My husband and I are planning five consecutive days of trekking activities in Rwanda's Volcanoes National Park and Uganda's Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. We are aiming to do:
Day 1 - Mt. Bisoke Hike (VNP)
Day 2 - Dian Fossey Hike to Karisoke (VNP)
Day 3 - Golden Monkeys Trek (VNP)
Day 4 - Gorilla Trek (BINP)
Day 5 - Gorilla Treak (BINP)
Is this overly ambitious? Are we going to be absolutely exhausted? Or is this reasonable? We are experienced hikers (previously climbed Kili etc.) in our late 20s/early 30s with above average fitness.
We will probably only get to experience that part of the world once, so we want to make it count and do as many things as possible. That being said, we also want what we do to be worthwhile. Are all of these activities worth the effort?
We are traveling the first week of October. How rainy is it by then? Will we have an excruciating amount of mud to contend with?