Hiking to the Dian Fossey tomb in Rwanda
Hiking to the Dian Fossey tomb in Rwanda, Dian Fossey is an important person in the history of Rwanda and mountain gorilla conservation. She is famous for her great gorilla work in the land of a thousand hills. She first visited in the 1963 and went on to study mountain gorillas for over 18 years. Throughout her work she created a continued awareness of the mountain gorilla conservation and their vulnerability.
Dian Fossey made some enemies for herself due to her consistent protection of the gorilla species, hence later on she was murdered in cold blood, her death to date remains a mystery. The American primatologist was buried next to the gorilla she loved the most in the national park at the Karismbi Research Center.
Hiking to the Dian Fossey tomb. Dian Fossey’s great gorilla works have been carried on by researchers, the government of Rwanda, and many private entities. The trek is away of paying tribute to the late. Preparing for the trek requires you to assemble at the park headquarters for a morning briefing from the rangers. To do the hike, you will need to buy permits to engage in the activity.
Volcanoes National Park is home to the critically endangered species of the mountain gorilla beringei. Visit the Iby’iwacu community in Rwanda. People live around the premises of the park zone, they are said to have been poachers but later embraced tourism, enjoy their dance performance, indulge into culture and the community at large. You will be shown how the kings and Queens lived in the past Rwandan society participate in the cooking and preparing the local dishes.
Golden monkey tracking is not to miss while on a visit to the Volcanoes national park. They are critically endangered species of the virunga volcanic region. They live within the bamboo forest region. They are so fast in that if you intend to take pictures it is important to set your cameras all ready. The park can be visited all throughout the year.