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When time is of the essence, but you still want to experience the thrill of gorilla trekking, a Rwanda gorilla trip that lasts only one day is the best option. It brings you to the beautiful Volcanoes National Park in northwest Rwanda, where a portion of the world’s last mountain gorillas flourish. Your one-day gorilla safari in Rwanda starts and concludes in Kigali.
Whether you are looking for an adventure, a cultural experience, or a classic African game safari, Uganda is the perfect destination. Our 20-day discovery tour includes visiting the highlights of Uganda, including gorilla trekking in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, the wilderness and culture of Kidepo Valley National park and chimpanzee trekking in Kibale National Park.
With this 5-day gorilla and wildlife safari, you may explore the solitude of Queen Elizabeth National Park and get a glimpse of a family of mountain gorillas in Uganda’s Bwindi National Park. The 5-day trip across Uganda’s wildlife begins and concludes in Kampala.
This 7 day Rwanda Wildlife Safari is remarkably one of the best packages set for you to discover what Rwanda holds in terms of biodiversity. With this wildlife safari, you have a chance to indulge yourself in the wilderness areas like Akagera National Park, Volcanoes National Park, Nyungwe Forest National Park and others, each of which rewards traveller endeavours with distinct experiences. Your 7 days Rwanda wildlife safari begins and ends in Kigali.
Travel to Uganda for a week and have an unforgettable experience. Beginning with Kibale National Park, you’ll journey through a tropical rainforest in search of chimpanzees. You will then go to Queen Elizabeth National Park for a wildlife drive in the golden Savana grasslands, where there is a strong likelihood of spotting Buffalo, elephants, lions, and leopards. Your journey will conclude at Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park, where you will do mountain gorilla trekking, a highlight of your trip.
Your ultimate African primate safari awaits! We’re going to visit key primate-specific National Parks with a variety of different primate species. With this tour, you’ll never be bored and you’ll always be learning about the different types of primates in Uganda from the famous Mountain Gorillas, the Endemic Uganda mangabey and the chimpanzees