Welcome to Rwanda offering great Rwanda safari holidays from the several Lakes like Lake Kivu, between Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of Congo to the west, is by far the largest, Lake Muhazi, about twenty kilometres east of Kigali: a long narrow Lake running roughly east-west and extending north and south into a number of tributary valleys.
Then on your visit to Akagera National Park you can experience the game drive viewing and boat cruise experience at Lake Ihema, here you will spot various bird species and wildlife at the shores of the Lake.
Visit the Lake Rweru in the south-east, which is shared with Burundi and then on your visit to the Volcanoes National Park, after your gorilla safari visit the twin Lakes (Lake Burera, a mountain Lake in the north (1862 meters above sea level) and (Lake Ruhondo, just to the south of Lake Burera, separated from it by a spine of hills and offering amazing landscapes in Rwanda.
Lake Mugesera, about 30 km south-east of Kigali, is a narrow lake consisting of five east-west bays joined at the western side. Lake Cyohoha South, south of Kigali on the border with Burundi.
There are a number of smaller, shallow Lakes in the flat, swampy region between Lake Mugesera and Lake Rweru.