Rwanda safari tours

Many travelers visit Rwanda on a holiday to trek its famous mountain gorillas, sometimes as an add-on to a safari in Uganda, Congo, Kenya or Tanzania, stay for just three or four days and then leave, which is a shame because there is so much more to see on a Rwanda safari. This country has only three national parks, a thriving capital city, spectacular mountain landscape, unique Rwandese culture and some unexpectedly diverse wildlife, Rwanda has plenty to occupy a longer holiday and certainly deserves further exploration.

This country is located in East Africa surrounded by Uganda, Burundi, Democratic Republic of Congo and Tanzania. It was under the colonial rule by Belgium until 1962 and the local language used widely is Kinyarwanda with French and Kiswahili used as official languages.