Nyungwe National Park
Located in the South West corner of Rwanda, Nyungwe National Park is an untouched natural rainforest that is filled with exciting biodiversity.
Covering over 1000 square kilomtres, Nyungwe is surely one of the world’s most beautiful and pristine mountain rainforests. It’s believed to be one of Africa’s oldest forests, staying green even through the Ice Age, which explains its diversity.
Home to habituated chimpanzees and 12 other primates species (including a 400-strong troop of habituated Ruwenzori Black & White Colobus), it’s also a birder’s paradise with over 300 species, including 16 endemics, and is home to 75 different species of mammal.
This majestic rainforest is filled with nature and wildlife experiences for you to emerge yourself in. Hiking or even biking the beautiful terrain, tracking the famous chimpanzees, experiencing the canopy walk, witnessing beautiful birds, relaxing by waterfalls are just a glimpse of activities that Nyungwe offers.
Sounds and views collaborate to create a one-of-a-kind wildlife experience. Exploring through the forest, travellers will witness the lush green mountains and cooling mist in a landscape that won’t be soon forgotten. Cultural activities are also available around the forest.
- Common chimpanzee
- Adolf Friedrich’s Angola colobus
- L’Hoest’s monkey
- Silver monkey
- Golden monkey
- Hamlyn’s monkey
- Red-tailed monkey
- Dent’s mona monkey
- Vervet monkey
- Olive baboon
- Grey-cheeked mangabey
Uganda possesses a growing adventures industry, go whitewater rafting on the River Nile’s Class 5 rapids enjoy Uganda safari tours featuring wildlife game drives, bungee jumping, and cultural visits, visit the waterfalls, boat rides, climb, mountains, forest walks ad enjoy bird watching tours
Cultural and Historical Tours
With attractions such as the Uganda museum, the Ndere center and the Kasubi Tombs, Kampala will thrust you into a mix of historic information and contemporary Africa.
Check out our game safaris. Visit Adventure Filled with game parks like Queen Elizabeth, Murchison Falls, Kidepo, Lake Mburo among others…
Gorilla Tracking – Track half the world’s population of Gorillas at both Bwindi Impenetrable and Mgahinga National Parks!