Your tailor-made safari holiday to Rwanda

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This four night itinerary is designed to be a short trip to track the mountain gorillas in Volcanoes National Park. The trip allows two opportunities for gorilla trekking, for those who want to spend extra time with these bewitching animals. This trip makes an excellent combination with a more traditional safari in Kenya or Tanzania, or a beach break extension in the Seychelles or Zanzibar.

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Day 1

Catch your overnight flight from Philadelphia International Airport to Kigali

Day 2

1 night at Kigali Serena Hotel | Kigali

Upon arrival at Kigali Airport you will be met by a member of the Mahlatini team who will transfer you by road to your hotel.

Room Type: Standard Room Meal Basis: BB Bed and Breakfast

Day 3 - 5

3 nights at Sabyinyo Silverback Lodge | Volcanoes National Park

This morning you will be met at your hotel and transferred by road to your lodge near the Volcanoes National Park where you will partake in 2 x gorilla treks and 1 x golden monkey trek.

Room Type: Cottage Meal Basis: AI All Inclusive

Day 6

Today you will be met by your private driver who will transfer you by road to Kigali Airport where you will connect with your onward flight home.

Tailor-made itinerary from $10,220 pp

Includes

  • International flights from Philadelphia International Airport
  • Accommodation as specified
  • Meals as specified
  • All scheduled safari activities offered by the camps or lodges
  • Road transfers as detailed in the itinerary
  • Two gorilla trekking permits
  • Golden Money Trek

Excludes

  • Gratuities
  • Personal travel insurance
  • Any additional activities not offered as scheduled by the camps or lodges
  • Visas and visa fees where relevant
  • Beverages

Flights

  • Outward Flight:
  • Overnight from Philadelphia International Airport to Kigali
  • Return Flight:
  • Overnight from Kigali to Philadelphia International Airport

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