Rwanda🇷🇼 & Uganda🇺🇬

5 Days Rwanda & Uganda Tour/Including 2 Gorilla Treks

 

HIGHLIGHT

Day Location Accommodation Meals Activities
1 Kigalivolcanoes NP
  • Five Volcanoes Boutique ( H )
  • Mountain Gorilla View Lodge
  • Kinigi Guest House ( BG)
D Transfer
2 Volcanoes NP
  • Five Volcanoes Boutique ( H)
  • Mountain Gorilla View Lodge
  • Kinigi Guest House ( BG)
FB 1st Gorilla Trekk
3 Volcanoes NPBwindi NP
  • Gorilla Safari Lodge( L)
  • Buhoma Lodge (MR)
  • Buhoma community B… ( BG)
FB 2nd Gorillas trekk
4 Bwindi NP
  • Gorilla Safari Lodge( L)
  • Buhoma Lodge (MR)
  • Buhoma community B… ( BG)
FB Community Activities
5 Bwindi NP -Kigali
  • Check out
B Transfer

Day 1: Arrive at Kigali International Airport – Transfer to the Volcano NP

Meet and greet our tour guide/ driver who will shortly brief you about your tour in Rwanda and immediate transfer to the volcanoes National Park in the northwest part of this country.

The drive is through beautiful rolling hills, bypassing coffee, tea and banana plantations on a comfortable paved road and is approximately 2.5 hours from Kigali. Arrive at your lodge for Dinner and Overnight.

Overnight: From Luxury, Midrange, to Budget Facilities

Day 2: 1st Gorilla trekking in the Volcanoes national Park

Wake up early, have breakfast and report for briefing and after, move in a company of experienced ranger guides through the forest while searching for mountain gorillas. Time taken while searching for these great apes, rangers between 2 to 6 hours depending on the movement of the gorilla groups therefore, move with your packed lunch, water, tracking gears among others. Meet, chant and enjoy their entertainment for one hour while taking photos for remembrance. Return to your lodge, relax shortly and transfer to the Kigali for Dinner and overnight.

Overnight: From Luxury, Midrange, to Budget Facilities

Day 3: Volcanoes – Bwindi National park/Uganda

After breakfast, we leave the volcanoes National Park heading to Bwindi impenetrable forest national park in Uganda.

We will make our scenic journey through the beautiful terrain of the rolling hills of Kabale and Kisoro with terraced landscape; an area referred to as the “Switzerland of Africaheading to Bwindi via Cyanika Border.

The Journey from Volcanoes to the Bwindi national Park/Uganda takes approximately 4 hours with additional 30 Minutes of border crossing.

Arriving at the lodge in the late afternoon, have lunch and relax when enjoying the nature of the surroundings.

Overnight: From Luxury, Midrange, to Budget Facilities

Day 4: 2nd Gorilla Trekking in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park

In the morning, assemble at the park headquarters for the second experience, briefing from the park rangers about the dos and don’ts while with the gorillas. Proceed for the memorable adventure in the forest, an activity that may take 2-6 hours depending on the movement of the animals. Meet and stay with the animals for a maximum of one hour, then descend to the park headquarters and then to your Lodge for lunch and relaxation. In the evening, you may go for community walk in the nearby Batwa community, where you will be entertained and told the tales of their unique culture. Dinner and overnight at Buhoma Community Camp

Overnight: From Luxury, Midrange, to Budget Facilities

Day 5: Bwindi National Park – Kigali – Check Out

After morning breakfast drive to Kigali through Gatuna boarder. Arriving in Kigali you will first do the city tour of Kigali and after all, visit the genocide memorial site, a grim reminder of a senseless massacre of innocent’s lives in 1994. Learn about Rwanda’s history from pre-colonial times to 1994 genocide and how Rwanda has dealt with that past. We continue with our tour and see the new developments in Rwanda; the recovery has been incredible, a testament to humankind’s resilience.

After short tour, we drive to the airport for your out bound flight.

