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About Rwanda

a land of a thousand hills

Rwanda is a land of great diversity and beauty. Kigali is the capital city of the country. Popularly known as ‘the land of a thousand hills’, and a landlocked country. Rwanda has five volcanoes, twenty-three lakes and numerous rivers, some forming the source of the great River Nile. Rwanda is a small landlocked country in Central Africa bounded by Uganda in the north; by Burundi in the south; on the East is Tanzania; and in the west is the Democratic Republic of Congo.

The landscapes in this ‘green country’ are truly breathtaking. It is one of the most scenic tourist destinations that qualify to be a photographer’s paradise because it boasts wonderful people, awe-inspiring lakes, astonishing scenery, just right climate, rare species of apes particularly the mountain gorillas and an amazing irregular landscape whose valleys and peaks combine with the sky to produce captivating moods. The West coast of the country overlooks the beautiful shores of Lake Kivu.

Rwanda is safe and secure with an overwhelming renaissance of national pride and cultural reconstruction. It is full of sights and delights, waiting to be explored.

The country is well known mostly because of it’s horrible past that culminated into genocide in 1994. Rwanda is experiencing a tourism rebound after falling off the map post-genocide. Due its small size, Rwanda tourist attractions are near each other and can be reached quite easily and safely.


Rwanda has three main conservation areas:

.The Volcanoes Park,

. Akagera Park and

. Nyungwe Forest.

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