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Tailor-made Rwanda Gorilla Safaris

Private journeys to see Rwanda's rare mountain gorillas, designed for you

Gorillas, volcanoes and more...

Rwanda is a staggeringly beautiful country and home to some of Africa’s premier primate wildlife watching and tracking. Discover it in all the style, high comfort and care of Jacada Travel.

We create completely personalised itineraries to Rwanda for the luxury traveller; one that may combine this as well as other African countries for a complete safari adventure, seamless transfers by modern 4WD vehicles, drivers and expert local guides and trackers. With only the very best hotels that we’ve checked out first hand, let our Africa travel designers put together an incredible and eye-opening trip to Rwanda.

A central African country of unbelievable natural beauty. Scenes of rolling green savannahs, hills smothered with tropical rainforests and bamboo forests, falling to lakes (Lake Kivu is one of the African Great Lakes), then rising to dormant volcanoes and home to three protected national parks (Akagera, Volcanoes and Nyungwe). The foremost reason for many who come to Rwanda is to spot its golden monkeys, and rare mountain gorillas and silverbacks in the wild. Defying its troubled past, Rwanda’s stability and hospitality is going from strength to strength.

Get inspired by browsing through our most popular example trips below. Then call one of our expert Rwanda Travel Designers to start planning the journey of a lifetime.

Whatever you want from your Africa tour, our team of expert travel designers are ready to help.

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Inspiring Destinations in Rwanda

Need to Know

19:25 is the local time
Rwanda Franc is the local currency
Kigali is the capital city

When to go

Rwanda has two dry seasons, one lasting from June until September and the other from December to February. March to May is the country's first wet season and is followed by another from October to November.

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