Rwanda National Parks | Where to go for Rwanda Adventure Tours?
Only a few years ago, this was a fairly short topic of conversation as there was pretty much only one park and that was Volcanoes National Park where you could track the gorillas on any Rwanda Adventure Tours. These days, however, things have changed and the curious traveler has much more to get excited about.
Rwanda’s National Parks offer diversity often not experienced in East Africa of Rwanda Adventure Tours, with rainforest on the slopes of the Virunga Volcanoes in the west, the montane forests of Nyungwe National Park in the southwest, and the savannah plains of Akagera National Park in the east. Combined, these national parks provide a stunning journey through one of central Africa’s most thriving destinations.
Rwanda’s National Parks are a testament to the wildlife authorities, being well managed with clear park fees and structures and a selection of comfortable accommodation.
Rwanda’s National Parks that Offer Exciting Rwanda Adventure Tours
Volcanoes National Park
A stunning chain of volcanoes stretches off into the distance, evoking the romanticism of tropical jungle forests and the gentle mountain gorilla giants that inhabit them within.
Akagera National Park
In 2010, African Parks conservation took over the management of this eastern savannah reserve and in the last 10 years, it has gone from strength to strength with the introduction of rhino and lion adding to the already healthy populations of giraffe, zebra, hyena, and more.
Nyungwe Forest National Park
Nyungwe is a lovely gallery forest with walking trails. Home to semi-habituated chimpanzees and a friendly group of black and white colobus monkeys.