Akagera National Park is every nature enthusiast’s paradise. Safari lovers seek the park out for a bird’s eye view of Nyungwe Forest from a canopy walk, which guarantees a unique vantage point. With cultural tourism on the rise, Rwanda has a lot to offer visitors! Rwanda’s Ethnographic Museum, which has fascinating traditional beliefs and customs exhibitions on offer, is a definite must-see!

The country’s history is marred by political strife and civil war. In 1994, Rwanda was the setting for one of the world’s most horrific genocides. Nevertheless, Rwanda has evolved into one of the African continent’s safest and most stable countries.


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Capital City


Languages spoken

English, French, Kinyarwanda

Curency used

Rwandan Franc

Visa required

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Cool climate. Wet seasons are early March to late May and October to November. Dry season (June - September)

Key Attractions

Volcanoes National Park, Akagera National Park, Nyungwe Forest National Park


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