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Immerse yourself in Rwanda’s beautiful outdoors.

We are offering Rwandans and East African Community residents exciting and special packages curated to offer remarkable leisure and recreational experiences, from adventures in the mountains to excursions in serene destinations and bustling cities.

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Rwanda Is Open

Whether you’re discovering what makes home so special or visiting for the first time, there’s much to see and do when you visit Rwanda. Take the Tembera U Rwanda challenge and be welcomed with warm smiles and safe and seamless experiences.

Adventure and Family Fun

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Bruce Melodie discovers horse riding on Mt Kigali

Rwandan music star Bruce Melodie travelled to Fazenda Sengha in Kigali for a range of fun-filled activities including horse riding, zip lining and much more!

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Sandrine Isheja discovers Umusambi Village

Exploring with the kids is always exciting and Kigali has many child-friendly destinations to choose from! Help your kids learn about conservation with a visit to Umusambi Village – a bird sanctuary in the heart of the city.

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Sherrie Silver explores Nyungwe National Park

Rwandan choreographer Sherrie Silver explores Nyungwe National Park in Rwanda’s south west. One of the oldest rainforests in Africa, Nyungwe is rich in biodiversity and spectacularly beautiful.

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Safe and Seamless Experiences

Rwanda has received the Global Safety and Hygiene Stamp from the World Travel & Tourism Council.

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.

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Safe & Seamless Experiences in Rwanda

“The safety and well-being of all visitors is our number one priority. This is why we have introduced new measures to ensure visiting Rwanda is both safe and seamless.” – Clare Akamanzi, CEO, Rwanda Development Board