Set in southwest Rwanda, Nyungwe is one of Africa’s oldest forests, and a rainforest in its purest sense, with regular rainfalls of up to 2,000mm per annum. The forest is interspersed with well marked and maintained trails and boasts 13 rare primate species, the world’s largest ever recorded arboreal troop of black/white colobus monkeys, over 300 species of birds and 100 types of orchid.
Day 1 Nyungwe National Parl Begin your safari with a tansfer to Nyngwe National park, your drive takes about 6 ½ hrs drive via Butare visiting. Get to visit, the famous National Museum at Butare and the ancient King´s Palace at Nyanza. The museum was donated in 1989 by the Belgium government with some ethnic collection, the design and concept all realized in co-operation with the Royal Museum for Central Africa of Tervuren; Belgium. Ethnographic objects are grouped together according to the theme giving premium information on the daily life. Traditional ceramics and basketry are still manufactured and belong to the finest handicrafts of the region. The National Museum remained surprisingly untouched during the civil war in 1994.threafter, Lunch and later continue to our destination arriving late for camp set up.Day 2 Chimpanzee Tracking and water fall visit Take an early morning breakfast then with your packed lunch we enter the aprk for our days activity of chimps tracking. Two species of chimpanzee occur in Africa. There is the Bonobo and the Common Chimpanzee Pan troglodytes (often shortened to Chimpanzee, and sometimes referred to as the Robust Chimpanzee). The largest remaining populations occur in central Africa (Gabon, DR Congo and Cameroon). About only 400 individuals, the population in Rwanda is an endangered one. However; it should be mentioned that it is not guaranteed to see the chimps as they are unpredictable and can move long distances in one day. After our short trek we return for relaxation before our afternoon nature walk visiting Kamiranzovu waterfall. we return i the late afternoon to our camp for dinner and overnight.Day 3 canopy and depart for Kigali Today we go for the canopy walk which sets 50 meters above the ground with a 150-meter walkway and is the first of its kind in East Africa and third on the continent after South Africa and Ghana. It allows visitors to see the forest from above the trees and be at eye level with birds and monkeys that inhabit the upper storeys of the forest. Return for lunch, later close camp and depart for Kigali.