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Rwanda, a gorgeous country located in east-central Africa, has seen an increase in international tourism over the past few years, up to about 15% of the country’s total GDP. Its capital is rapidly building a reputation as a tourist hot spot. With low crime, spotlessly clean streets, and a friendly attitude, Kigali is pulling in travelers who used to only pass through on safari.

Rwanda is known as the land of a thousand hills, Rwanda’s stunning scenery and warm, friendly people offer unique experiences in one of the most remarkable countries in the world. It is blessed with extraordinary biodiversity, with incredible wildlife living throughout its volcanoes, montane rainforest, and sweeping plains.

 

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Rwanda is nicknamed the “Land of a Thousand Hills” for a reason. Its landscape doesn’t stop rolling, and the hills are dotted with plunging ravines, waterfalls, and ancient forests. Rwanda is also one of the only places on earth where travelers can trek among 13 species of primates, including the world-famous mountain gorillas and the rare golden monkey.

With a serene and modern capital city and excellent national park infrastructure, the country’s tumultuous past can feel worlds away—for travelers interested in learning more about Rwanda’s somber history and honoring the victims of genocide, there are many opportunities in Kigali and beyond. 

Rwanda has a tropical climate, meaning there’s a chance of rain no matter what time of year you visit. There are technically “dry” and “wet” seasons—which unsurprisingly align with the high and low seasons for tourism. Rwanda can be visited year-round, but the best time for gorilla trekking is during the short dry season from December-February, or the long dry season lasting from June-September. You may need to procure a permit further in advance, but you’ll appreciate the mud-free trails. 

Departure & Return Location

Murtala Muhammad International Airport (Google Map)

Departure Time

3 Hours Before Flight Time

Price Includes

  • Air fares
  • 8 Nights Hotel Accomodation
  • Tour Guide
  • Entrance Fees
  • All transportation in destination location
  • Visa fees

Price Excludes

  • Guide Service Fee
  • Any Private Expenses
  • Room Service Fees

Complementaries

  • T-Shirt
  • Entrance Fees
What to Expect

Rwanda is full of beauty and manages to explore it all is easy, thanks to an excellent road network linking the core areas.

Warm and friendly, Rwandans are also respectful, thoughtful, and committed to the idea of progress, starting at the grassroots and running all the way to the top.

From the ancient kingdom to the modern-day, creativity is something to be celebrated, whether through traditional dance, unique architecture, or works of art and educational activities. 

The west of Rwanda forms a branch of the Great Rift Valley known as the Albertine Rift. It has many unique, endemic species and is bursting with life.

Chimpanzees, golden monkeys, and other primates live alongside hundreds of brightly-colored birds, orchids, and butterflies.   And that is only scratching the surface…

 

  • Tour of Kigali Genocide museum
  • Trek Golden Monkeys and visit Gorilla Guardian Village.
  • Hike Mountain Rubavu, Gisenyi and Lake Kivu then visit Bralirwa Factory, the oldest brewery in Rwanda.
  • From Gisenyi to Kibuye and visit Pfunda Tea Factory. Also a boat cruise to islands of Lake Kivu.
  • Drive to Nyungwe NP and we have canopy walk way for a better view of the mountain forest.
  • Visit to Ethnographic museum and King Palace Museum.
  • A visit Akagera National Park and full game driving in the park to see different animals.
  • Visit to one of high school in Kigali and and visit the local market for souvenirs shopping.
Itinerary

Day 1Arrival Step Town Hotel

  1. Arrival and transfer to the hotel for accommodation and diner Step Town Hotel

Day 2Tour Kigali Genocide museum and then drive to Musanze.

 After breakfast, we have a tour of Kigali City and we continue to Kigali Genocide museum and after lunch we drive to Musanze. Accommodation and diner at Fatima Hotel.

Day 3Trek Golden Monkeys, visit Gorilla Guardian Village and drive to Gisenyi,

Morning after breakfast, we trek Golden Monkeys (Tracking starts at 12 years), and afternoon we visit Gorilla Guardian Village to learn about the traditional wedding, dances, etc. Later afternoon we drive to Gisenyi, a town closer to DRC. Accommodation and diner at Maison Saint Benoit.

Day 4 Hike Mountain Rubavu and Gisenyi and Lake Kivu

After breakfast, students hike Mountain Rubavu for a nice view of towns of Goma and Gisenyi and Lake Kivu, after they visit the border with DRC until lunch time.

Afternoon we visit  Bralirwa Factory, the oldest brewery in Rwanda. Accommodation and diner at Maison St Benoit.

 

Day 5Visit Kibuye and Pfunda Tea Factory.

After breakfast we leave Gisenyi to Kibuye and on the way we visit Pfunda Tea Factory and learn the tea processes from plantation to cup. Lunch is in Kibuye and at 3pm we have a boat cruise to islands of Lake Kivu. Accommodation at Saint Jean Hotel.

Day 6Drive to Nyungwe NP and have canopy walk way for a better view of the mountain forest.

After breakfast, we drive to Nyungwe NP and we have canopy walk way for a better view of the mountain forest. Afternoon, we drive to Butare, for accommodation and diner at Galileo Hotel.

Day7Visit to Ethnographic museum and King Palace Museum.

Visit to Ethnographic museum to learn about history of the country, and we have another stop at King Palace Museum to learn about history and about Royal life. Afternoon, we drive to Kigali. Afternoon we visit the Campaign Against Genocide. Accommodation and diner at Step Town Hotel.

Day 8Full game driving in the park to see different animal’s species.

We leave Kigali at 6am to be in Akagera National Park by 8:00. After registration, we have full game driving in the park to see different animal’s species such as Impala, Giraffe, Buffaloes, and elephants. Late afternoon, we drive back to Kigali, Accommodation and diner at Step Town Hotel.

Day 9Visit to one of high school in Kigali and the local market for souvenirs shopping.

After breakfast, we have an exchange visit to one of high school in Kigali, we organize a football/basketball/Volleyball game. After lunch, we visit the local market for souvenirs shopping before we drive to the airport for the evening flight.

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