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     4 Days Gorilla – Golden Monkeys & Dian Fossey Tour

 

Day 1: Arrive at Kigali International Airport – Transfer to the Volcano NP

Meet and greet our tour guide/ driver who will shortly brief you about your tour in Rwanda and immediate transfer to the volcanoes National Park in the northwest part of this country.

The drive is through beautiful rolling hills, bypassing coffee, tea and banana plantations on a comfortable paved road and is approximately 2.5 hours from Kigali. Arrive at your lodge for Dinner and Overnight.

Overnight: From Luxury, Midrange, to Budget Facilities

Day 2: Gorilla trekking in the Volcanoes national Park

Wake up early, have breakfast and report for briefing and after, move in a company of experienced ranger guides through the forest while searching for mountain gorillas. Time taken while searching for these great apes, rangers between 2 to 6 hours depending on the movement of the gorilla groups therefore, move with your packed lunch, water, tracking gears among others. Meet, chant and enjoy their entertainment for one hour while taking photos for remembrance. Return to your lodge, relax and the rest of your Day at leisure.

Overnight: From Luxury, Midrange, to Budget Facilities

Day 3: Golden Monkey Trekking– Optional activities.

After a morning breakfast, report to the park headquarter for your second experience with different endangered species in the volcanoes “ the Golden Monkeys” It is normally an easy trek which might take between 45 Min – 2 hours.  The golden monkeys are the rare species of old world monkey now found only in the Virunga mountain range. Now endangered it is one of the species on the endangered red list. It lives in social groups of up to 90 individuals usually led by one adult male.

After the trekking, If you will still have energy left you may like to visit the colorful Musanze market and wander through the multiude of stalls selling everything form bananas and beans to brightly coloured materials and of course the kitchen sink.

Other options available are visits to Ibyiwacu cultural village, the twin lakes, beekeeping projects, a traditional healer and local medicinal garden or local school or orphanage.

Your guide will discuss with you the opportunities available on the day should you wish to get out and about in Musanze.

Overnight: From Luxury, Midrange, to Budget Facilities

Day 4: Dian Fossey Visit – Kigali – Check Out

Today you will go again in the volcanoes Park to visit the Dian Fossey Grave – This is where the primatologist Dian Fossey used to leave when habituating and doing the research on the gorillas. The hike takes between 2 – 3 hours in the forest.

After the visit you will be transferred to Kigali. If time permit, visit the genocide memorial site, a grim reminder of a senseless massacre of innocent’s lives in 1994. Learn about Rwanda’s history from pre-colonial times to 1994 genocide and how Rwanda has dealt with that past. We continue with our tour and see the new developments in Rwanda; the recovery has been incredible, a testament to humankind’s resilience.

After short tour, we drive to the airport for your evening out bound flight.

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         5 Days Bwindi and Queen Elizabeth National Park’s

 

Day  0.   Arrival and hotel transfer.

On arrival, you will be met and warmly received by your driver guide who will then brief you as he transfers you to your hotel for overnight at Golf course hotel/Hotel Africana. (BB)

Day 1. Kampala –  Bwindi

After an early morning breakfast, begin panoramic trip south-word to Bwindi Gorilla Park through the Kigezi Highlands in the beauties of the “Switzerland of Africa”. You will stop for pictures at the Equator and perform a simple experiment  here, Lunch shall be served in Mbarara, at Agip Motel proceeding later to Bwindi through the valleys of Kigezi. Dinner and overnight at Gorilla safari lodge.(FB)

Day 2. Bwindi impenetrable gorilla forest national park.

After an early morning breakfast, you will be transferred to the gorilla tracking information office where you will  receive a pre-briefing by your ranger guide who will then lead you into the jangle  at 8.30am tracking this great relatives of ours.
Lunch shall be served at your accommodation(if not parked), afternoon, transfer to Ruhija to take a guided community/nature walk on the Munyaga River trail, which is an ideal short walk. This trail leads to three delightful crystal clear waterfalls, and there is a profusion of tree ferns, epiphytic ferns, orchids and Bwindi’s colorful array of butterflies. Here you may also see birds and primates from the forest edge. Dinner and overnight at Ruhiija gorilla lodge( FB)

Day 3  Bwindi   –  Queen Elizabeth national park

After your breakfast, you will transfer to Queen Elizabeth via the Ishasha sector of the tree climbing lions and if you are lucky, you may come across this great Cats, with your Box lunch, proceeding to arrive at  Mweya safari lodge, relax into the evening, dinner and overnight.

