The 3-day Gorilla safari in Rwanda takes you for a short historical tour of Rwanda in Kigali city, visit Rwanda Genocide memorial sites and Gorilla trekking in the Volacnoes national park of Rwanda.
The tour starts and ends in Kigali; after gorilla trekking in the Volcanoes national Park, you will transfer back to Kigali for your flight/ End of the safari.
- Day 01: Transfer from the Airport.
- Day 02: Gorilla tracking.
- Day 03: Kigali city tour.
Detailed Trip Itinerary
Day 1: Transfer from the Airport
Upon your arrival, you will be welcomed by a professional tour guide who will drive north of Rwanda to Volcanoes National Park viewing spectacular scenery of the Virunga Mountains en route. Dinner and overnight stay at Muhabura Guest House (Budget) / Hotel La Palme (Deluxe) / Mountain Gorilla View Lodge (Luxury).
DAY 2: Gorilla tracking.
Take your breakfast and head to the park headquarters with packed lunch to be briefed about the dos and don’ts while with the gorillas then proceed to track the gorillas. Dinner and overnight stay at Muhabura Guest House (Budget) / Hotel La Palme (Deluxe) / Mountain Gorilla View Lodge (Luxury).
Day 3: Kigali city tour.
After breakfast, you will head for a city tour around Kigali such as the genocide site and other historical sites depending on the time of your flight.
Where to Stay
La Palme Hotel
La Palme Hotel counts on its comfortable and intimate atmosphere to make your stay the most enjoyable in safety and tranquility. We offer 48 well-furnished rooms including 4 big suites that have been elegantly designed, featuring great attention to our culture details.
All our Guest rooms are self-contained with: WIFI Internet Access, 24-Hour Room Service, Double bed, Telephone, More than 15 TV Satellite Channels.
Mountain Gorilla View Lodge
Mountain Gorilla View Lodge provides good value, spectacular views of the volcanoes and easy access to Volcanoes National Park (PNV).
Set on the slopes of Mt. Sabyinyo, Mountain Gorilla View Lodge has 30 individual stone cottages. The cottages provide both space and privacy. Each has a small lounge with a fireplace to ward off the chill at this altitude, a private verandah and en suite facilities with a shower. The furnishings are simple and comfortable, with queen-size beds and individual safe. A generator provides hot water and electricity, usually from about 18h00; but the lodge expects to be connected to mains electricity in the near future.