This exceptionally uncommon trek takes us to Rwanda, home of the fundamentally jeopardized Mountain Gorilla, where we
can track these delicate mammoths. The Mountain Gorillas possess probably the most dynamite view on earth, See More: Houston petting zoo
high on the flanks of the Virunga Volcanoes. Amid our opportunity in Rwanda we will go from Akagera
National Park on diversion drives searching for a heap of untamed life including recently reintroduced Black Rhino,
Lions and Crowned Cranes.
From here we make a beeline for Nyungwe National Forest where we will trek for
Chimpanzees and possibly see almost twelve other primate species. At long last, we make a beeline for Virunga
National Park as we trek up the inclines with Mountain Gorillas. Amid our outing we will meet agents
from Houston Zoo preservation accomplices at Gorilla Doctors, Conservation Heritage Turambe and Saving
Rwanda’s Crowned Cranes.
This novel enterprise was particularly made for the Houston Zoo and remains in extravagance stops all through.
The excursion finishes in a chance to track the Mountain Gorillas in Parc National des Volcans (PNV) in
the Virunga volcanoes in the northwest of Rwanda. Seeing a troop from the world’s outstanding ~900
mountain gorillas is an incredible and awe‐inspiring background.
Rwanda: Virunga’s Mountain Gorillas, Primates of Nyugnwe
furthermore, Wildlife of Akagera National Park
On this ecotour we stay 2 evenings at the cutting edge and lavish Park Inn by Radisson Hotel, 2 evenings at Ruzizi
Risen Camp, 2 evenings at the One and Only Nyungwe House in the Nyungwe Forest and 2 evenings at the
Diocesan’s House Hotel in Musanze, nearby Volcanoes National Park.
Day 1: Saturday fifteenth June 2019. Entry to Kigali, Rwanda
Today you will land in Kigali, Rwanda and are met on entry and exchanged to the Park Inn by Radisson
Lodging. Tonight appreciate an appreciated supper and meet individual voyagers.
Medium-term at Park Inn by Radisson Hotel (D)
Day 2: Sunday sixteenth June 2019. Kigali to Akagera National Park
A restful morning, and after a casual breakfast we leave for Akagera National Park in the east of
Rwanda flanking Tanzania. We ought to be at the Lodge in time for a smorgasbord lunch and once we have
settled‐in we will have chance for an “Amusement Drive” before nightfall. We will appreciate a Welcome supper this
evening back at the Lodge sitting above Lake Ihema.
Medium-term at Ruzizi Tented Camp