In a misty forest you stop and stare. A wild mountain gorilla stares back. She waves her arms, shows her teeth. It’s her way of welcoming you, her way of making sure you don’t get too close.
Slowly the troop comes into view. A silverback. Two infants swinging in the trees. Another ten gorillas. Where do you look? For a whole hour you are at one with these wild mountain gorillas, the largest of all primates, just 1000 of them in the world.
This is the most intimate, most memorable wildlife experience of all. There are many nuances to know about, so we recommend you get in touch for some personalised advice.