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Rwanda Safari Activities Akagera National Park

Safari Activities Akagera National Park: Travelers’ on safari to Rwanda can participate in an exciting boat cruise on Lake Ihema, sport fishing adventure, savannah stretches of Akagera National Park offers an exciting game viewing experience during the game drives, The night game drive activity presents an opportunity to explore the cats and nocturnal dwelling species like Galagos and Bush babies, With 500 bird species in Akagera National Park, the birding activity in this park is by no means ordinary , Akagera National Park presents a rare opportunity to explore the wildlife and the diverse park landscapes by Air. The Behind the Scenes tour is ideal for educationists and special interest groups presenting an opportunity to learn about the conservation developments in Akagera National Park

Boat trip as a Rwanda Safari Activities Akagera National Park

Safari Activities Akagera National ParkTravelers’ on safari to Rwanda can participate in an exciting boat cruise on Lake Ihema – the Rwanda’s second largest lake in Akagera National Park.  The exciting and recreational encounter on Lake Ihema offers beautiful views of expanse water mass, the aquatic species like Nile Crocodiles and the Hippopotamus along with a range of bird species like the Papyrus gonolek, the Shoebill, Jacanas, Ibis, Herons, Plovers, Hawk, herons and Malachite Kingfishers. Lake Ihema stands at 1,292m extending 90km2 and with a depth of 5 to 7m depending on the area and the season.

 

Sport Fishing as a Rwanda Safari Activities Akagera National Park

Akagera national parkThe sport fishing adventure is another exciting Rwanda Safari activity in Akagera National Park. The sport fishing activity is carried out on Lake Shakani and stands an experiential activity that travelers on safari in Rwanda can participate in.

 

 

 

Game drives as a Rwanda Safari Activities Akagera National Park

Safari Activities Akagera National ParkThe savannah stretches of Akagera National Park offers an exciting game viewing experience during the game drives. In a 4X4 Safari Vehicle and in the company of a Professional guide, you traverse the savannah landscapes of Akagera National Park gaining chances of exploring a range of wild game including Buffalo, Zebra, Topis, Impala, Klipspringer, Defassa Waterbuck, Bushbuck, Eland, Roan Antelope, Lions, Leopard, the Olive Baboons, among others. The game drive activity can be undertaken both in the morning and in the afternoon. The impressive sceneries of Akagera can as well be explored during the game drive activity.

 

 Night Game Drive as a Rwanda Safari Activities Akagera National Park

The remarkable landscapes of Akagera National Park can also be explored at night.  The night game drive activity presents an opportunity to explore the cats and nocturnal dwelling species like Galagos and Bush babies.

 

Safari Activities Akagera National ParkBirding as a Rwanda Safari Activities Akagera National Park

With 500 bird species in Akagera National Park, the birding activity in this park is by no means ordinary. The diverse park habitats offer rich birding opportunities and the birding activity can be done both in the morning and in the evening or as a whole day activity. The unique bird species to look out for include the Red faced Barbet, the Shoebill, and Papyrus gonolek among others.

 

Safari Activities Akagera National ParkHelicopter Adventures / Aerial tours as a Rwanda Safari Activities Akagera National Park

Akagera National Park presents a rare opportunity to explore the wildlife and the diverse park landscapes by Air. The Ariel tours present an interrupted view of the savannah, undulating hills, and the swamp fringed lakes and Rivers that form the largest wetland system in the whole of Central Africa.  The overlooking Tanzania plains are also explored during this experience.

 

Akagera national parkBehind the Scenes Tour as a Rwanda Safari Activities Akagera National Park

The Behind the Scenes tour is ideal for educationists and special interest groups presenting an opportunity to learn about the conservation developments in Akagera National Park. It includes encountering people close to the park management. The Behind the Scenes Tour is open to everyone that could have interest in such experience.