4 DAYS GORILLA TRACKING RWANDA & AKAGERA WILDLIFE TOUR

Safari Overview
The 4 days gorilla safari in Rwanda includes Gorilla trekking adventure in the Jungles of Parc Nationale des Volcanes, a Game drives in Akagera National Park and Kigali city tour. For bird lovers this safari rewards with the opportunity to encounter with the papyrus endemics. The safari starts and ends in Kigali.

Day 1: Arrival at the Airport

On arrival at Kanombe airport in Kigali, a Select Safaris Africa guide will pick you and transfer to the lodge for a rest. Overnight stay at Mille Colline / Kigali Serena Hotel / The Manor Hotel.

Day 2: Drive to Akagera National Park
Following breakfast transfer to Akagera National Park for an afternoon boat cruise on Lake Ihema. Expect to see buffaloes, crocodiles, hippos, numerous water birds among other beautiful wildlife. Dinner and Overnight stay at Akagera Safari Lodge

Day 3: Game drive in Akagera National Park
After a morning breakfast enjoy a game drive in Akagera national park. Expect to encounter some members of the Big Five including the Hippos, elephants, buffaloes, etc; giraffes, warthogs, waterbucks and different antelope species. Overnight stay at Akagera Safari Lodge.

Day 4: Drive back to Kigali
On reaching Kigali, visit the Gisozi Genocide Memorial site, the handicrafts shops, etc. Later our tour guide will transfer you to Kigali airport for you scheduled flight.
Accommoddation
Manor Hotel Kigali
The Manor Hotel Kigali is a 4 star hotel located in the upmarket neighbourhood of Nyarutarama Kigali.
If you are looking for a place to relax, enjoy great foods, Drinks and Music
 
Akagera Game lodge

akagera game lodge - rwanda Akagera Game Lodge is currently the only accommodation option within Akagera National Park. More of a hotel than a traditional safari lodge, it has fantastic views over Lake Ihema, with a large swimming pool perched on the edge of the savannah. However, plans to upgrade and expand were been put on hold due to the recession, and the site is dotted with unfinished buildings. At present, fewer than half the 64 rooms are in use, although we understand that work is expected to recommence in 2012.