Rhino tracking in akagera national park-rwanda
Akagera National park recently introduced a new activity called Rhino tracking, where travelers are given a change to discover the Akagera National park on foot while walking in the bush and view the rhinos up-close.
Travelers join Akagera National park’s Rhino trackers who move out every morning to track rhinos on foot as they monitor their safety, gather more information about the rhinos, including their health.
White rhinos are normally grazers that usually feed on grass, and the grass in the Kilala plains is the ideal spot for the white rhinos. While the black rhinos are browsers, they feed upward on the leaves of tree branches. Black rhinos of the Akagera can be spotted in the southern part of the Akagera National Park, which is mainly dominated by acacia woodland and forests.
The Akagera National Park rhino walk in the presence of the rhino monitors gives you an opportunity to learn more about the rhinos and other wildlife species that you may encounter during the rhino Although Akagera National Park white rhino viewing occurs in the park's northern sector, the Akagera National Park trip begins in the park's southern sector, which has the main entrance. A 3 day/2 night Akagera tour itinerary would be ideal.
Akagera National Park rhino tracking costs $75 per person. Rhino tracking in the Akagera National Park only allows a minimum of two travelers and a maximum of four travelers.
Travelers may be concerned about whether it is safe when they approach rhinos on foot in a national park. The white rhino is normally not aggressive. They can tolerate the travelers’ presence as long as you do not go too close to them. which is in contrast with the black rhinos that are known for being so aggressive and dangerous. The rhino trackers are instructed by park rangers on how to keep a safe distance from the rhinos and how to behave in their presence.