2 Days Nyungwe Forest Safari
Towards this 2 Days Nyungwe Forest Safari, one of the oldest African montane forests located southwest of Rwanda, bordering Burundi in the south and the Democratic Republic of the Congo in the west is your destination. Due to its hilly terrain and a water stream that stretches all the way into the Lake Victoria basin, it is thought that the forest is the genuine source of the Nile.
Nyungwe forest national park is one of Rwanda’s three national parks, covering around 970 square kilometers; the forest’s environment is additionally sustained by the stunning Lake Kivu. The forest is home to about 400 chimps, as well as 12 other primate species such as colobus monkeys, vervets, olive baboons, forest buffalos, and antelopes. This journey also includes a cultural tour of the Butare Museum and the King’s Palace, as well as magnificent views of the picturesque Lake Kivu.
Participate in the canopy walk, which is the most thrilling experience in East Africa, where visitors may get a fantastic view of the forest and spot animals. The canopy is 45 feet high, giving you a clear round view of the forest, but it can be unpleasant for people who are aerophobic.
- Day 1: Transfer to nyungwe forest national park and a canopy walk
- Day 2: chimpanzee trekking and transfer to Kigali
- Canopy walk
- Chimpanzee trekking
Day 1: Transfer to nyungwe forest national park and a canopy walk
a tour guide from monumental expeditions will meet you at your accommodation to begin your trip to Nyungwe Forest National Park. You’ll drive south for roughly 5 hours, stopping for lunch in Butare along the way. You will arrive in Nyungwe in the afternoon and proceed directly to the park to do the canopy walk on the 2 meters long 9 meter high suspension bridge, which provides an aerial perspective of the area. Connect to your accommodation in time for check-in and supper before spending the night in Nyungwe.
Day 2: chimpanzee trekking and transfer to Kigali
About 6 a.m., depart for the beginning place of the chimp trekking in Nyungwe forest. The ranger guides will brief you before taking you into the forest. From the minute you enter the jungle until you leave, you will be able to watch chimps swinging from one tree branch to the next and hear their cries.
Return to your hotel for a late breakfast and the remainder of the morning at leisure. After lunch, you will be driven back to Kigali. You then explore the Butare Museum on the way, as well as the King’s palace, before continuing on to Kigali for drop-off. If you were unable to participate in the Kigali city tour on the first day, you may do so on this day.
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