Bugarama Geothermal Hot-springs and Nyungwe National Park, Rwanda

Bugarama Geothermal Hot-springs and Nyungwe National Park

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8th - 10th March, 2025



Delegates will depart Kigali Serena Hotel and head southwest to visit Bugarama graben and Hydrothermal manifestations (hot springs and the travertine deposit).

Geothermal energy represents a sustainable, eco-friendly, dependable, and substantial energy reservoir. Rwanda boasts an estimated potential of around 100 MW in geothermal power.

Utilizing geothermal sources could yield electricity at a fraction of the cost compared to dieselgenerated power currently prevalent in Rwanda, potentially replacing oil-based power plant



The next day, the excursion will take place at Nyungwe National Park. The mountainous region is teaming with wildlife, including a small population of chimpanzees as well as other species of primate, including Lhotse’s monkey endemic to the Albertine Rift.

Memorable and photogenic moments will include walking up to the Isumo waterfall or along the Canopy Walk suspension bridge.


Isumo Falls
Isumo Falls


Fees: US$650 per person

Cost- will cover local transport, meals and access to excursion venues

Contact information:

Deogratias Dushime
Senior Petroleum Engineer
Rwanda Mines, Petroleum and Gas Board
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Cell-phone : +250785062807

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