LAKE KIVU

Lake Kivu is one of the African Great Lakes.  It lies on the border between the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Rwanda, and is in the Albertine Rift, the western branch of the East African Rift. Lake Kivu empties into the Ruzizi River, which flows southwards into Lake Tanganyika Lake Kivu is approximately 90 […]

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MUSANZE CAVE

The Musanze caves are one of the top tourist attractions in Musanze District. Musanze is arguably the most visited part of Rwanda because its location in one of the most naturally beautiful places in Africa. The Volcanoes National Park is found in Musanze District offering opportunities for activities like gorilla trekking, golden monkey tracking, visiting the grave […]

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HISTORICAL ROCKS

THERE ARE SEVERAL DIFFERENT VERSIONS of the story, but sources agree that an adviser to an early Rwandan king met a grisly end here, in a very unusual way. In the late eighteenth or early nineteenth century, a man named Kamegeri suggested to his king that this rock could be used to punish criminals, by heating it […]

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RWANDA ART MUSEUM

The “Rwanda Art Museum” in Kanombe is located in 4 kilometers from Kigali International Airport. This former Presidential Palace Museum changed into Rwanda Art Museum effective from 18th May 2018. The new museum displays contemporary artworks produced by both Rwandan and international artists. The aim is to provide to our visitors’ insight into the originality […]

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CAMPAIGN AGAINST GENOCIDE

Campaign Against Genocide Museum is a museum located in the Parliamentary building, in Kigali just 800 meters behind conventional center road point, and just 4.9km, 9 minutes’ drive from Kanombe Airport. This campaign against Genocide Museum was opened officially on 13th December, 2017 by H.E Paul Kagame. CAG Museum is built in the Parliamentary building […]

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MOUNT KIGALI

Mount Kigali isn’t a ‘mount’, exactly. It’s more of a hill and most of the hill is populated with houses so it’s not exactly remote wilderness, either. But somehow it’s still a nice little walk. The houses on the way up are small and charming and the narrow roads as you start the hike are […]

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KING’S PALACE

The king’s Palace Museum is based in Nyanza District, Southern Province,88 km from Kigali City; King’s Mutara III Rudahigwa’s Palace offers a detailed look into the Rwandan monarchical system and its abolition in early 1960s due to colonialism. The palace was restored to its 19th Century state as a replica and was made entirely with […]

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ETHNOGRAPHIC MUSEUM

Ethnographic museums conserve, display and contextualize items relevant to the field of ethnography, the systematic study of people and cultures.

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KIGALI GENOCIDE MEMORIAL

The Kigali Genocide Memorial commemorates the 1994 Rwandan genocide. The remains of over 250,000 people are interred there. There is a visitor center for students and those wishing to understand the events leading up to the genocide of 1994.

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KIGALI CITY TOUR

“Kigali is a thriving city immediately notable for its cleanliness, orderliness and good hospitality. It offers tourists, some of the best tourism experiences on the African continent. Kigali Sightseeing Bus elevates the experience to a new level by giving tourists the opportunity to see the very best of tourist attractions. Our luxury double-decker open roof […]

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