Unspoilt and enchanting the land of a thousand hills is a unique part of Africa, with volcanoes, rainforests and rivers. Most holidays to Rwanda are arranged in the hope of catching a glimpse of the last remaining mountain gorillas on Earth.
Learn insights and observations about gorilla behaviour during a visit to the Dian Fossey gorilla fund museum. It’s the experience of a lifetime for wildlife enthusiasts to trek and be among these graceful giants in their natural habitat.
Once the gorillas are located, you will have the rare opportunity to watch them interact with each other.
Over 300 mountain gorillas can also be found in Uganda. It’s a great option if you want to combine gorilla trekking in Bwindi and chimp trekking in Kibale Forest.
The terrain in Uganda with its steep slopes, thick jungle and intense humidity add to the challenge, but the exhilaration of a close encounter with this magnificent creature makes it all worthwhile.