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Gorilla Trekking Rwanda Tripadvisor – The Best Gorilla Tours in Rwanda, Mountain Gorilla Tour Reviews by happy visitors

Speedway Safaris is a safari company operating Gorilla Trekking Safaris in Rwanda, DR Congo and Uganda at large. Because of our professional handling of the safaris, some of our past happy clients have recognised us by writing good reviews on TripAdvisor. These reviews are a small portion of what defines our services to the company’s beloved customers.

Gorilla Trekking Rwanda TripadvisorBased on these Rwanda TripAdvisor reviews, we relentlessly strive to ensure that our services are improved where we may be low and too maintained where we do our best to satisfy our clients.

Our gorilla trips in Rwanda have been a success which is attributed mainly to our professional tour guides, mechanically stable vehicles and of course our selection of the best accommodation or lodge facilities that the country is proud of.

Rwanda’s tourism is built on its splendid tourists attractions. These include the busiest Volcanoes National Park, a park that facilitate gorilla tracking, golden monkey trekking, Dian Fossey Grave Hike, Volcanic hiking plus the surrounding attraction areas like Musanze Caves and Ibywacu Cultural Village among others.

Other Tourists destinations in the country are; Nyungwe National Park, the habit to chimpanzees and several primate species. The forest also facilitate adventurous canopy walks and nature tours. Lake Kivu, Gishwati-Mukura National Park, Akagera National Park, Kigali City and all its genocide memorial centres and some of the attractions that make Rwanda’s tourism to be among the most amazing on the African continent.

As a Tour Operator, we know every attractions in Rwanda and its the reason we able to do tours and safaris diligently to the satisfaction of our customers.

The government of Rwanda has done a tremendous job in ensuring that the various tourist attractions in the country including the mountain gorillas, chimps, monkeys, water bodies and many more are well conserved and protected for the present and future generations.

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