There are a few factors which will affect the prices of a Rwanda Safari:
- Time of the year (in high season, the safari cost will be high)
- Numbers of people you’re traveling with
- The types of accommodation you choose
- And, the types of safaris you want to experience
COST OF GORILLA TREKKING
If you’re interested in Gorilla Trekking, you need to have a permit. The rate for a gorilla permit is from $1500 onwards, pp. (approx.) Visitors can easily avail the permits by contacting the Rwanda Development Board.
East African and Rwandan citizens pay 7.5 US dollars, and children between the ages of 6 and 12 pay 4 US dollars. International tourists are charged $50, while children are charged $30.
The entrance fees for locals are $20 and $40 for international visitors.
Locals are charged $25-$30 while international visitors pay $50-$55.
The entrance fee for locals is $20-$25 and for international tourists is $35-$40.
COSTS OF ACCOMMODATIONS
Rwanda provides a varied experience in terms of accommodations. Let’s look at the approximate prices:
- Luxury Accommodation – Rates start from $800 - $1200, per person, per night.
- Midrange accommodation – Prices begin from $600 - $900, per person, per night.
- Budget Accommodation - Rates begin from $450 - $650, per person, per night.