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Rwanda Game Drive Safaris

Rwanda Game Drive Safaris has a lot to offer to travelers to include out standing game viewing experience, magnificent sceneries with a true African feel

Rwanda Game Drive Safaris

Rwanda Game Drive Safaris: Rwanda: game drive Safaris provide travelers with a one-of-a-kind experience with the country’s wildlife. To go on safari in Rwanda, head to Akagera National Park. This park is Rwanda’s only secure habitat for savanna wildlife. It is also Rwanda’s sole national park where you may see the famous African big five. The Akagera Park is located in northeastern Rwanda, in the Kayonza and Nyagatare regions. It is Rwanda’s largest national park, measuring 1,122 square kilometers, and one of the African continents oldest, having been established in 1934.

The park encompasses the entirety of Lake Ihema, providing the possibility for a boat safari. The park is home to over 500 bird species and many mammals, including the Big 5-lions, leopards, rhinos, elephants, and Cape buffalo. Giraffes, elephants, bushbucks, hippos, impalas, topis, zebras, and buffaloes are just a few of the animals to keep an eye out for. Due to the topography, the game drives take place in the northern portion of the park. However, animals can be found throughout the park. The park’s entrance is in the south, while the exit is through the northern gate.

The region was originally 2,500 square kilometers, but much of it was destroyed as Rwandan refugees fleeing the war in Rwanda returned in 1994. Large areas of the national park have been lost due to large-scale deforestation and land grabs, and the majority of the wildlife has been mass hunted as an alternative protein supply. However, since the establishment of the Akagera Management Company in 2010, substantial portions of the national park have been restored to their former grandeur, and extinct species like the lion, rhino, and elephant have been successfully reintroduced into the park.

While on safari, Rwanda game drive Safaris are the ideal way to explore a large region of savannah national parks. They offer the most comfortable way to explore the numerous national parks in custom-made safari vehicles such as safari vans, land cruisers, and larger coaster buses. Akagera national park is Rwanda’s sole savannah park. The game viewing safaris allow the visitors opportunity to see various animals, birds, and magnificent landscapes while relaxing in the comfort of custom-made safari automobiles.

Akagera National Park is located in eastern Rwanda and features spectacular landscape plains as well as several wildlife sightings during game drives. The park encompasses the full length of Lake Ihema, providing opportunities for adventure.
A Rwanda game viewing safaris will allow you to explore the vast savannahs of Akagera National Park and witness some of the park’s incredible animals. According to surveys conducted by Akagera National Park, the park is home to approximately 8,000 large wild animals.

Akagera National Park is home to a diverse diversity of wildlife, including antelope, sitatunga, African elephant, lion, buffalo, hippo, impala, rhinoceros, leopard, giraffe, zebra, hyena, duiker, and many others. In Rwanda, Akagera National Park is home to over 100 African bush elephants, more than 80 giraffes, 25 black rhinos, over 1,000 buffalo, and 20 lions. The national park is home to over a dozen antelope species, which are frequently spotted on game drive safaris.

A game drive Safaris in Rwanda cost $25 for a half-day and $40 for a full day in Akagera National Park. Experienced park rangers/guides lead safaris in Akagera National Park. This makes it easier to find the species you wish to view while being accompanied by a park ranger. Safaris in Rwanda are available in the morning and evening. Morning game drives in Rwanda’s Akagera National Park begin at 7 a.m., while evening drives begin at 9 p.m. Morning game drives last between one and two hours.

Night game drive safaris in Rwanda are an excellent way to see nocturnal wildlife such as lions, leopards, civets, and bush babies. You might also spot owls and other night birds. Each evening, at 6 p.m., night drives in Akagera National Park begin. Wilderness safaris in Rwanda also allow you to witness the amazing birdlife of Akagera National Park. The park is home to about 500 bird species, the most common of which are the sua shrike, marabuku, white heron, African dipterocarpus, open-crowned night heron, heron, African dipterocarpus, papyrus ganarek, black-footed gannets, and ogling crane. Rare loons, which many bird watchers consider to be ducks, can also be seen here.

Because there are no age limitations, Rwanda game viewing safaris are enjoyable to enjoy with friends and family. If you want to go on a safari in Rwanda, we recommend booking with a reputable local tour operator like Africa Adventure Vacations. Choose from our tour packages to get the most bang for your buck.