Monkey at Nyungwe Forest
L’Hoest’s Monkey at Nyungwe Forest

Nyungwe National park entrance fees differ according to which activities you are going to do and in which national park you are going to visit.

Park entrance fees into Nyungwe National Park are US$40 per person each day for the non residents as well as foreign residents.

Chimpanzee tracking fees

Chimpanzee tracking fees in Nyungwe National Park are: US$90 per person each day for non residents, whereas residents pay US$60 , each resident foreign citizen pays 500oRwf, Nationals from the East Africa Community (EAC) pay $10, then East Africa Community (EAC) Foreign Residents each pays $60 per day.

Students who are Rwanda citizens pay Rwf2, 500, East Africa Community (EAC) students pay $5 each day and then Students who are foreign residents pay $30 daily.

Other Primates Watch activity prices

To see Other Nyungwe primates, non residents pay $60 per individual, foreign residents each pays $40 each daily, and then local Rwanda citizens pay 5000 Rwf each daily. EAC Foreign Residents pay $40 daily, Rwandan Citizen Students pay Rwf 1,500 daily per person, EAC Students pay $3 daily per person and then  Foreign Resident Students pay 20$ each daily.

Nyungwe Guided nature walks: 

The various guided walks in the park are charged US$40 per individual daily for non-residents, while resident foreigners pay US$30 per person daily.  Rwanda residents pay between Rwf 3,000 and 4,000 for entrance fees per individual daily to enjoy a guided nature walk, while East Africa Community (EAC) nationals pay $5 daily, East Africa Community (EAC)  non-foreigner residents pay $30 daily per person, and the Resident foreigners pay $20 per person daily, Students who are Rwandan Citizens pay Rwf 1,500 daily per person, $15, while Students who are Foreign Residents pay $20.

Nyungwe Bird Watching:

For birding watching in Nyungwe non-foreign residents are charged $50 per person daily, foreign residents pay $40 per person each day,  local

The Blue Turaco
The Blue Turaco

Rwandan Citizens then pay 5000Rwf per person per day, East Africa Community nationals pay $20per person each day, East Africa Community foreign residents pay $40 per person daily, Students who are citizens of Rwanda pay Rwf2,000 per person per day, East Africa Community students pay $60 per person per day, Foreign Resident Students then pay $80 each per day.

Nyungwe Canopy Walk:

Foreign Visitor are charged $60 for the Canopy walk per person, Foreign Resident are charged $50 per person and then local Rwanda residents pay 5000Rwf per person. East Africa Community Nationals pay $10 for per person and then East Africa Community Foreign Residents pay $50 per person. Students who are Rwandan Citizen pay Rwf5, 000 per person, East Africa Community student pay $5 per Student, while Students who are Foreign Resident pay $25.

However the park management of Nyungwe National Park offers amazing discounts to young people especially those less than fifteen (15) years.

If you wish to appreciate the great services of your safari guide, you can always offer them a tip.