Rwanda, it is a country in East Africa. The capital of Rwanda is Kigali.
Rwanda is a small country in Central Africa at 914 m. The central and western parts of the country are part of the Great Rift Valley Mountains of Albertin. If you move east, they will be replaced by forests, savannas, plains and swamps. Numerous lakes characterize the entire landscape, with Lake Kivu being the largest and occupying most of Rwanda's western border. Lake Kivu is one of the 20 deepest lakes in the world with a maximum depth of 480 m. Other famous lakes are: Burera, Ruhondo, Muhazi, Rweru and Ihema. Ryadan's longest river, Nyabarongo, rises in the southwest. This river merges with Ruvubu in the southeast and forms the Kagera River. The highest point in Rwanda is Karisimbi, the highest point is 14,826 feet (4,519 m), and the lowest point is the river Rusez at 3,116 feet (950 m).
On the political map you can see the five provinces of the country. The capital, the major rivers and neighboring countries.
There are so many amazing places to visit in this mountainous country. The most incredible places are: Volcano National Park, This is a small 160 square kilometer national park in northwest Rwanda that borders the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Uganda. It is about 105 kilometers (2 hours by car) west of the city of Kigali. This park is a paradise for famous and unique endangered mountain gorillas. If you visit this park, you will get to these gorillas (mountain gorillas). Akagella National Park, The national park is located in northeastern Rwanda and borders on Tanzania. It covers an area of approximately 1122 square kilometers. It is approximately 135 km (2 hours and 30 minutes) from the city of Kigali. One of the fascinating attractions worth visiting in this park is a network of lakes, including Lake Ishma.