Xiaolei_TravelFollow the guide to deep trails of mountain gorillas in the Volcanoes National Park, on the border between Rwanda and Congo. The park is spread around half the world in the silverback mountain gorillas, it is really cool to get close to the gorillas in the primeval forest, we found this family called Guhonda, the silverback brother is really nice, and the four months of the little gorillas, super cute. The price of $1,500 per person may be the most expensive hike in the world, and when the extinct mountain silverback gorilla appears in front of all but silent appreciation, filming, that feeling is unparalleled. We set out at 6am on our way to the visitor center, and it seemed like everyone was expecting mountain gorillas, who used to be in a car that was just sleeping upside down, instead of laughing. 1,500 dollars an hour. It was probably the most expensive Safari in the world. This is a magical experience that I have never forgotten. There are fewer than 1,000 mountain gorillas in the world, living in high altitudes of the Virunga mountains where the Congo, Uganda and Rwanda meet. Poaching, war, viruses, and deforestation have squeezed the mountain gorillas' living space. All parties have worked together to establish mountain gorilla sanctuary in three countries, Congo, Uganda and Rwanda. To raise funds, three countries have launched ecotourism projects to track mountain gorillas. The country is currently mainly tracking gorillas in Rwanda and Uganda, as a result of the successive wars in Congo. Rwanda Volcano National Park is part of the Velonga volcano group in Rwanda. The volcano group is huge, spanning three countries, including five extinct volcanoes: Muhabura, Sabyinyo, Gahinga, Karisimbi and Bisoke. Rwanda Volcano National Park (Volcanic National Park), a rainforest in northwest Rwanda, is the main habitat for mountain gorillas and a highly integrated mountain ecosystem including evergreen, bamboo, grassland, marsh, evergreen shrubs and so on.
Musanze Running: Not Recommended, Cycling: Suitable
Rwanda IbyIwacu Folk Village
also has tourist attractions in Rwanda, this folk village IbyIwacu. But if you understand their story, you will know that many of the villagers here are the king of the forest. They live on the forest and are the hunters of the forest. They hunted the animals and hunt the elephant orangutans to make money for the whites. But now they have established the Iby'Iwacu Folk Village with the help of the government. They have turned from poachers into service agents and sold hand-made handicrafts. The money earned is used to protect those who have been used by us. Hunting animals.
Maybe this is the most interesting tourist attraction I have ever seen. Here you can learn about the life of Rwandans, see the beautiful dance, don't be sure to buy some crafts, the price is very fair.