You can find Akagera National Park in northwest Rwanda, right on the border with Tanzania.
The park features three very different ecosystems: the lakes (Shakani and Ihéma) and swamps along the Akagera River; the classic African savanna with its trademark acacia trees and open-plains big game, reminiscent of more well-known parks in Kenya and Tanzania; and breathtaking montane landscapes.
Lake Manyara National Park may seem to be a tiny strip of land, but don't be fooled; there are many species to observe. There are roughly 500 distinct types of birds, and even the most inexperienced birdwatcher may observe many of them in a single day. The lake's surface is covered with flamingos and other water birds, which are most visible at the end of the dry season.