This 10 Days Rwanda Safari will Start and finish in Kigali. The 10 Days Rwanda Safari package includes visits to Kigali, Rwanda’s capital, as well as 5 other Rwandan locations. These include Akagera National Park, Nyungwe Forest National Park, Gisakura Tea Estate, and Volcanoes National Park. You will enjoy the splendor of Rwanda, the “land of a thousand Hills,” on this trip. As you travel along the winding, hilly roads, take in the various backgrounds and landscapes of Rwanda. The parks are a mix of mountainous, forested, and savannah terrain.
Its volcanoes, Montana rainforest, and expansive plains are home to incredible wildlife, including chimpanzees, golden monkeys, and other primates, as well as hundreds of vibrantly colored birds, orchids, and butterflies. It is blessed with extraordinary biodiversity. There are many other sights and experiences to discover despite the fact that tourists travel from all over the world to see the magnificent gorillas. An extension of the Great Rift Valley called the Albertine Rift runs through Rwanda’s western region. It is teeming with life and has many rare, endemic species. While on a safari in Rwanda, you will experience bothsadness as you visit the appropriate memorials for the various genocides and excitement as you go gorilla trekking in Volcanoes National Park.
Upon your arrival, a representative of our company will meet you along with the tour guide, who will transport you to your Kigali hotel. You take a quick city tour of Kigali, visiting the Genocide memorials and Kimironko Market before checking into your hotel for the evening.
After eating breakfast, travel to Akagera National Park, where you’ll be there in time for lunch at the lodge. After that, take a game drive through the park to see a variety of animals, including zebras, giraffes, buffaloes, elephants, Sitatunga, waterbucks, impala, and other rarely seen animals like lions, leopards, and cheetahs.
After a leisurely breakfast at your lodge, depart for a morning boat safari on Lake Ihema, where you can spot wildlife such as hippos, crocodiles, and numerous bird species that are found near the lake and the nearby swamps.
After breakfast, travel to Nyungwe Forest National Park, taking in the beautiful scenery along the way. The King’s Palace and Museum in Butare will serve as a rest stop for you. After eating lunch, travel to the park. When you get to Nyungwe, check into the lodge where you’ll spend the night and have dinner.
Enjoy your breakfast this morning before heading to a briefing and entering the forest to look for the playful and active fellows in Nyungwe forest. Because they jump from one tree to another while babbling and laughing, chimpanzees are simple to spot. It typically takes three to four hours to track an ape. After that, you’ll head back to your lodging for lunch. You will go on a guided nature walk after lunch that will take you to the Canopy Walk, a 50-meter-long swing bridge that is suspended from big trees. You’ll be able to observe the incredible rainforest birds and spot animals moving around below you. You will return to the hotel for dinner and overnight stay
Following a delectable breakfast, you can leave for a tour of the Gisakura Tea Estate. You will have the chance to visit tea processing facilities and plantations. You will eventually get to sample some of Rwanda’s best tea. You’ll take a boat trip to the Amahoro islands. After the evening boat you will return for dinner and overnight stay.
After a leisurely breakfast, depart for Rubavu town. Along the way, take in the Kivu belt of Lake Kivu. In Rubavu town, spend two hours touring before hiking up Mt.Rubavu. You will visit the Potters Community, then travel to back to the lodge for dinner and an overnight stay.
You will have an early morning breakfast before setting off for the gorilla trekking. The rangers will take you far into the forest in search of the gorillas. You will traverse the rough terrain up and down until you come across these peaceful creatures, which will give you incredible memories. Due to the gorillas’ up-and-down motion, the activity in can last three to five hours.
You will return to the Lodge in the afternoon for lunch before going to the Karisoke research facility and Diane Fossey’s graves, a woman who was killed for defending these endangered mountain gorillas. After returning, spend the night.
You’ll eat breakfast at your lodge this morning before leaving for Volcanoes National Park, where you’ll go on a hiking expedition to the grave of American primatologist and conservationist Dian Fossey. You will have the chance to discover more about her life and work as a scientist up until her passing. You will also go to the Karisoke Research Center, which she and her staff used as a base to conduct the majority of their scientific research. You will drive back to the park headquarters to have you lunch. After lunch, meet your guide at the park’s administrative center and drive to the well-known Iby’iwacu community village, which is close to the national park. A good way to learn about Rwandan culture is to go to the Iby’iwacu community village, where the local dance group will perform music, dance, and drama.
Enjoy breakfast at your hotel at your leisure before leaving for Kigali. After that, your guide will drive you back to Kigali, where you can choose to take a quick city tour when you get there. You will then have the chance to go to the locations that you missed at the beginning of your tour. Your guide can drop you off later at the airport where you will catch your flight home.
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