Gorilla trekking in Rwanda is a magical encounter offering ten mountain gorilla families being harbored within the Virunga chained Mountains at Volcanoes national park. Explore unending scenic landscape, where Dian Fossey did her gorilla research, in the traversing slopes occupied by the tropical rainforest and bamboo. Volcanoes national park is home to not less than five chained volcanoes, you will move deep into the misty forests, dense in nature, gorilla trekking is always accompanied by professional rangers. Gorilla trekking takes about two to five hours for trekkers to allocate a gorilla troop and then travelers can have an opportunity to spend some quality time observing these giant apes in their natural environment.
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Gorilla trekking experience is not comparable to any world’s wildlife experience. Savors every second as travelers watch them play, slumbering, foraging, tease each other, and eat together in an uncanny resemblance to ourselves. At times gorilla trekking may be asrduous due to the steep rises covered with the dense vegetation which may require physical fitness.
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Travelers are supposed to carry their passport as their head to volcanoes national park headquarters for the pre-tracking morning briefing by the park rangers. Your gorilla tracking permits will be crosschecked alongside your passports for verification whether you are the rightful owner of the gorilla permit.
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After a quick morning briefing on mountain gorilla safety measures and expectation during the trek, travelers are grouped in to 8 people maximum per group is assigned one mountain gorilla group to trek. Rwanda’s Volcanoes national park harbors approximately 10 gorilla families, hence 10 gorilla families. 8 people track each gorilla family meaning they only issues 80 gorilla tracking permit per particular day. Gorilla trekking groups assigning depends on the physical fitness and age of the guests.
Gorilla trekking in Rwanda can be done throughout the year, although its most favored during the dry months of June, July, August, &September and another season kicks off from December, January, & February because little or low rainfalls are received which makes tracking gorillas much easier compared to rainy seasons.