The ultimate primate experience, trek through local villages and lush rainforests with the breathtaking reward of finding yourself in the company of a family of gorillas. One of Africa's major highlights, Bwindi Impenetrable National Park is home to approximately half of the world’s population of mountain gorillas, the world's most endangered ape. A close encounter with these amazing animals is not soon forgotten.
• 3 days
This opportunity enables you to enjoy learning traditional drumming and dancing with your teachers. You will have fun and learn some basic dance steps and share a bit of the history of Rwandan dance. After practising, you will put all of the steps the expert dance instructors help you put everything together in a performance of your very own. Then the drummers will teach you some traditional beats, or you can even do a bit of free styling of your own on the traditional drums. No experience or expertise is necessary; it is simply fun for anyone brave enough to give it a go.
• 3 hours
This exciting 3-day Rwanda Gorilla Safari takes you to visit the endangered Mountain Gorillas. Explore bamboo forests, marvel at National Volcanic Parks, and visit the Visit the Kigali Memorial Center. Includes airport pickup and drop-off, accommodation at a relaxing lodge, and meals.
• 3 days
Akagera national park is located in Eastern Rwanda on the border with Tanzania. African parks is currently managing this park and has done a great job with the conservation. In the past there were lots of conflict between people and the park but this was solved by fencing off part of the park and the introduction of community tours where visitors are encouraged to visit the communities and benefit accordingly. Akagera national park is a the only Savannah park in Rwanda and is home to several mammal species including Lions, Elephants, Giraffes, Hippos, Kobs, Zebras, Bushbucks, Waterbucks and most recently Black Rhinos have been introduces from South Africa, making Akagera national park officially a big 5 park like it was many years ago. It is also home to numerous bird species in the several habitats which include woodland, swamps, lakes and Savannah.
• 1 day
Our City Tour is designed to give you an intimate view of Kigali on a fun, action packed day. Our tour is the perfect way to kick off your visit to Rwanda and give you the confidence to explore on your own.Your guide is a Kigali resident who know this city better than anyone else. The tour visits a wide range of places to give you a varied yet intimate view of the city and give you great insight to the city and country in just one day.
• 7 hours
This 2 day trip will give you a Adventure Camping safari outlook of Rwanda – the land of “a thousand Hills.” Akagera National Park is a mixture of Savannah and forested areas giving you varied sights of Rwanda. Get to enjoy sleeping under the canvas in this vast Savannah grassland, boat trip in Lake Ihema, game drives in the expansive park plus transfers to and from the park with an experience safari guide.
• 2 days
Rwanda Cultural tour offer you and opportunity to visit Rwanda cultural diversity including the people, activities, sites as well as interact with the locals. You'll spend 3 days trans-versing the country the local way on a "Moto-Taxi" and if possible hop in one of the buses that ferry the locals to the market just to get the feel and experience. Get to spend a night on a homestay, prepare meals and share cultural stories with your host during your time with them.
• 3 days
Kigali, referred to as the greenest city in Africa, boost of various land mark buildings and culture diversity that most visitors find it hard to explore its many highlights. Discover the city on a local motorcycle known as 'MOTO" and enjoy the breeze as your ride along your tour that includes Genocide Memorial, Nyamirambo quarters, art exhibitions and various spots of interest. after a day of sightseeing retires to your hotel for relaxation and overnight.
• 1 day
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.
• 3 days
The Nyamata and Ntarama Genocide Memorials are situated in Bugesera region approximately 35km from Kigali City. Bugesera is about an hour’s drive south of Kigali.Nyamata was one of the worst sites of the unfolding of the genocide – the numbers of victims alone are staggering. 10,000 people were murdered inside the church building alone – yet more outside. Like Ntarama, Nyamata lies in a region that had a particularly high proportion of Tutsis amongst the population. It was also there, on the other hand, that churches did serve as safe havens during the earlier genocidal outbreaks before 1994. This is why so many people crammed into churches all over the country to seek shelter, not knowing that these buildings would turn into death traps this time around. Nyamata became one of the starkest examples of this. The frightened Tutsis who had locked themselves in the church were not to be spared by the Hutu killer hordes.
• 8 hours