Lets Go Tours Rwanda is one of the longest established safari outfitters based in Rwanda. We offer gorilla tours in Rwanda, Uganda and Congo at very competitive rates for all types of travelers to the best safari lodges. We also arrange tailor made wildlife tours to other East African destinations to cover Kenya Tanzania and Burundi.

Lets Go Tours Rwanda offers you the opportunity to visit the misty rain forest of Rwanda and go gorilla trekking through dense forest on the slopes of the Virunga volcano in search for mountain gorillas with overnight at some of the best accommodations within your budget. All tours are led by experienced guides who share a wealth of knowledge on the surrounding flora and fauna.



3 Days gorilla tour Rwanda to Volcanoes national park taking you to trek with gorillas face to face in the jungle & Gisozi Genocide site.


4 Days Uganda safari starting from Kigali to Uganda for gorilla trekking in Bwindi and wildlife viewing along the Kazinga channel

8 Days Uganda Primates safari offering – gorilla trekking in Bwindi, chimpanzee tracking in Kibale & wildlife viewing in Queen Elizabeth NP

gorilla tracking rwanda

With the rise of the gorilla permit price to $1500, Uganda gorilla permit offer you affordable 1, 2, 3 Days gorilla safaris to Bwindi

5 Days mount Nyiragongo hiking starting from Rwanda to Congo for gorilla tracking in Virunga national park.


10 Days best of Rwanda Congo safari offering an action packed itinerary including gorilla tracking, nyiragongo hiking, chimps trekking.


Mountain gorilla in Rwanda are found in high-altitude dense bamboo rain forests of the Virunga highlands with gorilla families living along slopes dormant volcanoes of mount Karisimbi, Bisoke and Muhabura volcanoes. By the nature of the terrain of the gorilla habitant, trekkers are expected to have some level of fitness to hike upto the gorillas. Be realistic about your fitness and be sure to let your guide know so he helps you request an “easier” trek to a closer family of gorillas or medium steep trek.

Just like man, gorillas are very sociable, living in strong-bonded families/tribes ranging from 10 to 40 individual gorillas of different ages and sex, headed by a dominant silverback gorilla (oldest adult male, with a grey silver hair of the back)

Gorilla safaris depart daily in groups of 8 tourists led by a head guide in search for your gorillas group / troop. Gorillas are module and keep moving from place to place in search for food. A troop of mountain gorillas can have a territory of up to 15 square miles and don’t often meet other groups while in the same habitat. Families of gorillas generally spend their day, feeding, playing and grooming one another and take naps.

A trek to see Mountain Gorillas takes you just inches away from the magnificent creatures, its quite mesmerizing watching their social behavior – how they are so close to human qualities is one of the most humbling and astonishing wildlife experiences ever.