Discover Rwanda Safaris and Wildlife Tours

JimJam Safaris & Tours helps you plan several wildlife safari tourist destinations in Rwanda. Rwanda safari activities range from gorilla tracking in Volcanoes National Park to wildlife in Akagera, primate watching of monkeys and chimpanzees in Nyungwe National Park, and birding in various parts of Rwanda. Other tour options include visits to genocide memorials, canopy walks, boat cruises, and cultural tours. Rwanda is renowned for mountain gorillas and golden monkeys which are found in Volcanoes National Park.

Rwanda also known as the land of a thousand hills welcomes you to its lively City Life spectacular vistas and opens for you an opportunity to meet the endangered mountain gorillas.

Rwanda has earned the nickname “Land of a Thousand Hills” for its stunning scenery. Its mountainous landscape is breathtaking, and it’s home to six active volcanoes.

A visit to the East African nation isn’t complete without exploring the Volcanoes National Park. Here, you’ll see the park’s famous attraction, mountain gorillas and golden monkeys. You’ll also enjoy a variety of flora.

You can enjoy great water activities at Lake Kivu. It is Rwanda’s largest lake and the sixth-largest lake in Africa. Boat tours and fishing are available at the lake.

If you’re a tea or coffee lover, Rwanda is the place to enjoy these hot beverages. Explore tea farms and learn more about this industry by going on a tea plantation tour.


How much does a Rwanda safari cost?

Rwanda Development Board may allow a child below 15 years to trek gorillas. When the child is about to celebrate his or her 15th birthday, Rwanda gorilla authority may extend sympathy to such a child and allow him or her to trek gorillas. The second instance where a child below 15 years may trek gorillas is when much as he/she is below the required age expresses maturity and is physically strong. If the above are assessed and the child qualifies, authorities may decide to give that child a chance to trek gorillas in Rwanda. READ MORE

age for gorilla trekking in Rwanda and Uganda

Best time to go gorilla trekking

Best time to go gorilla trekking. It is paramount to put in mind that Mountain gorillas can be tracked throughout the year because their movements are not affected by changing seasons. The best time to go gorilla tracking is in the dry season where the vegetation is not thick and the ground trails aren’t very slippery. Getting this time right is kind of complicated because global warming has affected weather patterns a lot in Africa making it very hard to predict the beginning and end of the wet and dry seasons. At the end of the day, the final decision of when to visit the gorillas remains with the traveler.  READ MORE!

Minimum age for gorilla trekking in Rwanda

How much does a Rwanda safari cost? A night on a Rwanda Safari can cost from $100 to $1,500 per person.  An inexpensive Rwanda safari can be valued at $150 per person while a midrange Rwanda safari can be valued at $400. Luxury/ upmarket safari lodges might possibly cost $1,500- $5,500 or more per night.

The Rwanda trip guide underneath gives a highlighted outline of the average cost of a Rwanda safari, it will also easily let you know how to select a destination that matches your budget.  Our website provides you with a diversity of trips ranging from 1 to 20 days therefore feel free to select the one that is suitable for your travel needs. READMORE!

How much does a Rwanda safari cost?

Kenya Facts, Currency, Population, Wildlife, Map And Flag

Kenya is rated among the top spectacular safari destinations in the world, offering a wide variety of activities to engage in and explore which include its endless miles of white sand beaches on the coast, the rich diversity of wildlife including the big five, the verdant green vegetations and then the arid desert irrespective of your preferences, you will certainly find something fulfilling in this amazing destination. Below we have highlighted the top 30 things to do in Kenya on your safari.

When you read about the history of this beautiful country, you will not fail to come across the name Karen Blixen. She was one of the early white settlers who lived in this country and fought for the rights of the local Kenyan people against the oppressive colonial forces at the time.

Kenya at a glance

Independence: Since 1963

President: William Ruto

Capital: Nairobi

Language: Swahili, English

Time Zone: (GMT+03:00) Nairobi

Currency: KES (Kenya Shillings)

Dialing code: +254




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More Useful Information About Kenya, Recommended for First-time travelers.

Kenya is a country rich in cultural diversity and natural beauty and is known for its scenic landscapes and abundant wildlife.

Geographically, Kenya boasts a variety of landscapes, from the lush green highlands and the Great Rift Valley to arid deserts and the pristine coastline along the Indian Ocean. This diversity of environments supports a wide range of wildlife and has made Kenya one of the top safari destinations in East Africa. National parks such as Maasai Mara, Amboseli, and Tsavo are home to the Big Five: lions, elephants, rhinos, leopards, and buffaloes, not to mention the spectacular annual wildebeest migration in the Maasai Mara.

Kenya was a British colony from the late 19th century until 1963 when it gained independence under the leadership of Jomo Kenyatta.

Today, Kenya’s economy is the largest and most dynamic in East Africa, with key sectors including agriculture, manufacturing, services, and tourism. Coffee and tea are major agricultural exports, contributing significantly to the economy.

Culturally, Kenya is a tapestry of ethnic groups, each with its languages and traditions. Major ethnic groups include the Kikuyu, Luo, Maasai, and Kalenjin, among others. Swahili and English are the official languages, facilitating a cultural exchange that makes Kenya a unique place to visit and study.

Kenya is renowned globally for its dominance in long-distance and marathon running, attributed to the high-altitude training in regions like Iten. This athletic prowess showcases Kenyans’ determination and focus, qualities that resonate through other aspects of Kenyan life.

Despite facing challenges such as political tensions, socioeconomic disparities, and environmental issues, Kenya continues to play a significant role in regional and international affairs, driven by a resilient and hopeful spirit that characterizes its people and their vision for the future.

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1 day Nairobi city tour

1 Day Nairobi City Tour

Just minutes from the busy streets of the capital, you can get up close and feed a giraffe, watch baby orphan elephants play in the mud in a special orphanage, feed giraffes in an urban sanctuary, and visit the legendary home of Karen Blixen, creator of “Out of Africa.” There is a lot to see and do in this full-day adventure around Nairobi. Let JimJam Safaris show you the many gems that will make your vacation unforgettable.

9 days Kenya Safari

9 Days Ultimate Kenya Safari

Visit Kenya’s famous national parks and tourist destinations namely; Masai Mara, Lake Nakuru, Lake Naivasha, Hell’s Gate, Aberdare National Park, Amboseli National Park, and Tsavo National Park. This safari starts and ends in Nairobi. The first day of the adventure will take you to Masai Mara National Reserve for a full-day game drive and a great time meeting the famous wild beasts and wildlife.

11 Days Masai Mara and Mgahinga gorillas

11 Days Gorilla Trekking And Masai Mara

Safari starts in Mombasa and ends in Kigali. The first day of the adventure will take you to Masai Mara National Reserve for a full-day game dive and a great time meeting the famous wild beasts and wildlife. The safari will continue to Lake Nakuru National Park which is famously known as “A beautiful wildlife haven” While there, you will enjoy the wide ecological diversity and varied habitats that range from Lake Nakuru.

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