If you're looking to explore the furthest reaches of Rwanda
here are some rides that take you into the wilds.
This is a seven to eight-day trip through Western and Southern Province. The route goes from Kigali to Kibuye on Lake Kivu, then on to the heart of Nyungwe Forest, the ancient King's Palace at Nyanza, through to the shore of Lake Cyohoha on the border with Burundi, and back to Kigali via Bugesera Lodge. The route includes options to see Chutes Ndaba waterfall, Murambi Genocide Memorial and the floating bridge of Bugesera. There is some light offroading but the route is largely along good roads.
The Lakes Tour
This eight to nine-day adventure takes you on a tour de force of some of Rwanda's most beautiful lakes. Camp on the shore of Lake Cyohoha, which marks the border with Burundi, then up to a unique campsite at Lake Muhazi, a comfortable lodge at the heart of the twin lakes, Burera and Ruhondo, with optional canoeing, then on to the party town of Gisenyi, wrapping up the trip with a quiet retreat on the shore of Lake Kivu at Kibuye. The route is a mixture of paved road and off-roading, suitable for intermediate riders.