Batwa Garama Cave Exploration in Mgahinga Gorilla National Park

Cave Exploration, Batwa Garama Cave Exploration Mgahinga Gorilla Park. Garama cave is 342 meters long and 14 meters deep several years ago, this cave was inhabited by the pygmy Batwa people whose warriors attacked their neighboring communities, but in the present day, it is inhabited by bats. The distance from the park headquarters to this cave entrance is approximately 3km, and the guide will give a history to visitors how these Batwa survived and even made attacks basing on this cave. There is a viewing platform 800m from the Park’s gate. Immediately visitors reach it, they’ll be paid back with splendid views of the Park as well as its surroundings and activity is free of charge since it does not need a guide. Additional information regarding this spot can be obtained from the display panels found at the hill-point.

Mgahinga gorilla national park

Mountain Gorilla trekking in Mgahinga Park: Mgahinga National Park has one (1) gorilla family that has been habituated for tracking purposes. This family is called Nyakigezi gorilla family consisting of 9 family members 2 silver backs, 3 adult females, 2 infants and 2 juveniles. Read More

golden monkey

Golden monkey tracking in Mgahinga Park: With the presence of this rare species of monkeys in abundance in this park, comes an opportunity to track and see these monkeys in their natural habitat. These monkeys are relatively easy to find since the habituate in lowland forests and hence. Read More

bird Watching

Bird Watching in Mgahinga Gorilla Park: Trek to the Rugezi Swamp, the bamboo forest or the Sanbinyo George for the best bird watching opportunities. The three to four hour Gorge Trail between Gahinga and Sabinyo can provide a spectacular sightings of the Bronze Sunbird. Read More

Batwa people in Mgahinga Gorilla Park

Cultural Encounters in Mgahinga Gorilla Park: For generations, Mgahinga’s dense forests were home to the indigenous Batwa: hunter-gatherers and fierce warriors who depended on the forest for shelter, food and medicine and the interesting Batwa Forest Trial is unique cultural trail. Read More

attractions- tourist activities

Hiking & Nature Walks in Mgahinga Gorilla Park: A hike through the forest to the deep Sabinyo Gorge – a massive gash in the flank of Mount Sabinyo – provides good birding opportunities and the chance to find the Rwenzori Turaco. This walk takes four hours, and passes through the Rugezi Swamp. Read More

Mountain/ Volcano Climbing

Mountain/ Volcano Climbing in Mgahinga Gorilla Park: A tough day’s hike will take you to the peaks of Muhavura; Gahinga or Sabinyo. All three volcanoes in this park can be climbed. Mountain Sabinyo which is, 3,669m high can take roughly eight hours to cover a distance. Read More

Mgahinga gorilla national park

Mountain Gorillas in Mgahinga Gorilla Park: Mgahinga is home to the habituated Nyakagezi gorilla group that can be visited while on a Uganda safari – a fairly nomadic bunch that has been known to cross the border into Rwanda and the Congo. The family includes the lead silverback. Read More

Mgahinga gorilla national park

Golden Monkey in Mgahinga Gorilla Park: This is a species of Old World monkey found in the Virunga volcanic mountains of Central Africa, including four national parks: Mgahinga, in south-west Uganda; Volcanoes, in north-west Rwanda; and Virunga and Kahuzi-Biéga, Read More

attractions

Virunga Volcanoes in Mgahinga Gorilla Park: The Virungas are a chain of eight volcanoes that dot the borders of Uganda, the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Rwanda. Most of these volcanoes are dormant, except Mount Nyiragongo 3,462 meters (11,358 ft.) and Mount. Read More

Batwa Garama Cave in Mgahinga Gorilla Park

Batwa Garama Cave in Mgahinga Gorilla Park: Some of the steep mountain slopes contain caves formed by lava tubes, one of them being the famous Garama Cave located near the park headquarters. This is a sacred place for the Batwa, and during the Batwa Trail you can discover. Read More

bird species in Mgahinga Park

Birds in Mgahinga Gorilla Park: Mgahinga national park has various species of the Albertine rift endemic birds and the common ones sited in this park include; Handsome francolin: This bird species has a dark reddish brown plumage, grey head, red legs and bills with a rufous grey under. Read More

wildlife

Wildlife at Mgahinga National Park Uganda: Other Wildlife, Mgahinga Gorilla National Park has 76 identified mammal species, although they are difficult to glimpse in the wild forest vegetation. They include giant forest hogs, bush pigs, forest buffaloes, elephants, bushbucks. Read More

Ntebeko Visitors’ Centre

Ntebeko Visitors’ Centre Images: The Visitor Centre at Ntebeko is the starting point for nature walks, volcanoes hiking, golden monkey and gorilla tracking and the short (4km) Batwa Trail. The trailhead of the long Batwa trail is at the base of Mt Muhavura. Exhibits inside the building. Read More

Batwa people in Mgahinga Gorilla Park

People and Culture in Mgahinga Gorilla Park: Within the confinements of Mgahinga National Park, are the Batwa or twa people or commonly referred to as pygmies because of their short sized heights, a fully grown Mutwa person has an average height of about 4 meters tall or even less. Read More

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