Akagera Safari

Akagera Safaris

Thanks to continuous efforts to restore wildlife populations and implementing strict anti-poaching laws, Akagera National Park has become the largest protected wetland in central Africa and a sanctuary for savannah-adapted animals in Rwanda. After the reintroduction of Eastern black rhinos and lions, Akagera is now once again a Big 5 safari park and also a convenient stopover before or after a gorilla-trekking experience. And with more than 480 bird species – including the rare, prehistoric-looking shoebill stork – Akagera is also a bird-watching paradise.