2 Days Canopy and Chimps
2 Days Canopy walk and chimpanzee tracking tour in Nyungwe forest national park to see the chimpanzees, hike, and then go for a great canopy tour. Canopy walk, also known as "treetop walk" or "sky walk", done in Nyungwe National Park, one of the national parks in Rwanda. It is one of the most fantastic adventures in wildlife-related areas of Rwanda.
2 Days Nyungwe tour
$470 when 2 p'ple
Departure / Return
Hotel pickup - Your also returned to your hotel.
6:00am, Travel to Nyungwe National Park south west of Kigali for a 2 days canopy walk way tour followed by a chimp trekking tour in the morning. The drive to the rain forest is pretty smooth with tarmac all the way. Lunch at our lodge and have an evening canopy walk tour at the Uwinka visitors center. The canopy walk is 160 Meters divided in 3 sections. Great view from the center point as you easily spot many monkeys, birds and butterflys.
Dinner and over night at the chosen lodge.
5:30am, we wake up quiete early for the chimp trekking tour in Nyungwe forest. Chimps are active animals and can move longer distances in search of fruits in the forest and other foods in the tree canopys especially if they have infants. Waking up early helps us to trace the Chimps from the calls before they move longer distances.
End of Safari.
2 days canopy walk and chimpanzee tracking tour in the Nyungwe forest national park to see the chimpanzees, hike and go for a great canopy walk tour.
— Ssenyonga Moses
2 Days Canopy walk and chimpanzee tracking tour - 2 Days Canopy - Chimps safari
2 Days Canopy walk and chimpanzee tracking tour takes you to Nyungwe Forest National Park, the largest area of original montane rainforest left in East Africa — that’s forest growing at up to 10,000-feet altitude. Nyungwe offers amazing hiking, canopy walks, and the option to track chimpanzees. Hiking trails range from an easy 2 kilometers (1.5 miles) to the 42-kilometer (25 mile) Congo-Nile Divide Trail, which requires a guide and multiple overnight stays in the forest. The Congo-Nile is steep and difficult, and should not be undertaken lightly.