New counter-poaching puppies in Akagera National Park, Rwanda! Two of Akagera’s anti-poaching dogs have given birth to a total of 11 puppies, and are all...
Despite modest tourism numbers, Akagera National Park is a success story in the making, particularly considering that, like its host country, it survived catastrophe
« Wilderness Safaris » ouvrira dans le Parc National Akagera, en décembre prochain, son deuxième Centre Touristique haut de gamme au Rwanda.
Wilderness Safaris will be expanding its ecotourism footprint in Rwanda by opening a new camp in Akagera National Park in mid-December 2018.
Gorillas are the draw, but Rwanda astounds with its timeless old-growth rainforest and a new generation driven to live a meaningful life
This beautiful African country is now a world-away from the nightmare that engulfed it more than twenty years ago. Rwanda's sprawling, vibrant cities have a...
Akagera National Park’s rolling highlands
The Akagera park suffered grievously in civil war of the early 1990s but has earned back its ‘Big Five’ credentials to become a focus of...
Rwandan ‘smart park’ uses LoRaWAN to protect threatened animals.
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