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Itinerary

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Observe gorillas and golden monkeys in Rwanda’s Volcanoes National Park, Embark on safari in Kenya’s legendary Masai Mara, Share lunch and stories with the inspiring women of Kigali’s Nyamirambo neighbourhood, Enjoy an insider’s perspective on anti-poaching efforts at Rwanda’s Akagera National Park.

Countries Visited

Kenya , Rwanda

  1. Day 1
    Kigali
    Arrive at any time. Arrival transfer is included.
    Accommodation: Hotel des Mille Collines (or similar)
  2. Day 2
    Kigali/Volcanoes National Park
    Visit the Kigali Genocide Memorial and pay your respects to the victims of the 1994 Rwandan genocide, learning about this somber chapter of the country's past. Later, embark on a community walk in the vibrant Nyamirambo neighbourhood and enjoy a local lunch at the G Adventures-supported Nyamirambo Women's Centre. Travel to northern Rwanda in the afternoon and settle into our lodge, located at the edge of Volcanoes National Park and offering stunning views of the soaring peaks.
    Activity: Visit the Kigali Genocide Memorial Centre, which serves as a permanent memorial to those who fell victim to the genocide in 1994. The centre opened on the tenth anniversary of the Rwandan Genocide, in April 2004, and was built on a site where more than 250,000 people are buried.
    Activity: Located in Nyamirambo, the largest and most vibrant township in Rwanda, the centre provides women and girls from a diverse range of backgrounds, the opportunity to support each other and succeed, through education and training programs. Enjoy lunch prepared by women employed at the centre, allowing us to try local foods and popular dishes. After lunch, take some time to browse the centre's shop, which features handmade, high-quality crafts and clothes, made by some of the women at the shop, as well as other women's cooperatives throughout Rwanda. Proceeds from the meal and shop help support the centre's education and training programs, including a community library.
    Transport: Roads? Where this rough-and-ready vehicle's going, we don't need roads.
    Accommodation: Mountain Gorilla View Lodge (or similar)

    Meals:   Breakfast   Lunch   Dinner
  3. Day 3
    Volcanoes National Park
    Set out on a trek in lush, jungle-covered hills with a park ranger to track a unique and endangered species—the golden monkey. Observe these playful, curious creatures in their natural habitat; then visit the Ellen Degeneres Campus of the Karisoke Research Center, founded by National Geographic Grantee Dian Fossey. Visit the public exhibit and enjoy immersive activities, like a 360-degree theatre and replica of Dian Fossey's original cabin before meeting with some of the organization's gorilla experts. Hear their experiences and stories working for the largest gorilla conservation organization in the world, and have the chance to ask them questions.
    Activity: Embark on a trek in Volcanoes National Park to view a species even more endangered than the mountain gorilla - the golden monkey. It is only in Rwanda where this interesting species has been successfully habituated. Look (and listen) for these lively and curious creatures that like to chatter - they are often only seen high up in the trees, but, with luck, hikers may have a close encounter. Golden monkeys mainly live in the lower parts of the bamboo forests; they are not as socially "tight" as gorillas and chimpanzees, and the number in the habituated troupe can vary on any given day between 20 and 80.
    Activity: Founded 50 years ago by Dian Fossey, the Karisoke Research Center in Rwanda is considered the world's best hope for the survival of endangered mountain gorillas. The Fossey Fund is also the world's longest running and largest organization dedicated entirely to gorilla conservation. More recently, the organization moved to its permanent home near the gorgeous landscape of Volcanoes National Park and has now been named the Ellen Degeneres Campus of the Karisoke Research Center. During the evening visit you'll be invited to check out the immersive activities in the public exhibit while learning about the biodiversity of this region. Then, the group will meet one of the resident researchers at the center and enjoy a talk with the organization's gorilla experts at the Virunga Overlook. They will share their experiences working with the organization and answer any questions you may have. There will be a selection of non alcoholic beverages, wine, and light snacks included. Thanks to the work Karisoke does, the mountain gorillas of this region are the only species of great ape to have increased in number in recent decades. Between 1967 and 1983, Dian Fossey received over 16 grants from National Geographic and was featured many times in the pages of National Geographic magazine.
    Accommodation: Mountain Gorilla View Lodge (or similar)

