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10 reasons why you should go gorilla trekking in the Volcanoes National Park

25 October 2016
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Volcanoes National Park is situated in Rwanda - and is also home to other wildlifes such as golden monkey, spotted hyena, buffaloes, elephants and bushbuck.

Other actives in the park includes - Musanze Caves, Buhanga Ecopark, iby’iwacu  Cultural village and visit the famous Dian Fossey Tomb.

If you’re planning on visiting Volcanoes National Park, here are 10 reasons why Gorilla trekking in the Volcanoes National Park should be on top of your bucket list.    



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regram @natgeo Photo by @FransLanting “Motherhood Matters” Her name is Kabatwa. It took us hours of hiking through steep cloud forest to find her and her family in Rwanda’s Volcanoes National Park. But when we did, we were treated to an unforgettable experience. Twins are extremely rare in mountain gorillas. They’ve been recorded only five times in the last 40 years. Fewer than 800 mountain gorillas survive in the wild, and Kabatwa has a unique opportunity to contribute to their future. We salute the superb rangers and guides in the national park who look after their well being. Please support the people and organizations who make a difference in their survival. Follow me @FransLanting to see more intimate encounters with our next of kin. @natgeotravel @natgeocreative @thephotosociety @world_wildlife @thewcs #MountainGorilla #Gorilla #Rwanda #VolcanoesNationalPark #Mother #Baby #Twins

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