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About Wunderbar Africa Safaris

Wunderbar Africa Safaris is a registered tour company in Uganda, under the Companies Act (CAP.110). Its establishment was pioneered by a group of Ugandans driven by community connections with a dream to share some of the most adventurous African safari experiences in Hiking, Mountain Gorilla trekking, Chimpanzee tracking, wildlife safaris, and Hot-air balloon safaris in a way that lightly touches the environment, but leaves a big imprint on the souls

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In Rwanda, milk is more than just a beverage—it’s a symbol of community and hospitality. Rwandan tradition holds that sharing a glass of milk is a gesture of friendship and trust. Milk is often served to guests as a sign of welcome and is considered a staple in Rwandan households. Whether enjoyed fresh or in traditional dishes like urwagwa (banana beer), milk plays an integral role in Rwandan culture and social gatherings.

About Rwanda

Rwanda has a temperate climate with temperatures seldom climbing above 25C. The long dry season is from June to September and there are two annual rainy seasons, the first from mid-March until the beginning of June and small rains from mid-September to December. The best time for gorilla and monkey tracking is the dry season – if only to spare you getting drenched (you can still see them in the rain, they just get a bit grumpy). The dry season is also good if you want to see game in Akagera National Park because thirst will draw the animals to the watering holes. You will also find at this time the roads are less dangerous and the risk of malaria is lower. The rainy season is the best time to see chimpanzees and is also the time when the place is at its most lush and green.
Rwanda is found in East Africa, a landlocked country lying astride the Equator crossing. It is an East Africa Community member state, and surrounding it are countries such as Uganda, D.R. Congo, Burundi, and Tanzania. Kigali is the capital city of Rwanda, also the country’s biggest town. It is geographically located in a region with many beautiful hills making it a true Land of a Thousand Hills. The highest point of Rwanda is 4507 meters which is Karisimbi Volcano, one of the eight Virunga Massifs.

When you talk about Rwanda, the first thing that comes at the back of many is the 1994 genocide. It is the historic event that defines the history of Rwanda. It is one tragic event that Rwanda as a nation has vowed never to repeat itself. During this historic civil war, nearly a million lives were lost in the space of just 100 days. The 1994 Rwanda civil war occurred between the Tutsi and Hutu. However, the Twa –the renowned pygmy forest hunters and gatherers are believed to be the earliest inhabitants of present-day Rwanda. The Twa remain among the 3 major tribal groups in Rwanda and the other 2 include the Hutu and Tutsis.

Kigali City

Kigali is the capital of Rwanda, beautifully located in the heart of the country. It is in Kigali where most trips in Rwanda begin and thanks to its incredible road network that makes it easier for tourists to connect to the remotest destinations for a holiday. Kigali is the busiest and the largest city in Rwanda, and also a cultural and transportation hub. It is most popular as the world’s cleanest city. The key areas of interest while on Kigali city tours include the central business district, Kigali cultural village, Kimironko market, Kigali memorial center, Muslim quarter, hike Mount Kigali, Gaddafi mosque, Hotel Des Mille Collines, the art scene, presidential palace museum, Inema art center, Kandt Museum of Natural History.

Lake Kivu

Lake Kivu is a scenic Great Rift Valley Lake in Rwanda, also shared with the D.R. Congo. This beautiful water body is the ideal honeymoon holiday destination, and it is Rwanda’s largest lake with an area coverage of 2700 Lake Kivu is located along Rwanda’s border with D.R. Congo and empties its water into R. Ruzizi. This lake is 42km long & 50km wide, also known to have an irregular shape. It is found at an altitude of 1460m with a maximum depth measuring 475m and on it, there is spectacular Idjwi Island. The main activity done on this lake is fishing, nature walks, hikes & boat rides.

Akagera National Park

Akagera is named after the Kagera River, a river that pours its water into Lake Ihema and several other small lakes. The park boasts of its diverse animal species including all the big five game –(buffaloes, African elephants, leopards, lions, rhinos), the Maasai giraffes, cape elands, zebras, vervet monkeys, topis, oribis, hyenas, and more. Over 500 species of birds are contained within Akagera National Park and these survive in diverse habitats. They include African wattled plovers, , African darters, shoebill stork, herons, and giant kingfishers. Things to do in the Park safari include guided game drives, helicopter tours, boat cruises, birding, hot air balloon safaris, sport fishing tours, and cultural/community tours.

Volcanoes National Park

Located in Northwestern Rwanda, it is the country’s leading destination when it comes to gorilla encounters and volcano hikes. This park was created in 1925 and offers unforgettable gorilla trekking experiences. Originally, Volcanoes NP Rwanda was part of the Albert National Park which also combined with the Virunga National Park in Congo. The park lies at a high altitude, making it the coldest compared to the rest of Rwanda National Parks. It has 5 of the 8 Virunga Volcanoes including Gahinga, Muhabura, Karisimbi, Sabyinyo and Bisoke. The park holds the 2nd highest concentration of mountain gorillas and comes after Bwindi Impenetrable National Park in Uganda. It is a rich protected area, also inhabiting spotted hyenas, buffaloes, bushbucks, forest elephants, and other primates.

Nyungwe National Park

Home to valuable species of flora and fauna, it supports over 13 primate species, 200 tree species, 310 species of birds, 1068 plant species and others. The various primates of Nyungwe Forest include owl-faced monkeys, Dent’s Mona monkeys, 500 chimpanzees, blue monkeys, L’hoest monkeys, red-tailed monkeys, grey-cheeked mangabeys, vervet monkeys, olive baboons, Angola colobus. Other wildlife includes 38 reptiles, golden cats, mongoose, leopards, buffaloes, western tree hyrax, forest hogs, impalas, and forest elephants. The main activities to enjoy in Nyungwe Forest National Park include chimpanzee tracking, colobus monkey tracking, canopy walk, birding, and guided nature walks/hiking.

Gishwati - Mukura National Park

A newly founded park, it was established as a national park in 2015. It offers a rich primate safari destination. This park sits in a compact area of 34, lying in northwestern Rwanda in Ngororero and Rutsiro District. The main attractions in Gishwati - Mukura National Park Rwanda include primates such as chimpanzees, blue monkeys, golden monkeys, galagos, vervet monkeys, pottos, and black and white colobus monkeys. It also contains wild animals like black-fronted duikers, Southern tree hyrax, great lake bush vipers and Birds such as white-headed wood hoopoe, and rwenzori batis.

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