Congo Gorilla Tours
Welcome to Congo Gorilla Tours, a comprehensive tour operator specializing in organizing gorilla trekking and adventure safaris in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Book mountain gorilla tours to the Virunga, Nyiragongo Hikes, Lowland gorilla tracking in the Kahuzi Biega National Park, Rwenzori Trekking & More!
Our tours are carefully crafted to include the best attractions and adventure activities the region has to offer. We also organise memorable safaris that extend to Rwanda & Uganda. We will give you some of your the greatest life-time experiences including gorilla trekking, chimpanzee tracking, hiking tours, nature and inter-cultural learning, village stays, educational visits, interactive expeditions and more.
Our safaris are for the adventure seekers and we cater for all budget levels. We also provide an efficient and knowledgeable tailor-made service for both individual and group travelers interested in personalized itineraries. Plan with us your trip and enjoy the authentic safari experiences in our Region.
Our tours are available all year round. All our gorilla trips depart from Goma in DR Congo, Gisenyi or Kigali in Rwanda.
Explore Congo – Be amongst the first to arrive
The forests of the Congo Basin comprise the world’s largest rainforests after those of the Amazon Basin. They are the most beautiful and accessible forests of their kind in Africa.
Where the Central African countries of Congo-Brazzaville (also called the Republic of Congo), the Central African Republic and Cameroon meet in their northern, eastern and western sectors, they form a triangle of these precious forests which is protected by the national parks of Nouabale-Ndoki, Dzanga-Ndoki and Lobeke.
While wildlife research in these parks is an important focus, they also provide Africas newest and most adventurous safari for intrepid travelers – access to the worlds only habituated western lowland gorilla silverbacks and their harems; Central Africas highest concentrations of forest elephants; and the BaAka, the Central African indigenous people who serve as gorilla trackers and who are the cornerstones of the gorilla habituation programs.
To spend time in the Congo Basin national parks is to accept that you are paying for the privilege to experience unique wildlife and culture and not for the five-star luxuries your per diem can provide you elsewhere on the African continent.