Rwanda, a leading gorilla safari destination in Africa changed its gorilla safari market to only Luxury after the increase of gorilla permits from US$750 to US$1500 but still the country is incredible for all kinds of travelers. The Rwanda gorilla permits price change that aimed at more conservation effort of wildlife and primate as well as developing the local communities around Volcanoes national Park was not pleasing to many budget travelers who had hope in tracking mountain gorillas in Rwanda but it created opportunities for travelers to discover two different great gorilla destinations at ago that is Rwanda and Uganda.
Fly to Rwanda & Track Gorillas in Uganda
Travelers who fly to Rwanda and track gorillas in Uganda enjoy the beautiful attractions of both countries hence carrying home a bunch of memories and stories to tell. Rwanda Uganda gorilla safari tours are very flexible and amazing because it involves driving less and exploring more. This is a new travel trend for travelers who want to explore Rwanda and Uganda on gorilla and wildlife safari tours.Usaually tourists are picked up from Kigali international airport by their trip organizer nd explore Kigali city before crossing the boarder to Bwindi forest for gorilla tracking, wildlife viewing in Queen Elizabeth National Park, before returning back to Rwanda for chimpanzee trekking in Nyungwe and also spend some time in leisure at Lake Kivu.
During the safari you will find that all the destinations are awesome and if money and time permits , it would be good to go on safari to Uganda and Rwanda.Looking at the endless views in the land of thousand hills –Rwanda make all the drives in the country scenic, the city organization and rich Rwanda culture take you close to the local life of Rwanda people and same applies when you cross the border of Gatuna to Uganda for gorilla trekking in Bwindi impenetrable national park. After the trek, an afternoon with the Batwa people of the forest who still behave and live in the ancient world is another bonus for tracking gorillas in Uganda.
Above all, travellers on different safari to Uganda and Rwanda believe that Rwanda gorilla permit increase was another way of telling them to explore more other destinations unlike Rwanda alone.”We wouldn’t have known how it feels to track gorillas in Uganda and also to explore other beautiful tourism attractions like Lake Bunyonyi, Queen Elizabeth, Kibale forest and Murchison falls because our centre of interest was just Rwanda before” says Keen Myles one of the travelled enjoying his 15 day trip in Uganda and Rwanda. Surely Uganda and Rwanda has a lot to offer for those ready to experience the extra ordinary any time soon.