Rwanda is among Africa’s fast developing tourism destinations. Many tourist from adventure seekers to leisure holiday makers visit Rwanda all year round. If you are planning to take a safari in Rwanda and wondering about which attractions you should include in your itinerary, here are the major attractions in this land of a thousand hills.
It was during the 2008 Rwanda’s annual gorilla-naming ceremony (called Kwita Izina), officials decided to name one baby gorilla Sacola, the namesake of a trust that owns and manages a new lodge in the Virunga heartland that aims to preserve the future of little Sacola and the region’s mountain gorillas. The Sabyinyo Silverback Lodge, or
What you pack for gorilla trekking in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) does matter a lot. Given the nature of gorilla habitat, every trekker needs to pack appropriately starting with essential items first if you are to have a memorable gorilla trekking safari in the Congo! Whether you are traveling to the Virunga
Recommended Walks & Hikes in Rwanda & DR Congo2019-10-24T23:55:10+03:00 Tourism
There is nothing awesome and adventurous like the Rwanda and Congo forest walks and hikes in rolling hills, mountains and volcanoes. Spectacular views make the day more colourful and lovely as you experience the world wonders in Africa. Great & leisure hikers enjoy their stay as they walk through the green lovely forests and also
Best Practices to Gorilla Tourism Development2016-11-01T11:50:39+03:00 Tourism
Apparently mountain gorilla population is estimated to be 880 individuals living in the wild. These live in areas of the virunga massifs which span the borders of Rwanda, Uganda and DR Congo and in the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park in southwestern Uganda which has half of their numbers about 400 mountain gorillas. The growth