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Planning a Family Safari in Rwanda

Planning a Family Safari in Rwanda


Tours in Rwanda can be a fascinating adventure for a family. Most of the safaris taken by families live up to their expectation. There are lots of precautions you have to take in case you want to travel as a family most especially with the children. Below are some of the tips you will have to consider on you net safari in Rwanda.

It can also get cold at times and therefore pack enough sweaters for your safari in Rwanda. One might also think that well, we come from country with winter, how cold can it get? There is coldness in Rwanda and in Africa in general will definitely affect you considering that you will be new to the weather.

You also need to separate the young ones from the rest. You don’t want your children to ruin some one’s safari, therefore think of booking a family cottage and be in a one car with no their guests as you know how to control your children.

Always listen to the guide because they are experts and especially in the area. When they tell you not to do or go somewhere, please follow their advice as they have got experience in leading safaris of sorts. Ask them for advice.

Always let the kids own the cameras, this will keep them active and engaged. It will also help them have much everlasting memories of the safari and definitely you will take the credit for choosing a great tour. Also help the kids take notes in their journal as this will help them learn more about the animals and the information may later be helpful for them at school.

Always have a surprise for each day to keep the family entertained. This will keep you together. Share adventures of each day and see how the next day better. Let everyone have their own binoculars like that you all capture the great sights at the same time. Always make sure you ask questions and encourage everyone to ask question for clarity because you have invested a lot in the tour.

Always be prepared for long periods of seeing nothing and boredom. These are wild animals and they are not predictable. Today they may be in a certain place and the next day you drive the whole day without seeing them.