Africa’s Most Accessible Gorilla Trekking

Rwanda’s unique environment and kind, welcoming people provide one-of-a-kind experiences. This is a country characterized by its impressive biodiversity, volcanoes, and highland rainforests that are home to the gorillas. Rarely experienced in isolation, a Rwanda gorilla trekking safari combines well with other East African destinations such as Uganda, Kenya or Tanzania.

There is more to green and hilly Rwanda than meets the eye: it is also home to the primate-filled Nyungwe Forest National Park, where boisterous chimpanzees frolic and the skies are filled with a myriad of birds. And in low lying eastern Rwanda, Akagera National Park offers big game viewing in a diverse savannah setting with safari heavyweights including lions and elephants. Here are some of our best reasons to go on a Rwanda safari:

 Soul Stirring Encounters with Mountain Gorillas & Wildlife

Gorilla trekking, Rwanda | Go2AfricaKigali Culture, Rwanda | Go2Africa

Gorilla trekking at Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund Campus, Rwanda | Go2AfricaSafari drive, Rwanda | Go2Africa

where to see mountain gorillas in Africa?

In the whole world, you can only see the mountain gorillas (Gorilla Berengei Berengei) in Uganda, Rwanda and Congo. In Rwanda, these primates can be seen in the Volcanoes National Park, Parc Nationale Des Volcans As of 2023, there are 10 mountain gorilla groups habituated making it 80 gorilla permits for visitors to Rwanda available every single day.  8 people per group can trek these endangered apes. With a gorilla permit costing US $ 1500 per person per trek, part of your contribution goes to conserving these mountain gorillas.

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