Rwanda National Parks

VOLCANOES NATIONAL PARK

Volcanoes National Park was extended into Rwanda from Congo by the Belgian in 1929; Belgian Colonial Authorities were also responsible for managing and running the Park. In 2005 Rwanda introduced “Kwita Iziina” an annual new baby gorilla naming ceremony…

AKAGERA NATIONAL PARK

Akagera National Park was established in 1934, most importantly the aim was to protect wildlife and rich Savannah vegetation comprising of acacia and bush, named after Kagera River which flows beside the eastern Rwanda boundary, feeding into Lake Ihema…

NYUNGWE NATIONAL PARK

Nyungwe Forest National Park is sometimes called a mountainous rainforest, located in the Southern Part of Rwanda and was officially conserved in 2005, and later on, the Rwandan Government had to declare it as a National Park, most importantly…