Rwanda is known for its gorilla trekking experiences, which allow close encounters with endangered mountain gorillas, golden monkeys, and other primates. But there is more to a Rwanda safari than meets the eye. The best time to travel to Rwanda is from mid-May to mid-October. This is the long dry season and offers perfect conditions to track gorillas. There are four seasons that you should consider when planning your Rwanda safari. However, the weather is fairly temperate and favors travel all year round, thanks to its compact size, proximity to the equator and high altitude that give it a fresh highland feel and constant temperature.
The average daily temperature is around 30°C or 86°F. The capital of Kigali has an average temperature of 21°C or 70°F. Tracking mountain gorillas in their natural habitat through tropical jungles and rainforests is undoubtedly the highlight of any safari in Rwanda, although other primates and money Trekking options are also available. Things like credit card fraud involving petty theft are also possible here, just like in your home country. Therefore, the quick action means that Rwanda is safe, not that you take it for granted.
The scars of the genocide in Rwanda in the 1990s are still deeply ingrained, but the country has since benefited from a major political and infrastructural upheaval and is now future-oriented and optimistic. They live in the northwest, high in the cloud forests of the Virunga volcanoes, where Uganda, Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of Congo collide. Low-level ecotourism is starting to take off, with gorilla safaris in Rwanda being the main attraction in this small landlocked country. Safaris Rwanda Safari is proud to be affiliated with these reputable tour operators and associations.
went back through Kigali, I had lunch at the Hôtel des Mille Collines, which became known as Hotel Rwanda in the film of the same name. See mountain gorillas, chimpanzees, golden monkeys and tree-climbing lions, take a boat trip and visit Rwanda’s genocide monument. To experience all of Rwanda’s wildlife, you’ll need to make sure you get in touch with a tour operator in Rwanda to get these important gorilla permits. Rwanda has four seasons — two dry periods, interrupted by a “long” rain from March to May and a “short” rain from October to December.
Rwanda is not often on the list of many travelers and disappeared from the safari circuit after the tragic 1994 genocide. The trauma suffered by people in Rwanda during this period, when over 500,000 people were killed in just three months, may be one reason why Rwanda is as stable as citizens would not want something like this to happen again. Rwanda may be tiny compared to its neighbors Tanzania, Uganda, and the Democratic Republic of Congo, but that’s pretty irrelevant given the abundance of wildlife in the equatorial country’s national parks — particularly the mountain gorillas.