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Rwanda Highlights
 Parc National des Volcans PNV  (Volcanoes National Park)

The Mountain Gorillas ( "gorilla gorilla beringei") are a rare and protected species ; half of the remaining population of mountain gorillas lives on the Rwandan slopes of the Virunga Volcanoes; this is where you will be able to" meet" 7 families of "habituated" gorillas, in groups of maximum 8 people, accompanied by professional guides and trackers.

The PNV is also home to a group of delightful golden monkeys (cercopithecus  kandti) well worth a visit.

 Parc National de l'Akagéra (Akagera national Park)

The Akagera River is actually the highest source of the Nile!
Come and discover the wildlife of the typical African savannah in the eastern part of Rwanda, along the border with Tanzania.
Its lovely lakes and swamps are home to lots of birds, and great numbers of hippos and crocs but you will also come across big herds of elephant and buffalo, as well as giraffe, zebra, spotted hyena, and a great variety of antelope: impala, bushbuck, oribi, topi, waterbuck, cape Eland...

 Lake Kivu

Lake Kivu , in the western part of Rwanda, is the border with the Drc,
Like a huge inland sea, it is surrounded by lovely green terraced slopes.
Cyangugu, Kibuye, Gisenyi are the towns along its shores... Ideal for fishing, swimming, water-skiing, boat trips

 Nyungwe Forest

In the  south-western corner of Rwanda this is one of the oldest and biggest montane forest  in Africa. This untouched area  offers great hiking opportunities to discover  its flora  (200 different trees and flowers -giant lobelia,  and many colourful orchids-) as well as its 13 different primate species: (chimps, l'Hoest monkey, Angola colobus monkey....) and numerous rare birds, (the great blue turaco f.i.)

 Butare / Nyanza

The National Museum at Butare houses an exceptional ethnographic collection: photos and articrafts present Rwanda’s evolution from pre-colonial times to the modern African nation it is today. The remarkably restored Royal Palace of Nyanza (Nyabisindu), seat of Rwanda’s feudal monarchy, is well worth a visit.


NGWINO TUBONANE ("Come and see us")