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Rwanda Safari Tours, Safari Holidays, Visit Rwanda: The country is often called the land of the thousand hills and a Gorilla destination

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Rwanda is often called the land of the thousand hills. While visiting this country, everywhere you look you will see the beautiful green hills. In Rwanda, you can enjoy culture, nature, primates, and the beaches of Lake Kivu!

The most popular park of Rwanda is Volcanoes National Park, where you can track the Rwanda mountain gorillas, the Rwanda golden monkeys, different hikes in this dramatic and amazing volcanic landscape. You can as well visit Rwanda’s Nyungwe National Park, one of the world’s most beautiful and oldest rainforests of Africa; you can go for a tour in Rwanda’s Akakera National Park on the border with Tanzania.

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For many travelers, who intend to visit Rwanda, the tracking of gorillas ranks among one of the most exhilarating highlights of their trip to Africa. Mountain Gorillas are one of the world’s most endangered species of apes. It is estimated that there are currently less than 900 individuals left throughout the world.

Nearly half of these can be found in Uganda, but significant populations can also be found in the Democratic Republic of Congo and the Parc National de Volcans in Rwanda. Out of the 15 gorilla groups in Rwanda, 10 are habituated to humans and so can be visited by tourists.

All gorilla groups are accessed from the same location and, unlike Uganda; you cannot reserve a specific group in advance. On the morning of the tracking, park rangers will select people for different gorilla groups according to preference, age, and fitness level. For this reason, we advise older people, or those wanting only a light hike, to track in Rwanda. Gorilla permits in Rwanda cost US$1.500, Uganda is 700$ and the Democratic Republic of Congo is 400$.

Gorilla Groups in Volcanoes National Park, Rwanda: Susa, Sabyinyo, Amahoro, Agashya, Umubano, Kwitonda, Hirwa, Karisimbi, Ugende, and Bwenge.

Please Note:

You can ask your guide about the chance to see the famous gorilla group that Dian Fossey spent her career studying on your Rwanda visit. Rwanda Gorilla Tracking Tips

A maximum of 8 visitors may visit a family/group of habituated gorillas per day.

To avoid exposing our furry friends to strange germs, wash your hands before you head out for the tracking.

Do not leave garbage in the park.

Always keep your voices low. This will ensure that you will be able to observe the beautiful birds and other wildlife in the forest.

Your group of trackers will be heading to the stop where the guides left the gorillas the day before. From the nesting spot, you will track them to their current location. This can take anywhere from 15 minutes to 2 hours.

As you approach the gorillas, the guides will signal when to get your cameras ready.

What to do while with Rwanda’s Gorillas in Parc National Des Volvans Safari Tour

It is okay to ask the guide questions, but keep your voices low.

Do not eat or drink while you are near the gorillas.

Sometimes the gorillas charge. Follow the guide’s example by crouching down slowly, and do not look into the gorillas in the eyes. Wait for the gorilla to pass you by and do not attempt to run away (as this can increase the risk of attack).

Flash photography is not permitted; when taking pictures, move slowly and carefully.

Do not touch the gorillas. Keep in mind that though they may look warm and cuddly, they are still wild animals. Keep a distance of at least 7 meters (21 feet) from the gorillas at all times.

The maximum time visitors are allowed to spend with the gorillas is exactly one hour and the rangers are quite strict about this.

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Nyungwe forest

Nyungwe Forest National Park Safari Tour

Visit Rwanda /Nyungwe Forest National Park toenjoy some of the richest biodiversity in all of Africa. Often compared with Kibale Forest in Uganda, Nyungwe is one of the oldest green expanses in the continent and includes a very wide variety of rare and endangered species including troops of chimpanzees and other primates.

When to visit Nyungwe Forest National Park on Rwanda safari Tour

The Nyungwe Forest National Park can be visited year-round and the chimps are often easier to find during the wet season (mid-March to mid-May). It is equatorial rainforest and trails can get extremely wet and muddy, so it is best to have good shoes and a rain jacket.

