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Rwanda "the land of thousand hills"  there is no better way to describe the abundant beauty of Rwanda than Church hill did. Rwanda is such a small country, relatively smaller than Scotland but beaming with all nature’s beauty, wonderful people, culture, and wildlife including the most endangered primate species; mountain gorillas. safari packages with Broveny Safaris are carefully planned into well crafted itineraries explaining day by day programs and activities giving you a real feeling of a safari holiday in Rwanda. We can tailor make any safari to suit your preferences.


2 Days Rwanda Gorilla trekking Safari

Embark on the 2 days Grilla trekking experience in the Volcanoes national park

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3 Days Rwanda Gorilla trekking Safari

A magical trek in to the jungles of volcanoes national park will leave you mesmirised.

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4 Days Rwanda Primates & Wildlife Safari

Embark on the 5 Days unforgettable Primates trekking and the wildlife experience in the home of thousand hills.. 

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4 Days Rwanda Gorillas & Nyungwe NP Safari

Trek these habituated Gorillas and Chimpanzees in their natural habits and take back the memories.

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3 Days Uganda Gorilla trekking Safari from Rwanda

A magical trek in to the jungles of Bwindi Impenetrable forest national park will leave you mesmirised.

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4 Days Nyungwe and Lake Kivu Safaris

The 4 days Safali takes you to the hallmark of the Africa’s largest protected mountain rain forest; Nyungwe National Park. 

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8 Days Gorilla  Trekking & Wildlife Safari

Come face to face with the tree-climbing lions of Ishasha during the game drives and big concentrations of hippos during a boat ride on the Kazinga channel... 

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10 Days Best of Rwanda

Our Magical 10 days wildlife explorations start from one of the cleanest cities in Africa through the country’s only safari park not to mention the magnificent Nyungwe 

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Things to Know

Best Time to Trek Gorillas

Gorilla trekking safaris can be done throughout the year. The hiking itself can be more arduous in the rainy seasons from April – May and in November, but at an altitude of 2000m and more, it can of course rain here at any time of the year. The most popular times for gorilla tracking are during the drier months, between December and February, and from about June to mid-September  

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Booking a Gorilla Permit 

To trek any Gorilla family in Uganda or Rwanda, you need a valid Gorilla permit. This is a document or a card issued by Uganda Wildlife Authority or Rwanda Development Board that allows any traveler  to trek the Gorillas.

At Broveny Safaris, we save you that hustle and book a Gorilla permit on your behalf. We normally advise tourists to book the permits several months in advance      (4 - 5 months) before your visit. 

These Gorilla permits are very competitive most especially during peak seasons of...

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What should I pack?

To prepare for the trek, it helps to familiarize yourself with the landscape and altitude that you'll encounter. Since Gorilla trekking involves a lot of walking or hiking on rough, mountainous terrain, a tracker is advised to pack hiking comfortable shoes, a raincoat, hat/hood, long-sleeved shirts and trousers, a backpack, enough water and food, a good camera that can take stunning photos in dim light without a flash. The experience requires a fair fitness level as you will be hiking in humid conditions through thick vegetation and along steep, at times rather muddy, mountain tracks. 

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General Gorilla trekking Rules

If you are planning to do a gorilla tour in Uganda or Rwanda soon; it is good to have an idea of the tracking rules and regulations that apply when finally gorilla trekking in the forest and more so when you encounter the mountain gorillas.      
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