Mountain Gorillas Trekking
Gorilla trekking offers a unique experience by allowing you to venture into lush, remote forests to observe these magnificent creatures in their natural habitat. The thrill of tracking gorillas through dense vegetation, the sense of connection as you witness their behaviors up close, and the realization of being in such proximity to a critically endangered species makes it an extraordinary and unforgettable adventure. The limited permits issued each day help minimize human impact, ensuring the conservation of both the gorillas and their habitat, adding to the exclusivity of the experience.
Trekking with apes in Rwanda offers a unique and unforgettable experience due to the rich biodiversity of the region. Encounter chimpanzees, colobus monkeys, and other primates in their natural habitat, surrounded by stunning landscapes. The opportunity to observe these animals up close, while supporting conservation efforts, makes this experience truly special.
Luxury accommodations enhance tour experiences by providing top-notch comfort, service, and amenities. These accommodations are often chosen for their exclusive settings, high-end facilities, and personalized services. They offer spacious and well-appointed rooms, exquisite dining options, spa and wellness facilities, and sometimes unique features like private villas or breathtaking views. Luxury accommodations are integrated into tours to offer travelers a sense of indulgence and relaxation, elevating the overall travel experience to a higher level of comfort and sophistication.
Roz Carr – Imbabazi Orphanage
Stroll through beautiful English cottage gardens while enjoying a vast array of colourful flowers and birds. Enjoy the stunning views of volcanoes: Karasimbi, Mikeno, and Nyiragongo. You will also learn about the life and legacy of Rosamond Carr and her influence in the local community of Mudende. Tour the former orphanage and learn about the history of the Imbabazi Orphanage. Hear fascinating stories about naturalist Dian Fossey, and her lasting friendship with Mrs. Carr. See the actual locations where scenes from the 5-time Oscar-nominated blockbuster, Gorillas in the Mist, were filmed.
Akagera National Park
A Central Africa’s largest protected wetland and the last remaining refuge for savannah-adapted species in Rwanda. It covers an area of 2500 square kilometres that is covered with savannah as well as beautiful scenery and also represents an African wildlife. A safari to this park will take you to Rwanda’s only wildlife expedition. The trip features a full game drive and a boat safari on Lake Ihema. On your game drive you will spot over 500 bird species and a lot of wild animals including lions , elephants , giraffes , Hippos , Zebras , Bushbucks , water bucks and most recently black rhinos have been introduced from South Africa , making the park a big 5 park like it was many years ago.
Simply put, Gadi and Mussa curated, guided, and executed one of the best and most memorable trips I have ever been on.
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August 20, 2023
Unforgettable Experience - We did a 10-day trip (5 people total) and it was absolutely incredible. Gadi and Mussa are an amazing duo - they anticipated our every need, made sure we were... read more
August 19, 2023
Once in a lifetime luxury experience! - If you are searching for a company to plan and ensure your trip to Rwanda is one of the most incredible experiences of a lifetime, then look no further... read more
August 19, 2023