Discover Uganda & Rwanda

Undisturbed and unspoilt Uganda & Rwanda

In combination with a visit to Kenya and Tanzania, you can go on a unique and unrepeatable several-days trekking in the mountainous area of Uganda, where on the border with Rwanda is the only natural reserve where you can see mountain gorillas in their natural habitat. Home to a vibrant population with some of the richest primate forests and bird-watching circuits in all Africa. East Africa is at its very best when combined with Rwanda and Uganda. Tracking gorillas through misty, seemingly impenetrable forests can be an exhausting process as the paths are often slippery, entangled and wet. But this effort is quickly forgotten the minute you encounter these beautiful graceful creatures. An awe-inspiring, exhilarating and intimate experience.

Highlights

  • Gorilla tracking, an amazing experience
  • The richest primate forests
  • Best bird-watching in Africa
  • Best in combination with Kenya or Tanzania

Parks

Uganda

Murchison Falls National Park

A variety of unique habitats and lots of birds species make a visit to this park a must for every birder. The birding experience here is greatly enhanced by the abundant wildlife and scenic landscape.
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Rwanda

Volcans National Park

This corner of north-western Rwanda is a breath-taking unforgettable place where culture, adventure and conservation intersect.
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Uganda

Queen Elizabeth National Park

One of the absolute top wildlife viewing parks of Africa. The park’s diverse ecosystems, which include sprawling savanna, shady, humid forests, sparkling lakes and fertile wetlands, make it the ideal habitat for classic big game.
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Uganda

Mountain Elgon National Park

It is named after an extinct shield volcano .The Park is an important water catchment for the Nzoia River and for the Turkwel River & also a paradise for bird watchers.
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Uganda

Kibale Forest National park

An amazing tropical forest that offers the best place for chimpanzee tracking and also harbours the greatest variety and concentration of primates found anywhere in East Africa.
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Attractions

Rwanda

Colubus Monkey tracking

These charismatic monkeys – sometimes referred to as Ruwenzori Colobus - take up the final place in Rwanda’s Big-4 primate species. Nyungwe Forest is home to this attractive species.
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Rwanda

Sea Kayak- Lake Kivu

Explore a picturesque coastline where traditional fishing boats play the azure waters and lush, verdant hills reach up around us while paddling.
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Rwanda

Gorilla tracking

Tracking the endangered mountain gorillas on the slopes of the Virunga volcanoes is a magical experience. Hike through mountain forests to experience these gentle creatures.
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Rwanda

Canopy Walking

Visitors to Nyungwe National Park can experience the rainforest from a new perspective: the Canopy Walkway. Hanging 60 meters above the forest floor between giant trees and towers.
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Rwanda

Dian Fossey Tomb trail

Visit Dian Fossey’s original scientific base. Karisoke scientific base was established by Dian Fossey in the saddle area between two volcanoes. Walk through some of the most beautiful streches of rainforest.
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Cities & Towns

Rwanda

Kibuye

It is true, on this part of the lake good beaches are less common but the steep hills that fall into the deep green waters and the indented shoreline with a smattering of islands nearby make it extremely picturesque.
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Rwanda

Gisenyi

Landlocked Rwanda may be a long way from the ocean, but that doesn’t mean you can’t have a beach holiday here. Visit one of the deepest and most voluminous lakes in the world.
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Rwanda

Butare

Due to the large number of university students and student-centered activities in the city, Butare is often regarded as a university city of Rwanda.
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Ruhengeri (Musanze)

Musanze is a pleasant town to explore on foot, and it’s situated near a number of interesting natural sights, with the massive Virunga volcanoes looming to the north and west.
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Kigali

Kigali is the dynamic capital at the heart of our country. Peacefully nestled along picturesque hilltops, Kigali is a great place to begin or end any Rwanda journey.
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