It is impossible not to have the adventurous and thrilling holiday you’ve always desired in Rwanda because of the country’s abundance of natural attractions. A fascinating savannah, undulating hills and deep valleys, an abundance of wildlife, and stunning natural beauty are all features of Rwanda, sometimes known as the “land of a thousand hills.” Kigali, the country’s capital, is a beautiful place with lots to see and enjoy.
- Meals: breakfasts, lunches
- Private Transport: 4x4 safari vehicle.
- Driver and Fuel
- Porters and Rangers
- Arrival transfer
- Entrances fees ( Where Applicable)
- English or French speaking guide
- Site permits
- All transport between destinations and to/from included activities
- Airfare to and from destination
- Trip cancellation insurance
- Any activity not described in What's Included
- Beers and Hotel
Day 1: Rwanda
At The Kigali International Airport, our driver will pick you up in a private vehicle and will transport you to the hotel to leave your luggage. After that, we'll take you on a city tour. Visit the top of Mount Kigali for views of the city and the surrounding area, a milk bar, a stop at the Richard Kant House, a stop at a local market, a stop at an art installation, a delicious Rwandan lunch, the best coffee in town, a stroll through the neighborhood, and the trip ends at the Kigali Genocide Memorial. Around 2:30 pm, our journey comes to a close at the Kigali Genocide Memorial. For those who are interested, our driver and vehicle will wait with you until 5 o'clock (when the memorial shuts). We strongly advise going to the Memorial. Those who don't want to see the Memorial can also choose to be driven back to their hotel at 2:30 pm.
Please note that lodging is not included in this tour.
Day 2: Nyungwe Forest
Go to Nyungwe now Leave Kigali; en route, stop at some historically significant locations along the main road, such as King’s Palace, the National Museum of Rwanda, and Before you go on a late-afternoon trip to the tea estates to see the tea plantation, check into the hotel and have a quick nap. At your guest house, spend the night.
Day 3: Nyungwe Forest
Nyungwe National Park on Day 3. After an early (4:45 am) breakfast, proceed to the monkey trekking location. You can proceed to the Canopy Walkway after hiking. This is 200 meters long and 50 meters above the earth. The towering platform is situated above a deep, narrow valley that cuts through a sizable forest. The hundreds of square meters-long hanging platform that gives guests access to the Nyungwe Forest's many animal species also gives them a chance to get up close and personal with many bird species and several primate species, all of which enjoy living in the forest's higher elevations. Additionally, you will get the opportunity to explore the tea factory or meet farmers in the tea fields. then proceed to Rusizi by car. Lunch is served at the hotel after check-in. After the chimp hike, take some time to unwind. Visit a suggested hotel for the night. Nyungwe National Park also offers activities like the canopy walk, the Kamiranzovu route, bird viewing, hiking, and other trails of activities that can be confirmed according to your goals. These activities are in addition to chimpanzee trekking.
Day 4: Kibuye
Travel to Karongi (formerly Kibuye); see. The "Peace" Islands of Amahoro and Napoleon's Hut On the island, savor fried fish and potatoes from Kivu as well as your favorite cold beverages. Any member or visitor who is interested is free to swim. Visit a suggested hotel for the night.
Day 5: Musanze
Transfer to Musanze on day five. Go to Musanze now. visits Burera and Ruhondo, twin lakes, in the late afternoon. Stay the night at the suggested hotel.
Day 6: Gorilla trekking Musanze ( Volcanoes National Park)
Gorilla trekking on day six. Early breakfast (5:30 am); gorilla trekking procedures begin at the park's administrative center at 7:00 am. Once you've finished with the gorilla hike, take a break, pay a polite visit to the Karisoke Research Center, and then go to Kinigi Cultural Village to take in the traditional dance. Stay the night at the suggested hotel.
Day 7: Rubavu
Check into the hotel after being transferred to Rubavu, Gisenyi city (current Rubavu). As we travel to Rubona fishing village to observe the hot springs and learn about the fishermen's way of life, we take a tour of Gisenyi town. Lake swimming is not required. Visit a suggested hotel for the night. Visit the sorghum and banana beer factories. Sorghum and bananas are two of our staple foods in Rwanda, and we use them in a variety of ways, including as food, to make local beer and drinks, and they are crucial to our cultural practices, particularly when it comes to our customary wedding ceremonies, resolving conflicts among neighbors, fortifying ties between families, etc. There are four prevalent species of banana plants in Rwanda, and each one has its purposes and value. Being in the field will help you learn and comprehend things practically. Although sorghum manufacturing is extremely complex, it is made simple to understand and is a truly exciting experience.
Day 8: Musanze
Visitors will visit various tourist destinations in accordance as they go from Gisenyi through Musanze back to Kigali.
primarily at the Rulindo District's Kirenge Arts Complex. Visitors will have the chance to tour coffee plantations in the Gakenke District before arriving at Rulindo. Shop when traveling. More mementos can be found at the art market. Dinner at a restaurant that was suggested. To bid farewell, a party will be held in the evening with traditional dancers and singers from Rwanda.
Day 9: Kigali
Leave Rwanda. then make your way to the airport to leave Rwanda.