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Category: Protected Areas :: Protected Area
Akagera National Park contains some of the most beautiful scenery in Rwanda. The park is located in the north-east of Rwanda, and covers over 2500 sq km of savannah, west of the Kagera River. The Park was established in 1934 to protect animals and vegetation in the savannah, mountains and swamps. The park is known for big game viewing and bird watching. Park entry fee must be paid by all visitors.
|Contact :||Akagera National Park Office|
|Tel :||+250 78 216 6015|
|Tel2 :||+250 78 618 2871|
|Email :||Click Here|
|Fee/s :||Day visitors: USD35 per person, Vehicle fees: Other fees apply for non-EAC registered vehicles|
|Facilities :||Lodging, Camping, Restaurant|
|Game Viewing, Game Drives, Night Drives, Tours and Excursions, Picnics, Fishing, Boat Trips|
|Game to View :||Eland. Roan. Antelope. Impala. Spotted Hyena.|
|More Activities :||Behind the scene tours.|
|Notes on Activities :||Boat trip game viewing on the lakes and along the Akagera River.|
There are hotels available. (June-15)
Gahini Hospital, established by the CMS. SAMU Ambulance Services, Tel: 912. Dr. Wim Schonbee, Tel: +250 78 830 4075 (June-15)
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