Africa’s Most Accessible Gorilla Trekking
Rarely experienced in isolation, a Rwandan gorilla safari combines well with other East African destinations in Uganda, Kenya or Tanzania but 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 there are chimpanzees and fantastic bird.
Why Travel To Rwanda
Rwanda has three main wildlife destinations, Volcanoes National Park, Nyungwe Forest National Park and Akagera National Park, each of which host a quite different fauna to the others.
Birdwatching aside, wildlife viewing opportunities outside these national parks are limited.
The Wildlife of Rwanda
Volcanoes National Park is best known for its population of hundred mountain gorillas. This includes a dozen habituated for which a total of 96 tracking permits are issued daily.
Other wildlife includes the golden monkey, elephant, buffalo, giant forest hog, bushpig, bushbuck, and black-fronted duiker. Around 200 bird species , a list that includes at least 16 and lbertine Rift Endemics.
Tour and Safaris
Explore the Thrilling Land of Gorillas
A gorilla trek is electrifying. Hiking through lushly sloping hills and spotting a gorilla peeking out from the bush, or happening upon a mother watching over her babies is a once-in-a-lifetime experience that changes you forever.