Rwanda Safaris | Best Rwanda Tour Packages 2022/3 - Hail Tours Rwanda

Rwanda Safaris to the scintillating savannah plains of Akagera National Park and the verdant Tropical rainforests of Nyungwe, Volcanoes and Gishwati-Mukura National Parks. Rwanda safaris delight all travelers with extraordinary experiences that can never be found elsewhere. Experience all kinds of landscapes and see the Continent’s wide range of natural treasures in your next Rwanda safari in unrivalled comfort.

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Best Rwanda Safari Parks and Tour Destinations

Beautiful places to look forward to during Rwanda safaris

Plenty of animals and beautiful feathered beauties as well as spectacular landscapes are some of the attractions that travelers can always look forward to, and these usually have the most lasting impressions on travelers during Rwanda safaris.

For your Rwanda safari, book a trip to Volcanoes National Park in the north-west of the country, hot spot for mountain gorilla treks although travelers can also get a chance to trek golden monkeys, hike Virunga Mountains (especially Bisoke and Karisimbi), walk to the Dian Fossey gravesite and watch different bird species especially those endemic to the Rwenzori mountains as well as Albertine Rift Valley.

For visitors who can’t just have enough of the jungles can continue to Nyungwe Forest National Park in the south-west of the country, for a chance to trek the endangered chimpanzees, undertake the canopy walk, watch numerous forest birds and walk the off-the-beaten track through some of the 15 hiking trails in the forest.

For the visitors yearning for the real African wilderness, just make a stop at Akagera National Park in the Eastern part of the country. This Park covers about 112,200 hectares of savannah grasslands, woodlands, forests, wetlands and Lakes which are haven to different animal and bird species.


If seeing the big five game was one of the wishes then you are at the right place but also expect Hippos, Defassa waterbucks, Rothschild giraffes, Kobs, spotted hyenas, black and white colobus monkeys, zebras, to mention but a few.

Sum up your Rwanda safaris by unwinding at the shores of Lake Kivu, for its stunning sand beaches, remarkable Islands where coffee tours can be enjoyed in addition to water sports (such as diving, kayaking, canoeing and boat rides). Take off-the-beaten track to Gishwati-Mukura National Park in the west of Rwanda for more primates especially chimpanzees, L’Hoests monkeys, golden monkeys and blue monkeys as well as hundreds of bird species.

Take a journey back in time by visiting the Genocide Memorial sites across the country to learn about the painful 100 days of 1994 when several Rwandans were savagely killed and several others injured during the Genocide sparked by assassination of then president of Rwanda and Burundi’s President.

Unmissable activities undertaken by visitors during safaris to Rwanda

For travelers that make journeys to spectacular Rwanda, there are opportunities of undertaking the canopy walk, trekking chimpanzees and mountain gorillas, game viewing in Akagera National park, boat cruises, coffee/tea tours, visits to genocide Memorial sites, hiking Virunga Mountains, City excursions and so much more.

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Accommodation options for travelers to Rwanda

The accommodation options for travelers to Rwanda are in form of Hotels, Safari Lodges, Tented Camps, Resorts and others with the most prominent ones being Lake Kivu Serena Hotel, Virunga Lodge, Radisson Blue Hotel & Convention Center, the Retreat, Nyungwe Forest Lodge, One & Only Gorilla’s Nest, Kigali Serena Hotel, Akagera Game Lodge, Ruzizi Tented Camp, One & Only Nyungwe House, Singita Kwitonda Lodge, Da Vinci Gorilla Lodge, Kigali Marriot Hotel, Bisate Lodge, Nyungwe Top Hill View Lodge, to mention but a few.

Best Time to Visit Rwanda

When is the perfect time to make safaris to Rwanda?

Safari experiences to Rwanda are wonderful throughout the year, although each season (dry and wet) offers its own nicety and exceptional appeal, making it obvious that there is just no one perfect time to make safaris to this remarkable safari destination.

For visitors that travel in the dry season, there is reduced water availability which usually contributes to high concentration of game species hence providing the best visibility in the savannah plains of Akagera National Park.

This season is also the climax of gorilla trekking tours as hiking trails are drier and forest sparser thus making it less challenging and more interesting for travellers planning to see mountain gorillas, chimpanzees and golden monkeys in their natural habitats.

Location and Geography of Rwanda

Set in the Heart of Africa, Rwanda is situated in East-Central Africa, over 777 miles from the Atlantic Ocean as well as 880 miles from the Indian Ocean, and lies at about 1706 meters above sea level. Rwanda’s most striking features are the hilly/mountainous landscapes and lush rainforests that make the country even more beautiful and pleasant to visit.

On countries that share Rwanda’s borders are Uganda to the north-east and Northern end, the Democratic Republic of Congo to the western side, Tanzania to the Eastern side while to its southern border is Burundi. Being one of the smallest countries in Africa, it extends for only about 26337 square kilometers of fresh water bodies, towering mountains/hills, verdant rainforests, open spaces, extensive savannah plains and others.