of rival clans.
our Uganda Gorilla safaris are designed to help you visit gorillas and learn more about how their behavior relates closely with that of human beings.
Our Uganda trekking safaris gorilla safaris are designed to help you physically interact with the Uganda Gorillas on any gorilla tour published on this website.
We can also tailor make your Uganda gorilla safari to bring out your expectation on a typical gorilla trekking tour in Uganda. Please let us know, we shall be happy to serve you.