1 Day Rwanda Gorilla Tour a Short Quick Trekking From Kigali

So with our 1 Day Rwanda Gorilla Tour a Short Quick trek from Kigali, You ultimately win an amazing opportunity to visit the Gorillas of the Volcanoes National Park in the Republic of Rwanda Country.

We will drive early in the Morning at 4:00 am we head to the Volcanoes Gorilla National Park found northwest of Rwanda. This is the only way you can see the gorillas given you are in Rwanda for an extremely restricted time.

1 Day Rwanda Gorilla Tour a Short Quick Trekking From KigaliThe 1-Day Rwanda Gorilla Trekking Tour – Short Trip From Kigali Schedule.

At 4:30 am this early, our driver will pick you up from your hotel with a stuffed breakfast. Drive 116 km to Volcanoes National Park for about 4 hours or less on the Road and arrive on time.

At the park, set up for a briefing; your guide will help in organizing a gorilla family group that you will visit that day. Get assigned to your Park Head Ranger/Guide, and then enter the Jungle to look for the Mountain Gorillas.

With your Range/guide, be in a position to ask various questions to a particular gorilla family to visit. Guests of 8 individuals go to a particular family. Gorilla Tracking or Trekking takes between 1 to 8 hours on a single day relying upon the development of the Gorillas.

After locating them, you will have 1 hour to watch them Eat, Play, Move, and all sorts. Afterward, the Ranger will lead your way back out from the Mountains or Forests to the Reception for your succession graduation.

Here you will be certified for having taken the opportunity to Track the Might Gorillas in Rwanda. Then your driver will move you back to Kigali to your Hotel this Evening marking the End of our 1-day Excursion to the Mountain Gorillas.

End of Gorilla Trekking Tour of  Rwanda

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What is remembered for the 1 Day Rwanda Gorilla Tour

  • Air terminal Exchanges
  • Filtered water
  • Gorilla Traveling License
  • Filtered water
  • Experienced English-speaking Driver
  • 4X4 Safari Vehicle for Transportation

What is avoided in the Safari: Visas, Tips for Driver and Aides, Trinkets, Protection, Air tickets, Beverages from the Convenience, and Clothing.