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Akagera Rhino Lodge is a perfect place to enjoy and relax. It is situated in Akagera National Park, Rwanda’s only savannah park. In the past years, the park suffered a lot of exploitation from the locals the park size greatly reduced to a few square kilometers. This is found in the northern part of the land of a thousand hills and is one of the parks that are close to the capital city of Rwanda Kigali.

Akagera Rhino Lodge

Akagera Rhino Lodge is an intimate ultimate lodge, giving you the best way to explore Rwanda. You will witness the beautiful sky under which is the extensive savannah. The lodge is a perfectly comfortable place one can visit with family or groups, and the accommodation is skillfully constructed by local artisans to meet the local crafts the furnishing of the Rwanda style look to give the lodge an extraordinary and unique appearance. The walking trails at the lodge are outstandingly beautiful, around the lodge are flying birds take a look around the expanse of scattered forest.

The lodge restaurant will direct you to taste African food cuisines. There are freshly served foods and one can order through altercate or buffet menu. The Rhino bar serves both alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks. It is beautiful at any meal course you decide to have while at Akagera Rhino Lodge premises. It is an open restaurant, with innovative food ideas presented by the chef and there is a variety of menu selection while at the lodge. Dishes are different in making to have you feel the true authenticity of the African continent.

Park activities include game drives in Akagera National Park. Animals you are likely to spot include; zebras, waterbucks, elands, giraffes, oribi, elephants, crocodiles, sitatunga, lions, impalas, hippos, buffaloes among other animal species. The drives are done in the early morning for morning risers, afternoon time and in the evening to enjoy the sundowners. Game drives are done in 4×4 wheel drive cars boasting open rooftops with provisions to take the best pictures of the wilderness.

The park offers a great opportunity to get close to the water birds. The reputable bird count in the park is an amazing thing. Birders will view African birds including migratory species. Popular birds include marabou stock, pelicans, egrets, crowned cranes, African fish eagles and the rare shoebill stork.

The park is accessible all year round but best during the dry seasons of December to mid-February and June to mid-September. However, each season has its beautiful times and a view of the park in a different way. The wet season gives the conservation area angelic green views although seeing wildlife needs a lot of patience during this time. Trips to Akagera can be combined together with other national parks in Rwanda.

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