Breathtaking Rwanda offers a complete Safari experience
Rwanda, often known as the Land of a Thousand Hills, is a small nation in central Africa that borders Burundi, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Uganda, and Tanzania. Rwanda’s diverse ecosystems support a wide range of animals, including mountain gorillas, chimps, golden monkeys, hippo giraffes, zebras, leopards, crocodiles, and over 600 bird species. A tenth of Rwanda has been classified as an Important Birding Area.
Rwanda has three major wildlife destinations: Volcanoes National Park, Nyungwe Forest National Park, and Akagera National Park, each with a distinct species. Aside from birdwatching, animal viewing possibilities are limited outside of these national parks. Volcanoes National Park is well renowned for its mountain gorilla population, which numbers in the hundreds. This comprises a dozen habituated groups, for whom 96 tracking licenses are given per day.
Nyungwe Forest National Park is Rwanda’s most biodiverse location. It safeguards at least 1,050 plant species, as well as 85 mammals, 310 birds, 32 amphibians, and 38 reptiles. Chimpanzee, Ruwenzori colobus, L’Hoest’s monkey, silver monkey, owl-faced monkey, red-tailed monkey, Dent’s monkey, crowned monkey, vervet monkey, olive baboon, potto, and at least two species of bushbaby are also present. The leopard is the sole member of the Big Five that lives in Nyungwe, however, they are rarely seen. Bushbuck and three kinds of duiker are examples of antelope.
Akagera National Park is a more traditional African savannah reserve where you can view all five of the Big Five. The most prevalent animals are buffaloes and elephants, although leopards, as well as lions and black rhinos, are becoming more popular during night drives. Maasai giraffe, Burchell’s zebra, warthog, olive baboon, vervet monkey, hippo, impala, Defassa waterbuck, bushbuck, common duiker, eland, topi, Bohor reedbuck, oribi, roan antelope, klipspringer, and the secretive semi-aquatic sitatunga are among the other fauna. On night drives, you may observe a spotted hyena, a genet, a civet, a white-tailed mongoose, a bushbaby, an elephant-shrew, and several kinds of owls and nightjars.
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