Rwanda might be one of Africa's smallest nations, but it is proudly home to an abundance of excellent wildlife diversity. Its modest size means that getting between places of interest is relatively quick and simple. Despite the country’s small size, Rwanda's breath-taking environment and kind, welcoming people provide one-of-a-kind experiences. With incredible species inhabiting its volcanoes, highland rainforests, and wide plains, you will be sure to encounter many endemic animals on safari tours in Rwanda.
Rwanda is 1.5 times the size of South Africa's Kruger National Park and almost all points of interest are about a 4-hour drive from Kigali. You can expect to hike with endangered mountain gorillas, climb to the tops of towering volcanoes, and relax by the enchanting and timeless Lake Kivu. You may find some Rwanda points of interest that can help you better plan your dream itinerary to this remarkable East African country.