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Rwanda Safaris

Rwanda is famous for its gorilla trekking opportunities in the Virunga Mountains, The volcanic range which spans Rwanda, Uganda and the Democratic Republic of the Congo is home to the endangered mountain gorilla. Tracking gorillas in Rwanda is safe and relatively accessible.

After arriving at the capital city of Kigali, you are only a few hours’ drive away from Volcanoes National Park and its habituated but still wild gorilla families.

 

There are twelve gorilla families living in the Volcanoes National Park, which are fully habituated, with a few others habituated solely for scientific research. The groups, or troops, consist of at least one silverback along with several females and youngsters. Rarely experienced in isolation, a Rwandan gorilla safari combines well with other East African destinations in Uganda, Kenya or Tanzania. Lake Kivu is a gorgeous expanse of water surrounded by Rwanda’s gently rolling slopes; Rwandans call their home ‘the country of a thousand hills’ because of its landscape. Kivu is a great place to enjoy boating, hiking, kayaking and chimp trekking.

Rwanda is famous for its gorilla trekking opportunities in the Virunga Mountains, The volcanic range which spans Rwanda, Uganda and the Democratic Republic of the Congo is home to the endangered mountain gorilla. Tracking gorillas in Rwanda is safe and relatively accessible. After arriving at the capital city of Kigali, you are only a few hours’ drive away from Volcanoes National Park and its habituated but still wild gorilla families.

 

There are twelve gorilla families living in the Volcanoes National Park, which are fully habituated, with a few others habituated solely for scientific research. The groups, or troops, consist of at least one silverback along with several females and youngsters. Rarely experienced in isolation, a Rwandan gorilla safari combines well with other East African destinations in Uganda, Kenya or Tanzania. Lake Kivu is a gorgeous expanse of water surrounded by Rwanda’s gently rolling slopes; Rwandans call their home ‘the country of a thousand hills’ because of its landscape. Kivu is a great place to enjoy boating, hiking, kayaking and chimp trekking.

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