Day 4.Queen Elizabeth national park.

After  an early warm up tea or coffee, you will transfer for a game drive that will see you return for a full breakfast, relax into the lunch hour and after lunch, Take a three hours boat cruise along the Kazinga channel, this trip passes through possibly the highest concentration of hippos and many animals can be seen drinking at the water’s edge. This gives you a great opportunity for photography, bird watching and game viewing. The prolific bird life is colorful and stupendous with well over 550 resident species. Dinner and overnight at Mweya Safari Lodge FB

Day 5. Queen Elizabeth – Kampala/Entebbe.

After an early breakfast, you will take an enroute game drive heading back to Kampala/Entebbe that allows you a lunch break in Masaka town, proceeding later to arrive in Kampala/Entebbe.

         5 Days Uganda Gorillas and Wildlife Safari

 

Trekking African Mountain Gorillas in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest is the highlight of this 5 Day Uganda Gorillas & Wildlife Safari.

Day 1: Kampala to Kibale National Park – Uganda

This Uganda Lodge Safari departs from Kampala after breakfast on day one. From the capital of Uganda, Kampala, we travel through the papyrus swamps and dense jungles of the Nile Delta area, making our way to Kibale National Park.

Arriving at Kibale, located at the foot of the Ruwenzori Mountains, we head off on a guided afternoon walk. We explore the crater lakes of the national park on our walk and experience the local culture.

We stay at a beautifully located lodge overlooking the legendary Mountains of the Moon and the scenic crater lake.

Meal Plan: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Day 2: Kibale Chimpanzee Trekking & Queen Elizabeth National – Uganda

Our day starts with an early breakfast before meeting our guide for a briefing on chimpanzee trekking in the Kibale forest.

We then set off on foot to track the chimpanzees of Kibale National Park, home to an impressive 500 chimpanzees. The dense jungles of Kibale Park are considered the best place to view chimpanzees in Africa.

The chimpanzees are commonly found feeding on figtree fruits in the game park and have been habituated to humans since 1992. The guided walk offers a great opportunity to learn more about chimpanzees and other primates, along with the various creatures of the jungle.

Kibale National Park covers 795 km² of mostly equatorial rainforest terrain. This national park is home to numerous forest wildlife species, boasting one of the highest concentrations of primates in the world. The 13 primate species include Black-and-White and Grey Cheeked Colobus, L’Hoest’s monkeys and Galagos, with chimpanzees being the main attraction.

After our guided chimpanzee trek we travel south to the Queen Elizabeth National Park, taking in the sights and looking out for game as we drive. In the evening we embark on a two hour boat trip on the Kazinga Channel, getting up close to hippos, buffalos and other wildlife.

The boat trip offers excellent bird watching opportunities, as well as the chance to see elephants, warthogs and Kobs. The banks of the channel are home to a rich variety of birds, including Pink-backed Pelicans, Pied and Malachite Kingfishers and Saddle billed Stork.

The Queen Elizabeth National Park is Uganda’s most popular protected area and covers about 1978 km². The park is scenically located on the rift valley floor between Lake Edward and Lake George flanked by towering mountains in the distance. The game park is set among hills and lakes and consists mostly of euphorbia tree-studded savannahs or grasslands. The varied habitats within Queen Elizabeth National Park host 95 mammal and 612 bird species.

Dinner and overnight stay at a budget safari lodge.

Meal plan: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Day 3: Queen Elizabeth Park to Bwindi Forest – Uganda

After coffee we set off on an early morning game drive in Queen Elizabeth Park, exploring the area along Kasenyi and Queens Mile.

