Rwanda has done much over the past decade and a half to recover from its violent history. Today, Rwanda is a stable country and is rapidly growing economically. Because of the country’s beauty is has especially grown in terms of tourism. The lush mountains and vibrant plains are home to a variety of wildlife, making Rwanda a prime destination for safaris. People venturing on Rwanda safaris are especially drawn to the famous mountain gorillas. Rwanda’s Volcanoes National Park is home to the world’s largest number of endangered gorillas. It is actually one of the few countries in Africa where these magnificent creatures can still be found. The country is also famous for its range of other types of wildlife. Safaris can be taken through places like Akagera National park where there are elephants, buffaloes, giraffes, zebras, and more. If planning to stay in Rwanda for several days, the small size of the country makes it ideal for taking a variety of tours as everything is in relatively close proximity. This convenience, along with the beauty and diversity of wildlife in Rwanda, makes it a dream safari destination.