Akagera National Park Rwanda
Akagera National Park is acknowledged for its diverse wild life species which are attracting very many Safaris to Rwanda. The park is found in the eastern part of Rwanda bordering Tanzania. This National Park was established in 1934 in order to protect the animals and its vegetation.
The wildlife in its ecosystem includes the giraffes, herds of buffalo and elephants, baboons, zebras, giraffes, antelopes, leopards, spotted hyenas, lions, hippopotamus, different bird species among others and therefore enriching visitors’ experiences while on their safaris in Rwanda. The park also has beautiful rolling hills of Brachystegia woodland and Acacia providing a beautiful scenery for tourists.
Where to Stay in Akagera National Park Rwanda
Akagera Game lodge
This is the only lodge found in Akagera National Park and it is comfortable for the tourists while on their safaris in Rwanda. The lodge has a swimming pool and near the lodge you can enjoy nice views of Lake Ihema. The lodge craft or African style built with local materials that serve tourists with a true African experience.