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1 Day Kigali City Tour Highlights

Rwanda is known for its a thousand hills and the Kigali city tour is one of the amazing encounters not to be missed in your Rwandan visit. In this 1 Day Kigali City Tour, visit the Genocide Museum and learn the Genocide murder, the Inema Arts center which reflects the Rwandan culture, proceed to Nyanza Genocide Memorial, Presidential Palace Museum and Museum of Natural History and Hotel Des Collins.

1 Day Kigali City Tour

Meet and greet our office representative from your place of residence or hotel around Kigali city, the most ever green and clean in East Africa. Your 1 day safari will start by visiting Kigali Genocide Memorial which reminds the Rwandese of their 250,000 relatives and friends who were killed during the genocide murder in 1994, continue to Inema Arts center which is art gallery composed of artists within African continent, also visit Hotel des mille collines which is an inspiration to Rwandese as it was featured in the Movie, Nyanza Genocide Memorial which honors the 4000 Tutsis buried here for the goodness of Rwandese. Proceed to Camp Kigali Memorial which reminds us the 10 Belgian UN peacekeepers were murdered on the first day of the genocide then you will finalize your city tour by visiting the Presidential Palace Museum and Museum of Natural History. Meal Plan: Lunch. END OF SERVICE

The above safari package includes:-

  • Transportation by 4wd converted safari vehicles
  • Meals (Lunch) as per the itinerary
  • Kigali Genocide Memorial
  • Inema Arts Center
  • Museum of Natural History
  • Nyanza Genocide Memorial
  • Hotel des Mille Collines
  • Cam Kigali Museum
  • President Palace Museum
  • English speaking Driver/guide.
  • 1 Bottled water per person.

However, the package excludes:  expenses of personal nature like: International and local flights, Visa, drinks, laundry, tips to local guides, telephone, porter fee while trekking, and personal insurance, and tobacco.

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