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Rating in Rwanda
$ 8495
Rwanda Walking

Rwanda

7 days

Trekking  +  walking
Trekking + walking
Rating in Rwanda
$ 2340
In the Footsteps of Dian Fossey

Rwanda

Wildlife
Wildlife
Rating in Rwanda
$ 5188
RWANDA MOUNTAIN GORILLAS SAFARI

Rwanda

5 days

Wildlife
Wildlife
Rating in Rwanda
$ 7500
The Great Apes of the Virungas

Rwanda

9 days

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Photography

Rwanda Holidays That Won’t Leave You Indifferent

If you decide to visit Rwanda, you may be looking for all tourist spots this country suggests. And of course, you wish to see gorillas in the wild. Yes, gorilla trekking is the primary reason to visit this country. But to tell you the truth, Rwanda is more than just observing gorillas, but greatly concentrated on them. It’s a fantastic country with numerous parks, a big untouched tropical rainforest, and a couple of exciting places to visit.


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Things to do and see in Rwanda:
 

Akagera

If you are fond of typical safaris, Akagera makes a great option. You will be able to observe different species of birds on your way.  The roads are good asphalt surfaces, so traveling on safaris is pretty comfortable and easy. Still, it’s recommended to take a guide rather than to self- drive.

Gorilla watching

Head for Rwanda gorilla trekking tours for ultimate wildlife experience and active time spending. The county is the world’s best place for primate spotting in the wild. The Volcanoes National Park is the ideal place to watch those amazing animals living in the wild.

Kigali

It’s the capital of Rwanda but it’s not a rather popular tourist attraction. Still, there are a number of things to see and do to keep you busy for two or three days.  One of the must-see attractions is the Kigali Genocide Memorial. The State House Museum is also well worth visiting. Plus, you may just walk in the nearby and explore the way local people live and work. Discover their traditions or simply go shopping to bring souvenirs home. By the way, if you do decide to spend some time in the city, you may count on a friendly response from the locals.