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Far from simply looking at buildings and listening to a few anecdotes, you will learn about life in Kigali during several different time periods and begin to understand the impact each era had on the Rwandan people.
Our city tour covers the cultural and historical insights of Rwanda in general and in Kigali in particular. We visit the memorial, local markets, cultural centres and many other interesting surprises. We start at 9am and finish at 5pm.
For those who are pressed for time who wish to familiarize themselves with the Rwandan capital, our half day city tour is a perfect addition to your Rwanda trip. Learn more about Rwanda's history at the Historic Museum, visit a bustling craft market, dine at the famous 'Hotel Rwanda', and visit the heart-wrenching Genocide Memorial.
Travelers should book this package because their aspirations are considered and the package is flexible enough to be customized according to your travel needs and aspirations. We never disappoint you, your satisfaction is our work.
Wondering what to do on short tours in Rwanda? Kigali city might offer you an insightful experience on Rwanda history and culture through a well-organized day trip around Kigali and its outskirts. It is designed for people who would like to deeply understand the history of Rwanda and the lifestyle of Rwandans. The day tour suits both travelers- small group groups, solo travelers and families. The Kigali Full Day City Tour will start and end in Kigali.
Tour the city of Kigali, learn about Rwanda’s lifestyle, history and culture through an itinerary packed with tailor-made activities by a local guide. Travel and Walk with locals-Eat local with locals. • Gisozi Genocide memorial • Kandt House Museum • Rwanda Art Museum • Local markets- Kimironko • A guided walk around the city tour • Coffee shops • Local restaurants • National Liberation Museum • Nyamata Genocide Memorial • Ntarama Genocide Memorial Start: 09:00 am End: 05:00 pm
The essence of a trip at Rwanda is to view great primates that inhabit its beautiful nature reserve. Explore the Genocide memorial, the old Rwandan kingdom, Mosque quarter in Nyamirambo, and National Museum in Butare. Afterward, go for a gorilla trek at Volcano National Park. End the journey at leisure in Lake Kivu watching the birds on a boat ride.
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Kigali City Tour
Being the best and cleanest city in Africa, touring Kigali will make you comfortable as a way to kick off your visit to Rwanda and most important experiencing the beauty of the entire country.
Based on your travel needs and aspirations, we will customize this package with much flexibility in order to help you enjoy the beauty of Kigali city. Our guides are very knowledgeable about Kigali city as they will connect you to the local community with a warmly welcome.
We will pick you up either in the morning or afternoon and take you shopping at different spots where you get to buy authentic souvenirs. You will drive to the local market, to a women's group center and at the mall to ensure you get all items. Let us know if you have specific items you are looking for so that you do not miss out.
Kimironko is a bustling and vibrant multi-cultural commercial suburb of Kigali that offers visitors a typical African flair. Comparable with South Africa’s ‘Township Tours’, this unique full-day experience brings you right into the heart of the colors, noises and smells of urban Rwanda. Here, people from different educational, cultural and social backgrounds live together among enchanting shops and the busy market, and other commercial activities. Our work in Kimironko is fundamentally geared towards social and economic empowerment. The Urban Community-Based tourism is a first step towards enhancing and promoting the skills of young women in Kimironko. The visitors also have the opportunity to contribute to this work, not only do they bring income and experience but some decide to build more durable relationships and volunteer their time or money to the micro-enterprise ideas of the locals. This contributes to a more sustainable future.