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I chose to climb Mount Sabyinyo as I wanted to put a foot into the Congo - for most of my life it appears to have been off limits and someone I spoke to near the border who just came back said it was "terrifying...More
We stayed here before and the day after we went to do a gorilla tracking. It takes 30/45 to get the tracking base. The people was very friendly and helpful. The price is good comparing to the charm hotels and is in the middle of...More
Gahinga climbing was excellent, well prepared by personnel, with well prepared sents, pretty expensive, take good shoes, I had also gloves very helpful for climbing down the wooden ladders, take enough water and good lunch, don't panic when breathing starts more difficult, just rest often...More
The weather has been so favorable for both hikers and trekkers; as of the seasonal discount for gorilla permits, it has attracted a great number of bookings I suppose. Of course, the rain forest does have surprises for you, for every step taken. That is...More
I viewed the Virunga volcanic ranges from a distance when I visited Rushaga and Kisoro with family during the recent christmas break. The ranges are spectacular and offer a most amazing scenary from a distance. I plan on climbing these ranges next year but a...More
Visiting gorillas is an amazing eperience and worth every $750 for the privilege. Be prepared for a minimum of one hour hike through mud, steep slopes, and dense bamboo forest. Some of our friends went for an "easy" hike and they end up walking close...More