Luxury Rwanda gorilla fly in private safari – Trek Africa’s endangered mountain gorillas in Rwanda’s volcanoes national park; the park is located north of the main capital Kigali which has become a historical city after the 1994-1999 Rwanda genocide against the Hutu.
The continues efforts by the government of Rwanda in promoting tourism in country has seen the boost of tourism delivery as many investors have come to invest in the tourism sector through construction of luxury lodges, increase of the Rwanda gorilla permits in order to achieve sustainable tourism in the country.
Rwanda’s volcanoes national park does not have an airstrip or air field that the bigger aircrafts can land in but the luxury lodges do have spaces designed for helicopters to land, Great adventure safaris through Akagera aviation can help you secure the helicopter, the gorilla permits and all other safari related services.
Our team of trained specialists in destination management will ensure that your services are taken care of with small details of your safari of lifetime in Rwanda.
Akagera aviation has different sizes of helicopters for more information contact Great adventure safaris.
Rwanda gorilla permits are one of the essential requirements to consider as you plan your safari to Rwanda as the permits are limited every day, an estimate 88 gorilla permits are available for tourist to trek the endangered mountain gorillas in their natural habitat, each Rwanda gorilla permit costs USD1500 per gorilla trek per person.
Our senior Guide Michael Great highly recommends at least 2 treks with a day in between for the easy golden monkey tracking or a lazily relax at the beautiful luxury lodge as you go through the previous memory before the second gorilla trek this the best way of experiencing gorilla tracking.
Surrounded by swaying eucalyptus trees, One&Only Gorilla’s Nest awakens a wild spirit of adventure. A place that encourages you to gaze into the mirror through eye opening encounters with majestic mountain gorillas and experience the story of Rwanda.
Singita Kwitonda Lodge is a high-end safari lodge ideal for the discerning bespoke traveller looking for a flying Rwanda safari. Developed by the luxurious Singita hospitality and conservation group of Eastern and Southern Africa, this is a twin lodge alongside Kataza House in Rwanda run by the Singita. With its own access road, the lodge is located on 178-acres of land on the edge of Volcanoes National Park. This establishment takes its name from the gentle silverback Kwitonda, who died in 2012 at age 40. “Kwitonda” translates into “to be humble” in the Kinyarwanda language. The boutique owners of Singita were inspired by the story of this remarkable primate that led them to brand the lodge under his name. Your luxury vacation time will be spent immersed in a decor reminiscent of the chic country house building style of the “Land of a Thousand Hills” complete with bricks baked in volcanic rocks, wood-fired ovens, and woven thatch-wooden ceilings.
Bisate Lodge enjoys a truly dramatic natural setting at the heart of an amphitheatre formed by eroded volcano cones. Six conically shaped thatched forest villas are tucked into the lush forest setting, spacious verandas opening out onto magnificent views of the surrounding peaks. The traditional shapes of the suites are a nod to Rwandan culture, while the sumptuous interiors maximise comfort and warmth while making the most of the scenic views.
Luxury Rwanda gorilla fly in private safari – Blending the traditional with the modern, the exquisite guest areas features floor to ceiling windows through which guests can marvel at the world outside while enjoying a refreshing drink at the elegant bar or the contemporary wine cellar. Activities in the area include gorilla tracking, cultural village visits, sightings of the golden monkey, birding and tours to places of interest such as Lakes Ruhondo and Burera, the Musanze Caves and the grave of Dian Fossey.
Travellers travelling on our Luxury Rwanda gorilla fly in private safari will have services of a specialist private safari Guide to lead the trek in to the rain forest of volcanoes national park as the clients search for the endangered mountain gorillas.
Below is a brief outline of the travel plan.
Upon arrival in Kigali you will be received by your driver guide and private safari guide and transfer to the lodge for a briefing and relaxation.
Preferable clients should consider booking flights that arrive at Lunch time to allow them acclimatise to the weather of Rwanda.
After lazily breakfast you will visit the Kigali genocide memorial before transferring to the airport for a charter flight to volcanoes national park.
After morning breakfast you will transfer to the park headquarters for the first day of the gorilla tracking experience in volcanoes national park.
This will be an optional day for the clients, they can choose to relax at the lodge or go out for golden monkey tracking experience or they can visit the Diana fossey museum in musanze.
Yet another day of the important safari holiday will start with a morning breakfast before transferring to the kinigi park headquarters for the second gorilla tracking experience.
Lazily breakfast in the morning before flying to Kigali where a day room will be arranged upon request for refreshment before your out bound flight.
Rwanda is open for tourism all year round but the best months are June –August and December-February and the other months of March-May and September-November are rainy season but the it does not rain whole day so this can give clients time to visit the mountain gorillas all year round.