Best Long Rwanda Gorilla Safaris & Tours

Long Rwanda Gorilla Safaris & Tours are perfect Rwanda Gorilla Trekking Packages for tourists who would want to spend more time in Rwanda. These tours are customized to offer the Rwanda Gorilla Tours as well as other Tour activities.

On a Rwanda Gorilla Safari, the holiday includes a visit to other destinations like Nyungwe Forest National Park and Akagera National Park. The activities that can be done include Rwanda Wildlife Tours, canopy walks, birding, and several other activities. These Long Rwanda Gorilla Safaris run from 5 Days to 10 Days.

These Long vacations are perfect for tourists who would want to spend more time in Rwanda and enjoy the beauty of the land of a thousand hills. Check out here our well-tailored Rwanda Gorilla Trekking packages and choose a suitable one or talk to us to customize your desired trip.

Gorilla Trek at Volcanoes National Park, Rwanda

Long Rwanda Gorilla Safari Packages


6 Days Rwanda Tour offers a Gorilla trekking tour to Volcanoes National Park as well as Chimpanzee trekking in Nyungwe Forest National Park. 6 Days Rwanda Gorilla and Chimpanzee trekking tour offer memorable tracking experiences.

Nyakagezi Gorilla Family in Mgahinga.

The 11 Days Uganda and Rwanda Safari (Watching The Great Apes). This Uganda and Rwanda Safari includes Watching Gorillas, Chimpanzees & Wildlife Game Viewing. Set out on a once-in-a-lifetime adventure across the lush hills of Uganda and Rwanda

silverback gorillas

An Exclusive Gorilla Trek Rwanda and the Masai Mara Safari in Kenya: A Customized Safari in Rwanda and Kenya. Combine two of East Africa’s most iconic wildlife experiences on a trip that includes gorilla trekking in Rwanda’s Volcanoes National Park.

Gorilla Habituation Experience Safaris Bwindi: Reviewed Guide

14 days Uganda Rwanda Tanzania Safari is a classical adventure expedition to Tanzania through Rwanda. This Uganda Rwanda Tanzania Safari Package is unique in nature as it grants a great opportunity for travelers to experience Uganda’s gorillas at Bwindi Impenetrable