• Golden Monkey tracking is similar to gorilla trekking as group sizes are limited to 8 and once reaching the Golden Monkeys you have one hour to watch them.
  • Dian Fossey Tomb hike where you will visit the grave-site where she is buried along side her beloved gorilla Digit. This hike requires a moderate level of fitness.
  • Cultural visit to Iby'Iwacu village where you will watch traditional dance, visit schools, enjoy local cuisine and learn how the locals use medicinal trees for traditional medicine to heal villagers. Guided walks can be arranged.
  • Mount Karisimbi Hike is a challenging two day hike on the highest volcano of the Virunga Mountains and the 5th highest in Africa. To reach the white capped summit requires a high level of endurance.
  • Mount Bisoke Volcano Hike is a more gentle hike compared to Mount Karisimbi. Hike to the top of Mount Bisoke to Crater Lake.
  • Musanze Caves hike is only 2kms long and a easy hiking option to exclusive rock formations
  • Sea Kayaking on freshwater Lake Kivu, one of Africa's "great lakes".
  • Relax on the shores of Lake Kivu waterfront town, Gisenyi
  • Discover Karongi's lakeside town and hike or bike the Congo Nile Trail. Biking the full trail requires 5 days while hiking requires 10 days. The hike can be done in sections should you have a shorter time frame
  • Visit tea and coffee plantations to learn about the growth and production processes. Recommend are the Karongi Tea Factory and Pfunda Tea Easte
  • Boat trip to Amahoro Island for lunch, hiking, volleyball and swimming
  • Experience a large colony of fruit bats on Napolean's island
  • Night fishing with locals in Karongi
  • Chimpanzee tracking and other primate viewing opportunities including;Angola colobus,Silver monkey, Golden monkey, Red-tailed monkey, Grey-cheeked mangbey and more.
  • East Africa's first Canopy Walk - a walk through the mountain forests exotic biodiversity. Suspended 60 meters over towering trees and an abundance of wildlife will give you a very different perspective of the lush mountain rainforest Children must be accompanied by an adult and those under 6 years of age are unfortunately not permitted. 
  • Hike through eucalyptus forests, tea fields, steep ravines and waterfalls, reach scenic views of Lake Kivu - some trails require more experience than others
  • Boating along Rwanda's second largest lake, Lake Ihema
  • Game drives around Akagera's swamps, mountains, lakes, savannahs
  • Evening game drives allow the chance to see the predators and other nocturnal animals.
  • Fish for your dinner on Lake Shakani and cook over campfire
  • Birding Safaris through Savannahs' and lakes with the chance to see a wide variety of waterbirds. Akagera is a haven for bird lovers with so many rare and endemic species - a top recommendation for birding safaris.
  • Fishing and birding boat trips
  • Swimming along the shores of Lake Muhazi
  • Gahini Anglican Church
  • Realx with lake views after a safari in Akagera National Park