2 Days Rwanda Gorilla Tour
On this 2 Days Rwanda Gorilla Tour , you’ll go to Rwanda’s Volcanoes National Park for an unforgettable gorilla trekking adventure. This national park in Rwanda is home to multiple gorilla families with sustainable populations as well as other primates, making it a great location for a gorilla trekking expedition.
2 Days Rwanda Gorilla Tour Overview.
This two-day gorilla safari offers a fascinating quick trip to Rwanda’s Volcanoes National Park. The package includes gorilla tracking permits and luxurious lodging options.
Day 1: Kigali-Volcanoes National Park.
Arrive at Kigali Airport, meet your driver/guide, and then board the safari vehicle to begin your Rwanda Gorilla tour. On route, stop at the Kigali Genocide Memorial to learn about the devastating killing that took place there between Hutu and Tutsi. After Travel to Ruhengeri after lunch and check into Mountain Gorilla View Lodge, Virunga Safari Lodge, or Laplame Hotel for supper and an overnight stay. Lunch schedule: H/B
Day 2: Rwanda Gorilla Tracking-Kigali
Have breakfast, then travel to the park headquarters to receive a briefing on the mountain gorillas and the volcanoes. Next, trek through the rain forest until you come across the primates. When you do, take unforgettable photos and videos. Next, enjoy your packed lunch. Finally, after the one hour you are permitted to spend with the primates, return to the park offices to pick up your certificate for going gorilla trekking.
Your driver/guide will be waiting to transport you back to Kigali, drop you off at your accommodation there, or take you to the airport so you can catch your flight home with fond memories of this 2-day Rwanda gorilla trek excursion!
This package can be completed at any time of the year and is ideal for people with limited time. Yet, because it is extremely quickly and energy-intensive, it is not advised for the elderly. The bundle is also available in budget, mid-range, and luxury price points.
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