Optimize your chances of spotting black rhino, lions, giraffes, and more on this full-day, private tour to Akagera National Park. Benefit from your guide’s local knowledge as you explore the sprawling wetland by off-road vehicle, uploading your pictures in real time thanks to complimentary on-board WiFi. Lunch and round-trip hotel transfers come included, ensuring a seamless safari experience.
Dive deep into the rich culture of Rwanda on this private, full-day tour that begins in Kigalis. First, visit the King’s Palace Museum which offers an in-depth look at the Rwandan monarchy and its abolition in the 1960s. Then, visit the Ethnographic Museum for a look at archaeological and artistic artifacts that provide insight into Rwandan culture.
This trip combine bits of Tracking the Volcanoes Nat park and visiting a local communities to learn their culture and also immense yourself and get to experience through songs and dances.
Gives a short visit travel a glimpse of Nature and cultural diversity of the Rwanda people and also enjoy time out of the busy city life.
See African wildlife in their natural environment when you book this full-day excursion to Akagera National Park from Kigali. With a private guide, drive around the park in a 4x4 vehicle and navigate the woodlands, swaps, and savannahs with ease. Animals you may see on your safari include lions, elephants, zebras, giraffes, buffaloes, hippos, and monkeys.
Travelers who are pressed for time don’t need to sacrifice a safari when visiting Kigali. This private day trip to Akagera National Park fulfills all your safari needs in just one day. With a private guide, head to the park and embark on a game drive to try to spot the Big 5—lion, buffalo, elephant, rhino, and leopard—as you navigate the landscapes of the Great Rift Valley.
Rwanda’s coffee is known for its delicate flavors, and just outside Akagera National Park, you’ll get to see the caffeinated magic for yourself. On this tour, you’ll visit a world-class coffee farm—worked by female farmers—see how the beans are harvested, roasted, and more, getting a deep look at every step in the process of creating your morning cup of joe.
See gorillas in their natural habitat during this small-group excursion to Uganda’s Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, from Kigali. Ground transfers, meals, and gorilla trekking permits are included, with campsite stays within the park at an additional cost. Get guidance from national park guides on gorilla tracking within a group limited to only 10 people.
Characterized by woodlands, swamps, and savannahs, Akagera National Park is a must-visit for those visiting Rwanda. On this private tour, depart Kigali and enjoy a full-day safari in the park which is home to giraffes, zebras, elephants, lions, buffaloes, and much more. This tour is great for those who don’t have time to commit to a multi-day safari but still want to see wildlife in a natural environment.
Hiking Mountain Bisoke can be an experience of a lifetime but it can also be one of the most challenging things a person can undertake, especially if physically unfit.
The hiking is 6 to 7 hours, including 2 hours of descent, but that is for inexperienced hikers. Experienced hikers can take less than 4 hours to hike and come back down to the base.
Apart from the experience of hiking on the extinct volcano which is part of the Virunga Mountain range, at the peak, there’s a crater lake known as Lake Ngezi. The trekking starts with an assembly at the park headquarters in Kinigi at 7a.m. Here, each group is assigned a guide who briefs them about the activity they are about to embark on.
You will be cared for by the best in the industry, we are trained graded and licensed by the government of Uganda. We are passionate about our country and are very happy and please to show case the beauty and magnificent attributes that we are proud to poses and we share them with you.
We will make your dreams come true, through out your stay with us you will have a personal assistant at your call 24/7 till the end of your trip.
By then you may find out that you may not really want to leave.
But in so doing you take a little of the Nile with you and lots of pictures and memories
Rwanda Gorilla trekking Adventure is well designed to show you unparalleled hills of land of 1000 hills and to let you meet mountain gorilla face to face. it is also designed for those who have limited time in Rwanda but do not want to miss sense of the greenest country in Africa. it will take you through to beautiful villages travelling to trek the gorilla. you will be amazed by many things such as freshness of country, a warmly welcome , uniqueness of volcanoes national park where you will have chance to spend an hour with taking photos.
Peacefully nestled along picturesque hilltops, Kigali is a thriving African city immediately notable for its cleanliness, orderliness, and hospitality. Kigali is a great place to begin or end any Rwanda journey as it’s conveniently located in the geographic center of the country. Kigali is very clean and safe, with extremely welcoming people.
