Luxury Gorilla Safaris In Rwanda:
Our luxury gorilla safaris in Rwanda is a fantastic location for photographers. You leave with striking documentation of your stay in the trees thanks to Rwanda’s dampness and lighting, which impart a mystical feel to your photographs.
In order to help community development and conservation, Rwanda has recently established a tourist strategy that places a premium on luxury travel. With luxury gorilla safaris in Rwanda lodge concept was pioneered in Rwanda by Bisate Lodge in Volcanoes National Park, and it has since been joined by a number of other very great lodges in the area as well as in other parks.
While Nyungwe and Gishwati will balance out primate watching with the difficulty of trekking chimpanzees and colobus monkeys, Akagera delivers a solid big game experience in a beautiful lakeside location. The biggest draw to travel to Rwanda is the chance to go gorilla trekking, but there are many other reasons to go as well, including the welcoming natives, fascinating communities, excellent hiking, and breathtaking landscape. Active, engaged tourists who are willing to pay for the privilege of seeing great apes in their natural environment go to Rwanda. Rwanda can be a great addition to a traditional safari or can stand alone as a destination for a shorter trip to Africa due to its convenient connectivity to the rest of Africa. With luxury gorilla safaris in Rwanda we coverup all.
With a hefty price tag, Rwanda offers services and accommodations of international caliber.
One can visit luxury gorilla safaris in Rwanda at any time of the year. The dry seasons of June through mid-September or December through February are the best times to travel. Although there may be some rain, the dry season has minimal cloud cover, which helps to maintain the temperatures. The long rainy season in Rwanda, which lasts from March to May, can make for a soggy gorilla hike; nevertheless, rain is always a concern whether trekking in the Volcanoes or Nyungwe, regardless of the season. Hikes into the primates’ forest are necessary for gorilla and chimpanzee trekking as well as visits to the golden monkeys, where you’ll spend an hour watching the habituated primate family in their natural habitat.
Experiences of other cultures can be had in urban Kigali or in rural Rwanda’s small villages with a local guide, where you will meet welcoming residents who are eager to share their cultures.
- Meals: breakfasts, lunches
- Private Transport: 4x4 safari vehicle.
- Driver and Fuel
- Porters and Rangers
- Arrival transfer
- Entrances fees ( Where Applicable)
- English or French speaking guide
- Site permits
- All transport between destinations and to/from included activities
- Airfare to and from destination
- Trip cancellation insurance
- Any activity not described in What's Included
- Beers and Hotel