Rwanda Safari Packages

Welcome to the land of a thousand hills: Rwanda.

From the mist-covered peaks of the Virunga Mountains, home to the rare mountain gorillas, to the rolling hills dotted with traditional homesteads, this small country packs a punch.

With plenty of opportunities for hiking, cultural immersion, and even a visit to the poignant Genocide Memorial Centre, Rwanda offers a unique experience unlike anywhere else. But there is more.

From the vibrant local markets to the rolling hills dotted with traditional homesteads, Rwanda is a place where ancient culture meets modern life. Come and discover this fascinating country with our selection of customized tours.

Whether you’re a wildlife lover, a history buff, or just seeking some peace and quiet, we’ve got something for everyone. So, get ready to be captivated by Rwanda’s natural beauty and cultural richness as you embark on the journey of a lifetime.

Browse through our itineraries and plan your perfect African adventure today!

Alternatively, you can directly request a customized safari so that we can design your holiday from a blank canvas.

Frequently Asked Questions

Here are some common questions about going on a Tanzanian safari holiday.

Do I need a visa to visit Rwanda?

Yes, visitors to Rwanda require a visa. You can obtain a visa on arrival at the airport or apply for one in advance through the Rwandan embassy or consulate in your country. The cost of a visa varies depending on your nationality and the length of your stay.

What are the popular tourist attractions in Rwanda?

Popular tourist attractions in Rwanda include gorilla trekking in Volcanoes National Park, Nyungwe Forest National Park, Akagera National Park, and the Genocide Memorial in Kigali.

Is Rwanda safe for tourists to visit?

Yes, Rwanda is generally considered a safe country to visit. Crime rates are low, and the government has made significant efforts to promote security and stability in the country.

However, it’s always a good idea to take basic safety precautions, such as keeping an eye on your belongings and avoiding walking alone at night.


What should I wear when visiting Rwanda?

Rwanda has a moderate climate, so it’s a good idea to bring layers that you can easily remove or add as needed. Lightweight clothing in natural fibers is recommended, along with sturdy walking shoes. If you plan to visit a place of worship or attend a formal event, more conservative attire may be required.


What is the food like in Rwanda?

Rwandan cuisine is diverse, with influences from East African, Indian, and French cuisine. Popular dishes include grilled meat, plantains, and beans, along with fresh fruits and vegetables.

Vegetarian and vegan options are also available.

Do I need to take anti-malaria medication while in Rwanda?

Yes, malaria is present in Rwanda, and it is recommended that you take anti-malaria medication before, during, and after your trip. Mosquito nets and insect repellent can also help reduce your risk of contracting malaria.

What language is spoken in Rwanda?

The official language spoken in Rwanda is Kinyarwanda, but English and French are also widely spoken, especially in tourist areas. Learning a few Kinyarwanda phrases can help you connect with locals and show your respect for their culture.