Trek deep into unspoiled volcanic rainforests to track endangered mountain gorillas in the wild, eventually coming face to face with one of your closest relatives in the animal kingdom. These enchanting animals are in fact so closely related to humans, sharing 98% of human DNA, that they are susceptible to catching a cold should you sneeze in their direction. As you take part in one of the most successful conservation efforts on the planet, the magic of their mirror-like movements will leave you in awe. Alongside expert trackers and rangers from the local community, you’ll be able to observe them as they eat, play, nap, and feed their young. There are just about 1,000 mountain gorillas left in the wild and visiting with them in their natural habitat is an experience that very few people are privileged to have.