    Meals:   Breakfast   Lunch   Dinner
  4. Day 4
    Volcanoes National Park
    Embark on an unforgettable trek through the jungle alongside a park ranger to search for mountain gorillas. When we come across a group of gorillas, witness their fascinating social dynamics up close. Note that these treks can vary in length and difficulty depending on the location of the gorillas. Return to our lodge for lunch, followed by a visit to a local village to catch a glimpse of daily rural life.
    Activity: Depart early and transfer to the national park to meet the park ranger/guide for orientation. Embark on the trek, which can vary in length and difficulty, depending on the location of the gorilla family that's being visited. Spend an hour observing these beautiful and endangered creatures. Trek back and return to the hotel with the remainder of the afternoon to yourself.
    Activity: Visit a small farming village where the locals have put a stop to poaching and put their focus on sheep farming. Meet the local people and get a first hand look at rural life in this area.
    Accommodation: Mountain Gorilla View Lodge (or similar)

    Meals:   Breakfast   Lunch   Dinner
  5. Day 5
    Volcanoes National Park/Akagera National Park
    Head back to Kigali for lunch, then continue east to Akagera National Park. Armed conflict once devastated this part of Rwanda, and many years of neglect and misuse followed. Yet dedicated work by the local communities resulted in the return of wildlife to the park's savannas, forested hills, and wetlands. Learn more about this fascinating conservation success story in a behind-the-scenes visit to the African Parks headquarters here. Later, check into our comfortable lodge overlooking stunning Lake Ihema.
    Transport: Roads? Where this rough-and-ready vehicle's going, we don't need roads.
    Activity: Take a behind-the-scenes tour of the African Parks headquarters here. Gain insights into issues of modern wildlife conservation, the day-to-day process of managing a protected zone, and the importance of community support to protect the park. Visit the anti-poaching room to learn about monitoring and methods of protection, including the use of a canine unit. Then head to the Akagera Village and learn about an outreach project that helps educate the local community about conservation and sustainability.
    Accommodation: Mantis Akagera Game Lodge (or similar)

    Meals:   Breakfast   Lunch   Dinner
  6. Day 6
    Akagera National Park
    Wake before sunrise for an early morning safari drive in search of the "big five." Keep an eye out for lions, buffalo, hyenas, and antelopes grazing freely here. Return to the lodge for lunch and some free time to relax or take a dip in the pool. In the afternoon, glide along Lake Ihema by boat, watching for hippos and crocodiles. Spot more wildlife, such as elephants and buffalo, as they gather at the lakeshore to drink water. Keep an eye out for a variety of birds including herons, shoebill storks, fish eagles, and kingfishers.
    Activity: This morning, wake early and head out into the park for sunrise and try and spot the early risers. Look out for lion, elephants, buffalo, hyenas and others who graze freely in the park. Giraffe are a popular site as well as others in the growing park such as; warthog, waterbuck, zebras, roan antelope, eland, topis, and impala.
    Activity: Enjoy safari by boat on Lake Ihema. The cruise will give you a chance to spot more wildlife, such as elephants and buffalos who tend to gather at the banks to have a drink of water. Search out Nile crocodiles and observe birds; there are over 500 species around the lake and its surrounding wetlands. Keep an eye out for shoebill and papyrus Ganolex as well as endemic species such as; herons, ibis, jacanas, plovers, malachite Kingfisher and Hawks.
    Accommodation: Mantis Akagera Game Lodge (or similar)

    Meals:   Breakfast   Lunch   Dinner
  7. Day 7
    Akagera National Park to Kigali
    Head out with a packed breakfast for our final safari drive in the early hours when animals are most active. Look for giraffes, gazelles, impalas, baboons, Butchel's zebras, leopards, and lions. Later that morning, depart through the northern edge of the park and travel overland back to Kigali.
    Activity: This morning, wake early and head out into the park for sunrise and try and spot the early risers. Look out for lion, elephants, buffalo, hyenas and others who graze freely in the park. Giraffe are a popular site as well as others in the growing park such as; warthog, waterbuck, zebras, roan antelope, eland, topis, and impala.
    Transport: Roads? Where this rough-and-ready vehicle's going, we don't need roads.
    Accommodation: Hotel des Mille Collines (or similar)

    Meals:   Breakfast
  8. Day 8
    Kigali/Nairobi
    Catch a flight from Kigali to Nairobi and transfer to hotel.
    Transport: Settle in and scan the scenery from the convenience of a private vehicle.
    Free Time: Take some time to explore Nairobi before meeting your Kenyan CEO at the orientation meeting.
    Activity: Meet fellow travellers and learn more details about the upcoming itinerary from the CEO.
    Transport: Look! Up in the sky! It's a bird! It's a plane! It's... yup, it is a plane, actually.
    Accommodation: Sarova Panafric Hotel (or similar)

