A trek through Nyungwe National Park is rewarded with a glimpse into the life of chimpanzees. Spending most of their time in trees, chimps eat, sleep, and socialize among the branches. While the species is classified as endangered, primarily due to habitat loss, the community of chimps here is well protected.
A trek through Nyungwe National Park is rewarded with a glimpse into the life of chimpanzees. Spending most of their time in trees, chimps eat, sleep, and socialize among the branches. While the species is classified as endangered, primarily due to habitat loss, the community of chimps here is well protected.
Photograph by Charlie Hamilton James

Up close with Rwanda's wildlife

Across a lush, interwoven tapestry of wetlands, dense forests, and savanna, Rwanda’s national parks teem with life.