Rwanda being located in East Africa has extensive natural beauty. Tour groups are led by an experienced guide who specialises in teaching others about the landscape and wildlife of Rwanda. Expeditions visit volcanoes, waterfalls, and rainforests that are home to many different African animals.
Rwanda is home to a huge diverse population of animals including mountain gorillas and the world’s largest natural park for hippos with some 20,000 are believed to live there. Although Rwanda is still a developing country, it has quite a few hotels and its new international interest in tourism is helping economic growth.
Plastic bags are banned in Rwanda, and tourists are instructed not to bring them to the country.