Rwanda game drives happen in the only Savannah park – Akagera national park. Game drives are the best way to explore a big area of savannah national parks while on safari. Explore the park in the custom-made safari vehicle i.e. Safari jeeps which are comfortable enough while on safari. The game drives provide opportunities of sighting the different animals, birds and beautiful scenery while in the comfort of the custom made safari cars.
Akagera national park
Rwanda may not be the ultimate Africa safari location for wildlife safaris, but Akagera National Park should be on your list if you want a picturesque tour in a gorgeous wildlife setting. The park is home to the big five – buffaloes, rhinos, leopards, lions, and elephants. Other wild animals in the Park include giraffes, zebras, and hippos. The park is one of the closest wildlife parks to the country’s national airport—Kigali International Airport, approximately 3-hour drive from the airport.
Akagera National Park is located in eastern Rwanda with beautiful scenery plains and several animal sightings while on game drive. The park hosts the entirety of Lake Ihema within its borders which provides opportunity to take on a boat safari.
The park is home to about 500 bird species and several mammals, and recently is home to the Big 5 – Lions, leopards, Rhinos, Elephants and Cape Buffalo. Animals to look out for include; Giraffes, Elephants, Bushbucks, Hippos, Impalas, Topi’s, Zebras, Buffaloes and many more. The game drives happen in the northern part of the park because of the terrain there but animals are all over the park. The park entrance is in the south and the northern gate used for exit.