Rwanda Gorilla Trekking safari
Rwanda Gorilla Tours safari
The Virunga Mountains that straddle the borders of Rwanda, Uganda and the Democratic Republic of Congo, are home to around 480 mountain gorillas, more than half of the world’s entire population (the rest live in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest in Uganda). In Volcanoes National Park, the Rwandan part of the Virungas, ten gorilla groups are now habituated for gorilla safaris, more than anywhere else in the world.
5 Days Gorilla Trekking
Our 5 Days Gorilla Trekking safari which starts and ends in Kigali- Rwanda. One gorilla permit for Parc Nationale des Volcanoes is included in the cost but the other gorilla tracking’s require other permits to be paid at time of booking. Having a chance to see some of the last remaining 700 mountain gorillas in the world is a wonderful experience. It offers you an opportunity to track gorilla’s two times. Parc National des Volcanoes in Rwanda has five habituated gorilla families and tracking most groups in the afro-montane forest usually takes a few hours.
Gorilla Trekking when preparing for gorilla trekking in Rwanda to Volcanoes national park it’s very important to book your gorilla permit in advance months before the actual date of the Trip. We have compiled a list of the habituated gorilla families in Rwanda’ Volcanoes national park plus each family characteristics. There are 56 gorilla permits available for sale every day.
6 Days Gorilla Rwanda
Our 6 Days Gorilla Rwanda Gorilla and Chimp tracking Rwanda safari takes you through the best 2 National parks of Rwanda, which include Nyungwe National Park; a home to 13 primates species , and Volcanoes National Park, home of 360 Mountain Gorillas. Explore the Genocide Memorial Museum, Kimironko fruits markets, the old town of Nyamirambo, the new handicraft village and the Batwa pottery and dance center among others.
7 Days Gorilla Safari
In our 7 Days Rwanda Uganda Gorilla Treks you will go gorilla trekking in Bwindi national park of Uganda and volcanoes national park of Rwanda. Gorilla tracking is indeed the most wonderful wildlife experience in the African bush, search for gorillas in the thick forest/ slippery mountain slopes to get close to these gentle and giant animals. It is very wonderful when you finally close in and watch gorillas go about their life feeding and the acrobatic young seamlessly swing between tree branches! To the size of a mature gorilla, one would expect Gorillas to be violent animals but they are not. This wrong belief was changed by findings of dian fossey a famous gorilla girl who spent years researching about mountain gorillas in Uganda and Rwanda. You may also visit the dian fossey tombs on this tour.