The land of a Thousand Hills”, Rwanda is a green undulating landscape of hills, gardens and tea plantations. It offers a one of a kind holiday – home to one third of the world remaining Mountain Gorillas, one third of Africa’s birds species, several species of primates, plus there are volcanoes, game reserve, graceful dancers, artistic crafts and friendly people.

Rwanda has a number of unique delights to offer travellers. Parc National des Volcans in the Virunga volcanoes is home to the mountain gorillas to which Dian Fossey dedicated her life. Nyungwe Forest, one of the largest montane forests in Central Africa, is renowned for its large troops of colobus monkeys and rich variety of orchids. Akagera National Park is a savannah park with elephants, hippo and crocodile. Lake Kivu is a beautiful inland sea enclosed by steep terraced hillsides. There are a large variety of birds.

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Classic Gorilla Safari

A 12 day safari starting in Kigali ending Kampala which includes the opportunity of Gorilla tracking in Bwindi, Uganda and PNV, Rwanda but please note only one permit is included in the price. In addition there are game drives in Queen Elizabeth National Park, and a boat cruise on the Kazinga Channel. You will also be able to track Chimpanzees in Kyambura Gorge.

Price is £5,235 per person excluding international flights.

Rwanda Gorillas

Gorillas in PNV

A 4 day safari that starts and finishes in Kigali. This safari can also be done on a private basis. (One PNV gorilla permit is included in the cost but the other gorilla trecking require a supplement to be paid at time of booking).

Price is £2,185 per person excluding international flights

Rwanda Safari Virunga

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A combination of tropical location and high altitude ensures that most of Rwanda has a temperate year-round climate. Temperatures rarely stray above 30 degrees Celsius by day or below 15 degrees Celsius at night throughout the year. The exceptions are the chilly upper slopes of the Virunga Mountains, and the hot low-lying Tanzania border area protected in Akagera National Park. Throughout the country, seasonal variations in temperature are relatively insignificant. Most parts of the country receive in excess of 1,000mm of precipitation annually, with the driest months being July to September and the wettest February to May.

Tracking gorillas is excellent all year regardless of which season it is