Historically Rwanda has been most famous for its natural attractions, namely its three National Parks;
- Volcanoes National Park on the slopes of the Virunga mountain range, famous for the country’s biggest attraction, the mountain gorillas.
- Akagera National Park, defined by its “archetypal African savannah landscape”
- Nyungwe forest National Park, the largest single tract of montane forest in East and Central Africa with incredibly a rich biodiversity – A hub for scientists, researchers and eco-travelers
Rwanda reached its peak tourism year in 1984 with 39,000 visitor arrivals. 10 years later, Rwanda witnessed one of