Rwanda Eco-Tours like other companies in Rwanda offers all safaris in the country. The major difference is that we offer ECO & RESPONSIBLE safaris in Rwanda and beyond, that DIRECTLY benefits the local community around Rwanda's National Parks as an incentive for conservation and where you can be part of both the conservation and the community.
Secondly the company is owned and run by Rwandans who have extensive experience and knowledge in tourism and conservation which allows you to experience the natural and human wonders of the country, as you encounter the beauty, the people, the culture, the nature and the spirit of Rwanda.
Our philosophy is giving back to the community in places we visit to change lives, to protect and conserve our environment and the life of our people. While with us, we will take you to visit most of our projects with the communities and if you have time you can have a hands-on-experience through active participation.
Short Gorilla Trek
1 day exploring the wonders of nature
Offer: Get a free Park entry
This life-changing experience with the gorillas is tailored for people in transit, who are visiting Rwanda for a short time. Trekking amongst the mountain Gorillas is one of the most memorable experiences of a lifetime.
Best of Rwanda
12 days of Rwanda's bestowed beauty
Offer: Get a free Park entry
Relax on the soothing sandy beaches with gently pounding waves surrounded by majestic mountains. Visit water springs, local community projects and participate in tea harvesting in the neighboring local communities.
6 days of nature walks & bird safaris
Offer: Free visit to the waterfall
The only place where you can see more than five primate species in a single location, in troops of 400 to 500 individuals. This is the place to partake of bird watching and explore many unique features like waterfalls.
Latest News & Blog articles
Conservation hero turns gorilla killers into eco-warriors
By Phoebe Parke and Marc Hoeferlin, for CNN. Fri April 24, 2015 Working as a warden in Rwanda's Volcanoes National Park, home to the endangered mountain gorilla, Edwin Sabuhoro was determined to do whatever was necessary to protect the animals he was commi ...
Poachers turn gamekeeper to guard gorillas. In the Virungas, a 'unique, best example of eco-tourism
07/1/2015 For four decades Leonidas Barora was a renowned hunter, tracking animals in the lush forests of Rwanda. Now he only fires arrows to impress tourists, and to help protect the wildlife. Hundreds of ex-poachers have been persuaded to put down their ...
Happy New Year 2015
Dear Esteemed family and friends in eco-tourism and travel, we want to wish a Happy and Blessed New Year 2015 and we hope to work with as you embark on a journey of your lifetime. And yes, this is the year to tick off Mountain Gorillas off your bucket list. We ...
Single East Africa Visa
A single East Africa tourist visa was officially launched in the city of Kampala by the presidents of Kenya, Uganda, and Rwanda on February 20, 2014. The single tourist visa will cost $100 and allow the foreign visitors visit three member countries. The singl ...
GORILLA PERMIT INCREASE
Kigali, 27th January, 2012 – The Rwanda Development Board confirmed plans to implement changes to current gorilla permit pricing FROM US$ 500 to US$ 750. The prices have been increased by 50% and this will take effect from June 1st, 2012 save for prior bookin ...
Rwanda Eco-Tours founder honored to name a Baby Gorilla
Mr. Edwin Sabuhoro, the founder and owner of Rwanda Eco-Tours was honored by the country's Rwanda Development Board/Tourism and Conservation due to his contribution to conservation and sustainable development of the tourism industry to name a baby gorilla on a ...