Welcome to Rwanda
Welcome to Rwanda
Rwanda Weather is perfectly warm all year around. Get informed about Rain Season and Dry Season.
The Land of a Thousand Hills is just beautiful wherever you look. Great Landscape Photos guaranteed!
You can fly here from all around the World or travel by Land Borders from DRC, Uganda, Burundi or Tanzania.
There is always something going on in Rwanda. Festivals, Parties, Expos, Wildlife and so much more.
Known as the land of a thousand hills, Rwanda’s stunning scenery and warm, friendly people offer unique experiences in one of the most remarkable countries in the world. It is blessed with extraordinary biodiversity, with incredible wildlife living throughout its volcanoes, montane rainforest and sweeping plains.
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“A conservation pioneer, Dian Fossey wrote: in the heart of central Africa, so high up that you shiver than you sweat, are great, old volcanoes towering almost 15,000 feet, and nearly covered with rich, green rainforest – the Virungas.
Unwind in the virunga mountains – home to the majestic mountain gorillas. In this world renown rush green volcanic mountains lies the location Rwanda is famously known for, here you can view not only gorillas but Albertine Rift Valley endemic golden monkeys among others.
Thinking about hiking? Challenge yourself to reach the peak of a volcano! If you can make it to the top of one or why not all of them, then I applaud – you are an Alpinist!”
“Eastern province is known to be warm – it’s the savanna area of Rwanda. These dry savanna landscapes are home to Africa’s big five: Lion, Leopard, Rhino, Elephant and Buffalo.
Wildlife is not viewed better anywhere else in Africa. With only, very recent introduction of the white Rhinos, ANP is more diverse than ever before. For keen birders, over 480 species of birds can be found in this diverse habitat… you will be in awe every minute you spend here. We suggest you don’t miss the sunset boat trip on lake Ihema with our friend Emmanuel Nkuranga or any of the brilliant boat guides.”
“Nyungwe Forest is one of the oldest Rainforests in Africa. It is so rich in biodiversity and is Home to more than 1.000 species of plants, more than 800 species of birds, 13 species of primates and many other spectacular animals, which you’ll see on one of your hikes. Don’t miss the chance to take a walk on the canopies – 70 meters above the Rainforest ground. ”
“Canoeing on the river or the twin lakes are another way to see Rwanda from a unique, different perspective. The majestic views of volcanoes or sunsets whilst kayaking on lake Kivu are experiences worth your time – an adventure you don’t want to miss. Not only is paddlesport good for physical health, it also is good for your mental wellbeing, you will feel so relaxed at the end, especially on the Mukungwa river canoe trip. Look out for birds and different species of plants and shrubs! Perfect location to be one with nature and getting a peek into the life of local communities. As neither canoes nor kayaks have engines, you’ll be contributing zero carbon footprint.”
“There are so many more activities you can be a part of when being in Rwanda. From Hiking, Mountain-biking, Stand-up-paddling or Roadtripping to cultural experiences like cooking classes, visiting the king’s palace and the royal cows in Nyanza. Rwanda is a very divers country – whoever arrives here, will return home happy!
If you need help planning your trip to Rwanda, contact us!”
Welcome to Rwanda