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Stian Haugland
Stian Haugland Have anyone joined this trip yet? I am tempted to join as I'm also looking for someone who wants to travel for a while.
Stian Haugland
Stian Haugland Could I get some more information about this trip?
Akmall Arief
Akmall Arief Maybe you could try visit Malaysia. Nice country.
Trip | Travel Everywhere
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8 months ago
Mvaldes
Mvaldes I would meet you in San Diego and go through western states with you for about a week
shegzyvic
shegzyvic i am so much interested in partnering with you. so how do we hook up or meet? send me a mail to shegzyvic@ymail.com to discuss more about this
Trip | RTW
Travel Forum
4 years ago
Tatiana
Tatiana Hello :) I'm a 27 year old portuguese girl living in France I am also aiming to travelling for some months starting January 2017. And would love some company. (: I still don't have anything defined but your plan sounds great.
munyirwa osman
munyirwa osman Hello everyone. when you get to East Africa,i am avaliable to help you out. i am in uganda and there are alot of beautiful natural wildlife activities to do.
munyirwa osman

munyirwa osman Hello everyone
I am munyirwa osman a guide in Uganda in Africa.i would you guys do a gorilla trip in Uganda. its really interesting and affordable.below is the itinerary. check it out and tell me you views

3 Days/2 Nights

Day One
An early morning start from Kampala takes you southwest and across the Equator. You drive through savannah grasslands seeing banana plantations and herds of Ankole cattle with their incredibly long curving horns. You then ascend into the Kigezi highlands, known as the "Switzerland of Africa", with terraced farming and mountain scenery. Drive through to Bwindi (ten hour drive).

Day Two
After an early breakfast and a briefing by a ranger guide, enter the gorilla sanctuary for your adventure. The beauty of this rain forest is spectacular. The area offers dramatic steeply forested landscape and is incredibly dense, but criss-crossed by numerous animal trails allowing access to tourists. The time taken and the terrain vary with the movements of these great primates. The thrill of spending time observing these gentle and endangered giants is an awesome, exciting experience to be long savored. Many find it to be a rare and moving opportunity.

Day Three
This morning, end your stay in the "Land of the Mountain Gorillas" and depart with great memories of the moments spent with the fascinating Mountain Gorillas. Transfer back to Kampala with lunch en-route.

END OF TOUR

Trip | Gap Year Travel
Travel Forum
11 months ago
Renier
Renier Hi, how much does the 3 days cost?
11 months ago
munyirwa osman
munyirwa osman Hello Renier,sorry i took long to get back to you but let me take this chance to answer your question. for a 3days trip to the mountain gorillas in Bwindi impentrable forests will depend on the number of people you are but below is a simple tariff per head in USD; BUDGET TRIP 1person-$1870 2people-$1360 3people-$1215 4people-$1145 5people-$1100 The tariffs above are for budget trip but i also have for mid luxury. for more information,you can email at osmunyirwa@gmail.com thanks
11 months ago
ladyju02
ladyju02 Hi! I'm taking a gap year in 2017. Check my trip and let me know if interested! Looking forward to hear from you! :) http://globetrooper.com/rtw-trip-of-a-lifetime-2017
Trip | Gap Year Travel
Travel Forum
11 months ago
Lourdes
Lourdes Hi!! I'd love to do it! But I can't until late 2017.. I'm only 18 and I've to work first.. If you like I'm available
Rhiannon
Rhiannon Me too I'd love to sail around the word on a gap year but can only start around August this year. I'm planning to start off in Australia
11 months ago
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