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Canopy walk. Rwanda was an amazing adventure. Thank you @rupertpeace #africa #rwanda #ethicaltravel #travel #makeupartist
That's a wrap! Wow, what an amazing experience here in Rwanda 🇷🇼! Thank you @rupertpeace for bringing me on another amazing adventure. Feeing blessed!! 🙏 Looking forward to the next one 🙌🤗😎 #rwanda #jungle #adventure #trekking #experience #nature #hiking #earth
A bit of jungle behind the scenes  #waterfall #jungle #rainforest #rwanda #nyungweforest
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That time we had a choice of Lunch or Dinner 😂 but really we didn’t have a choice at all. @blaykebear  #guessillhavedinner #morericeplease
Jungle trekking. One of the most beautiful places I’ve been to. #nyungwe Forest #rwanda #africa #travel #ethicaltravel #jungle #work #makeup #makeupartist
Off into the jungle... They say this jungle was one of the only places on the planet that stayed evergreen during the ice ages, so loads of endemic plant and animal species.  This place is like stepping back into prehistoric nature. Jurassic Park vibes #jungle #hiking #nature Rwanda
💚 Удивительно, как страна с клеймом ужасного геноцида, всего за два десятилетия представила миру такое прекрасное и безопасное место, как Национальный Парк #nyungweforest 🌴🌳🌲 Девственные леса, деревья под 100 метров в высоту, обезьяны, а меня больше всего поразили эти мосты 🙀 Хоть у меня и отсутствует боязнь высоты, но когда эту конструкцию качало на середине, как на ниточках, было немножко жим-жим 😅 #ioannova_travel
Wid em gals
This mountain monkey lost one of its front paws due to the poachers. But when we meet this guy in the middle of the road, instead of showing fear to human, it came to us for food. Maybe we should thank for the help of trekkers in this forest. They rebuilt the relationship between human and animals.