Settled only south of the equator, Rwanda is normally known as 'Le Pays des Milles Collines' or 'The Land of a Thousand Hills' and confuses with its undulating delicious mountains and chain of seven volcanoes that intersperse Central Africa's scene. Albeit basically known for its gorilla trekking and safaris, offering a standout amongst the most passionate and entrancing wildlife encounters known to man, Rwanda occasions offer significantly more to the bold explorer from following chimpanzees to climbing volcanic pinnacles.
Rwanda offers the absolute most amazing landscape in Africa, be it the sensational Virunga volcanoes flanking Uganda and Democratic Republic of Congo or the woods of Nyungwe, one of the biggest montane backwoods in Central Africa, home to chimpanzees and substantial gatherings of Colobus monkeys. Parc National des Volcans (Volcanoes National Park) is situated in northwest Rwanda and is a zone of thickly vegetated rainforest and bamboo giving haven to jeopardized brilliant monkeys and around 33% of the world's outstanding mountain gorilla populace.
Profound inside the bushes of Nyungwe lies another holding wildlife experience. Here chimpanzees crash uproariously through the timberlands, and seeing these inaccessible relatives and their human-like conduct is another feature of any Rwanda Safari.