Rwanda, which is also referred to as the Land of a Thousand Hills, has been seen as one of the prime destinations for mountain gorilla tracking. Today, there are far more reasons for intrepid travelers from around the world to extend their stays in Rwanda. Besides the share of about one third of the remaining mountain gorillas, thirteen species of primates and the famous canopy walk in Nyungwe Forest are just as exciting as Akagera National Park. Lions have recently been reintroduced to the national park in the east of Rwanda, which increases the country's potential as a full safari destination. Rwanda makes for an exciting addition to Instinct Safaris' panel of journeys to Uganda and DR Congo. Your safari to Rwanda will be thrilled with more verdantly rolling green hills. Rwanda has a plunging ravine and a conducive climate modified by rich cultivation, numerous rivers and lakes with waterfalls tapped inside ancient forests. The current study portrays 200 species of trees and 300 orchid species. Driving or walking in meandering roads or trails in rural villages furnishes your experience with an endless scene of naturally elevated table like mountains, plateaus and low lying valleys.


Join us and discover the best of Rwanda. Our Gorillas in the Mist journey takes you to Akagera National Park, Nyungwe Forest National Park, Lake Kivu, and Volcanoes National Park. Highlights of this safari include morning and afternoon game drives, golden monkey tracking, chimpanzee tracking, and mountain gorilla tracking. Other activities, such as the Nyungwe canopy walk, a boat launch in Akagera National Park, and visiting a coffee production on Nyamirundi island, are planned.