Located in Eastern Rwanda, the 100,000 hectare Akagera National Park borders Tanzania, and since 2010, it has been under the management of African Parks in partnership with Rwanda Development Board. It shelters some of the most scenic plains of savannah in East Africa, comprised of open plains, woodland vegetation, water bodies, wetlands, and raised hills. Akagera National Park is once again home to Africa’s big five mammals in Rwanda, after the reintroduction of lions and Rhinos in 2015 and 2017 respectively. It is popular for its panoramic views and easy access from the city, Kigali and easy connection with other popular destinations like Volcanoes National Park.

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