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Discover Rwanda 990 , 7 Days
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Aiming to become the "The Singapore of Africa", Rwanda is a country full of surprises. It's become one of Africa's most sought after wildlife destinations - here you have the opportunity to see the endangered mountain gorilla, as well as buffalo, antelope, giraffe, leopards, hyenas and unique bird species.
The unspoiled nature is not the only thing Rwanda will amaze you with. The Genocide Memorial, builld to honour the victims of the horrific genocide that happened 25 years ago, provides a lot of food for thought. The country has however embarked on a new path of social, political and ecological development ever since and it's obvious by its infrastructure and the local's everyday life.
Witnessing those efforts, along with experiencing the warmth and friendliness of the locals, turn this tour into a rewarding expericene, combining both natural and cultural highlights.

Highlights:
♦ See chimps, Colobus Monkeys, Mangabey Monkeys and lots of other unique wildlife on a canopy walk in Nyungwe.
♦ Go in search of a wide variety of wildlife on a safari experience in Akagera National Park.
♦ Visit the Genocide Memorial to learn of Rwanda’s history or attend a tradiitonal Gorilla Naming Ceremony.


Itinerary:
Day 1: Arrive Kigali
Arrive Kigali international airport, pick up and transfer to our hotel for rest and overnight.

Day 2: Kigali - Nyungwe NP
Early morning after breakfast, pick up from the hotel and drive to Nyungwe national park for canopy walk. Back to Kigali and overnight at the hotel.

Day 3: Kigali City tour
After breakfast at the hotel, start the tour. Visit to Kigali genocide memorial, Richard Kandt museum, Nyamirambo women center, Kimironko market then back to the hotel and overnight.

Day 4: Kigali – Akagera NP
Early morning leave to Akagera National Park for game driving. The park, located along the Tanzanian border, is named for the Kagera River which flows along its eastern boundary feeding into Lake Ihema and several smaller lakes. The complex system of lakes and linking papyrus swamps makes up over a third of the park, which is the largest protected wetland in Eastern-Central Africa. The varied terrain shelters wildlife including zebras, giraffes, elephants, lions and hundreds of bird species, such as the rare shoebill stork. In the southern part of the park, vast Lake Ihema is home to hippos and crocodiles.
Back to Musanze city in the afternoon for overnight.

Day 5: Musanze
Early morning drive to Kinigi for tracking Golden monkey then visit to Gorilla guardian’s village (Ibyiwacu culture village).

Day 6: Musanze Cave - Kigali
After breakfast at the hotel drive to Musanze cave. In the cave there are many wild migratory bats. Continue to twin lakes (Burera and Ruhondo) where we will enjoy boat trip. Back to Kigali.

Day 7: Departure
Transfer to Kigali international airport for departure.


Price Includes:
Good 3*** hotels in Kigali and Musanze in rooms with private facilities and breakfast
all transport acc/ itinerary
Entrance fees and permits
free mineral water and porters fee

Not Included:
tips
other meals than breakfast
personal expenses

Additional Services:
Supplement at 2-3 pax: 500 EUR pp


Discover Rwanda (Rated 4.75 / 5 Based on 3 Reviews.)
Price
990 EUR
Duration
7 Days
Single Supplement
240 EUR
Status
Open for booking

Currency fluctuations might cause correction of price at any time.

Group Size
4-12
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