Indulge yourself in one of the world’s greatest wildlife encounters when you travel to Rwanda, the “Land of 1,000 Hills". Experience a host of unforgettable moments when you go to primate treks, mountain treks, and many more! Plus, your comfortable lodge offers incredible vistas of the stunning, luxuriant jungle. This 10 days tour is a full package that lets you experience Rwanda like a local.


Day 1. Kigali city tour 

Marriot Hotel in Kigali city 


Upon arrival at Kigali International Airport, you will be met by our representative, outside the airport arrivals section and transferred to your hotel.

Meal Available 
Accommodation available 


Day 2. Akagera National Park 


Breakfast at the hotel.
Depart for Akagera National Park to arrive in time for Lunch.
In the late afternoon enjoy a game viewing drive returning to the lodge in time for dinner.


Game Drive in Akagera National Park


Bordering Rwanda's eastern neighbor Tanzania, Akagera National Park could scarcely be more different in mood from the breezy cultivated hills that characterize much of Rwanda. Dominated scenically by the labyrinth of swamps and lakes that follow the meandering course of the Akagera River, the most remote source of the Nile, this is an archetypal African savannah landscape of tangled acacia woodland interspersed with open grassland.
Akagera is, above all, a big game country! home to herds of elephants, Zebra, Giraffe, Lions, White Rhinos, and buffalo emerge from the woodland to drink at the lakes, while lucky visitors might stumble across a leopard, a spotted hyena.


Day 3. Akagera National Park 


Breakfast at the lodge.
Enjoy a morning game drive.

Lunch at the lodge
In the afternoon, go for an exciting boat riding trip to explore the natural beauty of Rwanda. (boat ride cost included)


Boat cruise in Akagera

Dinner and overnight at lodge.

Meals: B, L, D
Accommodation: Akagera Lodge/Ruzizi Tented Lodge

Day 4. Transfer to Kigali from Akagera 


After breakfast, depart for Kigali with a game viewing drive en-route.
Lunch in Kigali followed by a city tour of Kigali.

The history of Rwanda dates back centuries, Kigali has been a part of it for 100 years. Founded in 1907 as a German settlement, Kigali did not become the capital until Rwanda’s independence in 1962 when it replaced the colonial seat of power in Butare.

Visit the old Kigali and the craft centers then visit the genocide memorial site. Learn about Rwanda’s history from pre-colonial times to the 1994 genocide; learn about other genocides in the world and how this country has dealt with that past. Tour more and see the new developments in Rwanda; the recovery has been incredible, a testament to humankind’s resilience.

Visit the genocide museum.


Day 5. Transfer to Nyungwe forest from Kigali

Breakfast at the hotel.
Then drive south for a visit to the historical towns of Nyanza and Butare. Visit the Nyanza Kings
Palace and the Huye ethnographic museum.
Lunch en route.
Proceed to your lodge.
Dinner and overnight at lodge.

Meals: B, L, D
Accommodation Available 


Day 6. Explore Nyungwe Tropical forest ( Canopy Walk, Isumo WaterFall, and chimps trekking )


04h30: Start early for an early morning forest nature walk in the park tracking Chimpanzees in the forest. This is the time to watch the forest's birdlife too.
Return to the lodge for lunch. In the afternoon, enjoy the canopy walk. (Cost offered separately) or at leisure.

Colobus monkeys in Nyungwe


Return to the hotel for dinner and overnight.
Dinner and overnight at lodge.

Meals: B, L, D
Accommodation:  Available 


Day 7. Transfer to Lake Kivu 

Breakfast at the lodge.
Drive to Lake Kivu.
Lunch en route.

Enjoy the afternoon at leisure on the shores of the lake or optional activities available (cost not

Lake Kivu in Rwanda


Dinner and overnight at lodge.

Meals: B, L, D
Accommodation: Available 

Day 8. Lake Kivu / Volcanoes National Park 



Breakfast at the lodge.
Depart on a scenic drive towards Volcanoes National Park. Arrive at Ruhengeri, the base for Gorilla trekking at the Parc National des Volcans.

Ruhengeri is the base for Gorilla trekking at the Parc National des Volcans. The town is located only 25km from the Uganda border and is relatively a small city of about 70,000 people. The constant flow of humanity is quite remarkable. The Town has great views of the surrounding volcanoes. People are very friendly here and although a former Belgian colony (and thus French-speaking), many people speak English here. It is an approximately 2.5hrs drive from Kigali to the Volcanoes National park.

