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Rwanda Gorilla Trekking Safari Tours, Wildlife Safaris in Rwanda

Rwanda Gorilla Trekking Safari Tours Volcanoes National Park, Wildlife Safaris in Rwanda’s Akagera and Nyungwe national parks

Rwanda Gorilla Safaris Tours, customized Gorilla trekking Safaris in Rwanda or Mountain Gorilla tours in Rwanda. Chimpanzee tracking, walking safaris, Rwanda African culture & mountain climbing adventure all in one gorilla safari in Rwanda. Gorilla safaris and tours in Rwanda are remarkable adventure once in a life time experiences that are offered solely in the destination Rwanda popularly known as the land of a thousand hills.

Rwanda seats on the central African Plateau dotted with impressive features that are of interest to Rwanda safari undertakers. The Rwanda gorilla safaris tours in Rwanda range from 1 day to over 10 days depending on the amount of time that a traveler has got at his/ her disposal.

The country’s diverse landscapes present a reason for prolonged visitor stay and extensive experience. The gorilla highlands of the North West adjoin the greater Virunga landscape which is a chain of eight (8) mountains and a home to 480 mountain gorillas that are critically endangered world over.

This area is protected by the Volcanoes National Park which is the sole base of gorilla trekking in Rwanda.

Considering its location, Volcanoes National Park can receive travellers from Kigali – Rwanda’s main gateway and the neighboring countries of Uganda and Democratic Republic of Congo. These neighboring states offer gorilla trekking activity as well but the world trekkers have always admired to trek both destinations to gain an all-round gorilla experience.

Besides the Volcanoes National Park itself, the Rwanda gorilla safaris tours extend to incorporate other areas of interest. These include; Lake Kivu with its magnificent beaches Islands facilitating recreation and boat ride, Nyungwe Forest National Park which is the largest montane forest in Rwanda with 200 tree species including begoins and orchids along with 13 primate species which include the Common Chimpanzees and the largest grouping of black and white colobus monkeys in Africa, Butare and Nyanza for museums and royal palace tour respectively, Kigali city for urban landscape and Gisozi genocide site and eventually Akagera National Park – the only protected savannah habitat in Rwanda with a myriad of wild game including lions, Buffaloes, Elephants, Maasai Giraffe, Leopards, Antelopes among others not forgetting an extensive protected wetland system in central Africa.