CAN I SEE GOLDEN MONKEYS IN VOLCANOES NATIONAL PARK-RWANDA
Golden monkey trekking in Rwanda takes place at \and at the same time as gorilla trekking. Golden monkeys’ species are termed endangered primate species, and Volcanoes National Park has two golden monkey families under the habituation process that are ready to be tracked by tourists. Both golden monkey groups have about 80 members.
Rwanda’s golden monkeys stay within the bamboo vegetation at Volcanoes National Park, and golden monkey habituation has helped them overcome their initial shyness, in that they even accept being visited daily by tourists and researchers. golden monkey trekking and gorilla trekking are similar experiences, where the government only accepts a small group of no more than eight people to visit a golden monkey family and spend one hour with these golden monkeys once you find them.
The golden monkey trekking is worth spending your pennies on at Volcanoes National Park if you’re interested in wildlife species; golden monkey experiences are a rare and delightful feeling not to be missed by any traveler. Besides Volcanoes National Park, other golden monkey populations reside in Mgahinga gorilla national park in southwestern Uganda.
Just like in mountain gorilla trekking travelers interested in seeing golden monkeys have to acquire a tracking permit through a registered tour operator, which allows them to access golden monkeys and spend an hour with them in their natural environment. Although golden monkey tracking permits are more affordable compared to gorilla tracking permits,