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Dry season: conditions are particularly good for trekking to see mountain gorillas and chimpanzees.

Peak of wet season, with worse weather of the year

Dry season: conditions are particularly good for trekking to see mountain gorillas and chimpanzees, wildlife viewing is at it’s peak. November usually has more rainfall.

The ideal times to visit Rwanda are from June to August and December to February, coinciding with the dry seasons. This is when wildlife viewing is at its best. Primate walks in the forests are a significant highlight of any Ugandan safari. While the rainforest habitat is inherently wet and rain is inevitable, heavy showers are often followed by bright sunshine.


Mountain Gorillas
The Bwindi Impenetrable Forest is famous as one of the last places where endangered mountain gorillas can be seen in their natural habitat. This primordial forest is a gem of diversity and is home to many species which are threatened...
Kibale Chimps
Kibale is referred to as the primate’s capital of the world because of the sheer variety density of primates and for being the best place to track chimpanzees in Est Africa
Batwa Tribe
Known as the "Keepers of the Forest," the enchanting Batwa pygmies of Bwindi Impenetrable National Park are a hunter-gatherer tribe that has coexisted with the wildlife of this ancient park for thousands of years.
Climbing Lions
Located in the southern part of Queen Elizabeth National Park, the Ishasha sector is famous for its tree-climbing lions. Alongside Southern Tanzania, the Ishasha sector is one of only two places in Africa where you can see tree-climbing lions.
Jinja River
Nile River Explorers welcomes you to Jinja. East Africa's Adventure Capital is home to some of the world's finest grade 5 white water rafting and other adventure activities. Whether you are a first-timer, family or high adventure enthusiast, you’ll find your perfect white water adventure here with Nile River Explorers.

One of the most incredible
EYE to EYE contact with a primate

Home to the majestic
 mountain gorillas

of Volcanoes National Park

Visitors can trek through the lush Volcanoes National Park to encounter the majestic mountain gorillas, an experience like no other. The stunning Akagera National Park provides opportunities for classic game drives, showcasing the Big Five amidst savannah, lakes, and wetlands. Nyungwe Forest National Park is a haven for primate lovers, offering canopy walks and chimpanzee tracking. Additionally, the serene shores of Lake Kivu are perfect for relaxation and water-based activities, rounding out Rwanda's diverse array of tourist attractions.


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