Canopy Walkway in Nyungwe National Park reopens

On 9 July 2019 at 12:54

Rwanda Development Board (RDB) has announced that visits to the Canopy Walkway in Nyungwe National Park have been re-opened.

The public announcement follows the closure of the canopy in May 2019 for maintenance works.

“Rwanda Development Board wishes to inform the general public that the Canopy Walkway in Nyungwe National Park has been re-opened after completion of regular maintenance. Thank you for your understanding and we apologize for any inconvenience caused while it was closed,” reads RDB announcement released via twitter account.

Nyungwe Forest National Park is one of the attractions that have made Rwanda become the top tourist destination in the world over.

This is not only the place for relaxation but also one of the place for adventure and insight into Rwanda‘s beauty.

The forest is the largest protected mountain forest in Africa that covers between 1600 and 2000 sq metres and being a five hour drive into the middle of Rwanda, this long drive to Nyungwe also gives the guests an opportunity to drink in the country’s diverse scenery and the imposing land scape as you move to the main attraction.

Once a tourist gets to the park, he/she will then prepare to join on one of the most unbelievable adventures ever had including the 200m canopy walk way that gives an excitement hardly compared by anything else.

It is in addition to the beautiful scenery large, centuries old trees and the added thick forest.

Statistics from RDB shows that Nyungwe National Park had a turnover of US$ 534,821 in 2017 from 13,941 tourists.

Visits to the Canopy Walkway in Nyungwe National Park have been re-opened.