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Go in search of rhino and lion on 4x4 game drives in Akagera National Park
Look for elusive nocturnal special on night game drives and get close to large pods of hippo on boat cruises
Enjoy a gorilla trekking experience
Rwanda can be visited at any time of year. There are two annual rainy seasons: the big rains which last from mid-February to the beginning of June, and the small rains from mid-September to mid-December. Rainfall, especially over the mountains, is heavy during these two periods, particularly from March to May. The long dry season, June to September, is the best time for tracking gorillas in the Volcanoes National Park and for hiking in Nyungwe Forest Reserve.
This six day Rwandan adventure combines the classical African safari experience with the opportunity to visit the majestic mountain gorillas of the Virunga Massive, all within Rwanda. Head to the open savannahs and damp swamps of Akagera National Park in search of lions and the endangered black rhino before heading to the misty forests of Volcanoes National Park in search the endangered great apes.
Arrive into Kigali International Airport where your Rwandan sojourn will begin. You will drive through bustling Rwandan towns and a stunning patchwork of agricultural land on route to Akagera National Park. This 100,000 hectare National Park has been part of a huge conservation focus and is now host to a population of lion, elephant and black rhino. Your three night stay will be based on a vast lake that is known for large numbers of hippos and crocodiles. Explore the rolling open plains, woodlands and the swamps on 4x4 game drives, go in search of the more elusive nocturnal species on night drives, enjoy boat cruises on the lake and even try your hand at fishing and catch a bite.
Today you will make your way up into the volcanic mountain range of Volcanoes National Park. Enjoy a three night stay based on the very edge of this dense forest looking out over an impressive landscape of magnificent volcanoes and lush green vegetation. During your stay you will gain an insight into the vibrant culture of Rwanda and the hospitality of these generous people. A trip to Rwanda would not be complete without a visit to the great apes that call this home. Reminiscent of the days of classic explorers, you will hack your way through thick foliage, pushing aside tall prehistoric looking ferns until you find the gorilla family. Here you will have one spell binding hour in their presence, a truly memorable experience for every wildlife enthusiast.
Rwanda's Parc National des Volcans surely must rank at the top of any list for the sheer majesty of its landscapes. It's a land of soaring cloud capped volcanoes, beautiful mountain lakes and warm welcoming people.
Gorilla tracking in Parc National des Volcanoes, through the mountainous forest on the slopes of the Virunga range, is a magical experience. Seeing a mountain gorilla in its natural habitat is one of the world's most thrilling wildlife experiences.
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Akagera National Park, Rwanda
Volcanoes National Park, Virungas and northern Rwanda, Rwanda
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