Rwanda, the Land of a Thousand Hills harbors close to 650 bird species of which 44 species live only in Rwanda. Birder tourists tend to visit Rwanda in search for the Rockefeller’s Sunbird, the Little Bee-eaters, the Red-faced Barbet, the Rwenzori Turaco, the purple-breasted Sunbird, and Collared Apalis among other birds. The Fraser’s Eagle Owl is among the birds that tourists like most. These bird species live within Rwanda’s National Parks like Volcanoes National Park, Akagera National Park, Nyungwe Forest National Park and within other Albertine Rift endemics. There are exceptional species like the Shelley’s crimson wing, Red-collared Babbler, Kungwe Aplis, and Albertine Owlet among others. There are several other bird species in the woodlands and papyrus marshes where the shoebill hides in the Akagera National Park.
- Relevant Government taxes
- Park entry fees to Akagera National Park.
- Guide/ranger fees
- Accommodation and meals as per the itinerary
- Ground transport
- Full time English speaking guide/driver.
- Cultural places, museum and genocide memorial center if visited.
- Airport transfer if your flight is on the same day as the end of your safari.
- Visa fees
- Telephone calls
- Personal interest items like alcohol, cigarette, porters, laundry etc.
- Tips to guides