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This 1 Day Rwanda Gorilla Trekking safari in Rwanda is capable of giving you wonderful of Rwanda memories with Go self drive Rwanda.
This tour is mainly about Gorilla trekking in Volcano National Park. This 1 Day Rwanda gorilla trek in Volcanoes national park, This tour is ideal for visitors with limited time and don’t want to spend much time in Rwanda and only want to do gorilla tracking in the shortest time possible.

What You Can Expect from 1 day gorilla tour Rwanda

You will be picked at exactly 5:00 am from you’ accommodation will in Kigali and drive to Volcanoes National Park arrive on time at 06:30 am for registration and briefing about Gorilla trekking after drive to the base of the mountains where trekking starts accompanied by game rangers, thereafter head to the forest to search for the endangered mountain gorillas in their mist, it is one hour allowed to stay with the gorillas as you take unforgettable photography and videos and after return back to the park office for your awarding gorilla trekking certificate. Have lunch at Virunga Hotel then after lunch drive back to Kigali and drop you where you will be staying or Airport transfer.

The tour includes:

  • Transportation to volcanoes national park.
  • Bottled mineral water.
  • Packed lunch.
  • Gorilla permits.

The tour excludes:

  • Travel and medical insurance.
  • Visa Fees.
  • Air ticket.
  • Souvenirs.
  • Personal items.
  • Tipping.

1 Day Rwanda Gorilla Trekking tips

This website has more tips about gorilla trekking.

Choose the best gorilla trekking company. Our company go self drive Rwanda is experienced enough to take you for a gorilla trekking safari. Our team has done several tours and you can always rely on our expertise for a friendly gorilla trekking safari. Our tour guides have enough experience in gorilla trekking. Each one of them is professional certified tour guide. you are always trust their insights.

At go Self Drive Rwanda, we have the best rwanda car rental safari cars to take you to Volcanoes National Park.

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