With every visit, it just gets better

There are so many wonderful places to choose from in Rwanda or Uganda, from gorilla trekking in the pristine forests of the Volcanoes National Park and Bwindi through to spectacular wildlife safaris at Murchison Falls and the Queen Elizabeth National Park.

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Situated in the north-east of Rwanda, this 1200km² park is one of the most scenic to be found in Africa. It is also one of the oldest, having been established in 1934.
The name Bwindi means ‘impenetrable’ in the local Runyakitara language and the forest itself is over 25,000 years old. It is certainly not a name given lightly!
Starting at Jinja in Uganda the River Nile flows for over 4,258 miles, through 11 countries, ending its journey in the Mediterranean Sea on the coast of Egypt.
Found in the Queen Elizabeth National Park in Uganda, the Kazinga Channel connects two lakes; Lake George in the east and Lake Edward in the west.
The Kibale Forest National Park comprises a range of diverse ecosystems, the largest of these is a tropical rain forest incorporating over 200 different tree species.
Kigali is home to over 1 million people. Founded under German colonial rule in 1907 it became the capital when Rwanda was granted independence in 1962.
Lake Kivu is the largest body of water found in Rwanda. Kivu, derived from the Bantu word meaning lake, covers 2700km² and at points is close to 500m deep!
Murchison Falls is the largest National Park in Uganda. It is home to an impressive waterfall of the same name and over 100 different species of animals.
The Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Sanctuary was established in 1998 and is home to around 50 orphaned chimpanzees, rescued from all over the country.
The Nyungwe Forest National Park is located in the south-west corner of Rwanda. Nyungwe is one of the oldest forests in Africa, even surviving the ice age.
With over 1978km² of terrain, the Queen Elizabeth National Park is well known in Uganda for its bountiful wildlife and is one of the country’s most popular destinations.
A haven for mountain gorillas in the region, the Volcanoes National Park in Rwanda is also home to five volcanoes that form part of the nearby Virunga Mountains.