Apart from the typical African safari experiences like viewing wildlife and gorillas, there are other exciting activities to explore in Rwanda and Uganda. One of such activities is tracking endangered primates, including chimpanzees, black-and-white colobus monkeys, and golden monkeys found in national parks like Nyungwe, Volcanoes, Kibale Forest, and Mgahinga Gorilla. These primates live high up in the canopies of the forest, and it’s a breathtaking experience to catch a glimpse of them crashing through the forest after trekking into their territory. The black-and-white colobus monkeys found in Nyungwe are especially attractive with their long, beautiful hair, making them the perfect subject for wildlife photographers.

Wildlife Safaris

Game drives and wildlife safaris bring you to the climax of a typical safari holiday in the wilderness savannah plains of Uganda’s and Rwanda’s national parks and game reserves. Wildlife Game drives though are better enjoyed uniquely and solely as a wildlife tour package, they can as well be combined with Uganda and Rwanda gorilla tours or even incorporate with bird watching safaris plus several other experiences in Africa. Game Drives in Rwanda and Uganda will reward you with exceptional feeling and thrilling magical experience in the wilderness driving through the game early in the morning in custom-made safari vehicles with popups such as the Land Cruisers, Safari Mini-vans, and the larger coaster buses which are comfortable enough while on safari.


Rwanda, also known as the “Land of a Thousand Hills,” is a small, landlocked country in East Africa that is renowned for its beautiful landscapes, rich cultural heritage, and fascinating wildlife. One of the most popular activities for visitors to Rwanda is hiking, as the country boasts a variety of stunning mountains, volcanoes, and forests to explore. From the lush green hills of the countryside to the misty slopes of the Virunga Mountains, there are plenty of hiking trails to suit all levels of fitness and experience. Whether you’re an experienced trekker or just looking for a leisurely walk in nature, hiking in Rwanda is sure to be a highlight of your trip.  


Bird watching in Nyungwe National Park can be a truly unforgettable experience. The park & lush forests and varied terrain provide a rich habitat for a diverse array of bird species, many of which are not found anywhere else in the world.
As you wander through the park & trails and pathways, you may hear the melodic songs of various bird species, including the Turacos, which are known for their distinctive and beautiful vocalizations. You may also see flashes of color as brightly plumaged birds flit among the trees and bushes. A skilled guide can help you spot some of the rarer and harder-to-find species, and provide interesting information about the birds & behaviors and habitats.

Culture & Communities

While many people might think that gorilla trekking is Rwanda’s main draw, the warm-heartedness of the Rwandan people is what keeps Visitors coming back. The culture of the nation is strongly influenced by long-standing customs of hospitality and honor. Visitors are eager to learn about Rwandan culture, meet the locals, and interact with them in order to gain an understanding of their way of life and participate in their traditions. Visitors are rewarded with cultural experiences that leave a lasting impression after a strenuous day of hiking through the jungle.