Wildlife sightings include elephants, lions, buffalo, waterbucks, warthogs and various birds.

Next our journey takes us along the impressive craters of the western Rift Valley escarpment and the Ishasha section of Queen Elizabeth National Park. We take a game drive en route, looking out for wildlife, especially the tree climbing lions found in this southern part of the game park.

This rewarding drive brings us to Bwindi Impenetrable National Park in the evening. Bwindi National Park is home to the endangered African Mountain Gorillas, along with a rich diversity of wild animals and plants. Inhabitants include various other primate species, such as the blue and red tailed monkeys.

Dinner and overnight stay at an affordable community camp.

Meal plan: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Day 4: Gorilla Trekking in Bwindi – Uganda

Today we set off on the once-in-a-lifetime experience of trekking mountain gorillas in the wild.

The day starts with an early morning breakfast, before meeting up with our guide for a briefing on the gorilla trek.

We then head off into the dense vegetation of Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, best known for endangered gorilla trekking, considered the highlight of visiting Uganda.

This gorilla walk can take up to six hours, so a reasonable degree of fitness and a sturdy pair of walking shoes are required. The thrill of encountering these gentle primates in the wild is well worth the sometimes challenging trek through the thick undergrowth.

This rewarding trek through the jungle takes us in search of a group of gorillas. Once we find the African Mountain Gorillas we spend some time watching them feed and interact with each other. We get to hear the gorillas communicating with one another and marvel at the sheer size of the dominant adult male gorillas, called Silverbacks. Encountering these giant apes is one of Africa’s most poignant wildlife experiences.

Each gorilla encounter is unique, offering its own rewards. We generally get up close to the adult gorillas to watch them feeding, grooming and resting, as well as witnessing the young gorillas at play.

In the afternoon we explore a local community on foot, to gain insight into the ways of the Ugandan people living near Bwindi Park. After our village walk we return to the camp and have a drink together, recounting our unforgettable adventures with the African Mountain Gorillas.

Dinner and overnight stay at the community camp.

Meal plan: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
About Bwindi Impenetrable Forest

Located in southwestern Uganda Bwindi Impenetrable National Park covers part of the diverse Bwindi Impenetrable Forest.

Bwindi Impenetrable National Park is best known for its primate populations, being home to about half the world’s mountain gorillas, at over 300 endangered gorillas. The Bwindi Impenetrable Forest ecosystem is exceptionally high in biodiversity, with rich flora and fauna species. This lush forested area hosts some of the richest tree, small mammal, bird, butterfly, reptilian, and moth populations.

Bwindi is a birding paradise, home to 348 bird species. This area is one of Uganda’s best bird watching destinations supporting nearly all of the Albertine Rift endemic species found in Uganda, along with several Red Data Book species.

The Bwindi Forest of Uganda is an ancient rainforest, said to have survived the last ice age. A recently proclaimed World Heritage Site, Bwindi is one of the most biologically diverse areas in the world hosting unique and precious floral species. There’s also a substantial chimpanzee population and research shows that Bwindi is the only forest in Africa where these two apes live together.

Day 5: Bwindi to Kampala or Entebbe – Uganda

We enjoy an early breakfast on day five and then return to Kampala, visiting Igongo Cultural Village en route. Here we learn about the Bahima and Ankole cultures of Uganda, glimpsing the history of these interesting people.

Along the way we cross the Equator, stopping to take photographs and to have lunch. We arrive back in Kampala (or Entebbe on request) in time to catch evening flights, bringing this Uganda Gorilla Safari to a close.

Meal Plan: Breakfast & Lunch….

