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Rwanda is a landlocked country in the tropical region of East Africa, situated on the eastern rim of the Albertine Rift Valley, a western arm of the Great Rift Valley, on the watershed between Africa’s two largest river systems: The Nile and the Congo.
Much of the country’s 26,338 sq. km is impressively mountainous, the highest peak being Karisimbi (4,507m) in the volcanic Virunga chain protected by Volcanoes National Park (Parc des Volcans). The largest body of water is Lake Kivu.
Rwanda’s historical heritage, its climate, its landscape, and its people are what make it the country it is today. It was colonized by the Germans in 1884, and it was subject to the Belgian regime during the First World War.
Things went from bleak to terrible for the locals during the Rwandan genocide, but they have now recovered to a large extent. The economy is primarily supported by subsistence agriculture and tourism.
Surprisingly, Rwanda has a climate more similar to that of Germany rather than other African countries. Its capital and largest city, Kigali, is located at the heart of the country.
Rwanda is enjoying an increasing number of visitors whose main interests are the mountain gorilla tracking activity in Volcanoes National Park (Parc National des Volcans), the primates of Nyungwe Forest National Park, and game drives, and Rwanda wildlife safari at Akagera National Park.
Gorilla Tracking Uganda takes you around the country of the thousand hills to discover its beauty, culture, and wildlife.
Visit Rwanda the country of thousand hills, discover its African Beauty of mountain gorillas, Volcanoes National Parks, Nyungwe Forest, Mount Bisoke, Mount Gahinga, Kigali Genocide Memorial Centre, Lake Ruhondo, and much more.
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