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3 Days Kahuzi-Biega

3 Days
  • Moderate Fitness levels required
  • Gorilla Tracking Permits are pre-booked in advance
  • 15
  • 75

Overview

The Kahuzi-Biega National Park is a protected area near Bukavu town in eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo. It is situated near the western bank of Lake Kivu and the Rwandan border. With an area of 6,000 square kilometres (2,300 sq mi), Kahuzi-Biega is one of the biggest national parks in the country. Set in both mountainous and lowland terrain, it is one of the last refuges of the rare species of Eastern lowland gorilla

Highlights

  • Low-Land Gorilla Tracking

Itinerary

This morning, you will be picked up from Kamembe airstrip and cross- the boarder to Congo.
This afternoon, you will have a guided walk in the area and relax at your lodge

This morning, we transfer to the park headquarters of Kahuzi Biega National Park for briefing and thereafter transfer for the Low land gorilla adventure carrying your picnic lunch.
You will thereafter drive back to Rwanda, for overnight in Cyangugu area.

Drive to Kigali Airport for your flight out.

Inclusions & Exclusions

Inclusions

  • This tour is tailor-made as required.

Exclusions

  • This tour is tailor-made as required.
Health

Visitors from or passing through a yellow fever and cholera zone (most of tropical Africa and South America) may be able to produce a valid International Certificate of Vaccination.

Make sure your Yellow Fever vaccination is up to date before arriving in Uganda. Air travellers who only pass through the airports of such a zone are exempt from the requirement. It is also advised that all travellers be vaccinated against Meningitis, Typhoid and Hepatitis.

As this is a malaria zone, visitors should also take prophylactics against malaria although the best way to avoid catching malaria is to avoid bites by using mosquito repellent and sleeping under a mosquito net. For your own comfort take a mosquito repellent. Mosquito nets are provided in most hotels, lodges and camps. Precautions should be taken against malaria both when visitors are in the country, and when they return home. It is advisable to drink only bottled water and avoid swimming in ponds and still water pools. Desist from taking tap water.

Taking Photos

Please remember we are guests in the countries we visit and respect local customs and feelings. Certain tribes do not allow their picture taken so please ask your guides before photographing whether it is permissible or not. You may also have to pay a nominal fee to take photos of some local people.

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3 Days Kahuzi-Biega
  • Moderate Fitness levels required
  • Gorilla Tracking Permits are pre-booked in advance
  • 15
  • 75
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