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Kigali is the capital city of Rwanda, blessed with a year round moderate climate. It is also the country’s vibrant commercial center. Kigali is particularly beautiful at night as the lights glimmer over a few of the country’s “one thousand hills”.
The city is divided into three districts: Gasabo, Kicukiro and Nyarugenge and is inhabited by one million people.
The Kigali City Tour begins as a historic journey through the city with a guided tour from the first modern building from which the capital city was first founded, to the rapidly growing neighborhoods that are changing the face of the city. Kigali is one of the friendliest, cleanest and safest of Africa’s cities attracting numerous visitors and investors to the capital.
Dr. Richard Kandt, the first German colonial resident of Rwanda, founded the city in 1907 as a small colonial outpost. His residence at the base of Mount Jali and Mount Kigali in the heart of the city has been converted into the Natural History Museum in honor of Dr. Kandt’s work, and is one of the first stops on the tour. Along the tour, visitors will pass by Kigali’s older commercial “quartiers”, business and residential areas, visit historic sites commemorating the 1994 Tutsi Genocide, take a guided tour within the Gisozi Genocide Memorial, and learn about the city’s diverse neighborhoods and local attractions.
Coffee shops, bars, shopping malls, and local and international restaurants ranging from Chinese, Italian, North African, East African, Indian, Thai and Greek cuisine can be found around the city. Resto-bars are a favorite among Kigali’s residents as people enjoy a delicious meal early on and stay to enjoy the music and drinks afterwards.
Pick up from your accommodation at 9:30 am and drive the around the beautiful and amazing city, with a mix of Rwandan arts, history and culture with Green way Safaris. The tour includes Nyamirambo women center, Kandt house museum, Kigali local markets, etc and finally Kigali Genocide Memorial. The tour ends at 5pm.