Nyungwe Forest National Park

Nyungwe forest national park

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Nyungwe forest national park is the largest Afro-montane forest in Africa situated within the great western rift valley which extends from Lake Albert to Lake Tanganyika. Nyungwe forest national park is mostly famous for chimpanzee tracking, the park has only two chimpanzee groups being habituated, with the largest chimpanzee group containing about 60 individuals and the smallest chimpanzee group having about 30 members in the cyamudongo forest area.

 

Nyungwe Forest national park is 219 km & 4 hour’s drive from Kigali city, located in the border of Burundi, southwestern Rwanda, west of the Democratic Republic of Congo and south of Lake Kivu, found in Rusizi district in southwestern Uganda. Your Rwanda tours with Devine African Safaris

 

Nyungwe Forest National Park harbors beautiful landscapes, rare species of flora &fauna and enriches with biodiversity’s such as 200 tree species, 13 primate species, 85 mammal species, 248 orchids species, 300 bird species, and over 1068 plant species.