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Testimonials

The trip was absolutely incredible!!! Definitely the trip of a lifetime. I don’t think that anything could have gone any better...Visiting Rwanda was an amazi...

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- The Stuart Family, Canada, March 2013

A very interesting routing with a variety of landscape, villages, national parks and activities. We felt very safe and happy with Geoffrey. He did his utmost to...

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- M Bachmann & A Jordi, Switzerland, August 2012

We appreciated the drivers' knowledge of the wildlife and their country, their professionalism and their very pleasant, smiling and helpful responses to all of ...

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- A McClellan & R Dewing, United States, March 2013


Reviews about Journeys Discovering Africa

Nyungwe National Park

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Safari Highlights

Today is spent hiking forest trails in Nyungwe Forest. The national park hosts a rich floral diversity, and is home to a staggering number of Albertine Rift endemic bird species, as well as 13 different types of primate. This includes chimpanzees, L’Hoest monkeys, golden monkeys, as well as the largest troops of black and white colobus found anywhere on the continent – a habituated group of up to 400 individual members are resident in the forest.

This morning, we will enjoy a hike to Nyungwe’s most famous attraction – East Africa’s only canopy walk – a suspended walkway that hangs above the treetops for a bird’s eye view of forest life. After lunch, we can return to the forest for a guided hike along one of the many trails, to enjoy birding, butterflies, waterfalls and forest scenery.

One & Only Nyungwe House Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner