Rwanda is a country of ever-changing landscapes ranging from rocky mountains, to dense green rainforests and expansive savannah plains. Such biodiversity brings a unique and varied spectrum of wildlife experiences to all those that dare to venture into the remote regions of Africa. Famous for primate trekking and jaw dropping landscapes, countless hiking trails and the incredible Lake Kivu, Rwanda is not to be missed. The 3 major national parks in Rwanda present you with the rare opportunity to encounter a great diversity of wildlife. Akagera is home to a wide variety of big plain animals, including zebra, giraffe and an assortment of antelope. Hippo can be spotted in the rivers, while hyena are also prevalent. You stand the chance to see 13 species of primates such as chimpanzees and colobus monkeys in the Nyungwe Forest. The highlight of your trip will undoubtedly be the trek through Volcanoes National Park to see a family of mountain gorillas.