Cave Exploration Safari

Cave Exploration Safari Rwanda, Opened up for tourism in 2004, by the Rwanda Tourism Board, Musanze cave has become one of the hot spot for tourism especially afternoon visit after gorilla tracking activity.
Musanze is also the largest district with in the northern province of Rwanda and its capital Ruhengeri which is also known as Musanze and it serves as a center for tourism in Rwanda and its where Volcanoes National park is situated. This is also the most mountainous part of Rwanda and has also got dense vegetation and it’s so famous for the mountain gorillas and the endemic golden monkeys.

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It’s also the most visited district in Rwanda and has the components to make sure you have an extra ordinary holiday adventure. Musanze also makes up the biggest part of the gigantic Volcanoes national park and is also home to five of the eight volcanoes in the Virunga Chain and these include; Bisoke, Karisimbi, Sabyinyo, Gahinga and Muhabura.
Formed by centuries of geologic activity centered on the Virunga volcanoes next door, the 1.25-mile long Musanze caves are located just outside of the town they share a name with. The caves have existed for over 65 million years and they have 31 entrances and extend up to 21 kilometers inside.
Though today they’re a tourist attraction, the caves were used as a shelter during wartime for many centuries leading right up into the modern era, and as such, it’s an important site to local people. Musanze cave can be explored after gorilla tracking in Volcanoes national park in case you will have time.
The musanze caves offered home to many people as well as storage of supplies and food by the kings of Rwanda during the war time. The exploration lasts for two hours and visitors pay $50. It can be done in the afternoon with an escort. Other caves include the Busasamana caves which are located one kilometer and links up to many other caves such as Kazenze, Mudende and Busasamana regions. There is also Mugongo cave for you to explore and all these are among the famous 52 caves.
Apart from a visit to the caves, tourists who travel to Rwanda can as well feed their eyes with many other tourist attractions including; Buhanga Eco park famous for the coronation of Rwanda former kings, karisismbi volcano climbing, a trek to Dian Fossey grave, golden monkey tracking, trekking mountain gorillas and chimpanzee and well as a visit to the twin lakes of Burera and Ruhondo.