WHAT ARE THE BEST TOURIST ATTRACTIONS IN RWANDA
Travelers wondering about what they can do in Rwanda Mountain gorilla trekking is the key attraction, and many travelers choose gorilla trekking at Volcanoes National Park as their first priority. Other Rwanda attractions in this park include Golden monkeys, a birding experience, Dian Fossey Grave, community and cultural tours, the Virunga chained volcanoes, and the twin lakes of Burera and Ruhondo.
Volcanoes national park is home to the mighty mountain gorilla and is located in the northwest of Rwanda in the Musanze and Ruhengeri districts. Volcanoes National Park comprises habituated mountain gorilla families in Rwanda, and only 56 mountain gorilla trekking permits are available for sale every day.
As you visit Rwanda, never miss out on their sensitive history of the Genocide of April 1994. Rwanda’s history of genocide indicates the massive killings of innocent people in Rwanda that belonged to the two ethnic groups, the Tutsi and the Hutus, on April 6, 1994, that happened for 100 days in Rwanda.
Volcanoes National park also harbors golden monkeys as its second attraction for many travelers in Rwanda. Golden monkey trekking permits are so affordable for every traveler. Rwanda’s Golden monkey experience is worth every penny. The remaining golden monkey population lives in Uganda’s Mgahinga gorilla national park, and only two national parks offer travelers golden monkey experiences in East Africa.
Rwanda offers the twin lakes of Burere and Ruhondo, located in the heart of Volcanoes national park. Travelers always take a boat ride on either of the lakes, which rewards them with spectacular views of the entire Volcanoes National Park and all the neighboring communities.
Virunga Volcanoes, Besides wildlife species, Volcanoes National Park is also home to the three extinct Virunga chained volcanoes, which are part of the eight volcanoes. Virunga's chained mountains in the Volcanoes National Park include Mt. Karisimbi, Mt. Sabinyo, and Mt. Bisoke, which enhance hiking to the peak of each volcano with spectacular views of local communities.