2 Days gorilla tracking safari

This safari will begin and end in Kigali Rwanda’s capital and its largest city; the journey will take you to the Northeastern part of Rwanda up to Volcanoes national park in Ruhengeri the Land of a Thousand Hills for gorilla tracking, the most rewarding activity done at the park

Detailed itinerary

Day 1 : Arrival
On arrival at Kanombe airport you will be welcomed and greeted by your safari tour guides who will get you briefed about the safari and then transfer you to the Hotel for refreshment, after you will embark on a 3-4 hours drive to Ruhengeri Volcanoes National Park with a beautiful view throughout for gorilla tracking. Volcanoes National Park is home of the few endangered mountain gorillas in the world with quite a number of elusive golden monkeys. Gorilla tracking activity is regarded as one of the most unforgettable moments on earth one should not miss.arrive in the late afternoon. Dinner and an overnight stay at Sabyinyo Silverback Lodge/ Gorillas view Hotel for luxury /Le bombou Lodge for midrange/Kinigi Guest House for budget

Day 2: Mountain gorilla tracking and departure

Begin your day off with a heavy breakfast at the lodge and then after, report to the park Headquarter to get briefed about gorilla tracking. Tracking these giant apes is regarded as the most thrilling and the most memorable moment on earth. The time you take to meet these giant gorillas is unpredictable it depends on their movements, so some levels of physical fitness is required. And it’s also recommended to carry with you packed lunch and bottled water, Light rain gear, strong boots, long khaki or jean trouser, non flash cameras among other. Gorillas may be found doing their daily activities such as mother feeding their young ones, playing, making beds among other activities, and Ounce gorillas are found you are strictly allowed to spend with them only one hour. After this magnificent moment with the gorillas you will return back to Kigali and then to Kanombe airport to meet your departure flight back home.
End of tour