Rwanda is often overshadowed by its neighboring safari countries often for being a much smaller country than Uganda. But this just makes a safari trip more valuable when one sees the richness of its wildlife. Dubbed as the “Land of a thousand Hills”, it is home to green mountainous destination iconic for its intriguing mountain gorillas trekking safaris to the Volcanoes national park.

Volcanoes National Park, Rwanda Spanning on a 160 sqkm area in the northern part of Ruanda, Volcanoes national park is part of the great Virunga volcano conservation region spanning to cover Virunga national park Congo and Mgahinga national park Uganda. It was initially a small area around Karisimbi, Mikeno and Visoke volcanoes which was gazetted

The Nyungwe rainforest is located in southwestern Rwanda, at the border with Burundi, to the south, and Lake Kivu and the Democratic Republic of the Congo to the west. The Nyungwe rainforest is probably the best preserved montane rainforest in Central Africa. It is located in the watershed between the basin of the river Congo

Akagera National Park, Rwanda Akagera National Park is located in the north east of Rwanda along the border with Tanzania. Although founded in 1934, much of the park was re-allocated as farms and in 1997 the park was reduced in size from more than 2,500 sq km (nearly 10% of the surface area of Rwanda)

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