7 Days Rwanda Primate Safari and culture experience
The 7 Days Rwanda primate safari and Culture experience leads you to explore the Rwanda typical culture and also pay a visit takes you to Rwanda cultural genocide memorial sites.
You will also visit interesting sites such as the Musanze Cave, renowned for its huge population of bats, the Karisoke Primate Research Center, which was established by Dian Fossey, the genocide memorial site, and a tour of Nyanza palace.
Departure & Return Location
Kigali International Airport
Day 1 : Arrival at International Airport Airport
This 5 Days Rwanda primate safari and culture experience will Starts Upon arrival at Kigali International Airport, our guide will be waiting to welcome you to the Land of Thousand Hills, be briefed about the tour expectations and plans then we will set off for a tour in Kigali City guide who will drive you via the city of Kigali to the Volcanoes National Park.
Time allowing, you will go for a nature walk around your lodge before retiring for dinner and overnight. end of 1st day Rwanda primate safari and culture experience.
Day 2 : Transfer to The Park Headquarters for Gorilla Trekking
Rwanda primate safari tour will start after you Wake up very early in the morning (as early as 04:30 am) to have an early breakfast and start your journey to the Park headquarters in Ruhengeri. This is a 2-3 hours journey, and we arrive here at around08:00 am to be briefed about the gorilla trekking rules and regulations.
The gorilla trekking experience is a 1-6 hours exercise after which, you will be transferred to the lodge for your afternoon lunch and later be taken for a community nature walk and in the evening, you will have a retreat at the lodge for dinner and overnight stay. end of 2nd day Rwanda primate safari and culture experience.
Day 3 : Cultural Visit to the Iby’Iwacu cultural village
The Culture and Primate Safari on this day will start Early in the morning, you wake up to a tasty breakfast and start your second-day cultural tour with a drive to the Iby’wacu cultural village where you get to participate in real life with the people here having the opportunity to taste the local foods and locally brewed wines.
You will participate in cultural activities such as storytelling, singing and dancing around a campfire and spend the night in a traditional hut. We spend the night here and prepare for the next day gorilla trekking activity to end the 3 Days Rwanda cultural tour in style. end of 3rd day Rwanda primate safari and Culture experience.
Day 4 : Musanze Caves Tour
You wake up, have a tasty breakfast, and then our guide will transfer to the Musanze caves where you wait to experience a unique experience of amazing bats of different types as you enjoy the scenic views of the twin lakes of lake Burera and Ruhondo eyes gazing at the wildlife attractions surrounding you.
The day proceeds with a lunch break and then, later on, hike to the Karisoke Research Center established by Dian Fossey, here you learn about this American Primatologist who loved the gorillas like no other. We end the day with a drive back to the hotel for dinner and overnight. end of 4th day Rwanda primate safari and culture experience.
Day 5 : Nyanza “The King’s Palace” Visit
After your breakfast, The guide will drive you to visit Nyanza, a historical seat of the ancient Rwandan kings where you will learn about the ancient traditional practices of the Rwanda people and then, later on you will drive to Butare, A Rwanda cultural center for another cultural and historical experience.
In the evening, experience the cultural performances of the Batwa people with an introduction to the life of the first Rwandans, their art of pottery as well as singing, drumming and dancing. Return to the lodge for dinner and overnight. end of 5th day Rwanda primate safari and culture experience
Day 6 : Rwanda Genocide Memorial Tour
After breakfast, you will visit genocide memorial sites in Rwanda where thousands of innocent people in Rwanda lost their lives during the genocide of 1994 tragedy. You will hear touching narratives of how people were cruelly put to death on ethnic grounds.
After that, you will have lunch and then transfer to Lake Kivu for relaxation at Gisenyi beach and later on, in the evening, you will retire to one of the lodges around Lake Kivu for dinner and overnight. end of 6th day Rwanda primate safari and culture experience.
Day 7 : Departure to Kigali
Have breakfast at midmorning, then drive to Kigali to catch your departure flight. Lunch will be treated en route. End of 5 days Rwanda Primate Safari and culture experience.
The food may not be sophisticated but benefits from the inclusion of fresh fruit and vegetables. You will find a largely vegetarian diet, although meat is available. The cuisine is largely based around beans, potatoes, sweet potatoes, bananas, and rice.
Any time of year is a good time to travel in Rwanda. Rwanda is known as eternal spring. It maintains a relatively even temperature of about 76.3°F – 82°F/ 24.6°C – 27.6 °C. The hottest time of year is August through September. Evenings are often cool and refreshing and a sweater is suggested. There are two rainy seasons, March through May and October through December. The rainy season shows itself typically with a daily downpour mixed with sunshine. The annual rainfall averages 31.5 in/ 80 cm.
Applied cancellation fees differ between packages (including accommodation and/or car rental) and day tours.
Cancellation of packages
For cancellations received up to 30 calendar days before the scheduled departure, a 20% cancellation fee will be charged.
For cancellations received 15 -29 calendar days before the scheduled departure date a 60% cancellation fee will be charged.
For cancellations received 7 -14 calendar days before the scheduled departure date a 80% cancellation fee will be charged.
For cancellations received within 7 calendar days before the scheduled departure date a 100% cancellation fee will be charged
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