Discover Rwanda with Paris Saint-Germain
Paris Saint-Germain players embarked on a unique challenge to learn more about Rwanda using their senses. Find out if they were up to the task!
L'ouïe | Sound
Test your skills. Can you guess the words like Neymar?
Try this challenge with your friends and guess which word they’re saying!
Miel – Honey
Kigali – The capital city of Rwanda
Bee Keeping & Honey Production
Bee Keeping in Rwanda
Beekeeping in Rwanda has been practiced for many years, with techniques passed down from one generation to the next, making Rwandan honey among the sweetest!
La Vue | Sight
Join the players to discover the spectacular sights of Rwanda!
Rwanda or Not?
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Known as the land of a thousand hills, Rwanda’s stunning scenery and warm, friendly people offer unique experiences in one of the most remarkable countries in the world. It is blessed with extraordinary biodiversity, with incredible wildlife living throughout its volcanoes, montane rainforest and sweeping plains.
One&Only Nyungwe House
Nyungwe National Park
One&Only Nyungwe House is set on a working tea plantation on the edge of Nyungwe National Park. Chase waterfalls, trek chimpanzee or try the exhilarating jungle canopy walkway high above the rainforest floor.
Akagera National Park
The relatively warm and low-lying plains of Akagera comprise savannah, woodland, wetland and a dozen lakes. In partnership with African Parks, Rwanda has recently reintroduced lions and rhinos, meaning visitors can once again see the Big Five on safari.
Part of Africa’s Great Rift Valley, Lake Kivu in the west of Rwanda is surrounded by magnificent mountains and has deep emerald green waters covering a surface area of 2,700 km2. It is Rwanda’s largest lake and the sixth largest in Africa.
L'Odorat | Smell
Discover the aromas of Rwanda!
Discover the aromas of Rwanda!
Visit Rwanda and experience the unique aromas of Rwanda.
A patchwork of 450,000 small growers produce coffee all across Rwanda, but coffee visits are primarily centred near the shores of Lake Kivu. Some farmers’ cooperatives and washing stations offer tours explaining the coffee process through the year.
Le goût | Taste
Discover the taste of Rwandan coffee.
Discover the taste of Rwandan coffee!
Dukundekawa Cooperative - Gakenke
Dukundekawa Cooperative cultivates high quality coffee at an altitude of 1800 – 2200 m just near the mountain gorilla habitat in Rwanda, producing high-end coffee for the international market.
Buf Cooperative - Kibumbwe, Nyamagabe
This coffee is brought to you by the Buf Coffee Cooperative that brings together more than 7,000 small farmers to produce one of highest-quality coffee anywhere in the world.
Lakeside Coffee - Rutsiro
Sourced from the shores of Lake Kivu, from the volcanic highlands to the rolling hills of Rwanda, each coffee bean is nourished and then roasted to perfection to produce that perfect cup with aromas of apricot, lemon and rose.
KOAKAKA - Huye
The KOAKAKA cooperative was founded in 1999. Its coffee has been chosen as the best coffee in the country and KOAKAKA has FairTrade, Rainforest Alliance and UTZ certifications.
Toucher | Touch
Get in touch with nature.
Swipe right to learn more about the natural beauty of Rwanda.
The Big Five
Akagera is also home to a large herd of elephants, which continues to rise in number thanks to conservations efforts led by park rangers in collaboration with local communities.
The magnificent and critically endangered Eastern black rhino was reintroduced to Akagera National Park in 2017, bringing this iconic species back to the country after a 10-year absence.