Parc National des Volcans (PNV) in the north of Rwanda where about 300 mountain gorillas live. There are four habituated gorilla families – Amahoro, Amahoro B, “Group 13”, Sabinyo and Susa – each of the groups allows up to 8 participants per day. You can track gorillas, climb the Visoke volcano, track the golden monkeys or visit the Karisoke Research Centre, which Dian Fossey the famous primatologist set up, or visit local villages.
The tour takes visits to Nyungwe, in South West of Rwanda, a huge afro-montane forest. With over 10000sq.km in size, Nyungwe is the undisputed giant in Central Africa.