Rwanda has a number of unique delights to offer travelers. Parc National des Volcans in the Virunga volcanoes is home to the mountain gorillas to which Dian Fossey dedicated her life. Nyungwe Forest, one of the largest mountain forests in Central Africa, is renowned for its large troops of colobus monkeys and rich variety of orchids. Akagera National Park is a savannah park with elephants, hippo and crocodile. Lake kivu is a beautiful inland sea enclosed by steep terraced hillsides. There are a large variety of birds. Rwanda has a rich culture with its second city, butare, having one of the finest culture museums in Africa.
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Rwanda is one of the most incredibly beautiful places of the African continent and Rwandan tourism is one of the most fast developing industries of Rwanda. It is called "The land of a Thousand Hills" as almost all of Rwanda is at high elevation, with a geography dominated by mountains, Rwanda is a green undulating landscape of hills, gardens and tea plantations with mountains in the west, savanna in the east, and numerous lakes throughout the country. The country is blessed with a very favorable climate, fine food, lodging facilities and a rich cultural heritage of arts and crafts.
Surrounded by Uganda, Burundi and Tanzania, Rwanda is a small country in Central Africa with forests, mountains, lakes, landscapes, attractive beaches extremely rich wildlife reserve. It also has national parks, national museum, eco tourism and scope for many exciting tourist activities like biking, trekking, mountain biking and shopping facilities. Travel to Rwanda will give a complete over view of Rwandan culture, history and wild life. It offers tourists a one of a kind journey featuring one-third of the world remaining Mountain Gorillas, one-third of Africa's bird species, several species of primates, volcanoes, game reserve, resorts and islands on the expansive Lake Kivu, graceful dancers, artistic crafts and friendly people.
Travel to Rwanda any time except in the rainy season of mid March to mid May. The main attractions to visit while traveling in Rwanda includes Kinigi, Kigali, Gisenvi, Vironga, Parc National de l' Akagera, Parc National des Volcanoes, Lake Muhazi, Lake Kivu, Chyangugu, Butare, Nyungwe National Park etc. Travel guide to Rwanda will help the people to reach the small landlocked territory of Central Africa and know about Rwanda the "land of thousand hills" with a complete over view of Rwandan culture, history and wild life. Divided by the Rift valley, the city of Rwanda is surrounded by mountain ranges running from north to south of the country.
The main languages spoken in Rwanda are French and Kinyarwanda. Apart from it English is also spoken by the Rwandan people. To reach Rwanda the first thing you need is a legal passport. Visa is mandatory for all except for the residents of UK, Uganda, USA, Congo, Sweden, Burundi, Kenya and many others. Rwanda can be visited all throughout the year except in the rainy season of mid March to mid May. The European winter is the appropriate time for watching the birds of different species. Gorilla trekking is not suitable during the dry season.
Among the well known places to see in Rwanda Goma, Kibuye, Kigali, Gisenyi are the popular names. Rwandan wild life attracts a huge number of tourists every year with the main attractions in the northern part of the country are the dangerous volcanic mountains preserved by the Volcanoes National Park and the dense tropical forests. On the other hand rest part of the country is dominated by lakes, rivers, valleys and hills. Akagera National Park in eastern Rwanda and Parc National des Volcanoes is the home place for many endangered species.