Musaze Caves walk as a Rwanda Safari activity in Volcanoes National Park
Positioned in Musaze close to the border of Volcanoes National Park, the Musaze Caves are among the Rwanda Safari adventure sites and the caves walk presents a very lasting magical experience. The Musaze Caves are historical features that are known to have been formed about 65 million years ago as a result of the basalt lava flow from the Volcanoes of Bisoke and Sabyinyo which are part of the eight Mountains that form the Virunga massif. The Caves feature a range of 31 entrances stretching up to 2km inside. The inside of the caves is dark and the torch helmets are used to assist with the lighting during the walk. The Musaze Caves used to serve as hiding grounds in times of war in the ancient Rwanda even during the 1994 Rwandan genocide. The great counts of bats hang upside down on the cave walls while water drips through the cave walls as well.