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Akagera National Park comprises some of the most scenic savannah in East Africa and is home to rare and unique wildlife.
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Three nights accommodation, meals as indicated, daily activities, park fees and return Kigali transfers.
Discover Akagera National Park, which is set among some of the most scenic savannah in East Africa and is home to rare and unique wildlife. Seek out buffalo, lion, leopard, elephant, spotted hyena and more.
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Explore the waterways of Lake Rwanyakazinga by boat
Enjoy night safaris to see the park in a different light
Search for lions, leopards, hyenas and more in Akagera National Park
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Take a shuttle from Kigali to Akagara National Park where you will be met by your lodge guide. The transfer to camp is scenic and provides a great introduction to this beautiful park. You will spend the next three nights at the newly opened Magashi lodge. (D)
Enjoy a range of activities, such as game drives – including night drives, guided walks, fishing and exploring the water ways of Lake Rwanyakazinga by boat. (B)(L)(D)
Today spend a full day exploring the park looking for wildlife including buffalo, lion, leopard, elephant, spotted hyena, topi, eland and more. The park also boasts over 500 species of birds including the rare and spectacular shoebill. (B)(L)(D)
This morning transfer back to Kigali for your onward arrangements. (B)(L)
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