1 Day (Best) Rwanda Gorilla Tour in Volcanoes National Park
1 Day (Best) Rwanda Gorilla Tour takes you Gorilla Trekking in Volcanoes National Park on fixed schedule. 1 Day (Best) Rwanda Gorilla Tour is the best Tour to do in Rwanda.
Trip Overview of the 1 Day (Best) Rwanda Gorilla Safari
The 1 Day Rwanda Gorilla Trek takes you Mountain Gorilla Trekking in Rwanda at the stunning Volcanoes National Park located in Ruhengeri District which requires travelers to transfer for a period of 2 to 3 hours from the major City of Kigali.
The Park is prominently known to offer remarkable Mountain Gorilla Trekking Adventures to all travelers and the Gorilla Trekking Permit costs US $1500 Per person interested in tracking the majestic Gorillas in their natural forest vegetation habitat.
Detailed Itinerary of the 1 Day (Best) Rwanda Gorilla Safari
On arrival at the Kigali International Airport, you are welcomed, picked up by our experienced Company Driver Guide or representative who transfer you to the stunning Volcanoes National Park in Ruhengeri-Musanze District Rwanda.
On arrival at the Park, proceed to the park headquarters for briefing about Dos and Don'ts around the Mountain Gorillas then later in groups of 8 with a skilled park ranger guide, transfer into the forest to track the mighty giants in their natural forest vegetation habitat for 3-5 hours and when you meet them, only an hour is allowed to stay in their presence taking numerous photos to keep for memories.
You will find them doing their daily chores of feeding their young ones, climbing trees and others just relaxing. Take your best photographs having switched off your flash. This whole exercise takes a maximum of 1 hour and then return to the park offices for your gorilla tracking certificate.
- Full-day English Speaking Guide / Driver to take Care of You during the Day.(an expert local guide)
- Ground transportation in 4x4 Safari Van
- Gorilla permits at US $ 1500
- En-route lunches
- Mineral water on board
All expenses of personal nature like: Air fare, Rwanda Visa, drinks, laundry, tips to local guides, telephone, porter fee while trekking, personal insurance, personal shopping bills and cigarettes.