    Meals:   Breakfast
  9. Day 9
    Nairobi/Lake Nakuru National Park
    Depart early for Lake Nakuru, known for harbouring flocks of pink flamingos and a rich variety of bird species. Arrive at our safari lodge inside Lake Nakuru National Park in time for lunch, and seek out the resident rhinos on a late afternoon wildlife drive.
    Transport: Get a better view and take better snapshots aboard this off-road ride.
    Activity: Search for, buffalo, impalas, hyenas, and even lions and leopards on the wildlife safari drive in this renowned national park. Head to the shores of Lake Nakuru to see pelicans and cormorants. The park is also rich in other bird life, including grebes, white winged black terns, stilts, avocets, and ducks.
    Accommodation: Sarova Lion Hill Game Lodge (or similar)

    Meals:   Breakfast   Lunch   Dinner
  10. Day 10
    Lake Nakuru National Park
    Set out on morning and afternoon safaris through the picturesque park, searching for buffalo, impalas, lions, and more; and drive along the salty shores of Lake Nakuru to discover a mind-boggling variety of birds.
    Transport: Get a better view and take better snapshots aboard this off-road ride.
    Activity: Search for, buffalo, impalas, hyenas, and even lions and leopards on the wildlife safari drive in this renowned national park. Head to the shores of Lake Nakuru to see pelicans and cormorants. The park is also rich in other bird life, including grebes, white winged black terns, stilts, avocets, and ducks.
    Activity: Search for, buffalo, impalas, hyenas, and even lions and leopards on the wildlife safari drive in this renowned national park. Head to the shores of Lake Nakuru to see pelicans and cormorants. The park is also rich in other bird life, including grebes, white winged black terns, stilts, avocets, and ducks.
    Accommodation: Sarova Lion Hill Game Lodge (or similar)

    Meals:   Breakfast   Lunch   Dinner
  11. Day 11
    Lake Nakuru National Park/Lake Naivasha
    This morning attend a talk given by a representative of the Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS)—a government institution dedicated to managing the country's wildlife—about the issues surrounding poaching and wildlife conservation. Later head south through the Great Rift Valley to Lake Naivasha, a large freshwater lake surrounded by grassy banks and olive trees. Cruise the lake on a boat, watching for hippos and buffalo; and peer through your binoculars to spot lovebirds, ibis, and the African fish eagle. Step ashore at Crescent Island—a peaceful wildlife sanctuary located in the middle of the lake— and enjoy a guided stroll in search of wildebeest, zebras, and giraffes.
    Activity: Gain a deeper understanding of the issues surrounding poaching and Elephant conservation during a lecture by an accredited speaker from the Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS). The major topics will be Elephants, martial Eagles & Pangolins and how they conduct animal census. The KWS strives to sustainably conserve and develop Kenya's wildlife and its habitats, as well as create programs to enable communities living in wildlife areas to benefit from wildlife revenue. National Geographic has supported many research projects working jointly with KWS researchers in the field. The chairman of the KWS is renowned conservationist Walter Raria Kaipaton.
    Transport: Get a better view and take better snapshots aboard this off-road ride.
    Activity: Enjoy a scenic boat ride on this fresh water lake, popular with people seeking wildlife and bird watching. Once at Crescent Island walk amongst the acacia trees and come face to face with herds of wildebeest, zebra, waterbuck and giraffe. Along the shore you may see hippos and buffalo wallowing in the mud. Scan the treetops for the African fish eagle, waiting to snatch a fish from the lake.
    Accommodation: Lake Naivasha Crescent Camp (or similar)

    Meals:   Breakfast   Lunch   Dinner
  12. Day 12
    Lake Naivasha/Masai Mara
    Travel to the legendary Masai Mara National Reserve and settle into our comfortable tented camp, located in the heart of the reserve. Head out for an afternoon safari through vast, acacia-dotted plains, driving past throngs of wildebeest, zebra, and giraffes; and keep an eye out for lions, elephants, and the rest of the African "big five." In the evening, relax at the camp and enjoy scenic views of the rolling plains.
    Transport: Get a better view and take better snapshots aboard this off-road ride.
    Activity: Maasai Mara is one of the world's top safari destinations, known for its abundance of big cats - cheetahs, leopards and lions - as well as the two million wildebeest, Thomson's gazelles and zebra that migrate annually across the vast grasslands in search of water. Set off on safari with our driver/guide and keep your eyes and ears peeled for movement and memories. Watch elephants and giraffe grazing, photograph zebras and wildebeest and, with a little luck, you'll even spot animals feasting on a recent kill.
    Accommodation: Fig Tree Camp (or similar)

