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I am in the planning stage of a trip to Uganda and Rwanda. I have a basic itinerary of 12 days. It includes Murchison Falls, Kibale, QEP, Bwindi gorilla trek and then on to Rwanda for one night in Kigali and one night in Gorilla's Nest for another trek. The price I have from Travelust is almost half of the same itinerary from Volcanoes Safari. Most of the accommodation is the same except for Bwindi Gorrilla Resort as opposed to Volcanoes Lodge and Volcanoes Virunga Lodge in Parc National des Volcans. I have only one other concern and that is I can book Volcanoes thru a travel agent in Canada, whereas I must transfer money to Travelust.
I have only done that once before with Diethelm Travel for a SE Asia trip which was perfect, but still a worry until the trip begins that it is a reputable company.
Any opinions ?

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