A 1 day gorilla trekking excursion takes you to Rwanda’s volcanoes national park, a home to the highest population of mountain gorillas in the Virunga conservation area.

  • Trip Summary

    Gorilla Tracking in Parc National des Volcans, Rwanda. Make sure you have secured your gorilla permit with your travel operator.

  • Trip Itinerary

    One Day Gorilla Tour
    Early morning at 04:30am our driver guide will pick you from the hotel or the airport and transfer you to the headquarters of volcanoes national park for briefing by the park rangers before trekking. At 8:30am hike into the forest in search of the allocated gorilla family with which you will spend an hour and then descend back to the starting point. The trekking time will vary from 30 minutes to 6 hours depending on the movement of mountain gorillas and where they spent the previous night. However on reaching the mountain gorillas, you will spend an hour observing their human like behaviors as well as taking photographs. Have lunch at Hotel Muhabura and then drive back to Kigali.

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