The capital city of Rwanda and a stopover once you land or after safari.
Activities include a visit to the genocide museum, convention centre, craft shops, Kimiroko local market and tasty meals in local restaurants.
Located 2-3 hours away from Kigali, Akagera offers an excellent opportunity for a game drive to see lions, rhinos, zebras, elephants, giraffe, olive baboons, vervet and blue monkeys, leopard, hyena, side-striped jackal.
A boat ride in Lake Ihema will allow you to see hippos and crocodiles
Located South West of Rwanda, Nyungwe National park is one of the biggest park in Rwanda and one of the oldest rainforest in Africa. This park is characterized by forest, swamps, marshes, rivers, open woodland and plantations. It hosts Chimpanzees, mongoose, cerval cat, leopard, mongoose, 12 species of primates including black and white colobus monkey.
Activities – game viewing, canopy walk, chimpanzee tracking/trekking, nature walks and birdwatching
Named after dormant volcanoes; Karisimbi, Sabinyo, Gahinga, Muhabura and Bisoke. is situated Northwest of Rwanda and well known for gorilla trekking. The park is evergreen, with swamps, heath, open grassland, bamboo forest and Musanze caves.
Activities – gorilla trekking, nature walks or hiking, canoeing, mountain biking and village walk.
Lake Kivu is well known for boat ride and a relaxation spot in between safari destinations.
Located in Western province, Gishwati is Rwanda’s latest addition to national parks. It consists of two forests – small Mukura and larger Gishwati and sits between Congo and Nile water catchment area.
It is characterized by bamboo forest and hosts up to 20 chimpanzees, serval cats, golden monkeys, genet, over 120 bird species and many plant species.
Activities – Chimp and monkey tracking, hiking, biking, bird watching.