Primate trekking Rwanda is one of the leading tourism activity currently because of its popularity and the increased love from trekkers. It should be noted that with a wide range of various attractions, primate tracking has for the past years proved to be the most liked activity and this explains why the country is the most preferred when it comes a true natural experience with the primates.
When we talk about primate trekking, we mean moving through thick forests in Rwanda searching for mountain gorillas, chimpanzees and the golden monkeys. For those interested in getting closer to these hard-to find apes, this safari can serve you the best with a thrilling experience. Spend about 3 days in this East African country and trust me, your life will never be the same as you look at some of the adventurous things you have been reading about. A classical touch to your trip by our well trained staff will be enough to make you feel at home.
Gorilla and golden monkey tracking in Rwanda is carried out from the tropical rainforests of Volcanoes National Park while as chimpanzee trekking is done from Nyungwe National Park. Meanwhile as your tracking these primates, there will be other interesting encounters with other wild animals which also stay in the forests. You should not worry about that since you will move with well trained guides and rangers who will make sure that you are safe. The different species of birds in the forests will make you adventure safari more colorful especially for those who love birds. Volcanoes national park is estimated to have over 400 bird species in this can serve birders best as they view them including the rare ones.
Alternatively, a visitor may decide to supplement his primate tour with other enchanting activities like cultural walks and a city tour. Well, this is obviously possible but it greatly depends on the number of days one wants to spend in the country and the amount of money he/she has. A drive through Rwanda’s capital city Kigali is a lifetime experience as you witness some of the old-fashioned buildings that make the city to look stunning and African. You can also extend your city tour to Rwanda Genocide Memorial centre where you will see some of the remains of the genocide which claimed both people’s lives and property. All the above additional activities can help to make a primate safari to Rwanda more fun and even give a visitor to have something extraordinary.