Nyungwe Forest National Park is a national park in southwestern Rwanda, located south of Lake Kivu on the border with Burundi. The park covers an area of approximately 970 km² of rainforest, bamboo, grassland, swamps, and bogs. The nearest town is Cyangugu, 54 km to the west. Mount Bigugu is located within the park borders. The park is the location of the most distant source of the Nile. The park contains 13 different primate species (Including Common Chimpanzee), 275 bird species, 1068 plant species, 85 mammal species, 32 amphibian and 38 reptile species.
(Parc National des Volcans, Kigali, Nyungwe)
Trekking in the majestic Virunga mountains to visit the rare mountain gorillas and then the Nyungwe Forest National Park were the forest is home to 14 species of primates. Includes a city tour in Kigali, transfers, and guide.
(Kigali, Nyungwe, Kibuye, Gisenyi, Parc National des Volcans)
The Land of a Thousand Hills, Rwanda offers breathtaking scenery, diverse wildlife, and endless opportunities for once-in-a-lifetime encounters.
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