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2 Days Gorilla tracking

2 days gorilla tracking Rwanda in the Volcanoes national park with a cultural tour of the Iby'iwacu community center.

2 days gorilla tracking Rwanda

Day 1 - Travel to Volcanoes National Park, afternoon cultural visit at Iby'Iwacu.

7:00am, Meet with your driver at 7:30am, briefing about your 2 days Gorilla tracking Rwanda safari to the volcnaoes National Park in Musanze and continue with your drive. It should take us about 2 hrs to the Volcanoes with lunch enroute. Check in at our lodge, and have an afternoon Community walk and visit to the Iby'wacu cultural centre.

Return at our lodge at 4pm, relax and prepare for the next days Gorilla tracking adventure.

Dinner and overnight at the Mountain gorilla view lodge.

Day 2 - Gorilla tracking day, return to Kigali.

5:30am, We wake up quiete early in order to have an early morning breakfast as we prepare to pack our bags and get to the briefing center at Kinigi tourism information center. We get grouped in a gorilla family with other travelers. The group will comprise of 8 - trackers and and atlleast 2 armed rangers for the visitors firm protection against un-habituated gorillas.

Once we spot the Gorillas, we shall be allowed 1hr of viewing time and continue back to the information center for our certificates.

Check out from your lodge, and drive back to Kigali town for drop off at the Kigali Airport or other preffered place.

End of Safari.

2 Days Gorilla tracking Rwanda

2 Days Gorilla tracking Rwanda Safari | 2 days gorilla trekking in the volcanoes national park rwanda with a cultural tour of the ibyiwacu community center.

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2 days gorilla tracking Rwanda in the Volcanoes national park

Gorilla are seen at Volcanoes National Park in Rwanda. 2 Days Gorilla tracking Rwanda or 2 Days Gorilla trekking Rwanda is often described as "life changing" and with good reason. With only an estimated 880 gorillas left in the world, seeing these gentle creatures in their natural habitat is a truly unique experience. According to Rwanda Development Board, there are ten families living in the Volcanoes National Park that are fully habituated and available for visits by the public, while others are habituated for scientific research purposes only.