Akagera National Park is found in Rwanda and has animals like buffalos, lions, hippos, giraffes, zebras, topis and a great boat ride on lake ihema. Located in Rwanda on the Eastern side of the country bordering with Tanzania,Akagera National Park covers an area of 1112sqkm and was founded in 1934 mainly to protect the animals and the vegatation cover of the area.The hilly areas,the swamp and the savannah.The Akagera National Park was named after the Akagera River which flows along the eastern boarder spreading the water into 10 lakes all found with in the park.
Volcanoes National Park is found in Northwestern part of Rwanda, also alled pac des volcans. The park is famous for its rare mountain gorillas and borders with the Virunga National Park in the Democratic Republic of Congo and Mgahinga Gorilla National Park in Uganda. Volcanoes National Park consists of a dense rain forest situated along 5 extinct volcanos. It is also home to half of the world's remaining mountain gorilla population.
Nyungwe forest National Park located in the south west of Rwanda is famous for chimpanzees, congo nile trail walk and the great canopy walk. A 5hrs drive will take you to Nyungwe forest National Park from Rwanda's Capital Kigali.The park is located in the south western part of Rwanda covering an area of over 1000Sq Km about 600square miles. The area was gazzetted as a reserve forest in 1934 and was first called the Rujeje forest by the first forest duellers. It was declared a National Park in 2005 by the Rwandan Government.
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