Is Rwanda worth visiting in 2024? Rwanda and its capital city is one of the cleanest cities in east Africa worthy to visit, as lovely as that city may be. It’s only when you travel toward the skyline that you get a sense for why the country is known as the “land of a thousand hills,” to say nothing of the moments of beauty and enthusiasm that await atop their mountaintop.

Is Rwanda worth visiting? Yes, although there are some few things you should know before you travel so you don’t end up regretting your trip.

What is so certain About Rwanda?

Apparently , part of the reason Rwanda is worth visiting is that it’s not  genuinely  like the countries around it like other  places like Uganda, the DRC and even parts of Tanzania and Kenya are tortured  by violence, terrorism and endemic petty crime, Rwanda is a safe place and safety  is paramount , corruption is generally free. Doubtfully, this is the fact that Rwandese are extremely different from other Africans society

 Reasons why you should consider Rwanda for your next trip.

It’s beautiful and clean

Rwanda is truly one of the most beautiful and clean countries on this earth. Rwanda government banned the use of plastic bags in 2008 and they have taken a lot of measures to keep their country clean, including a mandatory nationwide trash clean-up on the last Saturday of every month. Rwandese citizens are proud of their land and mind much in sanitation and heath makes the land loveable. Talking about of the landscape, Rwanda is known as the “land of a thousand hills” and.  Availability of Rolling tea and coffee plantations with a break for a eucalyptus forest makes the land beautify. The city has fantastically diverse architecture, from historic buildings such as the Kandt house Museum, with its elegant stonework and rambling gardens, to more modern structures. In recent years, the city’s roads have also become less crowded, and this trend looks set to continue, partly due to the planned introduction of a government-funded e-bike scheme.

 The fantastic weather

 Rwanda is mountainous, diverse, and just all around gorgeous. Jungles, savannas, volcanoes, lakes, and forests are just a few hours apart, and this little country packs in the beauty. Rwanda is called the ‘Land of a Thousand Hills’ for a reason, Rwanda’s weather is forever moderate. Not too hot and not too cold, Rwanda easily has some of the best weather compared with its surrounding East African neighbors. Rainy season comes twice a year from approximately October to November and February to May, and though getting around can become more difficult, it’s easy to stress off its abundant vegetation and all the flowers.

 Unique and memorable Beaches

Admit that, Rwanda is home to one of Central Africa’s best beach which offers luxurious freedom to very visitor. This beaches located along the Lake Kivu which is the 18th deepest lake on the land, with a total surface area of 2700 square kilometers at an elevation of 1460 meters.  While in Rwanda safaris, you will enjoy all the Imagining mist of exploring Rwanda’s lush green rainforests, communing with mountain gorillas, tracking chimpanzees, and walking in the footsteps of Rwandan kings, and then traveling a short distance to a sparkling lake and lovely beach for some rejuvenation.

Abundant tourist’s attractions

Kigali is one of the blessed land with abundant tourist attractions ranging from the physical feature, and made and cultural heritage. Rwanda is also famous for its four major national parks such as Nyungwe National park, Gishwati Mukura National Park, The volcanoes national park and Akagera national park. Each of these national parks in Rwanda are famous for different reasons for instance,

 Akagera national park is found in North Eastern Rwanda, at the country’s border with Tanzania. Akagera National park has an inspiring conservation story and the only place where tourists can see all the big 5 including Rhinos, Elephants, Lions, Leopards and Buffaloes. Visitors can encounter antelope, zebra, giraffe, baboons, monkeys and an incredible 490 bird species. The Akagera national park offers visitors with wonderful activities such as bird watching of over 500 bird species exits, amazing boat tip on lake Ihema where you will be able to see the hippos, crocodiles and birds, fishing along the river and lake, behind-the-scene tours to learn able the park managements and conservation, camping and hiking in the park among others

 Nyungwe national park is found in Nyungwe forest, one of the oldest rainforests in Africa, rich in biodiversity and spectacularly beautiful. Bird watching in Nyungwe National Park is among the best in Africa with 322 bird’s species including Red-collared Babbler and 29 other Albertine Rift Endemic species. Butterflies are also a common sight, with at least 120 species. The park also offers wonderful activities to visitor such as canopy walks, primate trekking, monkey trekking, visiting the tropical waterfall, guided nature walks, camping among others.

Is Rwanda worth visiting in 2024?
Canopy walk in Nyungwe

Gishwati- Mukura national park which is Rwanda’s newest National Park introduced in 2021 and named among the world network of Biosphere Reserves by UNESCO. the park is now known for its diverse plant species with over 60 species of trees like the bamboo ferns, makaranga kilimand, eucalyptus, mahogany, orchids among others around 84 bird species and a huge number wildlife species. The park is also home to different animals and primate species have been spotted by conservationists such as East African Chimpanzees, L’Hoest’s monkeys, blue monkeys, golden monkeys, black and white colubuses, southern tree hyrax serval cats, black front duiker and mammal’s white and black colobus monkey among others. Gishwati is home to a group of 20 chimpanzees which live alongside golden monkeys, L’Hoest’s and Blue Monkeys.

Explore great accommodation option

Kigali has a wide range of independent hotels which offers different option to visitors depending on the needs and preference such   One and Only Gorillas Nest, As the most luxurious and superabundant with  high end property, One and Only Gorillas Nest is the leading of the top 5 safari lodges in Volcanoes National Park, very close to the park headquarters and particularly surrounded by eucalyptus trees with spaces to view the volcanoes, One and Only Gorillas Nest is a consummate  place that furnishes realistic and entranced  freedom with a discern experiences  with a fashionable  and luxurious property services that offer a high level of privacy, personalization, choice and only unique experiences after your Gorilla trekking activities,  Bisate lodge is another hidden sanctum in the shadows of Rwanda’s Volcanoes National Park, a superabundant luxurious and ecofriendly lodge perfectly located in the natural dome of the volcanic cone with fascinating  views of both Bisoke and Karisimbi volcanoes rising up through the densely populated rain forests. With only six gorgeous bath tap forest villas that offer unexacting comfort and privacy with first class service, your adventure experience with stay at Bisate Lodge will be above and beyond what you might expect from just a luxurious world among other.

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