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Volcanoes National Park - Rwanda Gorilla Safaris

Volcanoes National Park is situated in the Virunga Mountains in northwest Rwanda. The Virunga Mountains, among the highest in Africa, are home to the rare mountain gorilla. Gorilla trekking safaris are the park's primary attraction, but the region is also home to a diverse range of wildlife aside from the gorillas, including buffalo, hyena, duika and the rare golden monkey.

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Featured itineraries

Gorilla Weekend Rwanda

Visit the Mountain Gorillas of Rwanda and explore the Parc National des Volcans. This gorilla safari itinerary makes for a great short-break holiday, and combines wonderfully with a longer Rwanda or East Africa safari itinerary.

Destination

  • Rwanda

Experience

  • Safari and Wildlife Holidays
  • Honeymoons and Weddings

Prices from£3389 pp

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Accommodation

Five Volcanoes Boutique Hotel

Five Volcanoes Boutique Hotel is located within Kinigi district, just outside Volcanoes National Park and approx. 3 hours drive from Kigali.

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Mountain Gorilla View Lodge

Mountain Gorilla View Lodge is situated just outside Kinigi National Park, in the Virunga Mountain Range. It offers great mountain views and simple but comfortable accommodation for guests on gorilla safaris.

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Sabyinyo Silverback Lodge

Sabyinyo Silverback Lodge is arguably the finest lodge in the region of Volcanoes National Park, offering a wonderful location in the foothills of Mount Sabyinyo, and luxurious accommodation.

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Virunga Lodge

Virunga Lodge is a stylish eco-lodge with a stunning location just outside Volcanoes National Park, Rwanda. Perched on a high ridge, it enjoys marvelous views of Lakes Burera and Ruhondo, and of the region's famous volcanoes.

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