Rwanda, known as “the Land of a Thousand Hills,” is a lush undulating scenery of hills, gardens, and tea plantations. Due to Rwanda’s location in the Congo Basin and Eastern Africa’s Great Rift Valley, the nation benefits from the natural resources of both ecosystems, creating a land of stunning beauty and unparalleled biodiversity. It provides visitors with a once-in-a-lifetime experience. One-third of the world’s Mountain Gorillas are found in this region, making it one of the most incredible animal encounters in the world.
Every nation has its own unique and spectacular attractions. New Paths Expeditions has compiled a list of the Top 4 highlights in Rwanda to enjoy during your stay in this region.
Explore Rwanda and its natural wonders with NPE! Book now and contact us at email@example.com to start your adventure!
- Track for mountain gorillas and rare golden monkeys in Rwanda’s Volcanoes National Park.
- Arrive at Gishwati Mukura National Park for superb birding and primate tracking and meet some of the traditional communities that Inhabitat in the National Parks surroundings.
- Explore one of the oldest rainforests in Africa: The Nyungwe Forest National Park.
- Africa’s Big Five encounter is guaranteed at The Akagera National Park.
- Kayak and unwind in the beautiful Lake Kivu.
If you have any questions, please let us know. We are here to help you!
Time and Weather
During the afternoon, temperatures in Rwanda range from 25 to 30 degrees Celsius, making it a pleasant place to visit. Nyungwe and the Virungas have lower evening temperatures than the rest of the country.
There are two distinct seasons in Rwanda when it rains: the “lengthy rains” and the “short rains.” From mid-March to mid-May, there are “long rains,” and from mid-October to mid-December, there are “short rains.”
There are two distinct dry seasons: the “long dry,” which lasts from mid-May to mid-October, and the “short dry,” which lasts from mid-December to mid-March.
The best time to visit
The best time to visit Rwanda is between June and September, when its undeniable feature, the mountain gorilla, can be found in its natural habitat.
Chimpanzee tracking is best done during the wet seasons of March to May and November. There’s also less noise.
Because Rwanda is close south of the Equator, the country has minimal seasonal variation in temperature. Daytime temperatures range from the mid-to late-teens, depending on where you are in the nation. At higher elevations, the evenings may be chilly.
Rwanda’s national park, The Nyungwe Forest National Park, hosts the world’s biggest arboreal colony of black/white colobus monkeys. In this tiny country, we can also find the African civet, leopards, golden cats, and side-stripped jackals. As we go east, we can see the savannah grasslands near Tanzania’s border, home to various animals, including giraffes, zebras, antelopes, elephants, and buffalo. In addition, in the Akagera NP, we encounter hippopotamus and crocodiles wandering around the area. Rwanda has the first created national park of all Africa, the Volcanoes National Park, with the only remaining population of mountain gorillas on the entire planet, making it a magic destination for wildlife observation.
Our Rwanda Expeditions
No se encontraron resultados
La página solicitada no pudo encontrarse. Trate de perfeccionar su búsqueda o utilice la navegación para localizar la entrada.
Your content goes here. Edit or remove this text inline or in the module Content settings. You can also style every aspect of this content in the module.
Learn about RWANDA
Articles about RWANDA
Rwanda is undoubtedly a wildlife paradise. The country is remarkably diversified, boasting three national parks and three ecosystems within 10,000 square miles. It is home to rare mountain gorillas, rhinoceroses, lions, zebras, elephants, giraffes, and over...
Videos and more
“After 20 years of traveling, we never learned so much and had as much fun as with you guys!”
– Jack N. Douglas, CO
“Patagonia and Morocco were spectacular! We’ve just never had such wonderful travel experiences as with New Paths. We will get around praising you!”
– Harriet T. Saugerties, NY
START YOUR ADVENTURE HERE:
Duration | 12 days
Explore the most iconic and unique national parks and cities in Colombia in a perfectly balanced between natural and cultural wonders.
Duration | 14 days
Explore Morocco on a quest to the Sahara Through Imperial Cities and to Coastal Essaouira
Duration | 12 days
The most complete itinerary to explore the Island of endemics, Madagascar. One of the greatest wildlife expeditions on earth. A wildlife photographer’s dream!
Duration | 14 days
The Land of Unexpected: Papua New Guinea. Designed to provide you with the maximum exposure not only to the natural wonders of the island but also to the culture of the indigenous peoples.