Effective January 2023, the management of Nyungwe National Park made changes to its pricing for some of it’s activities with the aim objectives of:
(1) Simplifying the existing pricing for visitors and harmonization of the pricing structure between two Rwandan parks whose management is entrusted to African Parks (Akagera and Nyungwe).
2) Facilitating longer stays of guests without incurring exponential increases in expenses.
The new pricing comes along with tourism improvement on different aspects in the park including: The introduction of a friendly park entry fee, introduction of a friendly annual pass fee, facilitation for domestic visitors, diversification of tourism activities including the introduction of multiple-days walks, and zipline and rope courses and the possibility of separately paying the guiding fee for nature walks and being able to choose half
or full day.
Below are some of the new accommodation facilities that have been recently opened up in Rwanda
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