The mountains of Virunga that form a boarder point of the countries of Rwanda, DR Congo and Uganda support a count of 480 mountain gorillas which is more than half of the global population of mountain gorillas. The other section of mountain gorillas (400) is known to thrive in the Bwindi Impenetrable National Park of Uganda. Rwanda features one gorilla protected area destination in the names of Volcanoes National Park which apparently supports a count of ten (10) groups of gorillas habituated for gorilla safaris in Rwanda
Taking a look into the gigantic silverback’s eyes and the silverback itself looking convinced that you are another member sheds off the anxiety that you would have accumulated during the trekking experience. It can be acknowledged that gorilla trekking safari which is now listed as the greatest African safari is a prime lifetime encounter that is beyond traditional wildlife viewing.
- Rwanda Gorilla Trekking Safaris
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