Rwanda Safari Packages

Rwanda Safari Packages

Rwanda, known as the "Land of a Thousand Hills," offers a unique and unforgettable safari experience. This vibrant country is home to lush landscapes, diverse wildlife, and rich cultural heritage. From the majestic mountain gorillas in Volcanoes National Park to the sweeping savannahs of Akagera National Park, Rwanda promises an adventure of a lifetime.

Top Safari Destinations in Rwanda

1. Volcanoes National Park

2. Akagera National Park

3. Nyungwe Forest National Park

Unique Experiences

Sustainable Tourism

Rwanda is a global leader in conservation and sustainable tourism. Efforts to protect endangered species and habitats are integrated into the safari experience, ensuring that your visit contributes to the preservation of this stunning natural environment.

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Here are some popular questions often asked by travelers planning a safari in Rwanda

The best time to visit Rwanda for a safari is during the dry seasons, from mid-December to early February and from June to September. These periods offer the best conditions for gorilla trekking and wildlife viewing, with less rainfall and easier hiking conditions.

Pack light, breathable clothing in neutral colors, sturdy hiking boots, a waterproof jacket, a hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, insect repellent, binoculars, a camera, and any personal medications. Don’t forget a good quality water bottle and a small backpack for day trips.

Yes, most travelers will need a visa to enter Rwanda. Tourist visas can be obtained upon arrival at Kigali International Airport or online before your trip. It's recommended to check the specific visa requirements based on your nationality.

Yes, gorilla trekking in Rwanda is safe. Treks are conducted by experienced guides and rangers who ensure the safety of visitors while minimizing the impact on the gorillas. Following the guidelines and instructions provided by the guides is essential.

Gorilla trekking can be physically demanding as it involves hiking through dense forests and sometimes steep and uneven terrain. A moderate level of fitness is required, and treks can last anywhere from 1 to 5 hours depending on the location of the gorilla group.

As of 2024, a gorilla trekking permit in Rwanda costs $1,500 per person. This fee includes the trek, park entry, and an hour with a gorilla family. It's advisable to book permits well in advance due to limited availability.

Besides mountain gorillas, Rwanda offers the chance to see golden monkeys, chimpanzees, a variety of other primates, elephants, lions, leopards, buffalos, hippos, crocodiles, and a wide range of bird species, especially in parks like Akagera and Nyungwe.

Rwanda is considered one of the safest countries in Africa for tourists. The country has low crime rates and a stable political environment. However, it's always advisable to follow common travel safety guidelines.

Rwanda offers a range of accommodations from luxury lodges and boutique hotels to mid-range lodges and budget-friendly options. There are also eco-lodges and tented camps for a more immersive experience.

Yes, many travelers combine a Rwanda safari with visits to neighboring countries such as Uganda, Kenya, and Tanzania. East Africa offers diverse safari experiences, and regional flights make it easy to travel between countries.


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