    Meals:   Breakfast   Lunch   Dinner
  13. Day 13
    Masai Mara
    Venture out on an early morning safari to track the animals that traversed the savanna during the night. View ungulates like Thomson's and Grant's gazelles, topi and eland antelopes—as well as their stealthy predators—at one of their most active times of the day. Continue your exploration on a late afternoon safari, discovering the timeless landscapes of Masai Mara.
    Transport: Get a better view and take better snapshots aboard this off-road ride.
    Activity: Maasai Mara is one of the world's top safari destinations, known for its abundance of big cats - cheetahs, leopards and lions - as well as the two million wildebeest, Thomson's gazelles and zebra that migrate annually across the vast grasslands in search of water. Set off on safari with our driver/guide and keep your eyes and ears peeled for movement and memories. Watch elephants and giraffe grazing, photograph zebras and wildebeest and, with a little luck, you'll even spot animals feasting on a recent kill.
    Activity: Maasai Mara is one of the world's top safari destinations, known for its abundance of big cats - cheetahs, leopards and lions - as well as the two million wildebeest, Thomson's gazelles and zebra that migrate annually across the vast grasslands in search of water. Set off on safari with our driver/guide and keep your eyes and ears peeled for movement and memories. Watch elephants and giraffe grazing, photograph zebras and wildebeest and, with a little luck, you'll even spot animals feasting on a recent kill.
    Accommodation: Fig Tree Camp (or similar)

    Meals:   Breakfast   Lunch   Dinner
  14. Day 14
    Masai Mara/Nairobi
    Witness a breathtaking sunrise over the savanna during your final safari in Masai Mara, and head back to Nairobi. Stop en route at Café Ubuntu, a G Adventures-supported Planeterra project that trains and employs local women and mothers of children with disabilities. Café Ubuntu is an oasis with delicious organic food, hospitable staff, and a relaxing atmosphere based in Maai Mahiu. It is a beacon for tourists who drive through the area each year on their way to the famous Maasai Mara conservancy. Learn about how the initiative empowers the community, visit the craft centre to meet some of the women who create the wares sold there, and then sit down for a delicious farm-to-table lunch. Options range from breakfast tacos, soups, and salads, to freshly made pizzas, curry dishes, and burritos.
    Activity: Maasai Mara is one of the world's top safari destinations, known for its abundance of big cats - cheetahs, leopards and lions - as well as the two million wildebeest, Thomson's gazelles and zebra that migrate annually across the vast grasslands in search of water. Set off on safari with our driver/guide and keep your eyes and ears peeled for movement and memories. Watch elephants and giraffe grazing, photograph zebras and wildebeest and, with a little luck, you'll even spot animals feasting on a recent kill.
    Transport: Get a better view and take better snapshots aboard this off-road ride with a pop-up top.
    Activity: In the rural settlement of Maai Mahiu is the very special G Adventures for Good supported project, Ubuntu Café. A true social enterprise in the heart of Kenya, this initiative empowers the community, creating over 400 sustainable local jobs for mothers of children with disabilities, and supporting pediatric health and education programs in the region. Enjoy a guided tour of the centre and meet some of the mothers who work here creating handicrafts. Learn how the lives of these "mamas" have been impacted and, in turn, their communities empowered through this G Adventures-supported initiative. Then, sit down to a delicious, organic farm-to-table lunch. Enjoy the real tastes of quality coffee, breakfast tacos, soup, salad, freshly made pizzas, curry dishes,and burritos.
    Accommodation: Sarova Panafric Hotel (or similar)

    Meals:   Breakfast   Lunch
  15. Day 15
    Nairobi
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    Meals:   Breakfast

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Meals:
14 breakfasts, 11 lunches, 10 dinners

Transportation:
7-seat 4x4 safari vehicle, walking, hiking, boat, plane

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Your Journeys Highlight Moment: Mountain Gorilla Conservation Sundowner Experience, Volcanoes National Park Your Journeys Highlight Moment: Akagera National Park - Conservation and Community, Parc National de l' Akagera Your Journeys Highlight Moment: Kenya Wildlife Service Conservation Talk, Lake Nakuru National Park Your Journeys Highlight Moment: Café Ubuntu and Ubuntu Made, Maai Mahiu Your G for Good Moment: Nyamirambo Women's Centre, Local Lunch, Kigali. Arrival transfer. All national park entrance fees. Genocide memorial entrance. Mountain gorilla trek with permits. Golden monkey trek with permits. Local village walk. Safari drives in Akagera National Park. Wildlife boat cruise on Lake Ihema. Wildlife safari drives in Masai Mara National Reserve, and Lake Nakuru National Park. Boat trip on Lake Naivasha and wildlife walk on Crescent Island. Internal flight. All transport between destinations and to/from included activities.

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Hotel/Lodge (12 nts), comfortable tented camps (2 nts).

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