3 Day Akagera Safari Rwanda

Akagera Safari Rwanda – Wildlife Safaris and Tours

Day 1: Arrival, transfer to Akagera National Park and evening game drive.

Drop in Rwanda and move to the east of the country to Akagera National Park which boarders fine-looking rising and falling plains, solid broad-leafed forests, and brighter acacia woods that define its favourable nature to animals and visitors. Do an evening game drive when you will spot mammals like Giraffes, Buffaloes, Elephants, Crocodiles, Hippos Spotted Hyenas and masses of birds. Dinner and overnight at Akagera Game Lodge.

Day 2: Game drives and boat trip on Lake Ihema.

Have breakfast followed by an early- morning game drive that will expose to you more animal species that you missed the previous evening. Have lunch at Akagera Game Lodge and then after enjoy an afternoon exciting boat cruise on Lake Ihema during which you will reach the Rwanda crowds of hippos and crocodiles plus many water birds and a collection of Reptiles. Dinner and overnight at Akagera Game Lodge.

Day 3: Departure.

Take breakfast, relax, then have a simple tour of Kigali before being driven to Kigali International Airport for your departure flight. End of the safari.

About Akagera National Park

Talk of wildlife safaris or tours involving game drive and boat cruise for purposes of spotting wild animals, Akagera National Park is the only destination in Rwanda where such activities take place. The park together with Nyungwe and the Volcanoes National Park combined offer amazing holiday safari experiences in Rwanda. The park is a home to numerous massive plains animal species plus those categories endemic to papyrus swamps. Such animals include the Sitatunga, elephants, buffaloes, topi, zebras, water-bucks, roan antelope plus eland among others. Others in the antelope family entail the duiker, bohor reed buck, oribi, bush buck,  klipspringer and impala. From a primates perspective, the park is a habitat for olive baboons, vervets and the calm blue monkey commonly spotted during day times whereas bush babies are seen in darkness during night drives.

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