Activities to do in Rwanda

1. Gorilla Trekking

Given the chance to trek the Mountain Gorilla, and there is most likely to have an immediate experience with these incredible primates. Keeping in mind the end goal to take an interest in a gorilla trek, tracking permits must be acquired ahead of time, and they are to a great degree limited in number, so advance booking is fundamental to guarantee a permit can be gotten. The mountain gorilla is perchance the World’s most endangered primate, with around 880 animals, and they are just found in small groups of protected afro-montane forests in north-west Rwanda, south-west. Gorilla trekking is firmly controlled and managed for the security of the guest and essentially for the wellbeing of the Mountain Gorillas. A maximum of 8 guests may visit a group of habituated Gorillas on any given day; this minimizes behavioral aggravation and the danger of their exposure to human-borne diseases.

2. Chimpanzee Tracking

The Rwandan Chimpanzee population is believed to be confined to Nyungwe National Park. Throughout the rainy period, a troop of chimps regularly gets into Uwinka plus the coloured trail further, and it’s equal to you to choose whether to pay off more to track them. You will here them earlier than you see them; from someplace deep in the jungle, an excited hooting, basically a single voice at the start, and then numerous, rising in volume with momentum and pitch to a fanatical united increasing, earlier than stopping unexpectedly or fading away.

3. Sight Seeing

Rwanda has a range of exciting sites for s

Given the chance to trek the Mountain Gorilla, and there is most likely to have an immediate experience with these incredible primates. Keeping in mind the end goal to take an interest in a gorilla trek, tracking permits must be acquired ahead of time, and they are to a great degree limited in number, so advance booking is fundamental to guarantee a permit can be gotten. The mountain gorilla is perchance the World’s most endangered primate, with around 880 animals, and they are just found in small groups of protected afro-montane forests in north-west Rwanda, south-west. Gorilla trekking is firmly controlled and managed for the security of the guest and essentially for the wellbeing of the Mountain Gorillas. A maximum of 8 guests may visit a group of habituated Gorillas on any given day; this minimizes behavioral aggravation and the danger of their exposure to human-borne diseases.

ightseeing trips and excursions. These include Lakes and Rivers such as Kivu, beautiful undulating hills, national parks and game reserves, forests etc. We offer several sight seeing tours in Rwanda. These range from a simple guided city bus tour to escorted adventure treks.

4. Bird watching

Rwanda is a fascinating destination for bird watching activities. Rwanda alone boasts of 650 bird species, 44 of which can only be found in Rwanda. Nyungwe Forest has blue-turaco, paradise flycatcher, forest hornbills, red-throated alethe, Rwenzori turaco, blue headed sunbird, regal sunbird, red-faced wood warbler, collared apalis and many more. Akagera has water birds, savanna birds such as black headed gonolek, meyer’s parrot, Heuglin’s robin-chat, little bee-eater and many more. Birds in Ruhengeri will include bronze, variable and scarlet-chested sunbirds, white-tailed blue flycatchers, waxbills, manikins, African paradise flycatchers, Rwenzori double-collared sunbird and many more. At Lake Kivu, bird lovers will be thrilled at the large variety there, including pelicans, cranes and malachite kingfishers.

5. Cultural visits and community walks

Cultural diversity has made the country a very popular cultural tourist destination. Cultural tourism involves various facets like languages, fashion, architectural heritage, religion, dance, music and food. Music and dance play an important role in the traditions of all Rwanda’s peoples .The people have a series of music and dance which range from acts that demonstrate epics commemorating excellence and bravery. Traditional songs are often accompanied by a solitary lulunga, a harp-like instrument with eight strings. Visitors may chance upon spontaneous traditional performances in the villages of Rwanda.

6. Congo Nile Trail

This trail is a corridor that links the Congo Nile dividing and connecting Volcanoes National Park in the North of the country and the Nyungwe National Park in the south .It is an exciting ten day hiking experience, which covers a wide range of fascinating attractions on Lake Kivu shores, with a distance of 227 Kms stretching from Rubavu to Rusizi via Karongi and Nyamasheke districts. The trail offers among other attractions the best coffee and tea experiences, with sceneries beautiful beyond imagination. The Congo Nile trail includes eight amazing base camps, two extra ordinary paths and four bonus diverse sub trails, which are all, added value that make up this breath taking hiking experience a life time one.