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Rwanda Is Open

Rwanda is now open and we are excited to welcome visitors for safe and seamless experiences. All tourism activities, including primate trekking within Rwanda’s national parks, have now resumed with enhanced COVID-19 prevention measures. The well-being of all travellers is Rwanda’s top priority and the country has put in place robust health and safety guidelines. Learn more about Rwanda reopening for tourism here and read frequently ask questions here.

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Global Recognition

Rwanda has received the Global Safety and Hygiene Stamp from the World Travel & Tourism Council and recognised for its response to the pandemic, cited by the Lowy Institute as the sixth best country in the world in its management of COVID-19.

Health & Well-being

Experience Rwanda

To ensure your health and the well-being of those around you while you are visiting Rwanda, we encourage you to following the guidelines for mask-wearing, physical distancing, hand sanitising and other COVID-19 prevention measures. Learn more about Rwanda receiving the SafeTravels stamp here.