Akagera National Park has an inspiring conservation story as it is now home to lions and rhinos, and is the only Big-five Park in the country.
Just two hours' drive from Kigali, it is a beautiful and convenient savannah landscape to visit, and easy site to add on to before or after visiting the gorillas.
For one park, the diversity of habitats is unique including lakes, marshes, savannah, mountains, and woodland makes for spectacular scenery.
A birders delight, Akagera offers an exceptional birding experience with more than 482 bird species documented including the rare and prehistoric shoebill and some Lake Victoria endemics.
Visiting the parks is one of the best ways to support communities, wildlife conservation, and long term success of Africa's wild areas.
Take a break from the hustle and bustle of Kigali and explore the beautiful Lake Kivu on this full-day excursion. Join a small group and head to Ndaba Rock, where you learn about the legends of the area from local children. Then, drive to the town of Karongi, located on the banks of Lake Kivu, for a visit to the Environmental Museum and a boat ride to the Napoleon islands.
Save time and see the best of Kigali in a day with this private guided tour. Opting for a private tour avoids delays picking up other travelers and gives you direct access to the guide for questions. During the tour, visit the Kigali Genocide Memorial, Nyamirambo Women's Center, and Kigali City Tower with enriching commentary to expand your knowledge about the country’s history and development.
Come face-to-face with gorillas during this full-day private trek through Volcanoes National Park, in the mountainous Virguna region of Rwanda. Travel comfortably from Kigali by private car and be back at your hotel that evening. Tours involve a strenuous hike through the lush rainforest. Lunch, bottled water, and snacks are included.
Explore some of Rwanda’s most stunning natural scenery during this small-group overnight trip to Nyungwe National Park and Lake Kivu. Highlights include stunning rainforest views—and the chance to spot monkeys and primates—from the park’s canopy walkway, a night fishing experience, and a guided boat ride to the secluded island of Nkombo. Accommodation, lunch, and hotel transfers from Kigali are included.
2 Days Chimpanzees trekking in Nyungwe forest takes you to the canopy walkway,Nature walk & hiking.The2 days Rwanda Chimpanzees trekking safari will also reward you to do the Canopy walk experience. This activity will give you a bird’s eye sight of the forest, birds and chimps.Located in the South West corner of Rwanda, Nyungwe National Park is an untouched natural rainforest that is filled with exciting biodiversity.Covering over 1000 square kilomtres, Nyungwe forest is surely one of the world’s most beautiful and pristine mountain rainforests. It’s believed to be one of Africa’s oldest forests, staying green even through the Ice Age, which explains its diversity.
Home to habituated chimpanzees and 12 other primates species (including a 400-strong troop of habituated Ruwenzori Black & White Colobus), it’s also a birder’s paradise with over 300 species, including 16 endemics, and is home to 75 different species of mammal.
Mysteriously murdered in 1985, Dian Fossey was one of the world’s foremost experts on the endangered mountain gorilla. On this tour, you’ll hike to her home and grave in Volcanoes National Park, where she’s buried with 20 of her gorilla friends. An excursion that’s both steeped in nature and history, you’ll get to see a side of Rwanda beautiful, serene, and hard to forget.
Nyungwe National Park lies in southwest Rwanda, partly abutting the Burundi border. It's a vast area of mountain rainforest, home to many species of chimpanzees, plus owl-faced and colobus monkeys. The Canopy Walkway, part of the Igishigishigi Trail, is a high suspension bridge with views over the valley and surrounding forests. A trail runs to the Kamiranzovu Marsh, with its bird-life, orchids and waterfall.This is a well designed Tour for every person and it is affordable.
Experience the history, wildlife, and culture of the Democratic Republic of Congo during this action-packed, multi-day private tour. Observe gorillas in their natural habitats in Virunga National Park, swim, kayak, or unwind on scenic Tchegera Island, visit markets and museums in bustling Goma and Kinshasa, and cruise along the iconic Congo River. Ground transfers, trekking permits, visas, and meals are included.
Rwanda’s Volcanoes National Park is as wild as its name, and on this tour, you’ll get to hike the spectacular Mount Bisoke. Leaving your Kigali lodging bright and early, you’ll make the drive across the countryside, meet up with a park ranger, and get to the trailhead before most other visitors. Then it’s off to the volcano’s flanks, up to the super-scenic crater lake, and back to civilization.