Rwanda is the perfect destination for travelers seeking to see primates in abundance, ranging from the gorillas and golden monkey that you get to see on a gorilla tour at volcanoes national park to the chimpanzees, L’hoests monkeys and 13 other primates’ species you see in Nyungwe forest park, you will definitely leave Rwanda content. As it has always been said by travelers, “it’s hard to describe the feeling of looking the gorilla in the eye”, seeing the Rwanda gorillas is definitely a memorable experience you will always have after you have been on your Rwanda safari. Akagera national park of Rwanda is also home to lots of wild game including the impala and topi, eland, oribi, Masai giraffe, Defassa waterbuck, reedbuck, bushbuck, sable and roan antelope, Burchall's zebra, hippo and crocodile are commonly seen whilst game viewing. The buffaloes and elephants are more common in the northern sections of the park. Rwanda is also endowed with over 500 bird species with Akagera national park being home to over 400 species making it the perfect Rwanda safari destination for birders.