Rwanda Attractions

Rwanda Attractions

Reputedly one of the most beautiful countries in Africa; with stunning topography, hills, mountains, rivers, valleys plus waterfalls and currently the celebrated ‘New dawn’ of Africa.Rwanda has despite a sad genocide recent history risen from the ashes to become one of the most sought after tourism destinations in the world.

To the North of the Country, visitors have the opportunity to come face to face with the giant mountain gorillas in the Volcanoes National Park as well as their little brother the golden monkeys. In theSouth of the country is the is Nyungwe Rain Forest National Park; reputedly the largest stretch of Rain Forest in East Africa dating back to the ice ages. Inside the Nyungwe Forest National Park one can experience rain forest activities including guided forest hikes, tracking , hundreds of strong Angola Columbus monkeys, botanical walks, bird walks for over 300 species found here including many endemics.

You can also visit to reputedly the farthest source of River Nile; the world’s longest river and the possibility to re-track the semi-habituated family of Chimpanzee, although sighting them is not guaranteed.There is also one and the only canopy walk in East and Southern Africa allowing you to view unique forest canopy species including monkeys, plants, bats and butterflies on an adrenalin filled activities.

The canopy is one feet wide, it is set high, the wind is flowing; it is a nice experience.To the East of the Country is Akagera National Park bordering Tanzania. This is big game country with herds of elephants, buffalos, crocodiles, hippos plus other African plains game; amidst scenic

scenery. We have numerous water bodies here including Lake Ihema; where there are boat rides and fishing opportunities.To the West, the three beautiful resort towns of Chiangugu, Kibuye and Gisenyi all ideal resting points between the Primate Parks of Nyungwe and the Virungas.