Akagera National Park lies along Rwanda's eastern boundary with Tanzania and is named for the Kagera river that runs its length. The park is Rwanda's version of the much-visited savanna wildlife reserves of Tanzania and Kenya. Akagera is quite distinct from the rest of the country's reserves, lying at a relatively low altitude and with rolling grassland plains with broadleafed and Acacia woodlands through its middle region. The western side of the reserve is marked by a low-lying mountain range, whilst the eastern section is defined by substantial wetland and a series of lakes and papyrus swamps.
All activities are offered in cooperation with ORTPN park authorities).
All activities are offered in cooperation with the ORTPN park authorities, and tours will be accompanied and guided by park staff and guards).
NB:Gorilla permits: Gorilla Permits are the single most demanded item in Rwanda. Purchase of Gorilla Permits needs to be arranged well in advance