The Mountain Gorillas of Virunga National Park

The world’s entire population of endangered mountain gorillas live only in the Virunga Massif and Bwindi, which spans parts of Democratic Republic of the Congo, Uganda, and Rwanda. Virunga National Park is home to around a third of those gorillas, which reside in the dense forests on the lush slopes of the Virunga volcanoes.

  • Mountain Gorilla Facts

    Discover what observation and conservation efforts have revealed about this treasured, yet endangered great ape.

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  • Conservation

    Learn more about the threats Virunga’s mountain gorillas face and what’s being done to protect them from harm.

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  • Gorilla Orphans

    Senkwekwe is the world’s only centre for orphaned mountain gorillas, helping to deal with one of the most heartbreaking consequences of poaching.

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  • Gorilla T-Shirts

    Explore our collection of t-shirts, jumpers and accessories. Proceeds from sales support our vital conservation efforts.

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  • Mountain Gorilla Prints

    Take a piece of Virunga home with you. Prints from passionate and renowned photographers.

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  • Adopt A Gorilla

    Help care for the orphan gorillas of Senkwekwe as well as the wild mountain gorillas that call Virunga their home.

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