Affordable gorilla tracking safaris in Rwanda – Great adventure safaris is a specialist safari company based in Rwanda and uganda and they have been specialist in providing safari services for all types of clients requests ranging from low budget safaris to high end safaris ,our specialist team of safari consultants can help you identify clean affordable safari lodges and best prices on other services .
This is done to accommodate all types safari travellers we also have operations in Kenya for Kenya safaris and Tanzania for Tanzania safaris, Madagascar for Madagascar safaris and Mozambique for Mozambique safaris.
-Tour is based on budget lodging option which is well selected by our field consultants.
-Tour can depart any day but permits might need to be booked in advance.
-Tour is guided by English speaking guide.
-Tour starts and ends in Kigali.
-Tour is inclusive of Airport transfers.
Rwanda gorilla permit costs 1500 per person per trek this might feel a little high but based on the history of the country of genocide it might just be the right value for a gorilla trekking permit.
And also the effect of climate change that is affecting the mountain gorilla population in the great Virunga massif. In order to help the conservation of the mountain gorillas we highly recommend travellers to book and visit Rwanda gorillas.
A lot of community pressure is developing on the park boundaries as a pressure of farming land and the increasing global threats like poaching,diseases.
However we can still help travellers to trek gorillas in Uganda’s Mgahinga national park and Bwindi impenetrable national park as opposed to Rwanda’s volcanoes national park.
Both national parks are 4-5 hours’ drive from the main capital Kigali via cyanika and Katuna or you can check out our gorilla trekking safaris from musanze.
Uganda’s gorilla permits are fairly cheap compared to Rwanda, the permit costs USD 700. and you can land in Kigali Rwanda but trek the cheap gorillas in Uganda. Contact Great Adventure Safaris to plan affordable gorilla tracking safaris in Rwanda.