Rwanda is known for its lush, mountainous scenery. Imposing volcanoes create a dramatic skyline to the north-west and form a natural frontier with the DR of Congo and Uganda. Amid the dense jungles, Rwanda is known to harbour some of the world’s last mountain gorillas.

Parc National Des Volcanos

Observe rare mountain gorillas in their own breathtaking back garden – the slopes of the seven towering Virunga volcanoes within this national park. This is the famed setting of Dian Fossey’s true story, Gorillas in the Mist, where she battled with poachers to help protect these beautiful creatures.

Nyungwe National Park

Nyungwe is the most important site for biodiversity conservation in Rwanda with its approximately 280 bird species, 25 of which are endemic. Nyungwe’s forests extend to altitudes occupied by few other forests in Africa; 1600-2950 meters above sea level. It is also home to myriad orchids, butterflies, moths and other fascinating insects – all of which constitute the potential for a major, low volume, tourist destination in the

The people of the area are as diverse, with many examples of song, dance, music, cuisine, handicrafts and other artisan skills that make for a fascinating complement to the nature side of trip to this part of Africa.

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