Akagera National Park
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Few hours drive and you are in Akagera National Park in the Eastern part of Rwanda. Wake up early and if you are in the park by 6am, you will see Zebras, Giraffes, Rhinos, Elephants and Lions.
Akagera National Park is on the border with Tanzania. It has an extensive lake system and several interesting ecosystems.
Akagera National Park covers 1,200 square kilometres (120,000 ha) in eastern Rwanda, along the Tanzanian border. It was founded in 1934 to protect animals and vegetation in three ecoregions: savannah, mountain and swamp. The park is named for the Kagera River which flows along its eastern boundary…
kagera combines well with Nyungwe and the Volcanoes NP to offer a great safari element as it is home to many large plains game species as well as species restricted to the papyrus swamps such as the Sitatunga and the sought-after Shoebill Stork. Notable plains game include elephant, buffalo, topi,…
It hosts several wildlife such as Zebra, Girrafe, Elephant, Deer, Monkeys, Crocodiles, Hippopotamus, some birds. It can be covered in one day safari from Kigali and most cheapest Wild life destination in Rwanda.