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Republic of Rwanda is a small landlocked country in the Great Lakes region of east-central Africa, bordered by Uganda, Burundi, the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Tanzania. Home to approximately 10.1 million people, Rwanda supports the densest population in continental Africa, most of whom engage in subsistence agriculture. A verdant country of fertile and hilly terrain, the small republic bears the title "Land of a Thousand Hills" . The country h

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Dubai to Invest $230 Million in Rwanda Tourism - Kigali
Dubai to Invest $230 Million in Rwanda Tourism Dubai World, major holding company owned by the United Arab Emirates is to invest US$230million in eight tourism facilities in Rwanda. A memorandum of understanding (MoU) between the Government of Rwanda and Dubai World on September 26 sealed the deal that will put the country at a higher pedestal in the East African region. The minister of state in charge of industry and investment promotion in the ministry of commerce, industry, investment promotion, tourism and co-operatives Mr. Vincent Karega signed on behalf of Rwanda while the vice president and prime minister of UAE and ruler of Dubai Mr. Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum signed for Dubai World. During an interview with East African Business Week at her o...

THE FAMILY OF RWANDA'S CROCODILE HUNTER EXPECTED IN KIGALI Late Steve Irwin's family expected in Kigali at the mountain gorilla naming ceremony this June. Late Steve Irwin, a crocodile hunter wasa famous wildlife activist a former director Australia Zoo in Qeensland. He died in 2006 after being stung by a stingray during one of his shootings. His family, wife and two children, has been invited by Rosette Rugambwa the Director General of Rwanda Tourism Office known as the ORTPN to be among the guest of the mountain gorilla naming ceremony to take place at Volcanoes National Park. Other outstanding personalities who support the conservation of mountain gorillas have been invite to attend this event though the list is not yet out to the public. Rugambwa also noted th...

Tracking mountain gorillas is an experience you will never forget. - Kigali
Tracking mountain gorillas is an experience you will never forget. However, some people are so obsessed with taking that one, perfect picture, that they will go to great lengths to do so and forget to enjoy the time allowed with the mountain gorillas. Time is limited, you only get one hour. In addition, the vegetation is dense, there is often not enough light (take 800 ASA film) and the mountain gorillas move around frequently. Therefore, if you really want to be sure to be able to take good photos, your only option is to go several days (e.g. 3 days or so). Viewing the mountain gorillas on a particular day is NOT guaranteed and you are not entitled to refunds (unless you are ill, then your gorilla permit is refunded). When I was seeing mountain gorillas in Rwanda and Uganda, other p...

An Interesting trip from Kigali is the church in Nyamata - Kigali
An Interesting trip from Kigali is the church in Nyamata An interesting trip from Kigali is the church in Nyamata, where several thousand people were massacred during the genocide. You can still see the blood stains on the walls. The church is now a memorial site and there is always someone to give you explanations of what happened. The road is in bad condition though, so despite being only 35km or so away from Kigali it can take up to 1.5 hours one way to get there by car/taxi (around US$50 for the return trip). It is now possible to visit the site of Dr Dian Fossey's grave in the Parc Nacional des Volcans and do other treks in addition to visiting the mountain gorillas. Security is very tight and groups are always accompanied by soldiers. Note that you are not allowed...