Rwanda Game Reserves

Rwanda is a landlocked east African country boasting majestic volcanoes, lush, dense greenery, imposing mountains and spectacular wildlife. Nicknamed the ‘Land of a Thousand Hills’, Rwanda has suffered a turbulent history in recent years, but is now entering an economic and environmental resurgence sure to elevate it as a top tourist spot for natural beauty. Here’s our definitive guide to the best Rwanda Game Reserves & Rwanda National Parks.

With a vast array of incredible things to see and do, it is unsurprising that Rwanda Safari welcomes so many visitors from around the world each year.

Why Choose Rwanda Game Reserves For Your Safari?

  1. To see the Mountain Gorillas of course!
  2. The trekking and access to the gorillas is easier than in neighbouring Uganda
  3. See other rare primates including Golden monkeys
  4. Stunning mountain scenery and beautiful lakes
  5. Easily combined with neighbouring Uganda, Kenya and Tanzania

Rwanda is known as one of the east and central African countries to conserve wildlife and this is seen by the three national parks that are found in Rwanda. Wildlife conservation do with protecting endangered species such as plants, animals and their habitats in national settings of Rwanda Game Reserves. Among the goals of wildlife conservation are to ensure that nature will be available for future generations to enjoy and know the importance of wildlife and wilderness lands to human.

Different National Parks & Game Reserves In Rwanda

Volcanoes National Park

A stunning chain of volcanoes that stretch off into the distance, evoking the romanticism of tropical jungle forests and the gentle mountain gorilla giants that inhabit them with-in.

Akagera National Park

In 2010, African Parks conservation took over the management of this eastern savannah reserve and in the last 10 years it has gone from strength to strength with the introduction of rhino and lion adding to the already healthy populations of giraffe, zebra, hyena and more. Read more about Akagera National Park.

Nyungwe Forest National Park

Nyungwe is a lovely gallery forest with walking trails. Home to semi-habituated chimpanzees and a friendly group of black and white colobus monkeys. Read more about Nyungwe Forest National Park.

When you think of Rwanda Safari Tours what comes to mind? Impossibly green rolling hills and mountains? Brilliantly rich Rwanda Game Reserves? Bamboo forests and the world’s last remaining mountain gorillas? Or, chimpanzees, golden monkeys, and olive baboons? An essential part of any holiday to Rwanda, game safaris are an unforgettable Rwanda Travel Tips & experience that you won’t want to miss. Let our African Experts help you start planning your Rwanda Safari Packages today.

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You need a visa to enter Rwanda. You can either get a visa on arrival at the airport, or before you travel. You can apply for single entry and transit visas on the evisas website. You can also apply for these, and other types of visa, at the Rwanda High Commission in London.

The charge for the visa on arrival is US$50 in cash while the charge for processing the E-visa application yourself via the correct Rwanda government website (http://evisa.go.ke/evisa.html) is US$52.53 including credit card fee.

Single Entry Visa is allowed to USA,UK and other European countries travellers who wish to stay in Rwanda for a short period. … Foreigners who travel to a Rwanda for tourism purpose or business purpose or medical purpose. The applicant needs to mention the purpose of his visit. Rwanda tourist visa and Rwanda work visa are the single-entry visas.

The official processing duration for a Rwandan visa as per the official Rwandan Consulates’ site is 14 business days. However, this duration does vary between 2 and 15 days depending on the Embassy to be contacted.