Rwanda’s capital, Kigali, is a bustling, cosmopolitan city with many amenities (shops, bakeries, banks) one would find in any western country. It is a large city, spanning numerous slopes and valleys with lush hillsides surrounding the perimeter, and flowering trees even along the busiest of streets. Read More

Volcanoes National Park

Volcanoes National Park protects the Rwandan portion of the Virunga Mountain Range which runs along the Ugandan, Rwandan and Congolese borders. The entire range is comprised of six extinct and three active volcanoes, and is home to more than half of the world’s population of the famed yet endangered mountain gorillas. Read More

Lake Kivu

Yes, Rwanda is landlocked, however the country’s western border runs along the entire length of beautiful Lake Kivu. This makes nearby Rubavu (formerly Gisenyi) the perfect place for a tropical beach vacation. Read More

Nyungwe Forest National Park

Travelers looking to explore areas more “off the beaten path”, or ecologically significant would be enticed to take a trip out to Nyungwe Forest National Park. Read More

Akagera National Park

Located in the eastern part of Rwanda bordering Tanzania, Akagera National Park covers 2500 sq km of Savannah, showcasing a vastly different environment than the typical cloud misted cultivated hillsides that comprise the majority of Rwanda territory. Read More

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