Xiaolei_TravelFollow the guide to deep trails of mountain gorillas in the Volcanoes National Park, on the border between Rwanda and Congo. The park is spread around half the world in the silverback mountain gorillas, it is really cool to get close to the gorillas in the primeval forest, we found this family called Guhonda, the silverback brother is really nice, and the four months of the little gorillas, super cute. The price of $1,500 per person may be the most expensive hike in the world, and when the extinct mountain silverback gorilla appears in front of all but silent appreciation, filming, that feeling is unparalleled. We set out at 6am on our way to the visitor center, and it seemed like everyone was expecting mountain gorillas, who used to be in a car that was just sleeping upside down, instead of laughing. 1,500 dollars an hour. It was probably the most expensive Safari in the world. This is a magical experience that I have never forgotten. There are fewer than 1,000 mountain gorillas in the world, living in high altitudes of the Virunga mountains where the Congo, Uganda and Rwanda meet. Poaching, war, viruses, and deforestation have squeezed the mountain gorillas' living space. All parties have worked together to establish mountain gorilla sanctuary in three countries, Congo, Uganda and Rwanda. To raise funds, three countries have launched ecotourism projects to track mountain gorillas. The country is currently mainly tracking gorillas in Rwanda and Uganda, as a result of the successive wars in Congo. Rwanda Volcano National Park is part of the Velonga volcano group in Rwanda. The volcano group is huge, spanning three countries, including five extinct volcanoes: Muhabura, Sabyinyo, Gahinga, Karisimbi and Bisoke. Rwanda Volcano National Park (Volcanic National Park), a rainforest in northwest Rwanda, is the main habitat for mountain gorillas and a highly integrated mountain ecosystem including evergreen, bamboo, grassland, marsh, evergreen shrubs and so on.
139***60I think Rwanda is still a very underdeveloped country. There are a few paintings in this art center, and I feel pretty good. Both depict various animals on the African savannah. Zebras, wildebeests, and antelopes are all alive.
Xiaolei_TravelLocated in the northeastern border of Rwanda, Luwanakaguera Park connecting Tanzania, the park was established in 1934 and is Rwanda's largest national park. The park is named after the river Akagera crossing between it. Although she is small compared to many national parks in East Africa. The park is a plain and hilly area with low vegetation, and there are grasslands, broad-leaved plants, and acacia trees. Due to its different landscape, this park is the most biodiversity and landscaped park with many wildlife views, and it is also recognized as an important habitat for birds by the World Bird Conservation Agency. While loving Safari, it is even obsessed with it. I like standing in the open-up car with the wind blowing away my hair, watching the antelope jump over, watching the animals play freely, looking for their wonderful details in the large camera. Like to walk into their world and see the most primitive of the planet.
Getting There - Take a flight to Kigali, Rawanda and then beautiful road travel to kamembay and geyseini
Attractions - jungle, mountians, beach, wildlife, and volcanoes
Hotels - serena and many more
Food & Restaurants - all type
Shopping - traditional wooden artifacts and tropical foods
Rwanda is one of the safest destinations in Africa, particularly for solo travelers. Crime is relatively low, with visitors sometimes experiencing petty crime, and locals are welcoming, friendly and hospitable.
Rawanda is beautiful with Kiev lake towards rubavu border. Besides Kigali with a lot of tourist attractions, famous tourist attractions include volcano national Park near musanze and also the beautiful town of Geyseini, where boating and sporting activities can be explored too.
i love this sooo much 😍😍😍😍
and believe in it
Loving the view from the balcony of Bourbon Coffee at the MTN Centre.
An awesome trip to jewel of Africa, Rwanda.
Beautiful mountains, clean and green, wonderful lake views, good restaurants and above all great weather. Loved the trekking and cycling and meditation on green hilltops watching sunset and sunrise in beautiful lakes. Overall an outstanding experience and recommended for all
Recommend the most beautiful accommodation in the niche | Rwanda: Hotel on the hill
Nyungwe top view hill hotel
in the lush forest of the rainforest, what kind of experience you live on the hill, Nyungwe top view hill Hotel hotel, this is a small hotel, located on the hill overlooking Giza Kula, two rows of small villas are particularly beautiful, in the morning you can also look at the sunrise on the second floor terrace to drink coffee.
The rooms are very large, have their own terrace, the environment is very charming, there is a small fireplace in the lounge area, you can set fire in the cold, the hotel staff is very intimate, due to the large temperature difference between the mountains and the night, I also stuffed 2 small kettles in the quilt, which can be hot until the morning.
Name: Nyungwe top view hill hotel
Address: Gisakura Luhonge
Lake Kivu - the erupting lake
tracking chimpanzees, we are still unfinished, ready to leave for Lake Kivu, the highest lake in Central Africa, and one of the great lakes in Africa. Lake Kivu is located on the border between the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Rwanda, in the Great Rift Valley of East Africa, and in the western part of the Aberdeen Rift, formed by faults.
The first to arrive at Lake Kivu is a German, but the first to bring Europeans to know Lake Kivu is the Duke of Fort McAllen, the Duke declared that Lake Kivu is the most beautiful of the lakes in Central Africa. Lake Kivu is surrounded by mountains, with peaks and mists, and the clear waters of the lake. The scenery is picturesque, the lakeshore area is steep and winding, and there are many islands in the lake. Between the green hills and the clear water, there is a yellow sand beach, like the glittering mysterious yellow brocade.
Kivu Lake is also considered to be the most dangerous lake. One of the three outbreaking lakes known in the world is Lake Kivu, and the other two are the Neo-Kelong Lake and Lake Monauen, because it is not only a place with a lot of carbon dioxide, but also contains 55 billion cubic meters of methane gas produced by bacteria on the lake bed. The deadly combination made Kivu a huge bomb in the world. In the event of a volcanic eruption or earthquake, approximately 2 million people may be at risk of carbon monoxide poisoning or a methane explosion.
But rest assured, the current Lake Kivu is unusually calm.
Tonight we stayed at the lakeside hotel Kivu Lodge and arrived at the hotel after a bumpy dirt road. We found a hole in the hotel. The scenery is so beautiful, very safe.