Rwanda Safaris and Tours.
Rwanda safaris,While Rwanda is famously the home of the Virunga Mountains, where Dian Fossey researched and habituated mountain gorillas in the 1960s, this country has a lot more Rwanda Safaris to offer than gorilla trekking alone. In fact, if gorilla trekking is beyond your budget, Rwanda is still worth visiting as an up-and-coming destination offering primate walks, volcano hikes and bird-watching in Volcanoes National Park and Nyungwe Forest National Park, plus boat trips on Lake Kivu in the Rift Valley and a classic safari in search of the Big Five in low-key Akagera National Park.
A gorilla trek is electrifying. Hiking through lushly sloping hills and spotting a gorilla peeking out from the bush, or happening upon a mother watching over her babies is a once-in-a-lifetime experience that changes you forever. On Cats Africa Tour Rwanda Safaris journey you venture to one of the best places on earth to track gorillas, the exciting Parc National de Volcans (PNV). This 62-square-mile game park is home to the last surviving mountain gorillas as well as the endangered golden monkey, a species of Old World monkey with a golden-orange patch on his upper flanks and back.