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A Land of Stunning Beauty and Warm Hospitality

Rwanda, aptly nicknamed “the land of a thousand hills,” boasts breathtaking landscapes that will leave you speechless. Rolling green hills stretch across the country, a testament to nature’s artistry. Visitors consistently remark on Rwanda’s incredible beauty, praising it as a place where nature seems untouched.

Beyond the scenery, Rwanda is a haven for wildlife enthusiasts. Volcanoes National Park, in the north, shelters the world’s largest population of endangered mountain gorillas. These magnificent creatures thrive in a protected sanctuary, safe from harm.

Head east to Akagera National Park and encounter a diverse range of wildlife, from majestic elephants to nimble antelope. And for those seeking relaxation, Lake Kivu offers stunning beaches, inviting peninsulas, and a scattering of idyllic islands.

Rwanda is more than just a natural wonderland; it’s a land of warm hospitality. The Rwandan people are known for their friendly nature, welcoming visitors with open arms.

Comfortable accommodations, delicious cuisine, and a rich cultural heritage complete the Rwandan experience, making it a truly unforgettable destination.


Rwanda’s climate is a delightful surprise, thanks to its unique location and topography. Nestled near the equator, it might be expected to be scorching hot. However, Rwanda’s high-altitude steps in, ensuring a pleasantly temperate climate year-round.

Most areas experience comfortable daytime temperatures, rarely exceeding 30 degrees Celsius.

Nights are equally pleasant, staying comfortably above 15 degrees Celsius. This blissful consistency makes packing for a Rwandan adventure a breeze.

There are a few exceptions to this temperate norm. The lofty peaks of the Virunga Mountains can get refreshingly chilly, while the lowlands bordering Tanzania near Akagera National Park experience slightly higher temperatures.

But even in these areas, the extremes are mild compared to what one might expect from a tropical region.

Visa information

Foreign Passport holders are required to pre-register for an entry visa for Rwanda prior to arrival. The visa is then paid for on arrival in Kigali.
Single Entry Visa: USD $60 per person on a Foreign Passport (subject to change).

Applications are available online with an “entry facility application” on the Rwandan immigration authority’s website – www.migration.gov.rw – under the topic “Public service”, click on “entry facility.

The form that appears should be completed with the basic details of name, passport number, arrival date and port of arrival and you then submit it over the net.

Remember to print a copy in case your copy is not at the visa counter when you arrive.

Tourist Attractions and National Parks in Rwanda

Volcanoes National Park
Volcanoes National Park
Akagera national park
Akagera National Park
Nyungwe Forest National Park - Rwanda
Nyungwe Forest National Park - Rwanda
Kigali Genocide Memorial
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