Ajuna Tours and Travel

7 Days Remarkable Rwanda Tour



Tour Highlights

  • Day 1: Arrival – Kigali
  • Day 2: Kigali – Nyungwe National Park
  • Day 3: Nyungwe – Chimpanzee Trekking & Canopy Walk
  • Day 4: Nyungwe – Musanze & Volcanoes National Park
  • Day 5: Volcanoes National Park – Gorilla Trek / Village Cultural Tour
  • Day 6: Volcanoes National Park – Golden Monkey Trekking
  • Day 7: Volcanoes – Kigali For Departure


  • Airport and inter-hotel transfers
  • Accommodation and meals
  • Private safari land cruiser 4x4
  • professional English Driver/Guide
  • Bottled mineral water
  • Chimpanzee permit
  • Canopy walk permit
  • Gorilla permit
  • Golden monkey permit
  • All activities & visits
  • All government taxes
  • Flights
  • Optional extras whilst in Kigali
  • Drinks throughout the trip
  • Tips and gratuities
  • Personal expenses

Tour Plan

Day 01 Arrival - Kigali

Rwanda’s capital and biggest city stretches across lush undulating hills surrounded by towering mountains, the largest of which is Mount Kigali, rising 1850 metres above sea level. Kigali is the country’s financial, commercial and cultural hub, served by an international airport and featuring a wide range of accommodation options. It also offers a collection of restaurants and points of interest, including the Kigali Genocide Centre, an atmospheric market and numerous craft shops. With its interesting architecture, busy streets, meandering boulevards, and green hillsides, Kigali is said to be one of the most attractive cities in Africa and is definitely worth a visit.

Day 02 Volcanoes National Park

After early breakfast at the hotel, you will check out and settle all extras. You will be transferred to Nyungwe Forest National Park. Arrive at the lodge where you will be assisted with check in. Have lunch. Spend the afternoon free at leisure relaxing at the lodge or you may take part in some of the complimentary brochured activities offered at the property.

Saddle up and explore the beautiful surrounds of the property, with the breeze in your hair, at a pace that suits you. There’s a few hills around and some dirt track riding, but let your friendly guide know and he/she can tailor the journey to your comfort levels. Discover the incredible history and geography of the property on a walking tour tailored to your pace and abilities. From the furry and feathered neighbors, and where best to spot them, to tales of the unique landscape, your guide will share stories that add a whole new dimension to your connection with this awe-inspiring corner of the planet. Dinner and overnight stay
One & Only Nyungwe House (All Inclusive- Lunch, Dinner, Bed and breakfast, a selection of drink)

Day 03 Gorilla Trekking Volcanoes National Park

Gorilla Trekking in the Volcanoes National Park offers visitors the unique opportunity of discovering the 10 families of gorillas that live within the national park. Visitors can enjoy a cup of coffee before the trek starts and will be separated into groups of 8 depending on their physical abilities. Each group is guided by a guide and two scouts who are well trained in emergency situations. The amount of time set aside per trek is different depending on where the gorilla family is situated. Some trips may take as little as half an hour and some taking the better part of the day.

Day 04 Visit Gasura village & Kagano Village

Begin the day with a morning breakfast. Visit Gasura village to learn more about the lifestyle of Rwandese in their community- Lunch at the Five Volcanoes.
Visit Kagano village. Meet the ex-hunters community--By beyond Gorillas' experience. Return to the lodge. Overnight and dinner at Five Volcanoes Boutique Hotel.

Visit Gasura village
Kagano Village
Full Board - Dinner, Bed, Breakfast and Lunch

Day 05 Nyungwe Forest National Park

Situated in south-western Rwanda, the Nyungwe Forest National Park is known for its exceptional biodiversity and       its wide range of endemic species. The park is composed of lush tracts of rainforest set high up on fertile mountain slopes. It is one of Africa’s most ancient forests and the home of Rwanda’s sole remaining chimpanzee population, as well as 85 additional mammal species, 43 reptile species, nearly 300 bird species and over 1000 plant species. Visitors can enjoy spotting colobus monkeys and chimpanzees hiding in the trees, hiking on a well-maintained network of trails passing through lush equatorial rainforest and catching a glimpse of a beautiful array of colourful birdlife. Don’t miss the thrilling Canopy Walk; it is one of its kind in Africa and offers impressive views of the forest.

Day 06 Visit Gisakura Tea Estate

Set against the backdrop of the mountains in the Nyungwe National Park, the Gisakura Tea Estate invites tourists to explore the plantation. Informative tours are offered where visitors can learn about the processes and elements involved in the making of tea. The farmers are on hand to answer questions, share their knowledge, and demonstrate how the tea is harvested and processed to create the final product.

Day 07 Ethnographic Museum Rwanda & Departure

Located in Huye, south of Kigali, Ethnographic Museum is one of the six museums that make up the Institute of National Museums of Rwanda. This Museum was built in 1987, and now houses one of Africa's finest ethnographic collections. Its seven galleries display historical, ethnographic, artistic and archaeological artefacts accompanied by visual aids, giving visitors a rich insight into the culture of Rwandans.

Proposed time of arrival in Kigali and transfer to Kigali International Airport.
 TBA: Check-in for your outbound flight to your next destination.

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