Gorilla Filming Virunga National Park DR-Congo Safaris
Gorilla filming virunga national park DR-Congo safaris, mountain gorilla filming in the Africa’s oldest national park, Virunga National Park in DR-Congo and it covers about 7,800sq km making it also one of Africa’s biggest rain impenetrable forest and also over 310 mountain gorillas live in the forest of Virunga National Park, Virunga is less visited by tourists and other visitors because of many different civil wars in Congo but now it’s safe. Congo being that it receives less tourists for gorilla tracking un like Uganda and Rwanda where everyone wants to go for gorilla tracking, DR- Congo is the best place to go for mountain gorilla filming because you will not many other tourists disturbing sometimes you find you are trekking the whole gorilla family/group alone and makes it perfect for film makers and photographers
Safety for film crews while going for gorilla filming in Congo
For those planning to go for gorilla trekking or gorilla filming in Congo we want to tell that its now safe and DR-Congo government have increased security in and around Virunga National Park and also relative the political stability, trekking and filming can be done safely, each time tourists and other visitors go out into the jungle of Virunga for any activity they are always accompanied by armed rangers, photographer and film crews go with extra armed ranger and guide because they need extra man power to look after they film equipment’s. Contact us and book your filming location, filming permits, transportation for the crew and equipment’s.
Where to get filming permits for Congo
Kisoro Tours will organize and book your Gorilla filming permits, fort those who want to buy they filming permits directly you must be purchased it through Virunga National Park website also you can get from Vrunga offices in Goma Town, remember to book all your permits in advance to avoid disappointments due to permit availability of the days you want more especially commercial photographers and filming crews.