Africa Gorilla Trekking Age Limit

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  • January 16, 2020
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What if my child is less the age limit but is physically fit? Can he trek gorillas? Gorilla trekking is best described as a lifetime experience and most significantly, it comes with strict rules and regulations of which age limit is one main area of concern. Usually, before you set off to take part in
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