Rwanda Safaris- Gorilla Trekking Tours
A safari in Rwanda presents a rare opportunity for the modern traveler – the privilege and thrill of observing one of our closest relatives in the wild( mountain Gorillas in Volcanoes national park) and exploring a thriving rain forest ecosystem, both of which create an aura of adventure and discovery in Africa.
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Book your permit: Gorilla permits can be booked at Rwanda Development Board Reservation Office or via our email: email@example.com.
Costs for gorilla permits:
- USD $750 per person for non-nationals
- USD $375 for foreign residents
- 30,000 Frw for Rwandan citizens
The fees are inclusive of park entry fees.
There are several guidelines that Congo gorilla safaris kindly requests all visitors adhere by:
- To minimize possible transmission of human diseases, visitors are asked to maintain a distance of 7m (about 22 feet) from the gorillas. If you are sick with a cold, flu or other contagious illness, please do not visit the gorillas.
- Viewing time is limited to one hour.
- Maximum 8 visitors per group.
- Spitting in the park is strictly prohibited.
- Should you need to cough, cover your mouth and turn away from the gorillas.
- When with the gorillas, keep your voice low.
- Try not to make rapid movements that may frighten the gorillas.
- If a gorilla should charge or vocalize at you, do not be alarmed, stand still, look away from the gorilla and follow your guide’s directions.
- Do not litter.
- Tracking can be done by persons of age 16 and above.
Volcanoes National Park has ten families which are fully habituated and available for visits by the public.
- Susa — The largest group with 38 gorillas. They’re hardest to trek as they tend to range high into the mountains. They have rare 5 year old twins named Byishimo and Impano.
- Sabinyo— 17 members Sabyinyo is an easily accessible group led by the powerful silverback Guhonda.
- Amahoro — 19 gorillas, led by teh calm and easy going Ubumwe. To reach Amahoro it’s usually a fairly steep climb but it is well worth it!
- Agashya — (formerly known as Group 13) today it has 22 members - a very positive sign for conservation.
- Kwitonda— 23 members led by Akarevuro, originally habituated in DRC so they tend to range quite far making it a moderately difficult trek.
- Umubano —a family of 13, who broke off from Amahoro with leader, Charles,
- Hirwa —this group has 18 members and only fairly recently formed from former Group 13 and Sabyinyo family members. They are led by Munyinya.