- Last Updated on Wednesday, 04 December 2013 15:42
The Musanze caves offer in-depth understanding of geological history and development of the earth.
They are located in the volcanic region of Rwanda where different lava flow layers dating from 65 million years
ago have created the Albertine Rift Valley. The launched Caves are two kilometres long underneath.
The Musanze caves is the newest Rwanda touristic product. Moreover, there are still plenty of adventure to
be experienced in the area including the Buhanga Eco-park known for coronation of Rwandan former kings,
the panoramic view of the twin lakes namely Burera and Ruhondo, Karisimbi Volcano climbing, Bisoke Volcano
climbing, trek to Dian Fossey grave, golden monkeys trekking and the famous mountain gorillas trekking.
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- Last Updated on Wednesday, 17 April 2013 11:20
Most of the volcanoes forming the magnificent Virunga Mountain range chain are dormant, except for Mount Nyiragongo at 3462m and Mount Nyamuragira at 3063m above sea level, in the DRC. The most recent eruptions date of 2006 and January 2010. The highest volcano is Mount Karisimbi with 4507m, with the oldest volcano being Mount Sabyinyo which lies at 3634m. Mount Bisoke, Mgahinga, Mikeno and Muhabura volcanoes are the other volcanoes within the Volcanoes National park. There is a crater lake, Lake Ngezi on Mount Bisoke.
- Last Updated on Monday, 29 April 2013 10:00
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- Last Updated on Wednesday, 17 April 2013 11:22
The Mountain Gorillas survive thanks to Dian Fossey, a researcher who was buried at her research center alongside these mountain gorillas to which she dedicated her life. The trail leading to her tomb and Karisoke Research Center is a beautiful yet challenging 1 hour 45 minute hike up steep slopes where orchids, birdlife and even occasional mountain gorillas can be seen.