Rwanda safari, tours and holidays.
Often called the “land of a thousand hills”, Rwanda is a mountainous country with a moist, temperate year-round climate. Rwanda Gorilla safaris main and enduring attraction is its primate population, in particular the Mountain Gorillas: one of the most awesome wildlife viewing experiences in the world. Rwanda Gorilla Safari is very famous. Rwanda is the most densely populated country in Africa: French, English and Kinyarwanda are the most widely spoken languages amongst its 8 million population. The country carries the burden of recent history following an infamous civil war – but today visitors to Rwanda safari are openly amazed at how far the country has come and how willing its people are to talk about and regret the terrible happenings of the past.
Rwanda Safari has a number of unique delights to offer travellers. Parc National des Volcans in the Virunga volcanoes is home to the Mountain Gorillas to which Dian Fossey dedicated her life. Nyungwe Natural Forest, one of the largest montane forests remaining in Central Africa, is renowned for its large troops of colobus monkeys and rich variety of orchids. Akagera National Park is an African savannah park with elephants, hippo and crocodile. Lake Kivu is an inland sea enclosed by steep terraced hillsides. Throughout the country there is a large variety of birds. Rwanda has a rich culture with its second city, Butare, having one of the finest cultural museums in Africa. Rwanda is the most densely populated country in Africa and is made up of Hutu, Tutsi and Batwa people. French, English and Kinyarwanda are the most widely spoken languages