Post COVID19 Rwanda Gorilla Safaris
The Rwanda gorilla tourism will reopen shortly after the tale of Corona Virus has been defeated in the country. Due the outbreak of Covid19, the Rwanda Development Board decided to close volcanoes national park suspending and post-ponding all safaris that were booked in advance. This has been done to protect the endangered mountain gorillas from the life-threatening virus. Apparently, it is now three months ever since the close of the park with a bid to save the wonderful endangered creatures. All travelers that had book their Rwanda gorilla safari with Tour Operators have been advised to Reschedule their travel to the future dates up to 2022 instead of cancelling their trip. On this note, the rescheduling of the already booked gorilla trekking permit does not require or call for any extra charge or penalty.
Why gorilla safaris in Rwanda postCOVID-19?
Welcome to the Land of a thousand hills, Rwanda prides in offering extremely exclusive luxury gorilla trekking safaris in Africa. Grab a chance to chance to choose Rwanda as your postCOVID19 gorilla safari destination. The country hosts the magical Volcanoes national park where you get an insight to best encounter with endangered Mountain gorillas in the jungle. From Kigali International airport, delight in a short drive with a 4×4 chauffeur driven safari vehicle on road to easily access the park. By road, the journey takes about 3 hours drive giving you a chance to explore a diversity of impressive landscapes on your way to park.
Volcanoes national park is one of the top safari destinations in the country that is ideal for a one-day gorilla trekking excursion experience since it is close to the Kigali international park. If you are planning a post COVID19 gorilla safari for a one-day trekking experience, wake up early at around 4:30 am so as to reach the park by 7:00 am. Upon arrival you catch up with the pre-gorilla trekking briefing. The trekking experiences lasts for about 30 minutes or more depending on the locality of the gorilla group. When you encounter with the gorilla family, you spend one hour with the beautiful creatures while taking photos, watch the Juveniles play as well as learning more about their interesting lifestyle pattern in the wild.
The price cost of Rwanda gorilla trekking permit postCOVID19.
The gorilla trekking permit postCOVID19 costs 1500 USD per person for all foreign non-Residents. Ever since 2017 when the Rwanda gorilla permit was raised from 700 USD to 1500 USD Per person, the country has transitioned into a rewarding luxury gorilla trekking safari destination. The percent increase was intended to promote and conserve the endangered creatures for sustainable gorilla tourism as support the local community close to the park.
We advise travelers to book their Rwanda gorilla trekking permit at least 6 months prior to the date of travel. This is due to competition during the dry season which is at the same time the best time to go gorilla trekking in Rwanda and it is the peak season. The gorilla trekking permit tend to be very competitive on a high demand thus they are easily sold out. It is also important to note that there are about 12 gorilla families ready for tourism in the volcanoes national park and only a maximum of 8 people is allowed to encounter with the mountain gorilla family per day.
For information regarding your postCOVID19 gorilla safari in Rwanda, free feel to contact our reservation team to organize and help to customize your gorilla tour for the long-lasting memories in the land of a thousand hills. Send us an inquiry at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on +256-700135510 or Tel +256-414699459