For most people, Rwanda is best known for Gorilla trekking, but after the government recently raised park entry fees to $1500 for non-residents, what is left to do? Safari. Rwanda is one of the 10 countries in Africa where you can go for Safari – with the Akagera park boosting 100 acres of untapped land reserve for the animals.
Akagera National park, in the eastern part of Rwanda – a 2 hour drive from Kigali. This was a thrilling adventure because the weather was so favorable and most of the animals were out to play. Also, you have never seen a terrain as beautiful as Rwanda’s – the hills, the plains and the lakes make a perfect blend. Here we go :-).