Giraffe in Kidepo Valley, Uganda

Mar 23 2021 | Written by: YAS
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Uganda discounts primate passes through June 2021

The Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA) has discounted gorilla trekking prices through June 30, 2021. Foreign tourist prices are normally $700 but are currently on sale at $400 per person through the end of June 2021. For foreign residents, the price is $300. For East African community citizens (citizens of Kenya, Rwanda and Uganda) the price is around $75 USD.

Gorilla tracking is a primary activity in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park and Mgahinga National Park

Uganda slashes prices on park entrance fees

Bwindi entrance sign

Park entrance fees on many of Uganda’s top wildlife parks and game reserves are also heavily discounted through the end of Jun 2021.
Entrance fees are 50% off at most Ugandan national parks and reserves, incuding these top destinations:
Kibale National Park,
Kidepo Valley National Park
Lake Mburo National Park
Murchison Falls National Park,
Queen Elizabeth National Park, 
Semuliki National Park

There is talk that UWA may tend the discounted pricing throughout the end of 2021 but that remains to be seen. A complete list of tariffs on UWA’s website can be found here Uganda Wildlife Conservation Tariff July 2020 to June 2021.


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