Nyungwe Forest National Park Chimpanzee Tracking Safari Tour in Rwanda.

Chimpanzees share an estimated 94.7% of their DNA with humans and many of their behaviors may remind you of a close cousin. One of the highlights of any trip to Rwanda is the opportunity to get up close and personal with these apes in their natural environment. The habituation process is still ongoing and there can be times when you cannot glimpse them with your eyes, but you will know they are there from the hoots and hollers they make. Nyungwe Forest National Park actually provides a haven to 25% of all African primate species, and you are sure to come across at least one troop of colobus monkeys during your stay in the forest.

Nyungwe Forest Walk Tour.

You can go to East Africa’s only canopy walk. This Nyungwe Forest Walk Tour runs along a ridge before climbing a 50m-high platform and a suspended walkway above a steep and deep valley stretching across the massive forest and lasts about 1½ hours. It takes you through some beautiful foliage and animal species. You have a chance to spot blue monkeys and unique birds that dwell in the upper levels of the forest.

Parc National Des Volvans Safari Tour

Comprising five volcanoes, the Virungas forms the border between Rwanda, Uganda, and DR Congo and are one of the most beautiful sights in Africa. In addition to the chance to see the Rwanda mountain gorillas, visitors can also have a chance to encounter a troop of rare golden monkeys on one of many climbs or treks around the park.

Kigali Capital City Tour

Sprawling over several hills and verdant valleys, the flowering tree-lined streets and boulevards of this modern city are much calmer than those of neighboring Kampala (Uganda) and Nairobi (Kenya). There is an excellent selection of cafes and restaurants, many with wonderful views over the broad valleys of the city. A wide range of traditional souvenir shops makes a good stop between your sightseeing in the city.

Nyamata Church Rwanda Tour.

In Bugesera district, south of Kigali sits the small town Nyamata where shortly after the 7th April 1994 outbreak of the genocide, many ethnic Tutsis and moderate Hutus took refuge in churches. At the Nyamata Catholic Church, militias killed an estimated 10,000 people in and around the grounds between the 14th and 19th of April 1994. The church now serves as an homage to those who perished as well as those who have endured tragedy in the family. The excavated clothing and skeletal remains of the deceased as well as personal stories of survivors are on display.

Kigali Memorial Centre Tour In Rwanda

Walking the streets of Kigali today, it is hard to imagine the 100 days of madness in which an estimated one million Tutsis and moderate Hutus were systematically butchered by the Interahamwe in one of the most savage genocides in history. This center has been built near the mass graves of 250,000 of those who perished and attempts to explain the event in context – from the divisive colonial experience in Rwanda and the heinous crimes that took place in 1994 to the aftermath of the genocide and the search for justice. The tour concludes with a section about other massacres of global significance.

Rwanda Kibuye Safari Tour

The steep surrounding hills fall into deep green waters amid nearby islands making this an extremely picturesque town midway down the coast of Lake Kivu. A few small sandy spots invite you to take a refreshing dip or launch a kayak to explore the indented shoreline. The gruesome chapter of the history of this town is explained in the Genocide Memorial Church near the center.

Akagera National Park

Akagera National Park covers 2500 km² of savannah west of the Kagera River, in the northeast of Rwanda. The Akagera National Park has a variety of wildlife and is a habitat for over 500 different species of birds. Herds of elephants and buffalo emerge from the woodland to drink at the lakes, while you might stumble across a leopard, a spotted hyena, or even a lion. Giraffe and zebra haunt the savannah, and more than a dozen types of antelope inhabit the park.

Lake Ihema Boat Safari Tour

The boat trip on Lake Ihema will not disappoint. Drift along the forest-fringed lake edge, past huddles of hippo and basking crocodiles. For the serious birder, a boat trip is a must with a high density of water birds and the rare Lilac-breasted Roller!

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