Eco Safaris Rwanda
Rwanda, some beautiful country in East Africa, is a safari destination. The small country is situated on the eastern rim of the Albertine Rift and is famous for primate tours and adventure travel. The main attraction of Rwanda safaris is the tracking of the rare mountain gorillas that can be seen in their natural environments. There are many tours that can be arranged in Rwanda for Safaris. We at Eco Safaris Rwanda provide the services of a personal guides who has sufficient experience and knowledge of the wildlife. All these arrangements are provided for a reasonable price and value. You can will choose a package from our selection of budget and luxury gorilla tours, wildlife safaris, cultural tours, and other safari packages or opt for a package that will be customized to suit your requirements.
4 Days Nyungwe Forest Safari - Chimps & Canopy Walk
This 4 days primate safari in Rwanda Rwanda will take you Nyungwe Forest National Park in the Southern Rwanda where you will track the Chimpanzees in Cyamudongo forest and then on the next day you will walk on the canopy where you will spot some endemic bird species, look at the canopy trees of Nyungwe and other primates such the red-tailed monkeys among others.
What are Eco safaris...?
Our Eco safaris and Tours aim to minimize your carbon footprint while on safari in Rwanda, Uganda or Congo. Our safaris are environmentally conscious in terms of conducts, safari lodges or hotels to include wildlife conservation and community uplift activities which are included on your itinerary. Therefore we do our utmost best to make sure that your trip will make a positive impact on the African Wildlife. Our primary aim is that our clients contribute towards the conservation of the wildlife in Africa, environment plus the local community with the people. Preserving the Africa’s delicate ecosystems and wildlife is a joint effort for both locals and international travelers that is why our itineraries promote safari lodges which actively partake in the conservation of wildlife and establishment of their own conservation training programs and anti-poaching units.