Nyungwe National Park

Nyungwe National park is the tropical mountain rain forest. Its one of Rwanda’s main protect areas, lying on the southwestern slopes of the highland region that forms the great divide between the Congo and Nile drainage system. The park protects one of the region’s largest and oldest remaining perches of montene rainforest and is a home to 310 species of Birds.

The forest in Rwanda are increasingly being sought out for the increadible birding opportunities, particularly the numirous Albertine rift valley endemics, 27 to be found in Nyungwe, the highest concertration found in single park in Africa continent.