EXPLORE PRIMATES AT NYUNGWE NATIONAL PARK

The Nyungwe Forest National Park, located in southwest Rwanda, is renowned for its outstanding biodiversity and its large variety of rare species. The park is made up of large swaths of rainforest perched high on fruitful mountain slopes. One of Africa’s oldest forests, it is also home to the only population of chimpanzees still living in Rwanda, along with 85 other animal species, 43 reptile species, approximately 300 bird species, and more than 1000 plant species.

In addition to hiking on a well-maintained network of paths through lush tropical rainforest and witnessing colobus monkeys and chimpanzees lurking in the trees, tourists may also enjoy seeing a stunning variety of colorful birds. Don’t miss the exhilarating Canopy Walk, which is unique to Africa and provides breathtaking views of the jungle.

Distance from Kigali: 246 km

Road Transfer: 6 hrs – 30 min

Helicopter Transfer: 40 min

HIGHLIGHTS AT NYUNGWE NATIONAL PARK

PRIMATE TRACKING
HELICOPTER RIDES
CYCLING TOURS
BIRDING SAFARIS
TEA PLATATION
CANOPY WALK

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