Talking about primates in Africa, one cannot leave Rwanda behind. Rwanda popularly referred to as “The land of a Thousand Hills”, is a green undulating landscape of hills, gardens and tea plantations. It offers tourists a one of a kind journey highlighted by being home to one third of the world remaining Mountain Gorillas from Volcanoes national park and chimpanzees in Nyungwe national park.
Located in the heart of Central and East Africa with easy access to bordering countries of Uganda, Tanzania, Burundi and Democratic Republic of Congo as well as to Kenya, Rwanda is an ideal location for travel within the region for conference tourism. A visit here can easily expand to include many of the great African destinations.
Since Rwanda is situated in the region of Great Lakes and has many beautiful and serene lakes bordering it. Tourists from all over the world come to have a view of these serene Rwanda lakes. There are five volcanic lakes which lie on the border of Congo and Rwanda and have their own attractions. The major Rwandan lakes include Lake Kivu, Lake Ruhondo, Lake Mugesera, Lake Burera, Lake Muhazi and Lake Ihema.
Rwanda has specifically 2 national parks where primates are trekked from and these include Nyungwe foresr national park and volcanoes national park for the rare mountain gorillas.
ARON WISHLEY Founder & Director
NIMA SEDAN Chief Executive Officer
JOHN FALMI Head Manager