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Our 3 Days Lowland Gorilla Trekking Safari will lead you to Eastern part of Congo to Kahuzi Beiga National Park, Lowland gorillas are a sister type of the mountain gorilla except that these live within the lowland areas, they are less furred compared to the Mountain gorilla and brown skinned. Enquire Now The eastern lowland gorilla is considered to be the largest of all the gorilla species present in the world.

3 Days Lowland Gorilla Trekking Safari

Tour Highlight

  • Gorilla Trekking

Detailed Itinerary

Day 1: Arrival and Transfer to Kahuzi Beiga National Park

You will be welcomed by our company representative from Kigali, through the southern province of Kigali, we will have a stopover at the Nyanza province for a visit to the old ancient kingdom of the Rwanda kings, the architectural design is super amazing, proceed in Butare for lunch and transfer to Bukavu Congo, dinner and staying overnight

Hotel Horizon

Meal Plan: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 2: Gorilla Trekking

Following breakfast you will be transferred to the park headquarters, you will be briefed by park ranger after which we head into the national park in search of the primates, the trek offers you a chance to view the un popular gorilla species that are not usually visited, it takes +/-4 hours’ drive to meet the gorilla species, and later we will visit the Tshibati waterfalls, returning for dinner and staying overnight at

Hotel Horizon

Meal Plan: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 3: Departure

Morning breakfast after which we will transfer to Kigali international airport for our departure.

The 3 Days Lowland Gorilla Trekking Safari includes;

  • Full board meals.
  • English speaking guide.
  • Park entrance and conservation fees.
  • All ground transportation inclusive of fuel.
  • Gorilla permit.
  • Border crossing fees.


  • Gratuities.
  • All activities non mentioned in the travel plan.
  • Laundry Services.
  • Extra expenses as a result of situations beyond our control.
  • Items of personal nature.
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