Safaris Rwanda

The breathtaking landscape and welcoming locals of Rwanda, known as the country of a thousand hills, provide one-of-a-kind experiences in one of the most remarkable nations in the world.

Its mountains, highland forests, and expansive plains are home to fantastic fauna, giving it remarkable biodiversity.

Nature enthusiasts may go on safari at Akagera National Park and take a canopy walk to obtain a birds-eye perspective of Nyungwe Forest.

Visit Rwanda's Ethnographic Museum to see the intriguing displays on local traditions and beliefs if you are interested in culture. The Kings Palace Museum's royal cows are not to be missed.

Rwanda is famous for its gorilla trekking opportunities in the Virunga Mountains. This is where Dian Fossey researched and habituated mountain gorillas in the 1960s.

Although gorilla trekking is a once-in-a-lifetime experience, the country has a lot more to offer. In fact, if gorilla trekking is beyond your budget, Rwanda is still worth visiting as an up-and-coming destination offering primate walks, volcano hikes and bird-watching in Volcanoes National Park and Nyungwe Forest National Park, plus boat trips on Lake Kivu in the Rift Valley and a classic safari in search of the Big Five in low-key Akagera National Park.




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