I am a big believer in the idea of your dreams pursuing you.
Call it weird. But I genuinely feel if you hold an intent to live a spectacular dream and do things with love, that dream hurtles your way.
One such dream of mine is to go on a safari in Rwanda. Out of all the exotic, pristine, brilliant places I’ve seen around the globe I have yet to dive into such a cherished excursion.
So I was not surprised when the awesome folks at Wild Rwanda Safaris reached out to me to take a look at the services they have to offer.
Note; this is a sponsored post but you know by now I only share information here that will help you live your wildest dreams.
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I felt like I was transported to Rwanda on visiting the company website.
The most adorable little gorilla looked me in the eye, goading me to dive a little more deeply into what Wild Rwanda Safaris has to offer. I spied elephants, hippos and jolly Rwandans celebrating life after a minute’s worth of paging through the site.
In essence, I felt like I was there, even though I’m sitting thousands of miles away in Doha, Qatar.
The excursions cover both a wide array of wildlife and different time spans to fit your custom needs.
Whether you want to tour Rwanda, Uganda, the Congo or seek a magical encounter with the legendary mountain gorilla you have a rich selection of experiences to choose from.
- Rwanda Safaris
- Gorilla Safaris
- Congo Safaris
- Uganda Safaris
- Hiking Tours
Tours span from 2 to 10 days. If you only have a few days of precious vacation time set aside for exploring or if you want to schedule the full safari experiences WRS has you covered.
As a world traveler I crave the idea of versatility. Even if I have one particular tour in mind I love having options. Just in case life intervenes and plans change. If your tastes expand or vary this company gives you a collection of fun, inspired experiences for picking and choosing.
Not Just Gorillas
I dig the fact that Wild Rawanda Safaris offers more than gorilla tours for folks who have a hankering for other primates and the diverse array of wildlife present in these regions.
Enjoy the chimpanzee tour, hippos, elephants and other native treats in this lush tropical wilderness.
Have no fear, joint gorilla and chimp fans; 5 day gorilla and chimp tracking and 7 gorilla and chimp safaris can satisfy your hankering for each primate.
Bonus points for the vivid images of each animal on the company website.
If you are an uber thrill seeker tour the active volcano Mount Nyiragongo (pictured below) before seeing the gorillas.
Other Neat Tidbits
The Gorilla packing list detailed on the site caught my eye. This little guide preps clients for their mountain safari, helping you avoid any unforeseen headaches. Nice touch.
For those interested in learning more about Rwanda’s sometimes violent past, tours are available to visit genocide memorial sites. These packages can help you learn more about how this empowered nation of inspired people is transitioning from a nightmarish past to a prospering, new beginning.
I can recommend this company with confidence because of the heavy emphasis placed on responsible tourism.
Wild Rwanda Safaris understands we are guests in the gorilla’s home. Before you hike to see the furry guys and gals (the gorillas, not unshaved tourists) you will be given a list of gorilla trekking do’s and don’ts to ensure the health and safety of both primate and tourist.
2 big thumbs up.
I found it incredibly easy to sift through the robust collection of experiences this company has to offer both short and long term travelers who want an authentic safari experience.
If you want to learn more about the helpful services this growing company has to offer and are all set to design your bucket list safari please visit their website:
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