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Wild life
What amazing trip ! we visited akagera national park which located in Eastern part of Rwanda , we really enjoyed the game drive because we spotted  different Species of animals . The trp was well organized and pocket friendly ! while you are in Rwanda for conference ,a business meeting  you may Even plan your...
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Up close with Chimpanzees It was time for another wildlife encounter. This time we went to the Nyungwe National Park to spot chimpanzees in the jungle. The national park itself is already beautiful but spotting chimpanzees up in the trees definitely tops it off. We got up really early in the morning – I am...
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Safari Time again! It was finally time for another safari trip to Akagera National Park! While it is also possible to stay in the park overnight we decided to experience the park in one day this time. After leaving Kigali early in the morning we arrived in the park around 9am where we had a...
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Following our Safari trip to Akagera it was time for a more active trip – Mt. Bisoke! The volcano in western Rwanda is part of the Volcano National Park and convinces with breathtaking views and flora & fauna. Our trip started early in the morning as we had to be at the official meeting and...
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Call it a miracle. Created in 1934 to protect the lands surrounding the Kagera River, Akagera National Park is back with a vengeance. It once protected nearly 10% of Rwanda and was considered to be one of the finest wildlife reserves in the whole of Africa. However, due to the massive numbers of refugees who...
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