My spouse and I are considering a short trip to either Uganda and/or Rwanda in February 2013. We’re planning on 4 days/3 nights, which will give us 2 days of gorilla tracking. Is that enough time to ensure that we see gorillas? (I do realize that we are discussing wildlife and that sightings aren’t a certainty.) If it increases our chances of sightings, we can extend our trip an additional few days, perhaps changing locations to a different camp where we might have a chance to see a different family. I’m just concerned that we may not encounter any gorillas, even if we spend 8 days/7 nights at two different camps. Any suggestions/advice?
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