Akagera national parkThis is establishing itself as Rwanda’s Big 5 game park, Located on the North-eastern edge of Rwanda bordering Tanzania and incorporating the Kagera River, hence the name Akagera. The National park was founded in 1934 to protect animals and vegetation in the three habitats: savannah, mountain and swamps. Focusing on the “big game” Akagera currently includes African elephants, Buffalo, Zebra, Giraffe and a variety of antelope, lastly are Rhinos that have been introduced. Akagera and its lakes are a home to many hippopotamus and the Nile crocodile, the world’s largest reptile It is recognised as one of the best spot for bird watching in Rwanda. The diverse habitats of the park encourage a wide variety of bird species to the area. Akagera is indisputably the best place in Rwanda to find the savannah birds and raptors.
- Game viewing
Antelope-Wildlife tours at Akagera National Park