For those who have limited time in Rwanda (attending seminars, in transit or with a busy schedule) but don’t want to miss a life changing experience with the gorillas and other Rwanda attractions Or have Time and Need A special tour to be Organized for them according their needs here is One

A Baby Gorilla Playing in The Jungle

A Baby Gorilla Playing in The Jungle

Day1: Kigali – Bwindi National Park/Uganda –Pick you at Your hotel or Arrive at Kigali airport where you will be welcomed by our English/French speaking guide- short briefing- and transfer to the southern Bwindi National Park in EasternUganda part of this country. If time allows you will first visit Gisozi genocide memorial museum, later drive to southern Bwindi Impenetrable National Park (3 – 4hours). The journey goes through fantastic scenic views of majestic rolling hills that characterize much of Rwanda, enter Uganda through Chanika or Katuna boarder, proceed through beautiful scenic views in Kigezi Hills, famously known as the Switzerland of Africa, the 4hrs journey goes through rolling hills, winding roads and deep valleys, check in Gorilla Mist Camp / Gift of Nature lodge or Wagtail Eco-Safari camp, relax in the evening with breathtaking view of the forest. Accommodation: From Luxury, Mid Range, to Budget. Meals Plan: Dinner

Day 2: Gorilla Tracking in Uganda – Back to Kigali We will wake-up early for breakfast, drive to pack headquarters (with packed lunch and water) for a 30 minutes briefing about the ‘Dos’ and ‘Don’ts’ while with gorillas. Thereafter, join your trackers and head up the slopes of the Forest to visit one of the habituated groups of gorillas. Only eight people are able to track each habituated group. The trek is quite strenuous, so you should be able to hike for 2-6 hours on steep mountain trails. Sight and stay with gorillas is for 1 hour. Sitting with the mountain gorilla is one of the most amazing wildlife experiences you will ever have. A dominant male silverback can weigh over 200 kilos and is the largest living primate. He will control our meeting as well as deciding when his group will eat, sleep and move on. His females care for their young with affection and playfulness but also with discipline. They are very curious, and are capable of making over 25 different vocalizations, including chuckling and purring. Communication also includes posturing, chest beating and if all else fails – the charge! The privilege of spending an hour with this family group is an experience that will never leave you. After your hour is up, you wind your way slowly out of the forest and back to the camp to swap stories about your amazing experience.
For the gorilla trek please bring walking boots, or waterproof trainers and socks. You need to wear long pants whilst walking in the bush due to stinging nettles. Layers are best, as conditions in the tropical rain forest can change from hot to wet and cold in an instant. Start
with a long sleeved t-shirt and long pants thick socks and boots, add a fleece and rainproof jacket and you should be right for all conditions. Return to the lodge and hit the road back to Kigali where the tour ends. Meals Plan: Half Board. END OF THE TOUR

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