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Gorilla Trekking Safari

During the 8 Days Rwanda Gorilla Trekking Safari you will start the safari adventure in Rwanda through the assistance of our expert guidance team from the departure of Kigali by visiting the historical sites of the main road Kammerer’s rock. After breakfast, the next destination is the Nyungwe Forest National Park for the chimps trekking. Other destinations serially visited by the tourist as Ruhengeri, Banana and Sorghum beer production, and farewell Kigali.

Gorilla Trekking in Bwindi

Although gorilla viewing is possible year-round in Bwindi, the ideal time to see gorillas in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park is during the dry/peak season. The drier months of December through February and June through August are when the peak season occurs. It rains from March through May and from October through November. The thick undergrowth and muddy pathways make tracking gorillas during the rainy season more difficult. Visitors shouldn't be deterred from scheduling tours during the wet season, either. There are discounts for gorilla permits during the rainy/low season. Additionally, the park is less crowded, giving tourists more time with the gorillas. The fact that Bwindi is a rain forest should not be overlooked. Rain should be anticipated at all

Gorilla Trekking in Mgahinga

The smallest national park in Uganda is Mgahinga Gorilla National Park, which is situated 510 kilometers from Kampala, the country's capital, in the southwest of the country. The park is a part of the northeastern Virunga Volcano conservation area, which extends into Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Many Uganda safaris and trips visit Mgahinga Gorilla National Park for gorilla trekking, which is highly popular.

In Mgahinga Gorilla National Park, the Nyakagezi Gorilla Family is the only gorilla family that may be visited under close supervision. Groups of up to 8 persons may visit the habituated gorillas when they are led by a ranger guide. The distance the gorillas are from the starting point determines how long a typical gorilla trekking session lasts in Mgahinga Gorilla National Park.


Detailed 8 Days Rwanda Gorilla Trekking Safari

Day 1: Transfer to Nyungwe

Depart from Kigali; en-route visit some historical sites on the main road like Kammerer’s rock etc. Check in the hotel and refresh before you go for a late afternoon drive at the tea plantations to see some pri-mates.

Overnight at Gisakura Guest house.

Day 2: Nyungwe Forest National Park

Early breakfast (4:45am); then drive to the chimp trekking point. After trekking, drive to Rusizi – check in and have lunch at the hotel. Some time to relax after trekking chimps.

Overnight at Hotel du Lac.

Day 3: Kibuye: Transfer to Kibuye; visit

Napoleon’s hut and Amahoro “Peace” Islands – Enjoy fried Kivu fish and potatoes on the island plus some cold drinks of your choice. Swimming is optional to any interested member/guest.

Overnight at Bethane Hotel.

Day 4: Ruhengeri

Transfer to Ruhengeri. En-route visit the twin lakes.

Overnight at recommended hotel.

Day 5: Volcanoes National Park

Early breakfast (5:30am); – start gorilla trekking procedures at 6:30am at the park headquarters. After gorilla trekking, refresh and drive to Kinigi cultural village to enjoy the Batwa dance.

Overnight at recom-mended hotel.

Day 6: Banana and Sorghum beer production

Banana and sorghum are some of our staple Food products in Rwanda and they are used in different ways food, local beer/drinks and very important in the cultural practices most especially during our traditional wedding’s ceremonies, settling of disputes between community members, bonding relationship between different families etc.

It hosts Guinea-Congo biome species in its lowland forest. The species to look out for include the Congo serpent-eagle, long-tailed hawk, African piculet, Maxwell’s black weaver, blue-billed malimbe, yellow-throated nicator, black dwarf hornbill, Nkulengu rail, piping hornbill, yellow-throated cuckoo, dwarf honeyguide, orange weaver, white-crested hornbill, red-billed dwarf hornbill, black-watt led hornbill, lyre-tailed honeyguide, capuchin babbler and swamp palm bulbul.

Drive around Gisenyi town as we head to Rubona fishing village to experience the lifestyle of fishermen and also watch the hot springs. Swimming is optional in the lake.

Overnight at Parades Ma-lahide Hotel.

Day 7: Farewell – Kigali

Transfer to Kigali – enroute do shopping. Check Caplaki market for more souvenirs.

Dinner at Republica restaurant.

Day 8: Depart Rwanda

Transfer to the airport and depart Rwanda.