Rwanda Guided tours taking you to explore – the Land of a Thousand Hills – a brave country moving past past the turmoil and horror of the 1994 genocide.
Rwanda is known as Le Pays des Mille Collines (Land of a Thousand Hills) thanks to the endless mountains in this scenically stunning little country. Nowhere are the mountains more majestic than the Virunga volcanoes in the northwest, and hidden among the bamboo forests are some of the world’s last remaining mountain gorillas. For a change of scene, the shores of Lake Kivu conceal some of the best inland beaches on the continent, while Nyungwe Forest National Park protects extensive tracts of montane rainforest, and is home to many primates. But it’s not all monkey business – Kigali, the capital, is safe and sophisticated.
Sure, Rwanda’s name may evoke memories of the horrific genocide that brutalised this country in 1994, but it’s all over and the country has embraced a promising and dynamic future. Rwanda remains stable, tourism is once again a key contributor to the economy, and you’ll feel absolutely welcome.
After 23 years, the country has worked together to rebuild her infrastructure and reconciliation among her people and her neighbors. The peaceful approach has remarkably worked for the beautiful small country, that today shines out as one of Africa’s safests and cleaned countries to visit.
Rwanda is a green mountainous country with remarkable scenery and welcoming people embracing a peaceful future complimented by the numerous attractions to see in Rwanda; the rare mountain gorillas which have made the country a must stop for all African to fulfill a life long dream of meeting our close cousins in the jungle,
At Safari Hunters , all our tours are private and you can signup for this tour all year round crafted using our extensive knowledge and experience of creating gorilla tours in Rwanda. Your local expert guide will share great insight information about the lives, culture, history, flora and fauna of the beautiful country. We shall make sure your expectations are fulfilled and honored with great precious memories.
All tours have been planned to offer you a range of accommodation options so we fit all types of traveler budgets to offer you a very personal experience ranging from small
intimate guesthouses to midrange accommodation properties to top luxury acclaimed lodges in the different attractions and national parks. You have the power to decide the your tour budget and travel conveniently
Guide to drive distance between towns in Rwanda
- Kigali to Volcanoes National Park 2hrs 15 mins – 80 Kms
- Kigali to Akagera National Park – 2 hrs 30 mins Drive time – 120 Kms
- Kigali to Nyungwe National Park – 6hrs 30 mins Drive time – 225kms
- Kigali to Musanze – 2 hrs Drive time – 72 Kms
- Kigali to Gitarama – 1 hr Drive time – 51 Kms
- Kigali to Butare – 3 hrs Drive time – 142 Kms
- Butare to Cyangugu – 3 hrs Drive time – 155
- Musanze to Gisenyi – 1 hr Drive time – 62 Kms
- Kigali to Bugasera – 50 mins Drive time – 60 Kms
- Kigali to Kibuye – 3 hrs 20 mins – 130 Kms
- Kigali to Rwamagana – 1 hr Drive time 50 Kms
When to go and weather
When to Go
Jun–Aug & mid-Dec–mid-Mar Perfect climate to head to the national parks and for gorilla/chimp tracking.
Sep Baby gorillas are named during the Kwita Izina ceremony; ideal for hiking.
Apr–May Can by rainy, but fewer travellers means gorilla permits are easier to obtain.