MUST DO THINGS IN RWANDA-RWANDA SAFARIS
Mountain gorillas are the largest primate found in the world. The primates exist in only 3 countries of which Rwanda is among. According to IUCN listing they are among the most endangered species of animals in the world.
Gorillas in Rwanda can be tracked in Volcanoes national Park. This is the most interesting activity done in this national park which provides tourists with an exciting experience. Tourists on gorilla tracking safaris can also be in position to identify different species of birds and other primates.
Chimpanzees are the closest relatives to humans which have not evolved. These exceptional primates are found in Nyungwe Forest National Park and thus a must visit destination while on your safaris to Rwanda. In Nyungwe forest National Park, you will not only track down chimpanzees but also various primates like the golden monkeys, silver monkeys, red-tailed monkeys, olive baboon among others thus enriching your experience.
Rwanda is a home of valleys and beautiful hills. The country has beautiful scenery and landscape which has attracted a lot of safaris to Uganda. Visiting the national parks in Rwanda gives you more surprising beauty while engaging in nature walks. Hiking on the Volcanoes National park gives you the chance of seeing the golden monkeys and enjoying they beauty of the park while on foot. Feel experiential while footing in the African National parks and have a beautiful memory to take home.
Rwanda safaris give the best birding adventure to tourists while on their safaris in Rwanda. This country is the home for different species of birds because of the abundance of its habitats. It accommodates many birds’ species including two rare species which include flamingos, pelican, Ducks, Geese and Swans, shoebill stork and other storks among others
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