Why you should visit Virunga National Park

Virunga National Park

In this first episode of place reviews, we bring you the Virunga National Park. In French it is also known as Parc National des Virunga. Formerly the park was named Albert National Park. It is a 7,800-square-kilometre (3,000 sq mi) National Park that stretches from the Virunga Mountains in the South, to the Rwenzori Mountains in the North, in the eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo, bordering Volcanoes National Park in Rwanda and Rwenzori Mountains National Park and Queen Elizabeth National Park in Uganda.

It was established in 1925 as Africa’s first national park and is a UNESCO-designated World Heritage Site since 1979.

There is a lot to see while there but the most notable of all is the prominent gorillas. It is rather a native habitat for the gorilla. Once you come to Rwanda, I guarantee there is a lot you are yet to see on this trip. If the gorilla you ever imagined was the one you saw some where online, this will be an adventure. You will see gorillas of every size. You will get a bit closer, take photos and write what we call remarkable memories.

More to this is a mind soothing nature walk in the serene wild. If you are looking for a perfect adventure coupled with rest, this is a must-visit ounce you come to Rwanda. Do you want to get this experience? Plan your trip with us today. Place your inquiry and we will be delighted to serve.