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Expert tour operator help to discern unique gorilla trekking and safari experience in Rwanda

by Mukanirwa Joseph Noellard BAMBA TOURS

Watching gorillas from very close is an excellent wildlife experience of a lifetime! If you are interested in watching these endangered primate in their natural habitat, Rwanda offers the best locations for Gorilla trekking. Most Rwanda gorilla tour operators offered different prices with both cheap and luxury options. It depends on accommodation, vehicle, season and running costs of the gorilla trekking tour.  Relying on an expert travel operator let you find the unique gorilla trekking and safari experience worth of time and money you spent.


Rwanda offers some of the best gorilla trekking safaris with over half of the remaining mountain gorilla population on the planet. There will no surprise that the majority of travelers visit Rwanda attracted to track and observe our highly endangered ancient cousins. Most experienced travel operators offers gorilla trekking in Rwanda perfectly tailored to fit your interests. They surely immerse you with exceptional gorilla trekking and game viewing experience across Rwanda.

 

Basic information


Before going for a Rwanda gorilla safaris or trekking one should know some basic information for making their journey as comfortable as possible. Normally the gorilla trekking in Rwanda lasts between 2 and 5 hours depending on the location of the gorilla family. The tour guides know the perfect place for a close encounter with the Mountain Gorillas. There are ten Mountain Gorilla families live in the Virunga Volcanoes lush slop.  Authority approves a maximum of eight visitors to visit each gorilla family per day. Therefore, it is important to book gorilla permits as early as possible!  Once you reach the gorillas you are permitted to stay for one hour to stay with them. The traveler's age limit is restricted to 15 years and the permit might cost about USD$ 1500 per person per gorilla trekking in Rwanda.

 

Place to stay


Variety of safari accommodation can be found in Rwanda and majority would be safari lodges or camps. People like to go for gorilla trekking can stay in several scenic lodges at best safari locations to start the Gorilla treks. These lodges are of the high standard to give you better relaxation. It is wise to reserve all your accommodation in advance as possible so that you will not be in trouble at the time of your journey.

 

What to see


Tour operators offer the perfect location for gorilla trekking or safari in Rwanda for those interested in seeing the Mountain Gorilla in its natural habitat.  Rwanda is also outstanding for primates, including the fun-loving Sykes monkey, the Golden Monkey and the boisterous chimpanzee in the Nyungwe Forest. The English-speaking guides are remarkable that lead you to meet your Rwanda gorilla safari dream in a better way.

 

Conclusion


Rwanda is a wonderful travel destination for groups or families. For over many decade tour and travel management companies have been fulfilling traveler’s gorilla safari dreams come true. They offer some of the magical moments characterized by gorilla trekking in the beautiful wilderness of Rwanda. The gorilla trekking in Rwanda ranges from 1 to 24 days for a unique travel experience this country has to offer. They have compiled with the complete Rwanda gorilla safaris package including the expert guide for some of the best primate tracking on the planet. Chat with a travel specialist to help create a personalized journey for you.

 

This article is written by Bamba Tours – is a responsible travel management company comprises of professional, passionate and knowledgeable staffs that advise with adequate knowledge to fulfill your gorilla trekking desire to the best!


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About Mukanirwa Joseph Noellard Junior   BAMBA TOURS

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