Welcome to Nyungwe Forest National Park in Rwanda, the awe-inspiring destination for endangered primates. Nyungwe homes a close to 13 species of Primates, including the Chimps which are found in the Cyamudongo section. The thrilling canopy walk is where you have a beautiful half-aerial view of the forest. Join this amazing adventure Rwanda trip to Nyungwe where nature meets conservation in the heart of Africa.
Nyungwe Forest, the Ultimate Primates Tour
A Glimpse into Rwanda’s Primate Safaris
Nyungwe Forest National Park champions the diversity of primates in Rwanda. With over 13 species of Primates, your enthusiast’s dream to see these creatures comes true. From Black-and-white colobuses, Vervet monkeys, and the L’Hoest’s monkeys, all mix a captivating array of primates on your safari to Nyungwe Forest. The ranger guides will share with you an insight into the primates’ behaviours, and habits, plus the vital conservation efforts taken to protect these primates.
A Canopy Walk – A Surreal Experience Above the Trees
This suspended loop above the forest floor offers a unique perspective on the forest’s lush. Traverse the sturdy metal bridge with excitement as you catch glimpses of a rare view of the forest. Vibrant orchids and intriguing wildlife are the reason you carry a camera, to take panoramic view shots that will leave you breathless.
Chimpanzee Tracking in Cyamudongo Forest.
Cyamudongo Forest is part of Nyungwe National Park, with an exceptional location for chimp-tracking. Cyamudongo is a 1-hour drive from Nyungwe forest, and tracking here starts at 8 am. Chimps here are habituated, and you stand a 90% chance of seeing them on every track. Listening to the rustling sounds may indicate the presence of these intelligent creatures. Observe their natural behaviours when you find them and gain a deeper appreciation for the interconnectedness of all living beings in the intricate tapestry of Nyungwe and its ecosystem.