Budget Rwanda Safaris (Very Cheap) Gorilla Trekking Tours

Budget Rwanda Safaris are the cheapest way of having an Affordable Budget Rwanda Safaris. Budget Rwanda Safari (Very Cheap) Gorilla Trekking Tours

Whether it is a short or long Safari in Rwanda, it can be budgeted. To reduce the cost of a tour in Rwanda one can choose to stay in budget accommodations, take short holiday trips, and travel in the low season.

SAFARI in Rwanda

Golden Monkey trekking in Volcanoes National Park

5 Days Budget Rwanda Safari Primate tracking and Gorilla trekking tour is a trip to the best primate habitats of Rwanda. This 5 days safari in Rwanda takes you to Volcanoes National Park for Gorilla trekking

Zebras in Akagera National Park Rwanda

4 Day Akagera National Park wildlife safari is the best tour for wildlife game drives in Akagera National Park the only savannah park in Rwanda.  Located East of Rwanda, Akagera National Park is the only savannah.

Adult Male Mountain Gorilla Silverback [ Gorilla trekking tours in Rwanda]

4 Days Rwanda budget Gorilla Safari is a Gorilla trekking safari in Rwanda best planned for travelers who would want to have a double Gorilla tracking experience. Double Gorilla trekking is trekking gorillas twice.

Rhino tracking in Akagera National Park Rwanda

A 3 Days Akagera National Park wildlife safari offers best wildlife viewing in Rwanda’s only savannah park with a possibility of game drives. Located East of Rwanda, Akagera National Park

Ellen DeGeneres and wife trek Mountain Gorillas in Rwanda

This 3 Days Rwanda Gorilla Safari from Kigali is best for Gorilla trekking in Rwanda’s Volcanoes National Park. A Rwanda Gorilla permit costs US$ 1500 each.

Wildlife in Akagera National Park Rwanda

Explore wildlife in Rwanda on this 2 Day Akagera National Park tour. Located East of Rwanda, Akagera National Park is the only savannah park where.

Gorillas tours in Rwanda

Have a memorable Gorilla tour with our 2 Day gorilla trek Rwanda from Kigali. This 2 Day Rwanda Gorilla tour is a short gorilla trekking safari in Rwanda

Wildlife viewing in Akagera National Park Rwanda

1 Day Akagera National Park is a one day wildlife tour to Akagera National Park of Rwanda. The park is home to the big five African game and the best spot.

Luxury Rwanda Tours Safaris

The 1 Day Rwanda Gorilla Trek is a short gorilla safari best done by tourists already in Rwanda with a very early morning pick up and late evening drop off in Kigali town.

Kigali City tour Rwanda

Kigali city is a major stop for many Rwanda safaris tourists as they arrive through the Kigali International Airport and therefore a 1 day Kigali city tour is a perfect experience to learn about the history and cultures of Rwanda through the perspective of a local tour guide.

A Handy Step by Step Guide on How to Plan the Perfect Safari to Rwanda, According to a Travel Expert

The top lodges to visit in Rwanda to observe chimpanzees, giraffes, and gorillas are detailed by a travel specialist. – Kabira Safaris & Tours Africa

Rwanda ranks high on the bucket list of many daring adventurers. Volcanoes National Park in Rwanda is home to one-third of the world’s 1,000 mountain gorillas, which explains why gorilla trekking is a popular activity among tourists. It is a safari like no other to see these endangered animals up close and personal. Alternatively, at Akagera National Park you can see the Big Five, and in Nyungwe Forest National Park you may follow chimpanzees through Africa’s oldest rainforest.

Less than three decades after the genocide, Rwanda has transformed into a democratic nation that welcomes and celebrates people of all backgrounds. As a world leader in experienced luxury tourism, Rwanda is now firmly established as well. In addition to being a top safari spot in Africa, it is also a remarkable example of successful conservation efforts in the continent.

In the opinion of people in the know, Rwanda is among the top places in the world to have a romantic honeymoon, a family vacation, or a group of friends to fulfill a lifelong dream. Many of my clients have gone on once-in-a-lifetime adventures to this breathtaking and unexpected nation with my assistance as CEO of the luxury travel business The Kabira Safaris & Tours Africa and a member of T+L’s Travel Advisory Board. I propose the following itinerary for your Rwandan adventure.

Start in Kigali

The bustling capital of Kigali is usually a great option for my clients. You can find anything from live chickens to artisan fabrics at the bustling Kimironko Market. Having some custom pieces produced to order and immersing myself with local designers who are now presenting on Milan runways was the highlight of my recent experience.

Alternatively, you can go on a tour with a survivor of the genocide or simply marvel at the rapid progress Rwanda has made since the genocide. Indulge in the delectable farm-to-table fare at trendy restaurants while learning about Rwanda’s rich history through Rwandan cuisine.

Where to Stay in Kigali

My go-to recommendation is the family-run The Retreat, right in the middle of everything. You can try some contemporary African dishes at one of the two restaurants on campus. Reserve a luxurious pool suite for an unforgettable experience.

Gorilla Trekking in Volcanoes National Park and Beyond

Perched precariously on the verge of Volcanoes National Park is the Singita Kwitonda Lodge. Every one of the eight plush rooms features an own heated plunge pool, fireplaces both inside and out, and expansive timber-framed windows that provide the most breathtaking views of the volcano imaginable.

In the middle of a verdant forest teeming with wildflowers, wildlife, and swaying eucalyptus trees sits One & Only Gorillas Nest. With amenities such as a magnificent fitness center, swimming pool, spa, nature hikes, biking, drumming classes, and many locations for exquisite dining, this property is more like a boutique resort than a lodge.

Nestled within the natural amphitheater of an eroded volcanic cone, Wilderness Bisate offers six rooms that whimsically pay homage to traditional tribe building techniques. From here, guests may enjoy panoramic views of three nearby volcanoes.

Go Deeper Into Akagera and Nyungwe Forest National Parks

Gorilla trekking is just one of many things to do in Rwanda. Even while most tourists visit Rwanda in conjunction with Tanzania, Kenya, or South Africa, the country is so rich and diverse that it could easily fill a two-week schedule on its own.

The giraffe, elephant, rhino, leopard, and lion populations of Akagera National Park are among the highest in the world. You can go on a safari by 4×4, motorboat, or foot, and you’ll see breathtaking landscapes, like craters with towering walls hundreds of feet high and beautiful lakes like Rwanyakazinga. Many of my clients have been on safaris before and rave about how secluded this area of Rwanda is, how few other visitors there are, and how rare it is to have the animals all to oneself.

Chimpanzee trekking is available in Africa’s oldest forest, Nyungwe Forest National Park. Walking and gliding through the treetops are chimpanzees. Hiking over treetops on transparent metal walkways is another way to see the wild jungles, or you may go on a tree-planting adventure with the lady tea pickers, who do it the old-fashioned manner.

Where to Stay in the National Parks

For a Big Five safari in Akagera, I highly suggest Wilderness Magashi, which has lodgings right on the lake. Choose the exceptional One & Only Nyungwe House when you’re in Nyungwe.

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