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Green Season (Apr–May & Nov)
Traditional Camps From $11495 (+internal air/permits)
Distinctive Camps From $11995 (+internal air/permits)
Premier Camps From $13495 (+internal air/permits)
Dry Season (Jan–Mar, Jun–Oct & Dec)
Traditional Camps From $11995 (+internal air/permits)
Distinctive Camps From $12495 (+internal air/permits)
Premier Camps From $13995 (+internal air/permits)
Internal Air Cost: $795 per person (this will be listed separately on our invoicing).
Single Occupancy: A single room will add $1795 to $3795 in groups of two or more, or $5995 to $7795 for solo travelers.
Permit Fees: Gorilla and chimp permits are an additional $1800; the price of these permits may change at any time prior to departure.
Deposit: 25% of the extension cost plus full payment of permits (nonrefundable)
Other Notes: Trip prices are per person based on double occupancy and are given in U.S. dollars.
Please read our Payment & Refund Policy here.
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Our Private Leaders
- Trip price includes: Accommodations as noted in your confirmed proposal, services of a private Nat Hab-approved safari guide, services of local guides, lodge staff and gorilla trackers, meals and drinks as specified in your confirmed proposal, airport transfers on Day 1 and final day, all activities and entrance fees as described in the itinerary, all taxes, permits and service fees.
- Internal air cost includes: Scheduled flights and transfers as noted (this will be listed separately on our invoicing).
- Permit fees include: Two gorilla treks and two chimpanzee treks (to be added to your invoice and subject to change through day of departure).
Trekking in search of mountain gorillas is a strenuous activity. This challenging hike through the rain forest usually takes between two and five hours, but it can be as short as 15 minutes or as long as eight hours (on infrequent occasions, we’ve had a few treks take even longer than that). Travelers must be prepared for a full day outdoors in humid or occasionally rainy conditions, as the exact distance to locate the gorillas is impossible to determine ahead of time. The terrain is often uneven as we traverse the forest floor and usually involves a gradual ascent, but we will travel at a pace to accommodate all hikers with a designated porter to assist each traveler.
Travelers are not required to participate in all activities and are welcome to forego any portion of the program, but in order to take full advantage of the itinerary, and in order to view the primates, guests must be able to participate in the hikes. Travelers should be aware that if they turn around due to fatigue, illness or any other reason, the remainder of the group, including the Expedition Leader, will go on. The returning traveler will be escorted by a local guide. Additionally, this trip involves long hours sitting in a vehicle during transfers and sometimes bouncing around on rough roads during wildlife drives. While we don't consider such conditions strenuous, they can post a physical demand on the body. All travelers must be able to climb into and out of the raised 4x4 trucks that serve as our safari vehicles. They must also be able to walk to and from our safari camp accommodations. We recommend that travelers have an adventurous spirit, as they will often enjoy the closest animal encounters.
Important Information About This Trip
To protect your investment and to provide peace of mind while you travel, we also strongly recommend purchasing comprehensive travel insurance. Plans may cover everything from medical treatment to trip cancellations and delays and lost luggage. Please contact our office if you would like more information about the medical evacuation and comprehensive travel insurance policies we offer by calling 800-543-8917.