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Rwanda, an East African country, is known for its unique environment, blending East African destinations like Uganda and Kenya. Its diverse landscapes, including volcanoes, highland rainforests, and gorillas, make it an ideal destination for wildlife enthusiasts. Rwanda’s Nyungwe Forest National Park and Akagera National Park offer big game viewing, making it a popular destination for wildlife enthusiasts.

Must see attractions in Rwanda

Volcanoes National Park Volcanoes National Park, located in Rwanda and Uganda, is a 2 hour drive from Kigali. It is home to the World’s Endangered Mountain Gorillas, 5 of the 8 beautiful Virunga Volcanoes, rare Golden monkeys, numerous bird species, and has a historic connection to American primatologist Diane Fossey. Visitors can enjoy Gorilla Trekking, volcano hikes, bird watching, Golden Monkey Trekking, cave exploration, cultural encounters, and Lake Kivu tours.

Lake Kivu Lake Kivu, Rwanda’s largest watershed, is surrounded by resort towns like Gisenyi and Kibuye, offering a variety of activities for visitors. These towns offer guesthouses, hotels, restaurants, and sandy grounds for relaxation. Activities include sunbathing, swimming, boating, canoeing, kayaking, hiking, picnicking, coffee and tea plantation tours, and cycling on the Congo Nile Trail.

Nyungwe National Park Nyungwe National Park, located in southwestern Rwanda, is a largely preserved and untouched mountain rainforest. It is home to numerous primate species, bird species, and mammals. The park offers hiking trails, waterfalls, and a unique canopy walk. Visitors can enjoy various activities and leave with a sense of adventure and nature.

Kigali Genocide Memorial Grounds The Kigali Genocide Memorial Museum, located in Kigali city, Rwanda, serves as a place of remembrance and learning. It houses archives of testimonies, photographs, colonial documents, and propaganda publications. Visitors can explore the tragic event for educational, personal, and research purposes, shedding light on the historical implications of the 1994 Rwandan Genocide.

Akagera National Park Akagera National Park, located in Eastern Rwanda, is a hidden game park surrounded by low mountains and woodlands. It is home to the Big 5 animals in Rwanda, including Lions, Elephants, Leopards, Buffalo, and Eastern Black Rhinoceros. Visitors can enjoy wildlife viewing through guided walks, self-guided drives, or boat cruises along Lake Ihema.

King’s Palace Museum Rwanda’s King’s Palace Museum, located in Nyanza Town, is a must-see attraction in Nyungwe National Park. Just two hours’ drive from Kigali city, visitors can explore the country’s rich culture and colonial rulership. The museum features a replica of a 15th-century King’s Palace, a colonial-style home, and traditional performances of singers lulling Inyambo Cows into a mellow state through poems. This unique cultural experience is a top tourist attraction in Rwanda.

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