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A landscape of rolling hills sweeping through the verdant countryside, dramatic volcanoes and shimmering lakes plays host to the famous mountain gorillas that characterise this beautiful country’s resilience.

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Rwanda’s major pulls for wildlife enthusiasts are spread between three beautiful National Parks, including the spectacular Volcanoes National Park which is home to Rwanda’s famous mountain gorilla sanctuary and the Dian Fossey Foundation. In Nyungwe National Park in the impressive hills of southwest Rwanda you will find 13 different species of primates including chimpanzees and black-and-white colobus monkeys living amongst the rainforest, whilst in Akagera National Park you can get an authentic game viewing experience with access to up-close encounters with a wide variety of animals including lions, rhinos, elephants, buffalos, leopards, giraffes and Africa’s highest concentration of hippos.
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Boasting a bird list of over 600 species, Rwanda contains the highest concentration of birds per square kilometer in Africa and offers many highlights for birding enthusiasts including many of the Albertine Rift endemic bird species. Rwanda’s relatively small size makes it easy to cover a full range of habitats but the key area for most birding trips is the vast Afromontane forest of Nyungwe National Park which has been recognised by Birdlife International as an Important Bird Area and is likely to bring you sightings of many species including Grauer's and Neumann's warblers, red-collared mountain-babblers and the Albertine owlet amongst many others. A visit to Akagera National Park may also result in sightings of the distinctive shoebill stork, whilst in Volcanoes National Park you will have the chance to see the 17 endemic species which have been spotted here.
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Getting Around

Getting Around

Rwanda is the 4th smallest country in mainland Africa which makes it easy to discover all that this beautiful country has to offer without the need for internal flights. Rwanda’s 3 major National Parks are all within easy driving distance of each other and as part of a small group tour with dedicated guides and transport you can enjoy relaxing drives through the country’s scenic landscapes in between. In Volcanoes National Park and Nyungwe National Park the main way to get around is on foot, with gorilla and chimp trekking being a popular choice and hikes and nature walks bringing you up close to the impressive wildlife that abounds. In Akagera National Park there are many options for game drives in special 4x4 vehicles, and boat safaris through the park’s 8 beautiful lakes are another popular choice.
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About Rwanda

Acknowledged as one of the world’s finest emerging destinations for adventure and wildlife holidays, Rwanda has much to offer to the intrepid traveller, not least the chance to witness what Sir David Attenborough has called “one of the most exciting encounters of my life”…walking with mountain gorillas in the wild. Witnessing up-close the grandeur of these magnificent primates is without doubt one of the main draws for visitors to Rwanda, but it’s not just the gorillas that make this one of Africa’s newest hotspots for tourism. Visitors to this safe and welcoming country will find 3 beautiful National Parks filled with various species of wildlife including 13 different types of primates, the “Big 5”, and an abundance of birdlife. With a spectacular and diverse landscape of volcanoes, rainforests, rivers and lakes this thriving country is just waiting to be explored.

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