Rwanda offers a front-row seat to a jungle extravaganza; the primeval forests of Nyungwe National Park are inhabited by more than 75 different mammals, including the last of the world’s mountain gorillas, hundreds of chimpanzees, and nearly 300 bird species. besides seeing the gorillas.
Known as the land of a thousand hills the country is define by its mountain peaks, some of which form the volcanic forms of the Mufumbiro (a chain of volcanoes that run along the northern border of Rwanda, the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), and Uganda). It’s here that the critically endangered mountain gorilla can be found roaming wild.
There are many Rwanda safari itineraries that offer the opportunity to undertake a gorilla trek, and while I highly recommend the experience, here’s a guide to some of the other amazing things to do in Rwanda. I mean, you may as well make the most of the chance