Experience Rwanda the Land of a Thousand Hills

There are some serious adventures awaiting you if you decide to try out one the many exciting safaris in this fascinating and beautiful country.The land is also widely known as the Land of a Thousand Hills, due to its extremely flowing and hilly geography. Rwanda is located in the East of Africa right on top of the Crested Crane rim on the Albertine Rift. It also proves to be the connection for Africa’s largest rivers, the Congo River and the Nile River. The country is very mountainous and it has a pretty wet and moderate climate all the year round. It is infamously known for the 1994 Genocide but in modern times it has a large number of areas that contain things that you can not see any where else in the world.

You should not let a negative past stop you from coming to this great country and really learning about a new culture while seeing some amazing animals. Rwanda is definitely the place to be if you looking to experiencing some thing different during your holiday in Africa. Many people think that if they are extreme, they should do things like skydiving, bungee jumping or even going river rapids writing. However, let me give you a new extreme example. Have you ever thought about going on a gorilla trekking safari in Africa? The answer is probably no, because you probably never really thought of this as an extreme thing. However, I am here to tell you otherwise. Rwanda gorilla safaris are some of the most intense things in the entire world, a thrilling hike into the wild of Africa to meet the endangered mountain gorillas. If you want to truly test how manly you are, then this is the way to go. I have been on a number of different safaris, and I have to say that the African safaris are definitely the most incredible.

Rwanda offer a myriad of places to visit such as Kigali City, Butare, Parc National des Volcans (PNV) in the Virunga volcanoes, home to the mountain gorillas to which Dian Fossey dedicated her life, Nyungwe Forest, one of the largest montane forests in Central Africa and Akagera National Park. Rwanda has a rich history not only when it comes to politics, but the general area is very diverse. It has a number of wildlife species, and diverse topographic sceneries that are both panoramic and a beauty to the beholder. You get some rare looks into certain animals such as mountain gorillas, huge troops of chimpanzees, and the rare but cute Golden Monkeys, 13 different species of Monkeys, savanna wildlife species, and over 400 bird species.

Take some different excursions to suit your needs. The longer trip which goes up to 5 days includes a very comprehensive look into Nyungwe Forest. There you have a safari guide to help you through a nature walk along with a great dinner. Also, you can check out the canoe ride with a number of different crocodiles to see. As well as see, the Volcanoes National Park to name a few.