The lodge boasts 24 luxury rooms, each of which includes a private balcony overlooking the forest.
All of the villagers were welcoming, and curious about our presence.
The lake, Africa’s 6th largest, forms Rwanda’s natural border with the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Peter used his iPhone’s GPS app to clock us at 100 kph.
Traveling to Rwanda, I felt unsure about how I would see the capital.
According to our guides, the Kwitonda gorilla group was content with our presence.
Mountain Gorilla trekking in Volcanoes National Park offers visitors to Rwanda the rare opportunity to see critically endangered animals.
In the Iby’lwacu Cultural Village, reformed poachers come together to showcase the traditional Rwandan way of life.
It was the serendipitous moments which would often make the day’s highlight reel.
The man who kills the animals today is the man who kills the people who get in his way tomorrow. — Dian Fossey A chance to see endangered mountain gorillas in the wild is the number one reason why I’m headed to Rwanda this weekend. And it’s probably the primary reason most other travelers would […]