Gorillas, crocodiles and dense jungles
Rwanda is a paradise for nature lovers! Book flights to Kigali now and take a short hike to the peak of Mount Kigali, go on a gorilla safari or spot the Big Five in Akagera National Park. In Kigali, you can enjoy the very best of Rwandan cuisine. After all, it’s East Africa’s culinary capital!
Gorillas and crocodiles
Rwanda is a country teeming with breathtaking nature. Go on a hiking tour through the Nyungwe rainforest and try to spot chimpanzees, or get up close to gorillas in Volcano National Park. A safari through Akagera National Park is also a fantastic experience. Here you’ll find golden savannas, rolling grasslands and zebras, hippos and crocodiles. Kigali is right in the middle of Rwanda and is the ideal starting point for a fascinating tour through East Africa. Treat yourself: book a flight to Kigali now!Book a flight to Kigali
The vibrant city of Kigali has hills, blossoming trees, an exuberant atmosphere, and is unmissable. Visit the multicultural Muslim quarter where the narrow streets invite you to go for a stroll. You’ll find the most beautiful African fabrics and woven baskets in the covered Kimironko market. For woodcarving, handmade drums and ceramics, try Caplaki Craft Village. The capital city of Rwanda is a melting pot of cultures for you to taste. Want to try a Rwandan speciality? Brochette frites – meat on a skewer with French fries – is something you can’t turn down. And in the charming district of Kimihurura, you can enjoy sushi and Italian specialities.
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No event has had a greater impact on the history of Rwanda than the 1994 civil war. In a 100-day period and under the watchful eye of a UN peacekeeping force, Hutus systematically murdered more than one million Tutsis. The genocide memorial centre in Kigali is a monument to one of the bloodiest genocides in world history.
Rwanda is not particularly known as a safari destination. Buffaloes, leopards and elephants can all be seen here, but rhinos and lions are no longer in the area (although a reintroduction of these species is in the works). Because the Big Five are not found here, many safari goers don’t take the Akagera National Park very seriously. Unjustifiably so though as it boasts an unparalleled wildlife reserve.
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