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Top Destinations in Rwanda

Rwanda’s renowned Volcanoes National Park is home to mountain gorillas and golden monkeys. The park encompasses 4,507m-tall Mt. Karisimbi and 4 other forested volcanoes. In the southwest is Nyungwe National Park, with ancient montane rainforest that’s a habitat for chimpanzees and other primates.
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Musanze Ruhengere

Musanze – Ruhengere

Musanze Caves, Gorillas



Beaches & Resorts

Butare Rwanda


Rwanda Culture

Nyanza Rwanda


Museums, Ancient history

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Rwanda Tour Destinations

Rwanda Tour Destinations: Africa’s most accessible gorilla trekking is the highlight of Rwanda safaris but there’s more to the country than gorillas. Rwanda is a landlocked East African country whose green, mountainous landscape has earned it the nickname “Land of a Thousand Hills.” Its renowned Volcanoes National Park is home to mountain gorillas and golden monkeys. Bordering Congo and Uganda, the park encompasses 4,507m-tall Mt. Karisimbi and 4 other forested volcanoes. Kigali, the nation’s sprawling capital, has a vibrant restaurant and nightlife scene.

Rwanda tour destinations are a burgeoning adventure hub with some of Africa’s most unique, challenging, and rewarding hiking and biking trails. Breathtaking panoramas are at nearly every turn. Scale volcanoes and glide past serene rivers. Create an experience that you’ll never forget.

Thrilling, mesmerizing, magical, awesome are just a few of the sensations rippling through you when you lock eyes with a mountain gorilla casually munching on a plant. Mountain Gorilla Trekking is one of the major tourist adventures travelers find thrilling in Rwanda’s Nyungwe and Volcanoes National Parks.

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Tailored Rwanda Safaris

We tailor every Rwanda Safari to fit your safari expectations and budget. From the safari conception stage through the planning and budgeting, we walk with with and make sure that expectations of an African Safari are met. Browse through some of our travelers’ popular choices bellow to get started.
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Volcanoes National Park

Volcanoes National Park
Start/End: Kigali

Rwanda Primates Safari - Gorilla Trekking - Rwanda Safaris Tours

Parc National Des Volcans
Start/End: Kigali


Rwanda Gorilla Trekking Safari - Rwanda Chimps Tour - Nyungwe

Start/End: Kigali City


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Akagera, Nyungwe & Volcanoes
Start/End: Kigali


Rwanda tour destinations - Experience Rwanda Wildlife Tour

Nyungwe, Kivu, Volcanoes & Akagera
Start/End: Kigali

Best of Rwanda Safari - Rwanda tour destinations

Kigali, Nyungwe, Butare, Akagera, Volcanoes
Start/End: Kigali


Why Rwanda Tour Destinations?

Rwanda is an African country whose name will always be tinged with tragedy – but which is also known as a fabulous destination for wildlife and adventure. Better still, as of now, Rwanda is more accessible from all over the world with Rwanda Air than ever before. Reasons to go?

You Can Fly To Kigali

With a role-call of neighbours that includes one of Africa’s best-loved safari destinations (Uganda, to the north), but also a trio of countries which perhaps fit the description “off the beaten track” (Burundi to the south, Tanzania to the east, the Democratic Republic of the Congo to the west), Rwanda could be regarded as one of the more unreachable areas of a continent that is not known for ease of travel. However, this little nugget of a state (it amounts to just 10,169 square miles – which makes it the fourth smallest country on the African mainland, behind The Gambia, Swaziland and Djibouti) became directly linked to the UK. May 26 witnessed the arrival at London Gatwick of the first RwandAir service from the national capital Kigali. This nine-hour air bridge will operate three times a week, with return fares starting from £368. Contact our travel consultants for more details.

Wildlife of Rwanda

In popular perception, the key reason to visit Rwanda is its mountain gorilla population. And rightly so. These glorious creatures haunt Volcanoes National Park, in the far north-west of the country (where it rubs up against Virunga National Park in the DRC and Mgahinga Gorilla National Park in Uganda to create one colossal cross-border expanse of wildlife and wonder.

More than Just Gorilla Trekking

As its name suggests, Volcanoes National Park also knows a thing or two about vast fire-breathing peaks. To be exact, it incorporates five of the eight volcanoes which give the ridgeline of the Virunga Mountains a lava-born grandeur. Mount Karisimbi is the highest of these behemoths – tall enough, at 14,787ft (4,507m), for snow to be present on its summit during the annual dry season of June-August (indeed, its name loosely translates as “snow” in the local language, Kinyarwanda). For all this, it can be conquered on foot (thankfully, the volcano is regarded as inactive). The hike upwards – which takes two days, is described as “strenuous yet rewarding”.

Rwanda has Moved from its Darkest Days

The Rwandan Genocide of April-July 1994 was one of humanity’s most desperate episodes – a horrifying period of bloodshed when up to one million members of Rwanda’s Tutsi population were massacred by the majority Hutu government. This was one of the consequences of the Rwandan Civil War (1990-1993) – and, in turn, caused the displacement of two million more (largely Hutu) people. Bleak and depressing stuff – and if you find yourself in the capital of Kigali, you should surely acknowledge it. The city’s Genocide Memorial Centre cradles the remains of some 250,000 victims.

While travellers in sub-Saharan Africa should always take standard precautions when it comes to drinking water, personal security and other such fragments of common sense, Rwanda is a country which can be explored with reasonable confidence. The Foreign and Commonwealth Office has a few words of warning on parts of the borders with the DRC and Burundi, but otherwise reassures would-be visitors that “Rwanda is generally safe and crime levels are relatively low.”

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