Behind The Scenes In AKagera National Park

Get on to the park management for additional insights into Akagera park

Behind The Scenes In AKagera National Park Rwanda

Behind the scenes in AKagera national park Rwanda- Get to learn more about behind the scenes in Akagera national park by taking part. Get on to the park management for additional insights into Akagera national park, where you will meet employees of the park while learning about interesting conservation developments.

For tourists that are much into conservation nerd, behind the scenes in Akagera national park is ideal for you. The behind the scenes experience in Akagera national park shares conversational talk methods with the management of Akagera national park.

Participating in the behind the scenes in Akagera national park is $25 and it’s done for 2 hours. For tourists that have enough time in Akagera national park, after finishing up a game drive, sport fishing on Lake Shakani for a boat cruise on Lake Ihema, feel to participate and contribute to the national ark conservations efforts.

Discover different wild animals and birds in Akagera national park, this is Rwanda’s home for animals. Akagera national park is located and perched in the eastern province of Rwanda along the border with Tanzania. The park is named after the river Akagera that flows along its eastern boundary and feeds into a labyrinth of lakes with the largest being Lake Ihema.

Akagera national park with several lakes, savannah plains, papyrus swamps, rolling highlands all combines to turn Akagera national park into one of the most scenic biodiversity reserves anywhere on the African continent. Just a 2 – 3 hours’ drive from the capital of Kigali, Akagera national park covers an area of about 1,122 sq. km with a rich diversity in wild animals, birds, and the environment.

Akagera national park was gazette in 1934, it’s the largest national park in Rwanda. The park is home to so many different wild animals such as zebras, baboons, vervet monkeys, hyenas, impalas, topis, lions, leopards, hippos, elephants, buffaloes, cape elands and so much more. Elephants often gather around the lake shores to drink water and in the same areas are more than 800 hippos and crocodiles.

Visitors who want to have an overnight stay at Akagera national park can stay at the newly established magashin camp on the magashi peninsular, Akagera game lodge as well as Ruzizi tented camp. apart from visiting Akagera national park, tourists can find time and visit volcanoes national park for mountain gorilla and golden monkey trekking, primate watching in gishwati mukura national park and lastly Nyungwe forest national park for chimpanzee trekking in Rwanda, colobus monkey trekking and an opportunity to do a canopy walk.

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