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Rwanda Safari News2017-01-25T16:36:49+00:00

MOUNTAIN GORILLAS

Mountain Gorillas are known to have originated from the same ancestors as humans and chimpanzees and are commonly referred to as man’s cousin. The mountain gorilla (Gorilla beringei beringei) is a subspecies of the eastern gorilla and is found in rain forests in mountainous areas. These primates live in often cloudy, misty and cold areas especially slopes of mountains where vegetation is very dense. They are found in only three countries and are classified as critically endangered with 880 believed to be remaining worldwide…. READ MORE

KIGALI TO ESTABLISH AN ECO TOURISM PARK

Unlike many cities that associate development with sky towering state of the art structures, Kigali is embarking on developing an urban eco-tourism park in the wetland of Nyandungu aiming at positioning itself as an ideal Rwanda Safari holiday destination. Regarding tourism, the park will feature paths, board walks, roads and bridges in marshy areas, nature viewing areas, toilets and picnic sites to make it worth exploring on Rwanda Safari and tours. .. READ MORE

KIGALI CONVENTION CENTRE.

It’s less than a year since the Kigali Convention Centre and it’s just scaling the heights. The marvel located in the centre of Kigali, the capital and biggest city of Rwanda has opened the country to the world. The Coliseum is now among the top tourist attraction in Kigali as it has added to the beautiful skyline of the city and gives excellent perspective views at night.  .. READ MORE

THE TOPIS OF AKAGERA PARK.

Topis are animal species hosted in Akagera national park which is one of largest the national parks of Rwanda. Akagera Park is characterized by impressive undulating hills of acacia woodland, scattered grassland and fringed lakes creating Remarkable Rwanda scenic views. The topis (Damaliscus lunatus topi) are a notably cordial and swift subspecies of the antelope  .. READ MORE

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