Penny Africa Safaris

4 Days Rwanda Gorilla Trekking Safari

Durations

4 Days

Difficulty

Easy

Min Age

16

Price From

$23680

4 Days Rwanda Safari

Embark on an exhilarating 4-day adventure in Rwanda, starting with your arrival in Kigali. After a city tour and visit to the Genocide Memorial Site, journey to Volcanoes National Park.

On the second day, experience the unforgettable thrill of gorilla trekking, witnessing these majestic creatures in their natural habitat.

The third day offers the chance to track playful golden monkeys or visit the Dian Fossey tomb, followed by an afternoon interacting with locals at a nearby school.

Conclude your safari with a tour of Kigali’s markets, museums, and artisan shops before departing from the airport.

This all-inclusive package covers permits, transportation, accommodations, meals, and guided tours, ensuring a seamless and enriching experience.

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Accommodation Total Trip Cost 10 pax / per person
Budget $21,400 $2,140
Mid-Range $23,680 $2,368

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To help you plan your trip, we have put together a list of what’s included and what’s not included in your tour package. This will give you a clear understanding of what to expect and help you make any necessary arrangements before your journey begins.

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Day By Day Itinerary

When you arrive at Kigali Airport, you will be picked up by your driver guide who will drive you to Kigali which is Rwandas capital. After your lunch in the city you will set out for a city tour; this city has well developed markets, amazing history which is to do with the 1994 genocide-you will be able to visit the genocide memorial site, also have a visit in art galleries.

Later embark on your journey to Volcanoes National Park which is located approximately 80 km from Kigali. Arrive at the park and check in at the lodge of your choice, Have dinner and overnight.

Stay: Fatima(Budget)Da Vinci Gorilla Lodge (Moderate)

Enjoy a hefty breakfast in the morning; after be picked up by your guide that will take you to the headquarters of the parkwhere you will be briefed about the rules and regulations concerning gorilla trekking in the park. This activity is really thrilling as you will have amazing views of the Virungas, and when you meet the gentle giants you will watch them play, feed, among other things, which is an unforgettable experience.

On top of watching the gorillas you will be able to see other animals like elephants, monkeys, buffaloes as well as various species of birds. Later after trekking head back to the lodge for a late lunch. Throughout the evening, you can take a walk in the community or choose to stay and unwind at the lodge

Stay: Dine and slumber at budget Da Vinci Gorilla lodge (Mid-range) and Fatima hotel (Budget).

Have breakfast early enough and after carry on guided by the park ranger to track the golden monkeys, these animals are very interesting to watch while they play, move around trees and feed.

Another alternative could be visiting the Dian Fosssey tomb, here you will find out a lot concerning this primatologist who once took care of mountain gorillas (please note that; optional activities are not included in the final costing). Return to the lodge for lunch and in the afternoon, visit a local school where you will interact with the locals.

Stay: Overnight at the same lodge

After a heavy breakfast, check out of the park and transfer to Kigali airport. In the meantime you will go for a city tour and visit a few places like pottery projects, markets, handicraft shops, the national museum etc. Later have lunch still in the city and drive to the airport for your flight back home.

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FAQs About 4 Days Rwanda Safari Tour

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