                10 Days Explore Uganda The Pearl Of Africa

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DAY 1: (Lake Mburo National Park, Whispers of the wild)

You will be met by our representative at the Airport transfer to your hotel for an overnight. The following morning, set off for the safari heading to south western Uganda with a stop at the drum maker then at Equator of Uganda for snaps and breakfast. After breakfast, drive through twisted, winding roads and lake dotted countryside, before getting into the lower thorn and Savannah scrub lands of Lake Mburo National Park, the long drive between the main road and park entrance is an excellent opportunity to see the flora and fauna, including monkeys, impala and a huge variety of birds. There is also a strong possibility that you will see zebras, as the Lake Mburo National park is the only place in Uganda where one can find the Zebras. It’s an adventure, arriving at your accommodation in time for lunch, in the afternoon; you will have a boat cruise in the main lake where the park drives its name (Lake Mburo) along you will see the hips and many bird, then return to you accommodation or go for a swim! As you wait for supper and overnight.

Meal Plan: B/L/D
Budget Accommodation (Rwonyo Tented Camp)
Luxury Accommodation (Mhingo Lodge)

DAY 2: (Lake Bunyonyi, for lover birds)
We set off early in the morning, drive south into the foothills of the Virunga Volcanoes then Lake Bunyonyi, also known as the “Switzerland of Africa” due to the landscape and scenery that surrounds it, lunch enroute arrive Lake Bunyonyi in the Afternoon. In the evening you will have the opportunity to take a local dug out canoe trip to discover the islands around the lake. You will have a chance to take a nature walk on at least one of the islands to appreciate the landscape of the area and see the lake from a variety of different angles; you will see the pygmies and their ways of life.
You will have one night next to the lake where you get the chance to enjoy the sunset whilst looking out for otters and the many different types of bird life that are in the area. Spending the night and wake up with the love songs of the birds found in this beautiful area is a wonderful experience to last a life time.
Meal Plan: B/L/D
Budget Accommodation (Bunyonyi overland resort)
Luxury Accommodation (Birdnest bunyonyi Resort)

DAY 3: (Bwindi National Park, The ultimate Gorilla Experience)

Next day after a good breakfast, continue driving through southwestern Uganda; drive up through the Kigezi hills and valleys and arrive in Bwindi early afternoon then have a well deserved lunch at your accommodation. This will be followed by simple walk to the Batwa community and the traditional healer – these are the shortest people in Uganda (the pygmies). Return to your accommodation for relaxation, supper and overnight.
Meal Plan: B/L/D
Budget Accommodation (Buhoma Community Camp)
Luxury Accommodation (Sliver Back Lodge)

DAY 4: 


Wake up in the morning, take good breakfast and collect your packed Lunch, then meet with your ranger guide before setting off into the gorilla sanctuary. The rainforest landscape is steep and densely populated with trees (you need to be physically fit) – it’s easy to see how the name of the park was derived from this forest! (Bwindi Impenetrable National Park); the park is crossed with animal trails allowing access for tourists in search of the GREAT GIANTS. The trek to find the earth’s greatest primates can take up to a full day, but the thrill of discovering this gentle giant in its own habitat is rated as one of Africa’s best wildlife watching opportunities. You will be allowed to spend one hour with the Gorillas. By the time you return to your accommodation the memories will be embedded in your mind forever. Take a refreshment then supper and overnight,
Meal Plan: B/L/D
Budget Accommodation (Buhoma Community Camp)
Luxury Accommodation (Sliver Back Lodge)

DAY 5: (Queen Elizabeth National Park: A melody of wonders)

Early in the morning after breakfast set off from Bwindi heading for Queen Elizabeth National park the drive will take around three to four hours, after arriving in the park take the road heading for the morning GAME DRIVE through the Savannah vegetation which brings to you a memorable morning game viewing when all the animal are looking for what to eat before the sun gets very hot. You are expected to see Lions, Buffaloes, Elephants, Bush Backs, worth hogs, antelopes, impalas e.t.c The park has a beautiful natural vegetation and land-scape with over 650 bird species making it number one National Park with Bird life. We shall have a break for lunch then continue with a Game Drive south into the remote area of the park, known as Ishasha searching the vast, infamous tree climbing lions! You can see three or more relaxing up in the tree after their heavy lunch; giving you chance to see again elephants, leopard, buffalo, lions, water buck, wart hogs and birds. Then drive to your accommodation for relaxation supper and overnight
Meal Plan: B/L/D
Budget Accommodation (Mweya Guest House/hostel)
Luxury Accommodation (Mweya Safari Lodge)

