Known as the “Land of a Thousand Hills”, Rwanda is located in Central Africa but the Political Community is on the side of East Africa and has much history and natural beauty. There are many interesting sights to see, with many guided tours to choose from. Each tour group is led by an experienced guide that specializes in teaching others about the landscape and wildlife of Rwanda. There are expeditions to places like volcanoes, waterfalls and rainforests which are home to many different African animals.
Rwanda is home to a huge diverse population of animals including gorillas and the largest natural park for Hippos - some 20,000 are believed to be there. Although, Rwanda is still a developing country it has quite a few hotels and its new international interest in tourism is giving it a comeback.
NOTE: Plastic bags are banned in Rwanda, and tourists are warned not to bring them to the country. Very true no plastic bags are allowed in Rwanda (Silverback Travel Company) Rwanda is a breath-taking unforgettable place where culture, adventure and conservation intersect. It’s hard to find the words to describe the sensation of looking into the eyes of a wild mountain gorilla standing so close you could touch it.