Road Trips in Rwanda.
Mapstat Safaris offers the best way to experience Rwanda’s beautiful scenery and abundant Rwanda wildlife including the endangered Mountain Gorilla in Volcanos National Park. Our Car rental fleet is available for Self Drive Road Trips consists of Toyota Landcruisers and Toyota RAV4s, Extended Safari Land Cruisers and Nissan Patrols which will take you around the country. With Mapstat safaris Road Trip in Rwanda, You drive your own adventure!
If you would like a Road Trip drive to set your own trail and camp under the stars in one of our 4WDs with camping gear, At Mapstat Safaris Ltd, we have carefully planned camping tools and a big dose of insider travel tips, to guarantee a peace of mind to set off on the adventure of a lifetime.
Mapstat Safaris Ltd offers a number of road trips like, Wildlife safari Road trips, Gorilla Safari Road trips, Bird Watching tours, Mountain Hiking, Chimpanzee trekking, Cultural Tours, Guided Nature walks in different tourist destinations of Rwanda. Rent a car and drive on a Self drive road trip in Rwanda to the leading destinations like Volcanoes NP, Akagera NP, Nyungwe Forest, Gishwati Mukura NP, Rubavu, Goma and Kivu. Check out our destinations below for detailed information and explore the things to do and see.
Road Trips Safety Tips & Traffic Rules.
- In Rwanda, driving is on the right side of the road.
- The speed limits are 40 kilometers/per hour in the city and 60 kilometers outside the city.
- On the road, if the car in front is using the left indicator it often means it is not safe to overtake. The right indicator signals the road ahead is clear.
- Extra care is taken on roads at night and the headlight use is erratic.
- Cars already in a traffic circle on the roads have the right of way.
- When one is driving, it is illegal to use a mobile phone.
- Seat belts MUST be worn in the front.
- No one is allowed to drink on the road and drive.
- There are different roadblocks throughout the country and these are there to control overloading and over speeding.
- For safety on roads, traffic police can be called by dialing 0831 1115/1114.