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Congo, Uganda & Rwanda Gorilla Trekking Safaris, Wildlife Safaris, Chimps Tracking & Vacation Holidays

African safaris are not a passive experience. It isn’t just about glimpsing wildlife. You’re enveloped in their untamed world, absolutely surrounded by the drama and charm of the planet’s greatest theater; every angle is unique and each moment personalized. Allow Trek Gorilla safari experts to handcraft your perfect immersion, bringing harmonic luxury to the natural wonder, and tailoring your dream Rwanda & Uganda safari.

The adventure stories you take back home after a wildlife safari in any of the three countries is one you'll not be able to compare to any other African safari. Uganda, Rwanda tourism is very fresh, new and haven't been tapped by the international travellers. Eastern DR Congo is something else considering for many years the region had been characterised by political instability but now well protected. These regions offer great private safaris because there is less travel traffic compared to the neighboiring Kenya or Tanzania. Do you want to envoke those exhilating travel emotions? Consider going for a gorilla tracking safari in Uganda or Rwanda. Want to spend more time off the beaten track? A wildlife Safari in Uganda's Queen Elizabeth National Park, Murchison Falls National Park or Rwanda's Akagera National Park are well recommended.

Our Safari packages are mostly tailored to your requirements taking in consideration your travel time, accommodation budget, availability of gorilla permits, safari park entrance fees, the weather patterns and your budget. Our safari experts make it a point to listen to you first and give the best suggestion considering.

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Uganda is a landlocked country in East Africa whose diverse landscape encompasses the snow-capped Rwenzori Mountains and immense Lake Victoria. Its abundant wildlife includes chimpanzees as well as rare birds. Remote Bwindi Impenetrable National Park is a renowned mountain gorilla sanctuary. Murchison Falls National Park in the northwest is known for its 43m-tall waterfall and wildlife such as hippos.

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Mountain Gorilla Trekking Safaris in Volcanoes National Park and scenic wildlife safaris in Rwanda

Rwanda is where you can trek to come face to face with wild mountain gorilla. And, for many, that is thrill enough. Yet Rwanda, has a lot more to beat its chest about. You can explore the natural wonders of unspoiled rainforests or relax on the shores of translucent-blue Lake Kivu. In many ways, Rwanda safaris holidays offer every facet of the perfect African safari adventure. Green and mountainous, this small central African nation packs in an astonishing array of jaw-dropping scenery, ecodiversity and leisure activities. From the friendly buzz of downtown Kigali city to the jungles and big-game savannah of the world-class National Parks, Rwanda safaris make your perfect African holiday.

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Uganda & Rwanda's most famous residents are the critically endangered mountain gorillas, of which half the world's surviving population lives in Uganda's Bwindi Impenetrable Forest and the other half in the Virunga Mountain ranges in Congo and Rwanda's National Des Volcans. Aside from gorillas, chimps, and the Big Five, accessible and affordable Uganda is also the much-sought-after source of the Nile River, as mythical as ever – now for its whitewater rafting and kayaking.

Most people know Rwanda for all the wrong reasons: war, poverty, political instability, and tragedy. Few know how far it has come in a very short time. The new Rwanda is one of reconciliation, recovery, and renewal, much of it built from travellers eager to explore and understand. Home to a staggeringly beautiful landscape of grassy slopes and misty mountains that shield shy mountain gorillas from all but the most curious travellers, Rwanda is rewriting its troubled history one visa at a time. Come write a brighter future.


From the art deco buildings of Bukavu to the gaseous waters of Lake Kivu, DR Congo holidays are always unexpected and there’s no finer example than Kahuzi-Biega National Park. This protected haven contains some of the world’s rarest animals and spotting an Eastern Lowland gorilla can be just as exciting as clambering up the side of Mount Nyiragongo, one of the world’s most active volcanoes.