Rwanda holidays: Where to go walking in Rwanda
Walking in Rwanda is usually based around gorilla tracking in Volcanoes National Park. There are some fabulous walks in the parks, which we would recommend as an added bonus to staying at certain lodges rather than definitive reasons to visit.
Nonetheless, if you are looking to explore Nyungwe Forest on foot then Nyungwe Forest Lodge offers a range of walks; chimpanzee and monkey trekking; swamp and waterfall walks; birding walks; and cultural area walks. There is also a canopy walk on a rope-style bridge which allows you to walk through the tops of the trees.
For our recommended lodges and camps for walking in Rwanda, click the links below.
Our 1 favourite camps & lodges for walking in Rwanda
Nyungwe Forest Lodge|96% (9 reviews)Nyungwe Forest lodge offers many opportunities for walking in Rwanda, mostly in the Nyungwe Forest National Park. Guided walks are tailored to the individual, from 1–7 hours, with options of chimpanzee and Ruwenzori colobus monkey trekking. More about Nyungwe Forest Lodge