DAY 6:

After Breakfast, take a morning BOAT CRUISE on the Kazinga Channel situated between Lake George and Lake Edward (Great Lakes Region), where hippos, crocodiles, elephants and buffalo will be in great abundance either at the water edge, or alongside your boat! The boat will take three hours up to the famous Kazinga Channel Landing site. There are many bird species which can be seen among others include the King Fisher, Pelicans, African Fish Eagle to mention but a few all these will be seen in large numbers, thereafter return to your accommodation you can go swimming as you wait for lunch.

In the afternoon, drive to the crater lakes region here you will see salt mining and many animal are found in this area because of the availability of salty waters. You will have the whole afternoon driving around the park looking for Leopards and Hyenas there after return to your accommodation for supper and overnight.
Meal Plan: B/L/D
Budget Accommodation (Mweya Guest House/hostel)
Luxury Accommodation (Mweya Safari Lodge)

DAY 7: (The primate Capital of the World)

An early rise after breakfast we set off for Kibale National Park drive through Fort-portal town take a stop along the way to view the only highest block mount in East Africa (Mount Rwenzori) continue with the drive up to Kibale depending on where you will have your accommodation, you will check in before heading to the park headquarters for your Chimpanzee Trekking,

After lunch in the afternoon, set off for afternoon Chimpanzee trekking, after a gathering and briefing by the ranger guide you start our journey to trek the man’s closest relative the Chimpanzee. With sounds form different types of flora and fauna it’s an amazing life time experience. The park is endowed with primate lives which among others are: Chimpanzee the dominating ones, Baboon, all types of monkeys, Bush Elephants, over 600 bird species, butterflies and much more.
After a long walk in the forest we return tour accommodation for relaxation, supper and overnight
Meal Plan: B/L/D
Budget Accommodation (Crater Valley Kibale)
Luxury Accommodation (Primate Lodge Kibale or equivalent)

DAY 8: (Murchison Falls, The world’s most powerful Waterfalls)

Have an early breakfast, set off for Murchison Falls National park that morning driving through Kyenjojo up to Hioma or Masind with a break for lunch, the road through is gifted with beautiful plants up to Murchison Falls

If time allows take the road to the top of the falls, where you get to experience the awesome site of the whole river getting compressed through a 6mtr gap in the rocks before dropping 44mtrs with a thunderous roar. It creates rainbows and plumes of spray giving opportunities for some great photographs. We then return to our accommodation in preparation for super and overnight.

Meal Plan: B/L/D

Budget Accommodation (Red Chill Camp site)

Luxury Accommodation (Paraa Safari Lodge)

DAY 9:

An early rise with the sun after taking a cup of Coffee or Tea in order to be on the first ferry across the river – making the most of the best hours for Game viewing on the northern banks. Here we hope to find lions, leopard, elephants, buffalo, giraffe and many more of Africa’s big game. The Game drive will take about 3-4 hours then return to your accommodation for breakfast relaxation or go swimming at the Lodge as you wait for an early lunch to prepare for an afternoon boat cruise on the river.

At 14:00 hrs we shall head for the guided Boat Trip on the placid Victoria Nile, upstream of the base of the falls. En-route we will see many hippos, crocodiles, water buck and a wide variety of birds like the unusual shoe bill stork. The boat stops about 50mtrs away from the base of the falls allowing ample time to get some wonderful photos of one of the most powerful flows of water in the world. After wards we return to your accommodation for supper and overnight.

Meal Plan: B/L/D

Budget Accommodation (Red Chill Camp site)

Luxury Accommodation (Paraa Safari Lodge)

DAY 10:

After Breakfast, set off from Murchison Falls  drive to Masindi town and take a stop at the Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary, where you have the option of walking through a national reserve getting close to the newly reintroduced White Rhino you can have a chance of seeing two or all. Lunch will be enroute arriving Jinja in the evening, check in your accommodation then supper and overnight.

