Nyungwe Forest National Park

Nestled within the South-western corner of Rwanda bordering Democratic Republic of Congo and Burundi is the verdant Nyungwe Forest National Park. This pristine Tropical rainforest is filled with abundant biodiversity making it one of the important conservation areas not only in Rwanda but in Africa as a whole.

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Volcanoes National Park

Volcanoes National park is the principal reason for tourists visiting Rwanda, mainly because it is a home to critically endangered mountain gorillas. Who wouldn’t want to meet face to face with these Giant Apes while on a safari in Africa? I guess no one? It’s even not surprising that every tourist to Africa always desires to encounter these adorable creatures.

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Akagera National Park

Akagera National ParkAre you looking for an African destination with a backdrop of attractions and unforgettable safari experience? Then Akagera National Park is what you are looking for. It is one of the four National Parks in Rwanda and is so far the only Savannah Park in the country.

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Gishwati-Mukura National Park

You have probably not heard about Gishwati-Mukura Forest National Park, but it is one of the Protected Areas within the Land of a thousand Hills. Gazetted on 1st February 2016 as a result of merging Gishwati and Mukura Forests, this National Park is the newest Protected Area in the country hence bringing the number of Parks to four (including Volcanoes the home to the critically endangered mountain gorillas,

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