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Canoeing experience in Rwanda
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September 28, 2021September 28, 2021

Canoeing experience in Rwanda

Canoeing and Kayaking experiences in Rwanda are among the most requested and booked experience by international and domestic tourists who enjoy this magnificent experience on the beautiful Mukungwan River, Set in the foothills of the Virunga Volcanoes, This experience lets you discover a special way to travel, soak up impressive views, watch abundant birds and...

Rwanda Tea Plantation Tours and Experiences
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September 4, 2021September 4, 2021

Rwanda Tea Plantation Tours and Experiences

Tea growing in Rwanda started in 1952, Rwanda tea is planted on hillsides with high altitudes between 1,900 and 2,500m, and on well-drained marshes at an altitude of 1,550 and 1,800m. Rwanda produces some of the world’s best teas, like those from Pfunda Tea Estate and factory. The tea estate lies below the Virunga volcano...

Nyungwe National Park
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March 28, 2021March 28, 2021

Nyungwe National Park

Nyungwe National Park is one of the oldest rainforests in Africa, The park is rich in biodiversity and spectacularly beautiful. The mountainous region is teaming with wildlife, including a small population of chimpanzees as well as 12 other species of primate, including the L’Hoest’s monkey endemic to the Albertine Rift. With 15 trails, some of...

A short Rwanda gorilla tracking Tour
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March 28, 2021March 28, 2021

A short Rwanda gorilla tracking Tour

Day 1:Kigali to Volcanoes National Park On arrival to Kigali drive straight to Volcanoes National Park – a stunning three-hour drive north among the lush, green landscape of the countryside. The landscape of Volcanoes National Park is incredible with a spectacular line of volcanoes far into the distance. Stay at a hotel of your choice....

Gorilla Tracking in Rwanda
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March 28, 2021March 28, 2021

Gorilla Tracking in Rwanda

The unique opportunity to see gorillas in their natural habitat is unforgettable, some even say life changing. Encounters with gorillas as they go about their daily lives are carefully managed, with expert trackers and guides leading small groups of tourists up bamboo-covered slopes to spend a precious and awe-inspiring hour just a few feet away...

Hiking in Rwanda
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March 27, 2021March 27, 2021

Hiking in Rwanda

Hiking in Rwanda is a must do courtesy of the epic scenery, pleasant climate and magnificent wildlife make the land a remarkable place to explore on foot. The best hiking to be had is in the western half of the country, all the way from Volcanoes National Park in the north, along the fringes of...

Gishwati Mukura National Park
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March 25, 2021March 25, 2021

Gishwati Mukura National Park

Rwanda’s fourth national park, Gishwati Mukura is made up of two separate forests – the larger Gishwati and small Mukura, forming a total of 34 square kilometres plus a buffer zone. The forests sit on the ridge which divides the Congo and Nile water catchment areas, along the incredibly biodiverse Albertine Rift in the west of the...

Inyambo, the Rwandan source of elegancy and pride
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March 25, 2021March 25, 2021

Inyambo, the Rwandan source of elegancy and pride

A cow is just a cow until you visit the King’s Palace Museum located in Rukari, Nyanza district, home to Inyambo- the traditional cows. Physically, these magnificent creatures are marked by their very long horns and dignified appearance; but their historical and cultural importance is even more impressive. Under the traditional Rwanda monarchy, Inyambo were...

Umusambi Village
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March 25, 2021March 25, 2021

Umusambi Village

Umusambi Village is a beautifully restored wetland area, providing a sanctuary for over 50 endangered Grey Crowned Cranes saved from the illegal pet trade. These majestic birds have been disabled as a result of captivity and are unable to be returned to the wild. Their new permanent home provides an enriching environment for them to...

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March 24, 2021March 24, 2021

Bisesero Genocide Memorial

Bisesero Memorial Site also known as the memorial of resistance, Bisesero Genocide memorial site is known so much by Rwandans for its resistance during the 1994 genocide against the Tutsis. Between the month of May and June 1994 is when the interahamwe came to carry out the massacres that sent over 40,000 Tutsis dead. The real story During...

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