Nyungwe Forest N. Park
Located in the South West corner of Rwanda, Nyungwe National Park is an untouched natural rain-forest that is filled with exciting biodiversity.
Covering over 1000 square kilometers, Nyungwe is surely one of the world's most beautiful and pristine mountain rain-forests. It's believed to be one of Africa's oldest forests, staying green even through the Ice Age, which explains its diversity.
Home to habituated chimpanzees and 12 other primates species (including a 400-strong troop of habituated Ruwenzori Black & White Colobus), it is also a bird watchers paradise with over 300 species, including 16 endemics, and is home to 75 different species of mammal.