How to deal with life after a Safari to Rwanda

How to deal with life after a Safari to Rwanda

How to deal with life after a Safari to Rwanda

August 21, 2015
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How to deal with life after a Safari to Rwanda
To many tourists, life after a safari to Rwanda is a horrible experience as they are exposed to moments of total boredom. This is simply because their encounters on a trip to Rwanda keeps on reflecting back in their minds. Few can handle this situation s many have ended up making repeated visits to this wonderful nature given country. The adventure one enjoys while in the thick forests of Rwanda leaves him/her wanting more as he/she gets to have a glance at some of the rare creatures and wonderful sceneries. I had a chance of guiding one visitor on a 1 day gorilla tracking safari to Volcanoes National Park. We found one gorilla family in the heart of the forest and we spent an hour with the primates. I thought this was enough time for him to appreciate the experience but to my surprise as we were moving back the lodge, he requested that we should adjust his itinerary and extend his stay at the park. He wanted to spend more time with the gorillas for at least 3 days. I had to fight hard and meet his request and we immediately arranged this as he had suggested. I made a conclusion that some tourists leave the country wanting to have more of its tourism fraternities.

However, there are some ways through which one can end this boredom after a safari to Rwanda. One of them is by taking clear photos while on a safari. This can help someone to have a visual reflect of what he experienced while in this hilly country. The same applies to video coverage. The moment one feels like reflecting back on what he experienced, he/she just plays the video and all gets fine.

Another way is by traveling with friends. Come on a tour with some friends, two or more so that you all have the same experience. Whenever you get bored after the safari, you try to talk with them and have a conversation about your experience in the country.

Am sure using any of the above solutions can kill the boredom after a safari completely and you will have no regret of visiting Rwanda.