I have read many postings on this site recommending people to buy at least 2 permits - is that because there is a good chance you won't see any gorillas in one viewing? I definitely can't afford two permits, so I am wondering if I should just save gorilla viewing for a more prosperous future date. I would hate to spend the hundreds of dollars to get all the way there if there's a good chance I won't see anything. Thanks!
Gorrilla tour question
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