Why book group tours to see mountain gorillas? – Uganda and Rwanda gorilla trekking safaris
Why book group tours to see mountain gorillas? – Great Adventure Safaris introduces you to Group tours and safaris to Rwanda with family or friends. Visiting Rwanda and Uganda as a group with family or friends is a great way to travel whether on a safari or just exploring some of the country’s amazing cultural and tourism attractions that can offer you a lot of fun when with people that you already know and like. Get quality times with the people important to you, on a safari adventure hence making the memories of a lifetime.
When visiting Rwanda, in small or big Group Tours and Safaris, Great Adventure Safaris offers you amazing discounts on 3 Days Rwanda Gorilla tracking safaris and 4 Days double Gorilla tracking safaris depending on the size of your group. Our Group tours and safaris you can also get additional accommodation discounts, and also having your own guided safari tour, instead of having to share the guide’s time with others.
When planning a Group Tour, though, you will want to be careful not to just have a “one size fits all” itinerary, the most enjoyable Group Tours and Safaris are a balance between shared memorable group experiences and opportunities for everyone to break up and do their own thing. Sometimes you want to just chill out on your own with a cup of coffee, and other times you might just have an interest in certain museums or attractions that no one else does. A good itinerary makes sure that everybody has time to do what they want it is your vacation after all.
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We guarantee our clients a personal touch right from the time we learn about your intended tour and all through the safari planning and execution. We strive to make sure that by the end of your Group safari, you will be feeling a part of a typical African extended family.
The variety of Group Tours and Safaris
While reserving your Group Tour, endeavour to ask the travel agent which variety of group tours is available for you to choose the one you feel comfortable with if you have not thought of any. Understand the type of people in the group, their lifestyles, their travel interests and age among others to see whether they are of your type. Travelling with people of your traits make you feel at home, which at the end make your safari memorable.
The right size Group for you
Group tours can be small or large. It’s up to a client to choose whether to join a smaller of larger group. Whether big or small, each group size has its good and bad. A large group reduces the cost of the trip through cost sharing while which is not a case with small groups where there are few people to share costs. On the other hand, small groups tend to move quickly and have chances of doing some experiences that cannot be done by lager group.
The activities to be done
Everyone in a group has his/her travel interest, which must be included in the itinerary. With no doubt, each traveller has that activity that he/she cannot wait to do on a safari. Before confirming to join a group, make sure the activities you are interested in are in the itinerary. That’s one reason why group members should be of your character. If the activities in the itinerary are not your type, do not join the group.
Best time to book your Gorilla Permits
It is better you book your Gorilla permit at least 4-5 months to the safari date to help in planning. Check the best times for Gorilla Tracking.
Gorilla tracking can take place at any time of the year with April/May and November being wetter seasons. However, be aware that rain occurs all year round. For general wildlife viewing safaris, the best time to go is during the dry season between June and September.
Best time for Gorilla Tracking Group Tours
Best time to go: June to August and December to February (All parks)
High Season: June to September (It’s rarely crowded, but you’ll need to book your gorilla permits long in advance)
Low Season: March, April, May, October, November (Some lodges and camps in high rainfall areas close down; roads and forest trails can be in poor condition)
Best Weather: June-July and January-February (Little rainfall)
Worst Weather: March, April, and May (Peak of wet season). Contact Great Adventure Safaris for details about why book group tours to see mountain gorillas in Uganda and Rwanda and booking group safaris to see mountain gorillas with a group.