GORILLA TREKKING


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      Rwanda is blessed to be among the few countries that happen to be a home to  the few remaining mountain gorillas in the world

The habituated gorilla groups are a little easier to reach from Rwanda

 you will experience a life changing and unforgettable moment from tracking these gentle giant species  for the one hour you spend with them as they are fabulous fun to watch while doing their daily activities.

       GUIDELINES:

ü To minimize possible transmission of human diseases, visitors are asked to maintain a distance of 7m (about 22 feet) from the gorillas. If you are sick with a cold, flu or other contagious illness, please do not visit the gorillas.

 

ü  Viewing time is limited to one hour.

 

ü  Maximum 8 visitors per group.

 

ü  Spitting in the park is strictly prohibited.

 

 ü To minimize possible transmission of human diseases, visitors are asked to maintain a distance of 7m (about 22 feet) from the gorillas. If you are sick with a cold, flu or other contagious illness, please do not visit the gorillas.

 

ü  Viewing time is limited to one hour.

 

ü  Maximum 8 visitors per group.

 

ü  Spitting in the park is strictly prohibited.

ü Should you need to cough, cover your mouth and turn away from the gorillas.

ü  Try not to make rapid movements that may frighten the gorillas.

ü   If a gorilla should charge or vocalize at you, do not be alarmed, stand still, look away from the gorilla and follow your guide’s directions.

ü  Do not litter.

ü  Tracking can be done by persons of age 16 and above

 


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