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First and foremost, to see mountain gorillas, its that simple.

Rwanda is currently working extremely hard to erase the bad memories of their past and we believe they are doing so successfully by implementing a responsible eco-tourism strategy that is having a positive effect on wildlife rehabilitation, increasing their habitats and supporting local communities. Rwanda should be on your list if you want to see rare primates in their natural habitat.


The Genocide memorial in Kigali is part of the country’s history and is well worth a visit, it is extremely moving, but at the same time uplifting, particularly seeing and experiencing how the people of Rwanda have moved together positively and are a success story in peace and reconciliation.


With its lush mountainous landscape and colourful culture, you will fall in love with this friendly, vibrant and diverse country.

    • Population: 11.3 million (2015)
    • Area: 26,338 km2 (144th largest country by area)
    • Capital: Kigali



National Park

Volcanoes National Park is part of the larger Virunga Massif transboundary conservation area and a World Heritage Site. It is home to some 604 mountain gorillas, amongst a host of other rainforest species.

  • Experience Mountain Gorillas in their natural habitat.
  • Virungas Massif.
  • Incredible bird watching with over 178 bird species.
  • See first hand the positive impact of reforestation and rehabilitation ion a conservation area.


National Park

Akagera National Park has undergone a phenomenal transformation in the last eight years where poaching has essentially been eliminated and wildlife is now thriving.

The 100 000-hectare Akagera National Park is situated in eastern Rwanda, bordering Tanzania, and has been managed by African Parks in partnership with the Rwanda Development Board since 2010. It comprises some of the most scenic savannah in East Africa – open plains, woodlands, lakes, swamp, and grassy low mountains.

  • Prime game viewing area including night drives.
  • A chance to see the eastern black rhino.
  • Boating and birding.
  • Guided walks.
  • Fishing.


Kigali is the capital city of Rwanda, roughly in the center of the country. It sprawls across numerous hills, ridges and valleys, and has a vibrant restaurant and nightlife scene. The Kigali Genocide Memorial documents the 1994 mass killings in Rwanda, associated with the country’s civil war. The city’s Caplaki Crafts Village has stalls selling traditional handicrafts, including woodcarvings and woven baskets.

  • Perfect place to begin or end your Rwanda journey.
  • Tour of city and Genocide memorial.
  • Visit the Caplaki arts and crafts market.

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