Rwanda’s low season discounted gorilla tracking permit, in May 2017 Rwanda Government increased its gorilla tracking permit from $750 to $1500 per person, tracking in the Volcanoes national park. The increment in Rwanda gorilla permit price came with an offer of low season discounts for all tourists and other visitors who want to go for Rwanda gorilla tracking.
For any tourist and visitors visiting Rwanda and you want to get Rwanda low season discounted gorilla Tracking permit, one must visit one of the other national parks in Rwanda which include Akagera National Park or Nyungwe Forest National Park in order to get a 30% discount on Rwanda gorilla trekking permit, other people coming to Rwanda for Conference can also get 15% low season discount if they want to see gorillas in Rwanda’s Volcanoes National Park after their workshops or conferences but remember you must have something to prove that you have been in the workshop or conference.
One of the reasons why Rwanda increase its gorilla permit price, they said that it is because they want to strengthen its conservation and put more effort into the contribution of community development for the people living around Volcanoes parks and improving their livelihood. The government also said that they will increase the revenue sharing to communities around the park from the original 5% up to 10%, this community shared money goes directly to the community projects which include clean water for the locals living around the park, building local community hospitals and schools which is a direct benefit to all locals.
Mountain gorillas are a highly endangered spice that needs combined efforts to protect it and more conservation efforts are in place to make sure that mountain gorillas are safe and protected. The current new 2018 gorilla census shows that the population number of mountain gorillas in Africa has increased from the previous 880 now to 104 combined in the three Gorilla Countries, the mountain gorilla is only found in Volcanoes National Park in Rwanda, Virunga National Park of Congo, and in both Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park and Mgahinga Gorilla National Park of Uganda.
The recent 2018 mountain gorilla census is a very good success story for all conservationists in the whole world who have been taking part in conserving these most endangered mountain gorillas, for free more information about gorilla tracking contact Kisoro Tours Uganda, seeing mountain gorillas in its natural habitat it’s a lifetime experience.
Uganda gorilla tracking permits cost $700 per person in Bwindi forest impenetrable national park or in Mgahinga gorilla national park and in DR-Congo gorilla permit costs only $500 per person tracking in Virunga national park, you can easily book your gorilla tracking safari with Kisoro Tours Uganda at affordable price
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