Rwanda Gorilla Safaris
The national parks of Rwanda boast a wide variety of wildlife. The most popular of them is definitely Parc National des Volcans, where trekkers from all over the world go to track the endangered Mountain Gorillas. Parc National des Volcans is home to the world’s largest number of mountain gorillas. They live in a protected area, free from poachers and are viewed in their natural habitat at a fairly close range.
We organise a wide range of tailor made wildlife safaris and Gorilla tracking safaris in Rwanda and we welcome you to join us on one of these life changing journeys. Gorilla tracking is a once in a lifetime adventure and can be done as an extension either at the beginning or at the end of your Kenya or Tanzania safari. Various carriers operate daily scheduled flights between Nairobi and Kigali, making it easy and comfortable to combine your Gorilla tracking in Rwanda with a safari or beach holiday in Kenya or Tanzania.
Take four days to experience the wonder of tracking endangered gorilla's in their natural habitat.
This rare and unique opportunity allows you to get up-close and personal with some of the most spectacular creatures in the world, whilst all the time being surrounded by the paradise that is the landscape of Rwanda, otherwise known as 'the land of a thousand hills'.
Rwanda is renowned for the opportunity it gives travellers to come face to face with primates in their natural habitat.
The 5 day primate safari allows you to make the most of these opportunities, and see up to 13 species of primate in the wild. This includes the endangered gorilla, who you will track through the Rwandan rainforest and spend up to an hour observing.
With less than 2,500 gorillas left living in the wild today, this rare chance is the ultimate wildlife experience which truly takes you back to nature in its rawest form.
With less than 2,500 gorilla's living in thew wild today, here is a unique opportunity to trek through the Rwandan rainforest and spend some time with these majestic creatures.
The beauty of the 4 day connoisseur tour means that at the end of a long day tracking these endangered creatures, you will be able to sit back and relax in pure luxury, with the best food and accommodation that Rwanda has to offer.