Rwanda enjoys a twice-weekly flight from Brussels , Johannesburg and Kenya's Nairobi. While the most reliable land crossings being, Tanzania and Uganda.
As a destination, Rwanda paints a much larger picture of lush green hills and valleys, than its seemingly tiny size would indicate. Visiting Rwanda is an experience in itself, one of infusing pride and emotion. Rwanda has been termed as the most progressively reformed economy in the world by leading business studies. The tiny country has rebuilt itself in unimaginable ways into a vibrant nation offering more than one can quaff, from Mountain Gorillas in the wild, unexpected safaris through the green hills or simply spending time in the presence of the benevolent, bewilderingly optimistic Rwandan. Rwanda is Africa's cleanest country and has a few rules we cannot dispose of, no Flip-Flop sandals allowed in Rwanda!
Home to hundreds of species, manageably small size with a high concentration of wildlife Akagera makes for an exhilarating safari and lodging destination owing to its location, a two-hour drive from Kigali.
In the wee hours of the morning drive Kibuye now Karongi Town, enthralling spectacular Rwandan landscape while driving for almost two hours of unmatched roads. Visit the Ndaba Rock and learn of its lure history. Enjoy a hearty lunch on the shores of Lake Kivu, Leisure on a boat and visit Amahoro, swim or play ball. Later you could also float to the Napoleon Island known for fruit bats.
Roam the Savannah and Rwanda’s national treasure, Akagera National Park, which boasts of a huge number of crocodiles and hippos in its waters, while on land, it’s open forests make it an ideal habitat for large African herbivores like elephants and giraffes, the robust lions and the occasional leopard. Indulge in a safari-like never before awaken all your senses.