Rwanda, known as the land of thousand hills and million smiles offers an abundance of diverse and spectacular safari parks and an unforgettable journey to Gorilla treks. For diversity of species Rwanda attracts millions of wildlife lovers from every corner of the earth and a big hit with wildlife fans.
The country offers 3 unbeatable national parks namely Volcanoes National Park, Akagera National Park and Nyungwe Forest and all these reserved areas are maintained by Rwanda Development Board (RDB) with assistance from government ministries.
Volcano National Park is the most heavily patrolled national park of the world. This oldest national park of Africa serves as the world's only habitat of the mountain gorillas. There are strict rules for witnessing this rare species and need permission before entering the park.
High concentration of golden monkeys is also spottable in the national park.
Akagera National Park is a great place to spot the African “Big Five” including Maasai giraffe, Burchell’s zebra, and an impressive assortment of antelopes, roaming and quenching near the lake side’s and savannahs.
Towards the southeast along the Burundian border, Nyungwe National Park is laying. This thrilling national park hosts around 13 primate species, 85 types of mammal, and 275 bird varieties. Gorilla and Monkey trekking are the prime attraction of the park.