Rwanda and Uganda are mostly well-known as Gorilla Safaris destinations in the world. Combined with other wildlife destinations provides an all round experience for your Adventure. However Democratic Republic of Congo also is recovering from the civil wars that have long been a threat to Gorilla Tracking. Below are some of the most commonly requested safari Packages with in Rwanda and Uganda that include Gorilla Safaris in them.
Gorilla Safaris Packages
This 10 days safari starts and ends in Kampala. It involves going to Lake Mburo National Park to carry out game drives and boat rides on Lake Mburo. You will visit Bwindi Impenetrable Forest for gorilla trekking, drive to Queen Elizabeth National Park for game viewing and launch cruise, head to Kibale Forest which is […]
Safari Overview This 6 days Gorilla and wildlife safari will first take you to Queen Elizabeth for game viewing and launch cruise on the Kazinga Channel, gorilla tracking in the southern part of Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, hike Mount Sabinyo and later proceed to Lake Bunyonyi for a relaxation before returning to Kampala. Day 1: Transfer […]
This safari starts in Rwanda and ends in Uganda. It involves gorilla trekking in Volcanoes National Park, cross the Rwanda-Uganda border to bwindi Impenetrable Forest for another gorilla trekking but this time in Uganda, game viewing and launch cruising on the Kazinga Channel in Queen Elizabeth National Park.
This safari starts and ends in Uganda. First, you will visit Murchsion Falls National Park for a Nile cruise and game drives in the park, head to Kibale Forest National Park for chimpanzee tracking and swamp walk at the Bigodi Wetland Sanctuary, en-route to Queen Elizabeth National Park for game viewing and launch cruise on […]
This 4 day Gorilla Trek and Lake Kivu Safari starts and ends in Kigali. It involves visit Volcanoes National Park in Rwanda for gorilla trekking. The scenery in the shadow of the volcanoes is one of the most breathtaking in Africa. Later, head to Gisenyi and relax at the shores of Lake Kivu.
Safari Overview This 5 days gorilla and chimpanzee safari will take you to Bwindi Impenetrable Forest for gorilla trekking. The park is well known as a habitat for mountain gorillas. Later, drive to Kibale Forest to carry out chimpanzee tracking and swamp walk in Bigodi Wetland. Day 1: Depart for Bwindi Impenetrable National Park Day […]
This 5 days Bwindi and Queen Elizabeth safari starts and ends in Kampala. It involves heading to Bwindi Impenetrable Forest for gorilla trekking, later drive to Queen Elizabeth National Park for game viewing and launch cruising on the Kazinga Channel. Day 1: Transfer to Bwindi Impenetrable Forest Day 2: Gorilla trekking Day 3: Depart to […]
Safari Overview The 3 days Gorilla safari in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest starts and ends in Kampala. This safari will involve gorilla trekking in the park. Bwindi Impenetrable Forest is a home for mountain gorillas. Day 1: Depart for Bwindi Impenetrable National Park Day 2: Gorilla trekking Day 3: Drive back to Kampala Detailed Itinerary […]
This 6 day Rwanda Gorilla and Chimpanzee Safari starts and ends in Kigali. It involves visiting Volcanoes National Park in Rwanda for gorilla trekking. The scenery in the shadow of the volcanoes is one of the most breathtaking in Africa. You will visit Lake Kivu for relaxation and Nyungwe Forest National Park for chimpanzee tracking
The 5 day Gorilla and Chimpanzee Safari starts and ends from Kigali visiting mountain Gorillas in Rwanda’s Volcanoes National Park where the unforgettable scenery in the shadow of the volcanoes after which you will head to Nyungwe Forest National Park for chimpanzee tracking after which you will have time to relax at Nyungwe Forest Lodge […]
This 4 day Gorilla Trek and Dian Fossey Grave Hike Safari starts and ends in Kigali. It involves visit Volcanoes National Park in Rwanda for gorilla trekking. The scenery in the shadow of the volcanoes is one of the most breathtaking in Africa. On the 3 day, you will carry out The Dian Fossey grave […]
This 13 days Rwanda Classic Safari starts and ends in Kigali. It involves visiting Volcanoes National Park in Rwanda for gorilla trekking and golden monkey tracking. The scenery in the shadow of the volcanoes is one of the most breathtaking in Africa. You will visit Nyungwe Forest National Park for chimpanzee tracking and game viewing […]
Gorilla tracking is the major tourist activity done at Volcanoes National Park and it’s regarded as the most breathtaking activity one should not miss. The park hosts over 370 species of these giant apes and tracking gears are recommended such as long sleeved shirts or blouses, cameras, strong boots, walking stick will be provided to you in case interested among others.
Golden monkey tracking
Not only gorillas but also other primates species such as the golden monkey shall be tracked out in case you take a trip to this park. Golden monkeys are the most elusive and beautiful monkeys in the world.
The Park also gives visitors an opportunity to climb mountains especially those who are physically fit mountains such as Kalisimbi, Sabyinyo, Muhabura, Gahinga and Bisoke. It can take one to two days to climb one of these Virunga Mountain. Perhaps it’s regarded as one of the most exciting and memorable experience on earth, finding your self at the top of the mountain is thus breathtaking and it needs one not to miss visiting this wonderful park in the East and Central Africa.
Visiting Dian Fossy Tombs:
This is another activity thought of in case one takes a visit at Volcanoes National Park. Dian Fossy was a prominent researcher who carried out research on the life and behaviors of gorillas for a period of a bout 18 years, and she was against the massive killing of gorillas by the poachers, although her works was made to an end she still respected in the history of Rwanda. She was murdered by the poachers who where against her works.
Local Community Visiting:
Community walks can also be organized incase one takes a trip to volcanoes National Park. This is so interesting because you are going to learn more about people’s culture, enjoy their traditional dance, how they make fire, how women make weaves, and hunting skills among other
Rwanda National Parks
The park is part of the Virunga Conservation Area and covers more than 125 km².PNV is home of five Virunga volcanoes: Sabyinyo (3.674 m), Gahinga (3.474 m), Bisoke (3711 m), Muhabura (4.127 m), and the Karisimbi, the highest volcano with an altitude of 4.507 m. All five volcanoes on the Rwandan side are extinct. The […]
Swamps and lakes characterise the Akagera River which lies at low altitude on the border with Tanzania. This part of Rwanda could hardly be any different to the verdant green hills so common across the rest of the country. The river meanders through marshes and bodies of water forming this remotest source of the Nile […]
The most ancient montane forest in East or Central Africa characterises this 1000 sq km park. This has allowed a range of floral diversity of great depth, with more than 200 species of trees and many flowering plants including the giant lobelia and a number of orchid varieties. The main drive for visiting the […]