5 Days Gorilla Trekking Rwanda
Gorilla trekking Rwanda tour and safari is for those that are looking for gorilla tracking and later extend to other countries like Uganda , Tanzania and Kenya as it allows you enough time to explore Easter Africa. It offers an opportunity to trek Rwanda Gorillas twice, trek golden monkeys and a visit to the grave of Diane Fossey.
In this five days gorilla adventure, we visit the volcanoes National park for a chance to encounter some of the few remaining mountain gorillas in the world. The experience is amazing!
Day 1: Arrival in Kigali
Airport pick up from Kigali and transfers to Volcanoes National Park Airport and depending on the time you could have a city tour of the small Kigali city that has a rich cultural and historical value.
Day 2: Transfer to Volcanoes National Park
Early morning if you did not have a chance at a city tour we could do one before continuing to Volcanoes National Park popularly known to the rest of the world as the first place where the American primatologist Dian Fossey first made studies of the mountain gorillas and brought their plight to the attention of the whole world.
Day 2: Gorilla Trekking, Parc National des Volcans
Early morning breakfast and we drive off to ORTPN offices for briefing after which will be led by a guide into the forest for a thrilling trek through the refined foothills of the Virungawhich provide spectacular views. The forest will enchant you with the beautiful songs of colorful birds that grace this forest, chattering of the rare golden monkey, and a range of forest animals like the elusive populations of buffalo and elephant. Spend a pleasurable hour with the mountain gorillas before returning to the lodge for a rest.
Day 4: Second gorilla trekking or golden monkey trekking
You can go gorilla trekking the second time or golden monkey trekking or dian Fossey’s grave and the former Karisoke research centre.
Day 5: Return to Kigali city
After breakfast drive back to Kigali depending on your flight time or plans you could go shopping in Kigali’s crafts markets.
End of the Safari