Nyungwe forest national park
Nyungwe forest national park is located in the south western part of Rwanda in the border of Burundi and lake kivu in D.R.Congo. Nyugwe is situated within the basins and the Nile basin of river Congo making it the best preserved forest national parks and the area of east and central Africa.
Its establishment is traced to 2004 and it spans an area of 970km, its made up the grassland, bamboo, bogs and rainforest. This has led to an increament of animal species. The wildlife include the chimpanzee and hence come up with Rwanda chimpanzee tracking tours other primates in Nyungwe forest include mongabey monkey, hoest monkeys, Rwenzori colobus monkeys all these are found in the forest. Nyungwe is also home to several species of birds. Other activities carried out while at Nyungwe is the canopy walk 50 meters above the ground which gives one a birds eye of the forest.