Nyungwe Forest National Park is set in the southwest part of Rwanda and closer to the border of Burundi, Lake Kivu to the South, and bordering DR Congo to the west. Nyungwe forest national park is blessed with wonderful species diversity of approximately 1000 plant species, 38 reptiles, 85 mammals, 120 butterfly species, and over 300 bird species which includes the 29-bird species that are endemic to the Albertine Rift valley.
Nyungwe forest biodiversity is further enriched with beautiful landscapes such as swamps, open woodlands, heath, and bamboo thickets. Nyungwe forest is mostly popular for its primate species including the large chimpanzees’ troops, and white and black Colobus monkey troops. Nyungwe forest national park offers various top activities where travelers can participate and for travelers to get engaged in these activities every traveler require to have a permit which can be bought directly from