Special Tours

For those who have limited time in Rwanda (attending seminars, in transit or with a busy schedule) but don’t want to miss a life changing experience with the gorillas. Below are a list of short tours we can organise them.

Visit the gorillas in just a single Day! – 1 Day Gorilla Safari.

Day1:  Meet at your Hotel earlier in the morning – transfer to the volcanoes NP, go Gorilla trekking and back to Kigali.

Explore the Savanna Park, Akagera in a simple time.

Day1: Meet at your Hotel earlier in the morning – transfer to the Akagera NP, visit the park and back to Kigali.

Do you know that is much easier to see the Gorillas in Uganda from Kigali?

Day1: Arrival – transfer to Bwindi National Park in Uganda. Overnight in Bwindi

Day2: Gorilla trekking in Bwindi Impenetrable NP – back to Kigali airport.

Learn more about the Rwandan Genocide in 5 Days

Day1: Arrival, transfer to your Hotel in Kigali. Overnight/ Kigali.

Day2: Visit the Kigali Genocide Museum; visit the Intarama and Inyamata memorial Churches.

Day3: Travel to Kibuye, Visit the Bisesero Genocide Memorial – meet the survivors of genocide.

Day4: Travel to the south, visit the genocide housing en-route – Visit the Murambi genocide Memorial.

Day5: Travel to Kigali, visit the national Museum, the King Palace and head to the airport.

Pure nature, Culture and History.

Day1: Arrival, transfer to your Hotel in Kigali. Overnight/ Kigali.

Day2: Visit the Kigali Genocide Museum; the museum of natural history, the cultural center of Kigali.

Day3: Travel to Nyungwe NP/South – Visit the ancient King Palace, the national Museum and the Murambi genocide Museum.

Day4: Nature walk in Nyungwe national park.

Day5: Travel to Kibuye on Lake Kivu

Day6: Travel to Musanze/North – Visit the fishing village on Lake Kivu and Ibyiwacu community Village.

Day7: Visit the Rusumo falls, the snake man and the traditional healer. Overnight/Musanze

Day8: Visit the Musanze Cave, the local market and the Art and crafts Market – transfer to Kigali.

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