Volcanoes National Park

Volcanoes National Park


Dian Fossey the famous primatologist notes, “In the heart of Central Africa, so high up that you shiver more than you sweat, are great, old volcanoes towering almost 15,000 feet, and nearly covered with rich, green rainforest – the Virungas.” 

Positioned in the northeast of Rwanda, Volcanoes National Park safeguards the dangerously high falling surface of this spectacular natural surface rising abruptly – better known as mountains – quarters to mountain gorillas and an arrangement of lavish montane forest, further hug plants that retain green year round, bamboo forest, scrubs, and swamps. 

Volcanoes National Park is dubbed after the shackles of inactive volcanoes making up Virunga a group of separated mountains: Karisimbi – towering at 4,507m the tallest, Bisoke cradling green crater lake, Sabinyo, Gahinga, and Muhabura. 

The mystifying undergoing of tracking mountain gorillas within their familiarity of the rain forest, flourishing with birds singing and rare golden monkeys full of alarm and gossip should be witnessed unquestionably. 

Within the confines of Volcanoes National Park is Buhanga Eco-Park, a prehistoric forest valuing Rwanda’s greatest fables and Musanze Caves, arranged 62 million years ago following the approximate time of the last volcanic explosion. 

Ventures comprise hiking, mountain biking, canoeing, and a favorite – the village an experience for all to enjoy.