Mountain Gorilla Tracking & Trekking – Rwanda Mountain Gorilla Tracking How Gorilla trekking is Done
Literally interpreted as following in the footsteps of Mountain gorillas, Mountain gorilla tracking is the activity of following mountain gorillas until you come across them.The activity involves walking up to when the gorilla family was last sighted yesterday which will give the gorilla trackers the clear picture of the direction of mountain gorillas. Upon reaching their last night’s shelter, gorilla trackers follows these critically endangered apes in their footsteps as they have been foraging until trackers come close to them for a direct encounter.
The activity commences at 8am in Rwanda and Uganda with short briefing from the park warden or the representative to give a highlight of the whole activity before heading to the mist in search of these critically endangered mountain gorillas which can stretch for 2 – 8 hours depending on the gorilla movements.
Mountain Gorilla Trekking
Trekking mountain gorillas is one of those rewarding encounters that you can ever undertake during your journey time. Mountain gorillas dwell in the raised landscapes of Virunga Volcanoes where 480 are recorded and in the rugged landscapes of Bwindi impenetrable forest Uganda where other 400 are recorded to exist.
The nature of the mountain gorilla habitat pose an ideal ground for active treks that takes the gorilla trekkers through dense forests marked by thicket and shrub not forgetting thick undergrowth that forces the trekkers to carry pangas to clear ways through which mountain gorillas can be reached.
The activity involves traversing these landscapes hiking up the hills, descending down the valleys and trekking through the rocky areas in search of the precious Mountain gorillas. It starts at 8am in both Uganda and Rwanda with short briefing about the whole event which may last between 2 – 8 hours.
The mountain gorilla trekking does not only expose you to the critically endangered mountain gorillas alone but also a range of flora, hiking encounter, jungle sounds and amazing scenic landscapes that will combine to make you gorilla safari in Rwanda or your Uganda gorilla trekking safari memorable.
Long Rwanda Gorilla Trekking Safaris, Rwanda Gorilla Tour
Your safari will give you the opportunity to visit different historical places in Rwanda, visit the Nyungwe Forest for chimpanzee trekking and other primates, get to kibuye for the boat cruise and game drive, you will visit Volcanoes National Park for gorilla tracking and so many. Read More
The 7 day safari will expose you to Volcanoes National Park to enjoy the best gorilla tracking experience, you will visit Nyungwe Forest National Park for chimpanzee tracking. Read More
Short Rwanda Gorilla Trekking Safaris, Rwanda Gorilla Tour
Uganda Gorilla Trekking Safaris, Uganda Gorilla Tour
The 7 days gorilla tracking Safari will start in Kigali and can end in Kigali, Rwanda or Kampala, Uganda. The trip involve tracking the mountain gorillas two times both in Bwindi National Park in Uganda and Volcanoes National Park in Rwanda. Read More
This 3 day Uganda gorilla tour commences and ends in Kigali – Rwanda. It is an amazing encounter of the magical scenery of Rwanda. Read More
This 3 days gorilla safari in Bwindi impenetrable forest park – Uganda offers visitors a memorable encounter with the endangered Mountain gorillas; amidst the lush of this ancient forest. Read More
Rwanda Uganda Combined Safaris – Rwanda Uganda Safari Tours
The 13 Days Uganda Rwanda Gorilla Wildlife Chimpanzee & Cultural Safari is a perfect blend of the above aspects featured in both Uganda and Rwanda. Read More
Rwanda Safari Tips
Rwanda is famously known for gorilla trekking safaris and was highly brought to popularity by the world’s leading conservationists like Dian Fossey in the 1960s and 1970s. Read More
Rwanda Cultural & History
Rwanda, positioned averagely on the Central African Plateau crossed borders to join the East African Federation together with Burundi particularly to gain an easy access to the coast and a wider market of the East African Countries. Read More
Rwanda has got considerable flights that operate internationally and domestically enabling the travellers on safaris in Rwanda to transfer accordingly. With its national carrier Rwanda Air that has positioned its self in the region operating a hub and spoke approach, Rwanda can easily be accessed by Air transfer. Read More
Rwanda is a republic country found in the east and Central Africa with a population of 11.2million as per the United Nations of 2012.. Read More
Rwanda Medical Allowances
Rwanda does not have a lot of emergency municipal medical response services. However, ambulances are present through SAMU and you need to call 912 from any mobile phone or via King Faisal Hospital on 078 830 9003.Read More
Rwanda Safari Necessities
Planning a safari to Rwanda would lure one to myriad of thoughts about what might be needed for him/her to undertake the safari.Read More