What you will see in Rwanda Tour and Safari
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Volcanoes National Park
Mount Gahinga is a dormant/extinct volcano in the Virunga Mountains on the border between Rwanda and Uganda. Gahinga lies between Muhabura and Sabyinyo, but is the smallest of these three. Mount Gahinga, also known in the local Kinyarwanda/Rufumbira dialect as “a small pile of stones”, has a swampy caldera on its peak.
The caldera is believed to be about 180 m wide. Mgahinga Gorilla National Park also got its name from this volcano. Mount Gahinga, whose elevation is 3,473 m, is part of a chain of eight volcanic mountains of the Mufumbiro ranges.
Nyungwe Forest National Park
This is one of the biggest national parks that have boosted the tourism industry of Rwanda as a nation generating millions annually, Nyungwe. Nyungwe is well known for chimpanzee tracking/ chimpanzee trekking this has been the main activity that is carried out in Nyungwe forest. The National Park has only 2 chimpanzee groups habituated in it and the small one of 30 chimpanzees is tracked in Cyamudongo Forest area of the Park.
The larger group has about 60 chimpanzees habituated in it. Nyungwe forest Rwanda chimpanzee trekking area is Africa’s largest Afro-Montane Forest and another of the most famous activities is Nyungwe Forest National Park is the Canopy walk where travelers get to hike up to the top of the trees and take a walk on a hanging bridges as they admire the beauty if the forest.
The Kigali city tour offers you an authentic outlook of Kigali which hosts some of the “thousand hills” in Rwanda. You can take this tour as part of your Rwanda safaris like gorilla trekking, chimpanzee trekking, Rwanda cultural tour or Rwanda birding safari where you can add one day Kigali city tour or half day city tour.
Kigali is the capital city of Rwanda and the country’s vibrant commercial center with all year round moderate climate allowing you to visit any time of the year. It is one of the cleanest and safest of Africa’s cities attracting numerous visitors and investors yearly. In the recent past it has hosted several high level conferences and activities bringing a number of delegates from all over the world.
Lake Kivu is one of the African Great Lakes. It lies on the border between the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Rwanda, and is in the Albertine Rift, the western branch of the East African Rift. Lake Kivu empties into the Ruzizi River, which flows southwards into Lake Tanganyika.
Located in western Rwanda, Lake Kivu is not only the largest freshwater lake in the country, but also marks the natural border with neighboring Congo. In particular, it is an ideal location for travelers to relax for a few days. A visit to the lake is also very worthwhile for hiking enthusiasts and travelers who want to get to know the local inhabitants of Rwanda.