This 7 Days Rwanda safari takes you to various national parks and tourist hotspots of Rwanda; Kigali City, Nyungwe Forest, Volcanoes national park, and Lake Kivu. On this trip enjoy gorilla tracking in PNV, chimpanzee tracking and a canopy walk in Nyungwe Forest, explore and relax at the Lake Kivu shores and visit various hotspots in Kigali including Kigali Genocide Memorial, Caplaki Market, kemirongo and more.
Day 1: Arrival
On arrival you will be picked from the airport by our tour guide for a transfer to your prefered hotel in Kigali. If time allows, take a Kigali City Tour; visit Kigali Genocide Memorial, Caplaki Local Market, Kemirongo Market, the Belgian Embassy and the Botany Museum. Dinner and overnight Kigali Serena Hotel / Luxury Hotel Rwanda
Day 2: Nyungwe Forest
After breakfast you will drive to Nyungwe forest in Southern Rwanda. On the way visit the King’s palace at Nyanza, Butare Museum and Murambi Memorial. You will have lunch in Butare. Dinner and overnight at the lodge.
Day 3: Chimp Trekking
After breakfast you will go for chimp trekking, you may also take the different trails to visit various primate troops, enjoying the cool and breathtaking environment. Dinner and overnight at the lodge
Day 4: Transfer to Ruhengeri
After breakfast, drive to Ruhengeri you will arrive in time for lunch, dinner and overnight stay at the lodge
Day 5: Gorilla trekking
After breakfast, you will drive to the park headquarters where you will meet the ranger guides. After the briefing you will begin the search of mountain Gorillas. The trek can be quite tough that it takes a lot of time approximately 2-8 hours. Dinner and overnight at the lodge
Day 6: Lake Kivu
After breakfast you will drive to Lake Kivu, take a boat ride and after relax on the shores of the lake. Dinner and overnight at the lodge
Day 7: Kigali city – Departure
After breakfast you will drive to Kigali. You will go for a city tour if you missed it on Day 1. After the tour, you will have lunch and be transferred to the airport for your departure flight.
End of the Safari