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Rwanda National Parks

Akagera National Park:
The unmatched spectacular wildlife density, located in the east of Rwanda, Akagera National Park derives its name from the mighty river Akagera that runs along its eastern boundary. The Park is Rwanda’s famous Savanna reserve covering over 2500km2.


Nyungwe Forest National Park:
Well known for the largest concentrations of Chimpanzees, Nyungwe forest is situated in the Albertine Rift, a series of mountain ranges from the Rwenzori Mountains in western Uganda and Congo. Nyungwe is one of the largest mountainous rainforests remaining in Africa. The conservation area covers approximately 378 square miles


Volcanoes National Park:
Parc Volcanoes Rwanda located in the south eastern part of Rwanda extending for over 160km². The park has a very unique Afro- montane appearance and its size is the most outstanding on East and Central Africa. Parc National des Volcano reopened for tourism in June 1993, but it was evacuated in April 1994 because of the genocide and in 1995, but later reopened for tourism.