Meal Plan: B/L

Notes on Gorilla tracking

– Gorilla trekking is a strenuous activity and one should be physically fit to enjoy this tour.
– Minimum gorilla tracking age is 15 years.

–  Minimum chimpanzee tracking age is 12 years
– Anyone with signs of communicable diseases will NOT be allowed to track.
– While possession of a gorilla permit is a guarantee of trekking and sighting the gorillas, the quality of the gorilla trekking cannot be guaranteed.
– Maximum time allowed with the gorillas will NOT exceed ONE hour.

We strongly recommend the following:
– Rain poncho (lightweight)
– Long-sleeved shirt
– Waterproof trousers
– Sturdy hiking boots
– Leather gardening -type gloves
– Sunscreen,
– Insect repellent and any necessary medications must be brought by you either from your home town or Kampala.
– Still Cameras and Camcorders are allowed, but bring batteries and film from your home town or Kampala.

On confirmation, please advise the following details:
– Full names as they appear in your passports
– Dates of Birth
– Nationality
– Passport number

Please understand that gorilla permits are booked on a “first come first served” CASH basis and therefore can be snapped up by anybody.

                     HoneyMoon

Enjoy an intimate Rwanda honeymoon safari holiday in a secluded lodge deep in the heart of one of the most beautiful parts of Africa, complete with all the romantic touches you wish for.

Our Rwanda Honeymoon Safari Packages offer you a romantic and memorable honeymoon safari holiday in the pristine wilderness. Relax in luxurious accommodation and watch the sky change colour during a picturesque sunset. Perhaps go on a tranquil  lake boat tour, or savour an intimate candlelight dinner under the brilliant African stars.

  • Comfortable romantic safari accommodation
  • Intimate and secluded retreats
  • Special romantic touches
  • Candlelight dinners under the stars

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                            Special Tours & Safaris

For those who have limited time in Rwanda (attending seminars, in transit or with a busy schedule) but don’t want to miss a life changing experience with the gorillas. Below are a list of short tours we can organise them.

Visit the gorillas in just a single Day! – 1 Day Gorilla Safari.

Day1:  Meet at your Hotel earlier in the morning – transfer to the volcanoes NP, go Gorilla trekking and back to Kigali.

Explore the Savanna Park, Akagera in a simple time.

Day1: Meet at your Hotel earlier in the morning – transfer to the Akagera NP, visit the park and back to Kigali.

Do you know that is much easier to see the Gorillas in Uganda from Kigali?

Day1: Arrival – transfer to Bwindi National Park in Uganda. Overnight in Bwindi

Day2: Gorilla trekking in Bwindi Impenetrable NP – back to Kigali airport.

Learn more about the Rwandan Genocide in 5 Days

Day1: Arrival, transfer to your Hotel in Kigali. Overnight/ Kigali.

Day2: Visit the Kigali Genocide Museum; visit the Intarama and Inyamata memorial Churches.

Day3: Travel to Kibuye, Visit the Bisesero Genocide Memorial – meet the survivors of genocide.

Day4: Travel to the south, visit the genocide housing en-route – Visit the Murambi genocide Memorial.

Day5: Travel to Kigali, visit the national Museum, the King Palace and head to the airport.

Pure nature, Culture and History.

Day1: Arrival, transfer to your Hotel in Kigali. Overnight/ Kigali.

Day2: Visit the Kigali Genocide Museum; the museum of natural history, the cultural center of Kigali.

Day3: Travel to Nyungwe NP/South – Visit the ancient King Palace, the national Museum and the Murambi genocide Museum.

Day4: Nature walk in Nyungwe national park.

Day5: Travel to Kibuye on Lake Kivu

Day6: Travel to Musanze/North – Visit the fishing village on Lake Kivu and Ibyiwacu community Village.

Day7: Visit the Rusumo falls, the snake man and the traditional healer. Overnight/Musanze

Day8: Visit the Musanze Cave, the local market and the Art and crafts Market – transfer to Kigali.

 

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