Travel and discover the Eastern part of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) with Go Gorilla Trekking. The Eastern part of Congo offers a lot of amazing adventure activities;

  • Track the endangered mountain gorillas in the Virunga National Park, Africa’s oldest national park
  • Climb the Nyiragongo Volcano in Goma and admire a lake of red hot lava inside the crater.
  • Take a boat trip on Lake Kivu from Goma to Bukavu with a short stop in Idjwi island.
  • Visit the Okapi Antelopes in Epulu. Congo is the only country in the world where you will find the rare Okapi.
  • Track the Eastern lowland gorillas in Kahuzi Biega National Park,
  • Cruise on the River Congo in a wooden boat, from Kisangani to Kinshasa and admire the immense Congo rainforest.
  • Cultural Tours – Visit pygmies and meet Congolese local people. Learn their cultures, their simple way of life, and how they survived in the two wars in which 4.000.000 people lost their lives.

2 Days Virunga Gorilla

Are you in need of a cheap, short mountain gorilla trip in Africa? Visit the Senkwekwe Gorilla Orphanage and Track gorillas in Virunga NP. READ MORE:

3 Days Nyiragongo trek

Climb the active Nyiragongo volcano to witness the red hot fuming lava lake. You will see rare birds species and small mammals along the trail. READ MORE:

4 Days Gorillas & Chimps

Start your trip with a Kigali City tour before relocating to Virunga National Park for Mountain Gorilla Trekking and Chimpanzee tracking. READ MORE:

5 Days Kahuzi Biega Lowland Gorillas

Branch off to the Rwandan National Museum, See the largest lowland gorilla family in the mountainous jungle area of Kahuzi Biega NP. READ MORE:

5 Days Gorilla & Nyiragongo Hike

Visit the Gisozi Genocide Memorial Site on the Kigali City tour, trek Mountain Gorillas in the Virungas. Admire a lake of lava at Nyiragongo. READ MORE:

8 Days Okapis & Pygmies

Track okapis, the shy closest giraffe relatives and reclusive forest dwellers. Interact with the Bambuti pygmies in hunting and fruit gathering. READ MORE:

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