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Single tourism visa for Kenya, Uganda and Rwanda

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Friday, 01 November 2013 00:00

Three EAC States joint visa from January 2014

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Wednesday, 06 November 2013 00:00
Destinations
RWANDA TOUR RW 4: CHIMPS IN RWANDA (5 Days)
This safari starts and finishes in Kigali.

The tour takes visits Nyungwe, in South West of Rwanda, a huge afro-montane forest. With over 10000sq.km in size, Nyungwe is the undisputed giant in Central Africa. The natural forest is renowned for its large troops of colobus monkeys, chimpanzees, butterflies and a rich variety of orchids. Over 300 bird species have been recorded.

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RWANDA TOUR RW8: GORILLAS AND CULTURE IN RWANDA (10 Days)
The cultural trip starts with a visit to Omwami’s palace in Nyanza, continuing to the locally revered hot springs of Rugarama near Nyungwe Forest in South West of Rwanda, the largest afro-montane forest in Central Africa. With over 10000sq.km in size, Nyungwe -  the undisputed giant in Central Africa – is rich in birds, butterflies, over 300 bird species and a large host of chimpanzees, monkeys and other primates.

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RWANDA TOUR RW7: JEWELS OF RWANDA (12 Days)
This safari starts and finishes in Kigali.

This safari takes you to visit all the 3 National Parks of Rwanda – Nyungwe Forest National Park in the South West, for chimps and birds; Kibuye township on Lake Kivu; Akagera Park in the east for game, including elephant, buffalo, leopard, zebra, as well as hippo and crocodile. The tour ends with Parc National des Volcans (Volcanoes National Park) in the North for gorilla tracking.

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RWANDA TOUR RW6: GORILLAS, CHIMPS AND BIRDS IN RWANDA AND UGANDA (12 Days)
This safari starts in Kigali, Rwanda and finishes in Entebbe, Uganda.

The tour allows visitors to have the incredible experience of seeing chimps and birds in different habitats, seeing chimps in two different parks of Rwanda and Uganda, with each park offering its unique attractions.

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RWANDA TOUR RW5: GORILLAS, CHIMPS AND BIRDS IN RWANDA (7 Days)
The safari starts and finishes in Kigali.

The tour takes visits Nyungwe, in South West of Rwanda, a huge afro-montane forest. With over 10000sq.km in size, Nyungwe is the undisputed giant in Central Africa. The natural forest is renowned for its large troops of colobus monkeys, chimpanzees, butterflies and a rich variety of orchids. Over 300 bird species have been recorded. Visit some cultural sites en route - the Museum in Butare and the palace at Nyanza. 

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RWANDA TOUR RW6 - GORILLAS IN RWANDA AND UGANDA OR CONGO (8 Days)
This safari starts and finishes in Kigali. [One PNV gorilla permit is included in the cost but the other gorilla trackings require a supplement to be paid at time of booking.]

Visit the three operational gorilla countries of the world – Rwanda for Parc National des Volcans (PNV), Uganda for Bwindi and Mgahinga; and Congo for Virunga National Park. PNV, Virunga in Congo and Mgahinga are on either side of the misty Virungas.

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RWANDA TOUR RW2: GORILLAS IN RWANDA (4 Days)
This safari starts and finishes in Kigali. [One PNV gorilla permit is included in the cost.]

Visit Parc National des Volcans (PNV) in the north of Rwanda where about 300 mountain gorillas live. There are five habituated gorilla families – Amahoro A, Amahoro B, “Group 13”, Sabinyo, Umubano and Susa - each of the groups allows up to 8 participants per day.

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RWANDA TOUR RW1: GORILLAS EXPRESS (3 DAYS)
This safari starts and finishes in Kigali. [One PNV gorilla permit is included in the cost.]

Visit Parc National des Volcans (PNV) in the north of Rwanda where about 300 mountain gorillas live. There are five habituated gorilla families – Amahoro A, Amahoro B, “Group 13”, Sabinyo, Umubano and Susa - each of the groups allows up to 8 participants per day. You can track gorillas, climb the Visoke volcano, track the golden monkeys or visit the Karisoke Research Centre, which Dian Fossey the famous primatologist set up, or visit local villages.

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