Rwanda Gorilla Trek Safaris
Rwanda is a beautiful country located in Central Africa. It is known for its stunning scenery, friendly people, and unique culture. If you are planning a trip to Rwanda, you may be wondering when the best time to visit is.
Here are a few things to consider:
The weather in Rwanda is fairly consistent throughout the year, with temperatures averaging around 27 degrees Celsius. However, there are two rainy seasons in Rwanda- one from February to April, and the other from October to December. If you are planning a trip during either of these times, it is important to pack appropriately and be prepared for wet weather.
Best Time To Visit Rwanda
Peak tourist season in Rwanda is between June and September. This is when the weather is at its driest and most pleasant, and when many of the country’s attractions are open. If you can, try to plan your trip during this time.
Rwanda Gorilla Trek Safaris
We have a wide range of Rwanda safaris that include gorilla trekking cost and Prices. Like a tiny tropical jewel, Rwanda lies slap-bang in the middle of a wildlife treasure chest. Its forested, misty mountains, bursting with birds, butterflies and primates offer one of Africa’s most fascinating experiences: a Rwanda Gorilla Trekking Safari. Indeed, experts quietly affirm that Rwanda is probably Africa’s best destination to see these critically endangered mountain gorillas.
We offer gorilla trekking safaris specifically designed to deliver this once-in-a-lifetime experience – try our 4-day Gorillas in Parc National des Vulcans – a Rwanda Gorilla Safari is the perfect add-on to a Kenya or Tanzania safari.
Rwanda Gorilla Trekking Permit Cost/Price
The Rwanda Development Board recently announced an increase in the price of Gorilla Permits from US$750 to US $1,500.
Rwanda is not just all about gorilla safaris. With its classic Central African ecology of mountains, rainforests, volcanoes and lakes; bird watching, fishing expeditions, hiking and even game viewing] are just a few of the exciting excursions that you could find yourself on – just familiarise yourself with Rwanda’s climate by checking out our ‘When to go to Rwanda’ section to make sure you get the timing of your trip right – after all, you are in the tropics.
Rwanda is a captivating country. It was on the bamboo-covered slopes of Rwanda’s Virunga volcanoes that the late Dian Fossey of Gorillas in the Mist fame studied the behaviour of the mountain gorilla for 20 years and it is in the bustling streets of the capital Kigali, the savannahs of the Akagera National Park and the forests of Nyungwe that Rwanda is reinventing itself as an African safari destination.
Accommodation in Rwanda ranges from the more luxurious hotel suites in the city to the more rustic mountain and safari lodges found in, and around, Rwanda’s national parks.
Rwanda Luxury Safari
Although more suited for the traveler looking for hiking and more outdoor activities, Rwanda does have the ability to create a luxury safari experience. Just keep in mind the fact that gorilla tracking and other activities in Volcanoes and Nyungwe National Park come with a high chance slipping on muddy footpaths and being caught in a tropical downpour.
There are other options like Akagera National Park which undergone a phenomenal transformation in recent years and poaching has essentially been eliminated and wildlife is now thriving and a better option for those seeking a luxury safari.
For a Luxury Rwanda Safari Talk to us so we can custom a Luxury Tailor Made Rwanda luxury tours.
Keep in mind that Rwanda is a popular destination for safaris and other outdoor activities. If you are interested in doing any of these activities, it is best to book in advance as they can fill up quickly during the peak season.