Chimpanzee Tracking – Nyungwe Forest National Park Rwanda

In Rwanda, the place to go for chimp tracking is Nyungwe Forest National Park,  renowned for primates, a visit to this park is another probable way to explore Rwanda. Found in the south west of the country at the Burundi border, Nyungwe Forest covers upto 1015 square kilometers, and inhabited by a reasonable number of species of mammals, birds, butterflies, and plants. Mammals mainly include chimpanzees, monkeys, leopards, golden cats, wild cats, serval cats, stripe jackal, mongoose, Congo, clawless otters, sometimes seen by the local people though chances of visitors seeing these nocturnal mammals are very minimal. Chimp Tracking Rwanda In Nyungwe forest you will hear and smell the chimpanzees before Continue Reading →

5 Days Queen Elizabeth Wildlife Safari.

Medley of Wonders Day 01 : Transfer to Queen Elizabeth National Park You will be picked from the Airport or your doorstep and depart to Queen Elizabeth National Park, with various stop-overs at the equator, Igongo Cultural Center & Museum hence arriving in the park the late evening. Dinner & Overnight at Mweya Safari Lodge. FB Day 02 : Morning Game Drive and Afternoon Boat Cruise After your early morning breakfast, your wildlife safari will start at 6:30am with a sunrise game drive on the northerly parts of the park along the Kasenyi track. It is at this time that the Big Cats are active on their daily hunts. We will Continue Reading →