Visit Karongi beach Rwanda
Karongi beach is found in Karongi, a district commonly known as Akarere, in the western province of Rwanda. Karongi district has a capital called Rubengera.
Karongi district contains other areas like Kibuye the provincial capital and major Rwanda lakeside Resort. Karongi is located on the shores of Lake Kivu just about halfway down lake Gisenyi and Cyangugu.
The area is divided into different sectors [Imirenge] which include; Rugabano, Murambi, Getesi, Bwishura, Gishari, Burundi, Mubuga, and Twumbu.
In the landlocked country Rwanda, Karongi beach is conceivably the most popular place /beach for family retreats, vacations, kayak and boating adventure, and great adventure safaris. It is easily accessible especially when you come from Kigali city due to its exalted visitors, with a pleasant atmosphere around the place.
Hillside sheltered in pines and eucalyptus trees distributed as a scrim for an effervescent lake with chambers to ensemble the customer budget. During the night the place gets covered with cool fishermen sounds sweep in simultaneously.
This magnificent place where the stressed-up mind can absolutely switch off, incidentally skimming up from a good book to pay attention to the beautiful birds or the alternating colors on the lake as the sun comes around.
For undisputed adventure in Rwanda circadian life, enjoy local fishing or kayaking as the sunset with local fishermen.
For those who desire more active joy, more Hotels around the area have Kayaks to rent and boats carry small groups of people out to Napoleon’s islands and banqueted at any of Amahoro island’s restaurants.
For birders, there’s a place in the northwest of Karongi known as Mukura forest with over 150 species of which 17 are indigenous to the Albert Nile.
Mukura is completely a mountain rainforest with an average altitude of 2,600m, the area is acknowledged as a national park in 2015.