Rwanda

Rwanda is a lush country of endless mountains and stunning scenery, and nowhere are the mountains more majestic than the peaks of the Virunga volcanoes in the far Northwestern Rwanda. In Parc National Des Volcans, the volcanoes form a natural frontier with the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and Uganda, and hidden among the bamboo and dense jungle of their forbidding slopes are some of the world's last remaining mountain gorillas. It is the opportunity to encounter these contemplative creatures at close quarters that continues to draw visitors to Rwanda.

Gorilla Experience with Lake Kivu - 4 Nights / 5 Days, Rwanda

Nearly half of the world's 700-some remaining mountain gorillas live in the Virunga Mountains of central Africa, at the intersection of Uganda, Rwanda, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Lake Kivu is the country’s largest body of water and takes up about half of Rwanda’s western border.

 

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Gorilla Express - 2 Nights / 3 Days, Rwanda

Trekking through the lush jungle to discover the rare and endangered mountain gorillas (there are only 700 plus in the world) can be a very rewarding experience. This safari takes you to Volcanoes National Park (French: Parc National des Volcans) in Rwanda.

 

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Congo Nile Trail - 6 Days, Rwanda

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The Congo Nile Trail is an exciting ten day hiking experience, which covers a wide range of fascinating attractions on Lake Kivu shores, with a distance of 227 Kilometers stretching from Rubavu to Rusizi via Karongi and Nyamasheke districts.

 

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Kivu Hike'n Boat Pack - 6 Days, Rwanda

The Congo Nile Trail is an exciting ten day hiking experience, which covers a wide range of fascinating attractions on Lake Kivu shores, with a distance of 227 Kilometers stretching from Rubavu to Rusizi via Karongi and Nyamasheke districts.

 

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Akagera & Nyungwe National Parks - 6 Days, Rwanda

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Akagera National Park is a truly mystical introduction to the wonders of the African bush known for its big game and Nyungwe National Park is most alluring for its primates. 

 

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Canopy Walk - , Rwanda

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The Canopy Walk in Nyungwe National Park was launched on 15th October, 2010 by the Rwanda Development Board. The first in East Africa and only third in Africa after South Africa and Ghana, the Canopy Walk lies 50 metres above the ground, and is 90 metres long, with three towers which gives one a spectacular eye level view of the park and its wildlife.  A prefect compliment to a Gorilla Trek.

 

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Authentic Rwanda - 7 Days, Rwanda

Rwanda's countryside is covered by grasslands and small farms extending over rolling hills, with areas of rugged mountains that extend southeast from a chain of volcanoes in the northwest. The divide between the Congo and Nile drainage systems extends from north to south through western Rwanda at an average elevation of almost 9,000 feet. 


 

 

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