Lunch at your lodge.
Afternoon, visit the magical twin lakes Burera and Ruhondo.

Meals: B, L, D
Accommodation: Bisate Lodge/
Virunga Lodge/Sabyinyo Silverback Lodge/Bishops Lodge/Mountain Gorilla View Lodge


Day 9. Volcanoes National Park  ( Mountain Gorilla trekking )

Early breakfast at the lodge.
0620 hrs: Transfer to the Volcanoes National Park HQs for your first day of trekking.
0700 hrs: Briefing by your trackers then drive to the trailhead for the start of your amazing Gorilla Tracking adventure.

Gorilla Trekking in Rwanda


Porters may be hired for the trek to carry your backpack and gear.
The cost is ten USD per person/per day. We advise that you utilize this service.

Your trek starts in the cultivated foothills of the Virunga offering stirring views in all directions. When it enters the national park, trekkers will be immersed in the mysterious intimacy of the rainforest, alive with the colorful bird calls, chattering golden monkeys, littered with fresh spoor of the mountains’ elusive buffalo and elephant. Through gaps in the canopy, the magnificent peaks are glimpsed, among the highest in Africa yet easily accessible, beckon an ascent.

Weaving through overhanging vines, moss-covered hagenia trees, and giant lobelias that thrive in the tropical climate, our experienced trackers, who have spent their entire lives in or close to this forest, soon bring us up close with one of the Gorilla Families.

Upon sighting the gorillas, you will stay with them for a magical hour as they go about their daily life, feeding, playing, resting; raising their young. Coming face to face with a giant silverback must truly be one of the greatest wildlife experiences on earth!

After the trek, rejoin your driver Guide for a transfer to your lodge for lunch.
In the afternoon, interact with culture and history at the Ibyiwacu Cultural Village


Meals: B, L, D
Bisate Lodge/Virunga Lodge/Sabyinyo Silverback Lodge/Bishops Lodge/Mountain Gorilla View Lodge


Day 10. Transfer back to Kigali 

Breakfast at the lodge.
Drive back to Kigali - with onward transfer to the airport for your outbound flight. Flights after 1300Hrs recommended(Cost of flight not included)

Meals: None
Accommodation: None




African Travellers Ltd is dedicated to helping you plan your getaway in Rwanda’s tourist destinations such as Musanze town and other parts of Rwanda. We offer both economy and mid-range packages at affordable rates. We also help you acquire high-quality accommodation, serving your full interests. We thrive on making your vacation one of the best. Musanze is a town located on the foothills of the Virunga Massif in the northern province of Rwanda.

Classic lodge hotel in Musanze 

The town is the closest to the Volcanoes National Park offering perfect views of the Virunga volcanoes. We offer you guides who will lead you in exploring the town. You can go caving in the Musanze caves which are over a million years old, formed during the creation of the volcanoes. The caves are about 45km long and are filled with total darkness, when exploring you are assigned a torch. There are over 45 other caves that you can visit in the area.

 Taking a visit to the twin lakes Burera and Ruhondo can also be exciting. To make it even more exciting you can reach there by bike from Musanze town. At the lakes, you may engage in fun activities such as camping, canoeing, taking village walks, and birding. You may also hire boats that will take you to different islands for marvelous photos. You may also engage in golden monkey tracking in volcanoes national park and encounter the most beautiful primates found in Africa. They live on the lower slopes of the volcanoes thus easier to find. You may also go on a city tour on foot which may take about two hours, visit the markets and have a cultural tour in Nkotsi village. You may be interested in visiting the restaurants in the town, La Pailotte being one of the most popular due to its pizzas, or having a taste of the street food.




  • Accommodation
  • Gorilla permit of $1500
  • Meals:  breakfasts, lunches
  • Private Transport: 4x4 safari vehicle.
  • Driver and Fuel
  • Porters and Rangers
  • Arrival transfer
  • Entrances fees
  • English or French speaking guide
  • Site permits
  • All transport between destinations and to/from included activities



  • Airfare to and from destination
  • Trip cancellation insurance
  • Visas
  • Any activity not described in What's Included
  • Beers and Hotel






All trip prices are per person based on double occupancy or single occupancy unless otherwise noted, are subject to change without notice, and do not include airfare. Optional activities are at an additional cost. All prices and fares are quoted in U.S. dollars.


Arrive at any time. An arrival transfer is included. Thanks for choosing AFRICAN TRAVELLERS Ltd.




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