Akagera National Park Rwanda is found in North Eastern Rwanda, at the country’s border with Tanzania. It is dominated by swamps and small lakes with flow in the wake of River Kagera. The network of water sources and unique landscape together create very spectacular scenery. It is quite a remarkable eco-system. The Park was obviously named after River Kagera that feeds different water bodies including Lake Ihema.
Of exceptional beauty, the Nyungwe National Park of Rwanda is a unique green landscape with its splendid peaks from the top of the canopy, its countless rivers, its magnificent falls and its tides as well as its rare climate in the world which gives it its exceptional aesthetics. Located in the southwest of Rwanda, on magnificent hills, Nyungwe National Park can boast of being one of the most beautiful in the world.
With an area of 2700 km2 and 485 m deep, Lake Kivu, one of the largest lakes in Rwanda, is not only among the largest ponds in Africa, but also remains a must-see destination for travelers. Its peaceful waters flow into the Ruzizi River, which in turn feeds Lake Tanganyika further south. It serves as a natural border between the Democratic Republic of Congo and Rwanda. You will see in its immediate surroundings other sites worthy of exploration.